FifthGear has tested the facelift version Nissan Murano Diesel which comes with a 2.5-litre dour-cylinder plant developing 190 PS and 450 Nm of torque.
The Murano Diesel comes fitted with a six-speed automatic transmission equipped with Adaptive Shift Control as standard, but even though it appears to have plenty of torque, FifthGear says the Japanese SUV does not quite feel effortless enough, and it is also quite loud at the interior as well. 
Fuel economy is not as high as you would expect, as the Nissan Murano Diesel claims to return 35 mpg (combined UK rating) / (25 mpg averaged by FifthGear in this test) which even though is no doubt better than what the V6 petrol version returns, is not exactly a compelling reason to buy it.
The Nissan Murano Diesel is also not as refined and packed with high quality materials like you would expect from a car that costs just shy of 40,000 GBP. 

Nissan Murano Diesel review video :

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Source: FifthGear via YouTube