Sell a Nissan Murano for scrap with Junk Car Medics. Sell Nissan Murano for the highest possible scrap value using our nationwide network of cash junk car buyers. The current scrap value of the Nissan Murano ranges from $105 to $4150.
The Nissan Murano is the 44th most commonly junked car, according to Junk Car Medics.
Junk Car Medics network of car buyers purchases Nissan Murano in all conditions. When the time to sell a Nissan Murano, get a free offer online or by phone.
Sell a Nissan Murano for cash with Junk Car Medics. Sell Nissan Muranos for the highest possible value using our nationwide network of cash car buyers. One can sell a Nissan Murano for more money when it is drivable and in good condition.
Junk Car Medics network of car buyers purchases Nissan Muranos in all conditions. When it is time to sell the Nissan Murano, get a free offer online or by phone.
The Nissan Murano is a mid-size crossover SUV that made its debut in 2002 and is currently in its third generation. Nissan assembles Murano models for the North American market at a plant in Smyrna, Tennessee.
The Murano typically comes with a gasoline V6 engine, though there’s also a hybrid option. Moreover, Nissan offers it with either front-wheel or all-wheel-drive drivetrains.
A sleek and stylish vehicle with a roomy cabin, the Murano is a popular choice for consumers looking for a comfortable crossover SUV with ample cargo and passenger space. Huge on style but also substance, the Murano has various standard safety features, such as:
- Automatic braking with pedestrian detection
- Rear automatic braking
- Blind spot warning
- Rear cross-traffic alert
- Lane departure warning
- High beam assist
Besides these standard safety features, some other advanced safety features available on the Murano’s high-end trims include:
- Adaptive cruise control
- Lane intervention
- Forward collision warning
- Traffic sign recognition
- Front and rear view cameras
Yet, while it has many safety features, the Nissan Murano isn’t flawless. It’s still prone to accidents like other cars. Fortunately, if it’s rendered irreparable or inoperable because of an accident, it isn’t worthless. It can be sold off as scrap. The average scrap price of the Nissan Murano is $488, compared to the U.S. average of $580. In comparison, the scrap price of other similar mid-size crossover SUVs like the Chevrolet Equinox and Hyundai Santa Fe is $362.50 and $480, respectively.
What is a Nissan Murano's current scrap value?
The Nissan Murano's current scrap value is $411, with a range of $200 - $915 for the last 30 days, on average. Comparably, the current scrap value for all vehicles over the same time period is $541, a difference of -24 %.
What is a Nissan Murano's Yearly scrap value?
The Nissan Murano's yearly scrap value is $526, with a range of $105 - $4150, on average. Comparably, the current scrap value for all vehicles over the same time period is $610, a difference of -14 %.
Here are the current average junk car values of comparable models to a Nissan Murano:
- Sell Ford Edge ~ $466
- Sell Chevrolet Blazer ~ $302
- Sell Honda Passport ~ $0
- Sell Toyota Highlander ~ $863
- Sell Jeep Grand Cherokee ~ $501
What is the Nissan Murano Used Car Value?
Cars depreciate over time, and the Nissan Murano is no different from other cars. It loses value when it’s used. The used car value of a vehicle refers to its worth after depreciation. Various factors can influence the used car value of a Nissan Murano. Common factors that determine the used car value of a vehicle include:
- The vehicle’s model year and age
- The vehicle’s condition
- The vehicle’s mileage
Other factors affecting a vehicle’s used car value include current scrap metal prices, the demand for the vehicle’s parts, and its location. These are the factors we consider when appraising vehicles.
While the used car value of a vehicle varies based on these factors, we typically pay at least $500 cash for scrap cars. Here are some recent offers we’ve made for Nissan Murano SUVs.
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How Much Does a Nissan Murano Weigh in Tons?
The Nissan Murano weighs between 2 to 2.1 tons. Here are the weights of some Nissan Murano models.
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Generally, the mid-size SUV’s weight depends on the generation, engine type, and trim level. Third-generation models are typically heavier than their first-generation counterparts. Additionally, models with V6 engines are heavier than those with four-cylinder engines. Finally, top-of-the-line trims with additional features usually weigh more than base models. Here’s the average vehicle weight of other cars compared to the Nissan Murano.
How Much Are Nissan Murano Worth in Scrap by Year?
Nissan introduced the Murano in 2002. Generally, recently manufactured models fetch better prices than those released during the vehicle’s early years. However, it’s worth noting that models in good condition fetch better prices than dilapidated models, regardless of the model year. Here are some Nissan Murano models from various years and their average scrap values.
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What Are Recent Junk Car Prices and Values of Nissan Murano?
Here are 15 recent junk car values for Nissan Murano.
What Are Common Problems of Nissan Murano?
According to the J.D Power rating, which rates vehicle reliability on a scale of 0 to 100, the Nissan Murano has a reliability score ranging between 81 to 88. A reliability score between 81 and 90 is considered great, demonstrating that the Nissan Murano is a highly reliable vehicle.
Nonetheless, like other vehicles, the Murano has its fair share of problems. Here are some common problems reported by Murano owners:
- Transmission issues: This issue affects several Nissan models other than the Murano. Some owners have reported problems with the CVT transmission, such as jerking, stuttering, and even stalling.
- Defective engine mount: Some owners have reported hearing a thumping sound while driving due to engine mount failure.
- Fragile sunroof: The Nissan Murano is infamous for having a brittle sunroof. In extreme cases, some owners have reported having shuttered sunroofs.
- Power steering issues: Some owners have reported issues with the power steering that causes the steering wheel to freeze, making it difficult to steer.
- Defective interior accessories: The Nissan Murano sun visor is susceptible to damage, particularly in cold areas. Additionally, some owners have reported that the vehicle has a faulty driver’s seat frame, which rocks back and forth.
It’s worth noting that these problems may vary depending on your vehicle’s model year and trim level. If you have a problem we haven’t mentioned above, here are some other common car vehicle problems you may have encountered.
What Are The Values of Nissan Murano Scrap Car Parts?
The Nissan Murano is assembled locally at an assembly plant in Smyrna, Tennessee. As a result, Nissan Murano scrap car parts are relatively inexpensive because they are readily available at most auto salvage yards.
How Much is a Scrap Catalytic Converter From a Nissan Murano Worth?
According to CarAraC, the average scrap price of a Nissan Murano catalytic converter is $90, and the vehicle’s cat converters cost $250 at most. The value of a Nissan Murano’s cat converter depends on factors such as:
- The concentration of precious metals like platinum and palladium in the cat converter
- The current scrap prices of precious metals
- The cat converter’s condition
- The vehicle’s location
Most scrap catalytic converters range between $300 and $1,500, so the Nissan Murano’s catalytic converter scrap price compares unfavorably to other vehicles.
How much does it cost to replace a catalytic converter on a Nissan Murano?
According to RepairPal, Nissan Murano catalytic converters cost between $2,115 and $3,326. Meanwhile, the labor cost to replace a Nissan Murano catalytic converter ranges between $70 and $89. Therefore the total cost of replacing a Nissan Altima catalytic converter ranges between $2,185 and $3,415.
However, it’s worth noting that these costs are exclusive of taxes and fees. Furthermore, catalytic converter replacement costs may vary significantly from one location to another.
Sell Other Nissans
Junk Car Medics makes it quick, easy, and painless to sell junk Nissans. Sell any Nissan for cash using our rewarding process.
- Sell My Nissan Sentra - It’s a compact vehicle that’s one of Nissan’s best-selling models in the U.S.
- Sell My Nissan Pathfinder - It’s a mid-size crossover SUV currently in its fifth generation.
- Sell My Nissan Maxima - It’s Nissan’s top-of-the-line sedan in the U.S.
- Sell My Nissan Xterra - It’s a compact SUV that Nissan phased out in 2015.
- Sell My Nissan Quest - It’s a minivan that Nissan phased out in 2017.
Apart from these models, we buy various other Nissan models. Get in touch with us online or contact us at 1-855-587-0227 to get an instant cash offer for your car.
We Pay Cash for Nissan Murano Cars
An undrivable or inoperable Nissan Murano isn’t worthless. You can get an excellent deal for it as scrap if it’s in relatively good condition or has valuable parts intact. Contact us today for a free estimate and cash offer for your Nissan Murano or other Nissan model.