Nissan is testing e-NV200 prototypes in the U.S.
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There's an age-old argument among car enthusiasts that you have to sacrifice horsepower to get higher miles-per-gallon and vice versa.
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Much as Nissan has done for most of its lineup, the 2012 Murano will carry over its 2011 prices, starting at $30,100, including $810 for destination and handling.