Nissan has unveiled the 2019 Murano facelift at the Los Angeles Motor Show, refreshing the third-generation model with mild revisions to its exterior as well as updated technology inside and out.

The Murano’s front end has been revised to wear a set of triangular air intakes and a more pronounced V-motion grille, bookended by a set of updated LED headlights. Meanwhile, there are updated tail lights feature at the rear end, new LED fog lights, and rolling stock comprises 18-inch or 20-inch wheels.

Colour-wise, the Murano palette is joined by three new additions – Sunset Drift Chromaflair, Mocha Almond Pearl and Deep Blue Pearl for its exterior. The aesthetic changes continue inside the Murano, where the range-topping Platinum trim gets semi-aniline leather seats with diamond-quilted inserts. This trim level also gains dark wood trim and contrast piping on the seats, centre console and armrests.

Further along the range, the Murano’s S, SV and SL trim variants come specified with either metallic or light wood trim. Trim levels SL and above gain the NissanConnect infotainment setup with Door-to-Door navigation, which now offers three-dimensional building graphics and satellite imagery, along with premium traffic information and points-of-interest online search abilities. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto is standard across all trim levels.

Safety equipment on the 2019 Murano now includes Rear Door Alert and Intelligent Driver Alertness systems, plus standard 2nd row supplemental side air bags and front passenger supplemental knee air bag. The Safety Shield 360 Suite of driver assistance can be added, and comprises autonomous emergency braking, pedestrian detection, blind spot warning rear cross traffic alert, lane departure warning, high beam assist and rear automatic braking.

Additionally, two trim options are available for the 2019 Murano; the SV Premium Package, which comes with a powered panoramic moonroof, intelligent Around View monitor, a Bose premium 11-speaker sound system and more, as well as the SL Technology package with the aforementioned Safety Shield 360 pack, traffic sign recognition and powered panoramic moonroof.

The facelifted SUV continues to be powered the firm’s 3.5 litre naturally-aspirated V6 petrol engine, producing 263 PS and 325 Nm of torque here in the 2019 Murano, channeled to an Xtronic continuously variable transmission and an optional all-wheel drive system. The 2019 Nissan Murano is slated to reach American showrooms in December 2019.