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Olivier, I do not know the 2005 Murano but can tell you that the 2009 survives a dead battery for 24 hours, which would be the same as removing a battery, without any problem.
A conventional wet lead acid battery usually lasts about 4 years in a car that is used regularly. If you are not using the car at least every month, you will damage the battery. Wet acid batteries suplhate from self-discharge, even if there is nothing connected to them, and this damage is irreversible. If you let them stand 30 days without recharging, they start to take damage and it is cumulative.
So if you have a collection of cars, either you need to start and run them all each month, or remove the batteries, or put them on some type of trickle charger to prevent this damage from happening.
If you replace the wet lead battery with an AGM type battery, those can typically go 3-6 months without damage from standing--but if the car is draining them, they can still be run down and damaged from that. And all modern cars use the battery, even when everything is off. You would still need to disconnect the battery to prevent that.
In my limited knowledge the only thing tha has to be reset after a battery is removed, are the stations on the radio, and the clock. You may lose trouble codes in the computer, or maintenance reminders, but that should not interfere with operation of the vehicle.
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