IMO, it might look good if they put the molding in the crease that's already on the Murano. On the FX, I believe the whole side is smooth so it really didn't matter how hi or how low they wanted to put the mold on.
I recently had the side moulding kit installed. According to the dealer, the template calls for it to be located just below the groove. It looks fine but I question its effectiveness at that location. I tested it with my 4runner and it provides no protection whatsoever.
Sometime ago I noticed a MO with 5/8'' moulding ( vs 1 1/4") located about 4" above the groove. It didnt detract at all from the lines of the vehicle imo.
Over the last week or so, I have been noting the positioning of molding on other vehicles. The norm seems to be a few inches below the wheel-top line i.e substantially higher than that suggested for the MO.
Not sure of my next move aside from waiting for the collective opinion of this forum's brain trust
saw some on a murano on the highway. it think it was chrome with a black inner edge like the stuff you can get from canadian tire. ran from the edge of the front door to the edge of the rear fender. look strange.
Hopefully I won't jinx myself, but after 7 months, I've yet to get a ding... The black trim sticks out a fair bit at the bottom, so I don't know if that has anything to do with it. Plus it's higher than most cars.