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Do not be so sure. Engine output is usually measured in kW (kilowatts) and than converted to HP. I have seen 2 different conversion factors: 0.75 and 0.73. Also different standards apply when the engine is tested, i.e. you measure output with or without auxiliary equipment. All of the above may influence the final figure……
 

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"Gross" hp. I bet that translates to the 231bhp spec of the European Murano.

I didn't bother to convert it exactly, but 36.2 kg-m is approximately 260lb/ft. Again, "gross" value, not the same as brake horsepower, which is of course, different than wheel horsepower.

And woohoo, 18" tires on 16" wheels! I know I know, it was a misprint.
 

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Same size as on the Japan Murano.

Stock tire is Dunlop ST20 Grand Trek 225/65R18

Power rating is 170 kW which is about 227 horses at 5600 RPMs
 
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