Whenever I’ve replaced brake pad I go to the local auto parts store and ask what the options are, and buy the one in the middle of the price range. Not the least expensive, not the most expensive, one in the middle. That’s my pseudo-scientific approach. But it has always worked for me. So you could surf over to rockauto.com and see what they have available there, taking note of the brands and prices. Then take that list to your shop and ask which options they’ll provide. If they offer one in the middle of the price range list you brought with you, go with it. Suggest not to provide the parts yourself however. When you do that you break the chain of responsibility, and should a problem develop, the shop can blame the part you brought to them, and refuse to fix the problem under their shop-work warranty policy. The shop is probably going to charge you more for the part than you could buy it from rockauto, just accept that is part of the cost of the warranty.
If your Murano is out of Nissan factory warranty, suggest you have this done by a local inde shop rather than the dealership. You’ll probably save some money. Ask friends, coworkers, family which shops they use for their cars, and choose one from that list that specializes in Nissan’s or at least Asian cars.