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Nissan Juke Guide
Get the best online car shopping experience with expert reviews of the Nissan Juke. Read more to learn about the most important features and important factors to consider when researching the Nissan Juke.
This four-door cross between a hatchback and small crossover SUV has no shortage of personality. It all starts with the Juke's polarizing styling. Some find it sporty-looking and distinctive, while others have compared it to a horned lizard. We'll leave it to you to form your own opinions. But with endearing attributes such as brisk performance and sharp handling, you may find yourself falling for this funky ride. Discover the ins and outs on used Nissan Jukes, available now in Carvana's inventory.
Unique Style Customization OptionsThe Juke may not be for everyone, but for the person who loves to get creative and customize the look and feel of their ride, the Juke may just be your bag. In 2015, Nissan introduced a new Color Studio program for the Juke that enables you to mix and match colors to your liking.
Powerful Performer With Available All-Wheel DriveIn addition to its unique styling, what makes the Juke particularly memorable is the sporty nature of this vehicle. With a robust turbocharged engine that is both powerful and efficient, the Juke has palpable get up and go. In Edmunds performance testing, the Juke with CVT (Continuously Variable Automatic Transmission) accelerated from 0 to 60 mph in 7.3 seconds, which is rather quick for this category. Additionally, all CVT-equipped Juke trims can be had with all-wheel-drive.
Sporty HandlingWith the ability to shift between multiple drive modes, the Juke responds well whether you're trying to maximize fuel economy or inject a bit of excitement while on the open road. Equipped with steering that is nicely weighted and solidly responsive, the Juke qualifies as a spunky little ride.
Cargo CapacityIf you're looking for a crossover that can accommodate hauling a bunch of gear, you may want to look beyond the Juke. With only 10.5 cubic feet of cargo space available (large enough to fit two sets of golf clubs) behind the second row seating, the Juke pales in comparison to similar sized crossovers.
Ride QualityA ride that's as smooth as silk isn't exactly the Juke's calling card. With decent ride quality when traversing smooth pavement, the Juke has a tendency to feel stiff and rigid going over bumps in the road. There's also noticeable wind and tire noise when traveling at highway speeds.
Head and LegroomDue to its compact crossover size, the Juke doesn't offer a ton of head and legroom, particular for passengers traveling in the rear. Unless you're transporting small children with regularity, there are better, similarly sized options on the market that accommodate more than two passengers.
Nissan JUKE Reviews
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