Nissan juke reviews - Nissan juke road test

Nissan juke reviews - Nissan juke road test




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To come to the point, Nissan Juke is a disaster from the word “go’. With an ugly and masculine design, this car comes in bizarre pastiche of various surfaces and shapes which are visually disturbing. Its interior is also not better off, with both pros and cons galore. The dash is made up of some black, grainy material which is similar to that of Versa. The central console also disappoints by lacking in utility storage space for cell phones, I pods and other portable gadgets.More...

The price list for the Nissan Juke in the US has been just announced. The latest crossover from Nissan will go up on sale in North America from the month of October. The Nissan Juke would be available for the US having the features of both front wheel-drive and AWD along with the option of having a 6-speed manual gearbox and Nissan’s Xtronic Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT).

Nissan Juke for the US version would be powered by 1.6liter Direct Injection Gasoline (DIG) turbo engine having 188hp and 177Ib of torque. Nissan Juke’s most economic variant, CVT FWD has officially been rated at 27 mpg in city and in highway it stands at 32 mpg in terms of consumption of fuel.More...

Cars no longer can be categorized as just hatch-back or sedan or SUV. Crossovers are the newest trends in automobiles, bringing the best of both the worlds. Nissan’s latest crossover offering, Juke does exactly that. It brings together the sturdiness of an off-roader and the sleek looks of a sports coupe- all under one roof.

The first glance at the Juke would extract all the breath from the viewer with its sharp and mean look. The wheel arches, almost bumping through the car’s bonnet, enhancing their original size, the hidden handles of the rear doors, giving it a two-door coupe like appearance, its tail- lights shaped like boomerang, sharp headlights and oversized fog lights- all go into the Juke’s “wow” factors. More...