Used Nissan Juke for Sale
About the Nissan Juke
Most car lovers can’t help but smile at the first glimpse of the Nissan Juke. The unique curves and slightly off-beat appearance is quirky yet stylish. The Nissan Juke is well-suited for speedy maneuvering in tricky urban traffic. It is a good fit for drivers who want something small and nimble that stands out among other subcompact SUVs.
Nissan Juke First Generation (2011-2017)
The Nissan Juke lasted for only one generation and spawned many enthusiastic devotees. It gave drivers the all-wheel capability of an SUV that featured easy handling and a lot of punch. The introduction of the NISMO trim level in 2014 showcased new style features and suspension upgrades. Drivers got the chance for a technology upgrade when the infotainment system began supporting Siri in 2016.
Nimble and Practical
The lightness of the build for all 2011-2017 models makes for easy handling whether you are making a long commute to work or taking a trip out of town for the weekend. The CVT transmission allows for smooth acceleration while giving you the maximum power possible from your engine.
Drivers always have the option of shifting to manual mode in 2011-2017 models if they miss the feeling of gear shift points. The lightweight of the CVT transmission can help provide better fuel efficiency, which comes in handy for those facing long daily drives into the office.
The SL trim in all 2013-2017 vehicles allowed drivers to opt for a touch-screen navigation system with a five-inch color monitor makes keeping track of evolving traffic situation around you a snap. You can also play your favorite tunes through the car’s six speakers from a mobile device using the USB connection port.
Sporty and Stylish
If you are looking for a car that offers a variety of fun colors, the Juke delivers with shades like Red Alert, Solar Yellow, and Brilliant Silver for all 2011-2017 vehicles. You can also look for versions containing leather seats with various stitching colors that suit the distinct look of the car. The NISMO® trims come with LED daytime running lights.
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Q: Does Nissan still produce the Juke model?
A: Nissan stopped production of the Juke back in 2017. Those who thought the line had more to offer can be cheered by Nissan’s 2018 announcement that they will start production on a new line of 2020 Jukes. You can also find first generation cars in our inventory on CarMax lots.
Q: Does the Nissan Juke have four-wheel drive?
A: The Nissan Juke comes with either front-wheel driving capabilities or torque-vectoring all-wheel drive. The torque-vectoring shifts power to the rear wheels on tricky turns, designed to help you rotate into curves and accelerate out.
Q: Does the Nissan Juke come with an automatic transmission?
A: The Nissan Juke uses a continuously variable transmission (CVT) versus a traditional automatic transmission.
Q: Does the Nissan Juke have a CVT transmission?
A: The Nissan Juke uses a CVT transmission, meaning it delivers power to the engine using a pair of cone-shaped pulleys versus the complex system of gears relied upon by standard automatic transmissions.
Nissan Juke Trim Configurations
Nissan Juke Trim Configurations
S Trim (2011-2017)
• Serves as the base model for the line
• Dual-powered outside mirrors with integrated turn signals colored to match the body of the car (2011-2017)
• Push-button ignition (2011-2017)
• Automatic on-off headlights (2011-2017)
• Rearview monitor (2011-2017)
SV Trim (2011-2017)
• Moonroof with power-sliding glass, one-touch open, and tilt feature (2011-2017)
• Premium cloth seat covering (2011-2017)
• 17-inch five-spoke aluminum-alloy wheels (2011-2017)
• NissanConnect℠ technology platform including Mobile Apps, Bluetooth® Hands-Free Phone System (2011-2017)
SL Trim (2011-2017)
• Leather-wrapped shift knob (2011-2017)
• Automatic Temperature Control (ATC) (2011-2017)
• Heated front seats (2011-2017)
• Voice Recognition for navigation and audio (2011-2017)
• Around View® Monitor with Moving Object Detection (MOD) (2011-2017)
NISMO® Trim (2014-2017)
• NISMO® aerodynamic body kit including side sills, front and rear fascias, and a rear roof spoiler (2014-2017)
• 18-inch NISMO® 10-spoke alloy aluminum wheels with P225/45R18 summer tires (2014-2017)
• NISMO® sport bucket front seats with embroidered synthetic suede trim, and red stitching (2014-2017)
• SiriusXM® satellite radio (2014-2017)
NISMO RS (2014-2017)
• NISMO® -tuned 1.6L Direct Injection Gasoline (DIG™) four-cylinder engine with 215 hp and 210 lb-ft of torque on AWD CVT models (2014-2017)
• Built with larger vented front disc brakes, vented rear disc brakes along with upgraded brake pads, and red brake calipers (2015-2017)
• NISMO® -tuned exhaust system (2015-2017)
• NISMO® RS exterior badging (2015-2017)
• Recaro® sport bucket front seats with embossed logo, integrated head restraints, carbon-fiber appearance interior trim, and a synthetic suede stitched instrument panel hood (2015-2017)
RepairPal gave the Nissan Juke an overall reliability rating of 4 out of 5 stars, which RepairPal describes as Above Average. This rating ranks the Nissan Juke 8th out of 8 among Subcompact SUVs.
- Cost RepairPal reports that the average total annual cost for repairs and maintenance on a Nissan Juke is $525, compared to an average of $397 for Subcompact SUVs and $556 for all the vehicles RepairPal considered in its dataset.
- Frequency According to RepairPal, Nissan Juke owners bring their vehicles into a repair shop for unscheduled repairs an average of 0.5 times per year, compared to an average of 0.4 times for Subcompact SUVs and 1.4 times for all the vehicle models RepairPal considered in its dataset.
- Severity RepairPal reported that the probability of a repair being a severe or major issue is 15% for the Nissan Juke, compared to an average of 7% for Subcompact SUVs and 12% for all the vehicles RepairPal considered in its dataset.
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Reviews for Nissan Juke
Amazing Zippy SUV with a sports car feel!
We love this Juke for our family! Ultimate unique sporty design w/ one of a kind design! It is a gas sipper, super fun to drive, has an amazing sound system, and feels like a sports car! This car has amazing pick up speed and will get ya in trouble fast if you have a heavy foot! That being said it has every option you can imagine, sunroof, top notch sound system, navigation, XM Radio, leather, Bluetooth, heated seats and amazing gas mileage! We are super happy with this car! This is our THIRD Nissan vehicle and it will NOT be the last!
- Power: Zippy quick pick up speed
- Styling: Super cute unique design-one of a kind
- Technology and Entertainment: Sound system is bad to the bone w/ Rockford Fosgate speakers and subwoofers!
Great Price & Features, Gas & Space an issue
The features you get for the price of this car is really great. Leather, Heated Seats, Nav, Sunroof, Bluetooth, iPod, etc... The car is very sporty and can be super fun to drive. Fast, Handles well. I like that you can choose between eco, normal, and sport (I just wish it would save your last preference so you don't have to press it everytime you start the car). As much as I love this car and am happy with my purchase, there are a few things that make this car a poor choice for some. The fact that the gas tank is so small, and the gas mileage is really not that great, means I'm constantly having to fill up. Also takes premium gas. The car is very small and packing it with luggage or doing costco runs can be challenging.
- Ride and Handling: Sporty, Fast, Turbo, Handles Well.
- Value: All the features of a high end luxury car for a really great price.
- Technology and Entertainment: Nissan technology is probably the best out there. Never an issue with bluetooth, nav, heated seats, ipod integration. So many goodies.
- Fuel Economy: Low MPGs + Small Gas Tank = Always filling up. Also have to put premium in it which isn't cool.
- Interior Space: Back seats are cramped. I'm only 5'1 so front is okay for me but might be an issue for someone taller. Also, no center console to put things in.
- Cargo Space: Really tiny trunk space. Seats fold down so that helps but front seats have to be pushed forward to fold rear seats down. Loading and unloading luggage, groceries can be a real pain.
Handles great. Reliable. Enough for a family of 4
The shape of the vehicle says it all. It is a sport car with an exotic look and a little higher than a conventional sedan which makes it fall into the category of cross over SUV. Performance of the vehicle is greet. Speed response, for a 4 cylinder, is impressive compared to a vehicle within the same specs. Tech features are average but perform good. Bluetooth for phone calls is good. Keep in mind that media play via Bluetooth is limited only to iPhone and iPod (a limitation that can be annoying for some, including myself). GPS feature is displayed on a very generous screen. Comfort is OK. Suspension is stiff. If you have to foot kid's car seats be aware that it will take some room in the cabin. A/C is OK but is not the best.
- Fuel Economy: It fills up with less than 10G
- Styling: Line and shape.
- Technology and Entertainment: GPS screen and audio.
- Ride and Handling: Suspension is stiff. It is a sport intended vehicle. Handling is great though.
- Seat Comfort: Do not seem the best for long trips.
- Interior Space: It is small. Not compared to a mini but is not the interior of a Camry nor Sonata either. If you have to fit to children's car seat you are going to lose some valuable cabin space in the rear.
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