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.
It is a kick to drive. It has "quiet speed"; it can scoot when you need it too, but you never realize how fast you are going for lack of engine noise.
We also had a snow event here recently and it performed in the snow and ice like a champ. The shorter body frame and wider rear axle along with the greater concentration of weight in the center allows the Juke to navigate well in foul weather.
While smaller interior wise than my previous SUV style car I can still fit at least a 36" wire dog crate in the back when I need to transport. In fact it holds two Great Pyrenees with room to spare! I don't have children to worry about, just dogs and cats, so this is the ideal car for me. Since I'm a senior citizen the height makes it easier to load and unload groceries too. No more stooping over to get things in and out of the back seat!
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