easy to drive and park
choice of 2w, Allw or 4w drive
This car is fun to drive! If you are not like me, you will get great gas mileage too. Flip the seats down and you can fit a ton of stuff in the back. Great audio stystem.
The suspension is sporty, so it's a little stiff. But...fun to drive! This car is great in the city and easy to park anywhere. If you have kids, probably not the ride for you
Best car I've ever owned
2011 Nissan JukeNicole R - Los Angeles, CA11/02/2016
I bought my Juke a little over a year ago I had been eyeing them for some time. I never had any issues other then normal wear and tear. Just over a week ago my husband and I were driving , husband behind the wheel, and we were making a left turn on a very busy 3 lane hwy. Two lanes had stopped to let us through and the far right 3rd lane was clear. As we made our way across suddenly there was a Toyota truck coming at us and going about 60-70mph. He slammed into the passenger side of my car, where I was sitting. This car handled that hit like a champion. Both front and back passenger air bags deployed and I feel it helped minimize my injuries. I walked away with a cut up arm and several bruises. Husband just sore. I am now getting a newer Juke
Handles great. Reliable. Enough for a family of 4
2012 Nissan JukeFrank N. - Naples, FL10/16/2016
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.
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