Used Nissan Juke
The Nissan Juke is a compact-crossover SUV that offers expressive styling, feature-rich interiors and turbocharged engines. Nissan keeps the Juke competitive by offering even more standard features than much of the competition. Unique to the Juke is the Color Studio option that allows for personal color customization of certain interior and exterior pieces. Front-wheel-drive (FWD) models use a solid rear axle with AWD’s torque-vectoring system and independent rear suspension. Opt for the Nismo trim and you’ll get a 6-speed manual transmission and limited-slip differential
Used Nissan Exterior
Used Nissan Juke Interior
The Nissan Juke’s 5-passenger interior is nearly as wild as its exterior. The plastic center console mimics a motorcycle’s fuel tank, and the multifunction ventilation controls morph to become the Sport/Normal/Eco mode with just the push of a button. Fold down those rear seats to expand the cargo space to 35.9 cubic feet, more than enough room for several shopping bags.
Used Nissan Juke Standard Equipment
The Nissan Juke is available in five trims: S, SV, SL, Nismo and Nismo RS. The least expensive Juke S still comes nicely equipped with push-button start, rearview camera, AM/FM/CD/USB audio system with Bluetooth wireless connectivity, continuously variable transmission (CVT) and expected amenities like air conditioning and power windows. For roughly $2,000 more, you can jump up to the Juke SV trim, which adds the I-CON climate/drive-setting controls, heated seats, power moonroof, premium cloth seating and leather-wrapped steering wheel.
Used Nissan Juke Optional Equipment
Move up to the SL trim and you get leather seating, larger 5.8-inch display with navigation and voice recognition, a Rockford Fosgate audio system and automatic headlights. The Juke Nismo gets sport tuning, 18-inch wheels and a unique front grille. The top-line Juke Nismo RS packs a more powerful engine, Recaro front bucket seats and Nismo-specific exhaust and brakes.
Used Nissan Juke Engines
Depending on the year, one of two engines are available the Juke SUV. The standard-issue engine is a 1.6-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder with 188 horsepower. The top-line Juke Nismo RS gets a more powerful version of the same engine, offering 215 horsepower with the manual transmission and front-wheel drive (FWD). In standard Jukes, the CVT automatic includes an S-mode that serves up six “virtual” gears, simulating gear changes.
The 2017 Nissan Juke has a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) starting just over $21,200. That climbs to around $31,000 for an AWD Juke RS. The Nissan Juke’s residual value is expected to be quite strong, and its 5-Year cost-to-own figure lower than most.