Nissan JUKE Crossovers

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2016 Nissan JUKE

Apple-compatible Siri Eyes Free functionality is now standard, and two new "Stinger Edition by Color Studio" models join the line with even more over-the-top color schemes.

2015 Nissan JUKE

The 2015 Nissan Juke gets revised exterior styling with new projector-beam headlights, a new grille, new tail, and the ability to customize the exterior colors with Nissan's new "Color Studio." The Nismo RS model adds power and enhanced handling, plus Recaro front seats and other performance upgrades.

About Nissan JUKE

When it debuted five years ago, the Nissan Juke was ahead of its time – a subcompact-crossover SUV with sporty ambitions and high style that stood out in a sea of larger, blander SUVs. Nowadays the subcompact-crossover SUV segment is booming with fresh arrivals like the Mazda CX-3, Honda HR-V, Chevy Trax, Fiat 500X and the Jeep Renegade. But to its credit, the Juke continues to zig where others zag. Nissan's smallest crossover SUV still looks like nothing else on the road with style you'll love or hate, and it prioritizes sporty performance over passenger- and cargo-carrying utility. The 2016 Juke offers a lot of fun for around $21,000, and is even available in souped-up Nismo RS form that packs 215 horsepower.

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