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2017 Nissan Juke Black Pearl Edition Bows


Leveraging the popularity of its Color Studio personalization program, Nissan has created a high-profile limited edition of its cheeky Juke crossover specifically for the North America. Dubbed the Juke Black Pearl Edition, it resurrects a name first used on a distinctive low-volume 1978 Datsun 280Z model. Spun from the Juke SV model and offered in either front- or all-wheel drive configurations, Nissan will build only 1,250 vehicles with the Black Pearl Edition package. Of that number 1,000 are headed for U.S. showrooms and 250 destined for Canada.

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As its name implies, this high-profile Juke sets off its Super Black exterior and 17-inch gloss-black alloy wheels with a selection of Pearl White accents and a Black Pearl badge on the rear fender. That same color combo is found inside where black cloth-covered seats – heated up front – are matched with white trim elements and contrast stitching. Like other Jukes, the Black Pearl Edition is motivated by a 188-horsepower/1.6-liter turbo 4-cylinder paired with Nissan’s Xtronic CVT automatic that features a manual mode that emulates seven virtual gear ratios.

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Debuting at the Los Angeles Auto Show, the new Black Pearl Edition package adds $1,190 to the price of the 2017 Nissan Juke SV which starts at $23,490 in front-drive form or $25,340 when fitted with the AWD system, including $940 destination. 

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