2011 Nissan Juke Consumer Review: Okay, but I'll never own anoth
ADVERTISEMENT

2011 Nissan Juke - Consumer Review

2011 Nissan Juke

Average Consumer Rating

104 Total Reviews

S 4dr Hatchback (1.6L 4-cyl. Turbo AWD CVT Automatic)

Performance
Comfort
Fun-to-Drive
Interior
Exterior
Build Quality
Reliability Value
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
Okay, but I'll never own another one
By cobraboy1 on

Vehicle

2011 Nissan Juke S 4dr Hatchback AWD (1.6L 4cyl Turbo CVT)

Review

I bought this car to get me something with good gas mileage that was different with all wheel drive and standard bluetooth. And a sub compact size with a good fun-to-drive ratio. And it had to have a sticker of under 22k

Overall its an okay vehicle, but I've been talking to people (nissan techs - to remain nameless) who've all said to trade it in after the warranty is up. That is enough for me to say I won't own another one again, but overall its not terrible. The major complaints are three:
1. MPG is not what was promised
2. Gas tank is only about 11 gallons
3. Although you don't have to run 93 octane your really should to
get the best mpg's

Best Features

Acceleration, Handling, passenger space, comfort. So what does this vehicle do right? 1. It is a ton of fun to drive. 2. It has a decent amount of space for the subcompact size (remember its built on a versa) 3. The stock stereo is pretty good. 4. It has a nice commanding view of the road 5. It makes my wife feel safe and our kids like the different looks.

Worst Features

First of all, forget even coming close to the EPA gas mpg figures. Its not anywhere near. After doing several road trips and much city driving with 87 and 93 gas I can tell you this: Driving like a grandma on 87 = roughly 21.5mpg city; 24.5 highway On 93 = roughly 22mpg city; 26mpg highway This is so far below EPA that I called Nissan. the response I got was mostly "drive slower" I have one of those driving monitors that plug into your OBDII I'm already getting the max 40% off of my bill. I can't drive the thing any slower. For max mileage, try to never let the tach rev beyond 3000rpm unless you absolutely have to.
Recommend (4) (0)

Are you the author of this review?

Update Your Review
Report it
Comments (0) Post a Comment
Post a Comment

You must be signed in to post a comment.

Register

ADVERTISEMENT
Select a different vehicle  
Recently Viewed
There are no recently viewed vehicles to display
ADVERTISEMENT

Other Vehicles to Consider

ADVERTISEMENT

Write Consumer Reviews

Write Consumer Reviews

Write a review and rate your own car.

ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT