2011 Nissan Juke: Nice Manual
September 01, 2011
So I thought I would spend a relaxing evening RTFMing with the Juke. Imagine my surprise when I opened the glovebox and found this little contraption. It's made partially of leather, or a reasonably facsimile of leather, and a few springy straps, all designed to keep the manuals from flying about the cabin.
Good thing too, as there are many of them. There's the main owner's manual, the navigation system manual, the maintenance booklet, the printed quick reference guide, the quick reference guide on DVD, the addendum to the owner's manual and the service guide. I got about 10 pages into the first one before dozing off.
Thankfully, the handy holder is removable, and it even has Velcro strips on the back so you can stick it to the carpet or maybe the headliner if you prefer. In a world where most owner's manuals are merely tossed in a plastic pouch, this is quite nice for a relatively inexpensive car.
Ed Hellwig, Editor, Edmunds.com