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Used 2014 Nissan Juke Consumer Reviews

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5 out of 5 stars

So much fun

cherokeegirl71, 05/13/2014
updated 05/13/2016
2013 Nissan Juke SL 4dr Hatchback AWD (1.6L 4cyl Turbo CVT)
57 of 58 people found this review helpful

I have liked the look of the Juke since I first saw it in 2011. Have had mine now for almost 2 months. I average 29.2 mpg in economy mode, which blows my jeep out the water. Sport mode is addictive. The ride is comfortable, I love all the bells and whistles. It handles well, responds to steering and foot pedals quickly. It is fun to drive, the reaction of a sports car with the safety of an SUV. There is not a lot of cargo room, but enough for a trip to the grocery store. Drop the seats down and lots of room.

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5 out of 5 stars

DID GREAT IN A ROLLOVER WRECK!

R S Miller, 08/29/2015
2014 Nissan Juke SV 4dr Hatchback AWD (1.6L 4cyl Turbo CVT)
47 of 48 people found this review helpful

My husband bough this for room comfort since he is tall and needed good support for his back. He drives over an hour to and from work and had to fill up every other day, bt the best thing is that today he was in a rollover wreck, going 55-60 , someone came across the line hit him, and the car rolled over 4-5 times all bags deployed and he walked away with a few scratches on head. If you could see the car you wouldn't believe it. Nissan Juke stood the test of a bad wreck.

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5 out of 5 stars

Chose Juke over BMW Mini Cooper Clubman

Zoom, 12/30/2015
2013 Nissan Juke NISMO 4dr Hatchback AWD (1.6L 4cyl Turbo CVT)
28 of 29 people found this review helpful

This is a small performance car, with features of a SUV/crossover. Don't expect big-car comfort & storage. When searching for a small economical car as an alternate to my GMC Sierra 1500, I narrowed my search to the Juke, Toyota Prius, and the BMW MINI Clubman. I wanted fuel economy, AWD, style and performance. I knew I would be sacrificing space. All three cars had great reviews. The Clubman and the Juke were most similar, with the Clubman being slightly more spacious than the Juke. However, I didnt like the metal track for interchangeable armrest and cup holders. Also, having owned a MINI before, I knew maintenance costs would be higher than the Juke. The Clubman price was about $5k higher than the Juke. The first time I saw the Nismo was on a computer screen at a dealer where I had test driven the JUKE SL. I was really impressed with the trim and the sporty look. I wanted a car that didn't look like everything else on the street, and the Nismo screemed uniqueness. Once the image was in my mind, I couldn't consider another style. The Nismo was hard to find, and the dealers were uneducated about it's availability and release date. Surprisingly I found one high-volume dealer in CT who happened to have two in stock. When I saw the Nismo, I fell in love. The little car was stylish with a bit of sass. The trim gives the appearance of being low-to the ground, with flashy red striping and side mirrors. The interior included wrap-around bucket seats, arm rest with storage, wrapped steering wheel, red trim, and all the technology within easy reach. The Nismo test drive didn't demonstrate much variation from the Juke SL, with the exception of the low-profile performance tire & 18" wheels. Nearly three years later, I still love my Nismo. The responsiveness in handling and the agility make it an ideal car to drive in the city and on the curvy, hilly roads in CT. Shortly after I bought it, I did change the performance tires to all-season & it doesn't feel like performance has been compromised. I typically drive in normal mode, but when I need to pass, or just want an adrenaline boost, I switch to sport and manual shift. Juke Nismo's reliability and safety is good for my family. With regular oil changes and maintenance from Nissan certified mechanics, it's never had a mechanical issue. It has a back up camera so I can see anything directly behind the car. The AWD is one of it's best features. We have been dumped on with snow and ice the last several years, and I live at a higher elevation with steep hills and curves through the neighborhood. I grew up in Colorado, so am used to snow & like driving in it. This car has never gotten stuck, or spun out. The AWD and all season tire has made all the difference. Unfortunately I am in a position where I have to let the Nismo go. I've recently accepted a job that provides a company car. I don't need a third car, & the Nismo is the only one with a payment. I initially intended to pass it down to my 15-year old when she's off to college, but that is three years away. It has been thoroughly enjoyful owning the Juke Nismo. If you understand what you are sacrificing in a small car, you will mot be disappointed with this choice.

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4 out of 5 stars

Fun with Compromises

phranc68, 07/07/2014
updated 07/07/2017
2013 Nissan Juke SL 4dr Hatchback AWD (1.6L 4cyl Turbo CVT)
27 of 28 people found this review helpful

I love my Juke. I was looking for a unique, sporty, AWD for my new car and found all that and more in my new Juke. We already have a minivan, so the small spaces of the Juke are not an issue. Fun, responsive, eye catching. Most of the controls are intuitive and the "manual" CVT option actually works pretty well, giving the driver real control over the power. It has been a reliable, fun and enjoyable car.

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5 out of 5 stars

Amazing car

mltabarez, 08/27/2014
2014 Nissan Juke NISMO 4dr Hatchback (1.6L 4cyl Turbo 6M)
46 of 49 people found this review helpful

I nicknamed it "The Ugly Duckling" because my first instinct was to NOT buy it. However, my husband and son fell in love with it and I agreed because it's a Nissan (this is our 5th Nissan) and a manual (I hate automatic cars). My husband drove it exclusively for the first month until I tried it out. I refuse to give it back! I've been driving for more than 40 years and this car is the BEST I've ever driven. It has incredible power, amazing maneuverability, and is good on gas. There are NO blind spots. Really grabs the road.

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