2012 Nissan Juke

Nissan Juke cross five small places is about 20 inches shorter than the Rogue, the ACL smallest in the range of the manufacturer, but packs a more powerful and sophisticated system available traction, which together give the Juke a sporty driving. Competitors include the Kia Soul and the Scion xB.

Available in sizes S, SE and SL levels of completion, the Juke is also available with a number of high-end features such as push button and a navigation system with traffic information in real time.

Nissan is not afraid to take risks in style automobile. The Quest minivan and car cube are two recent examples, and Juke continues this tradition. The stacked headlamps, radiator grille ps width of the vehicle and muscular fender flares, style, the Juke is there, but in the right direction.

While the Juke is much shorter than the Rogue, the pitch is only about 6 inches lower, which gives the Juke short front and rear overhangs, which contribute to its position. Exterior features include:

- 17-inch aluminum wheels
- Body-colored side mirrors

A bungalow style of the relationship is more traditional than its outward appearance, but has its share of unique design elements. These include a painted center console is designed to resemble a sports motorcycle tank of gas, according to Nissan. The driver faces a three-spoke steering wheel and instrument panel dominated by a tachometer and speedometer important. The Juke has a 60/40 split folding rear seat that allows you to spend more cargo space when needed. Interior features include:

- Standard CD stereo with steering wheel controls and iPod dock
- Bluetooth standard
- Available automatic climate control
- The leather seats available
- Available heated front seats
- Reversing camera
- Available Pushbutton
- Available moonroof
- Navigation system available with a 5-inch touch screen

Under the Hood
Power comes from a turbocharged 1.6-liter four-cylinder direct injection and an output of 188 horsepower and 177 lb.-ft. of torque. A continuously variable automatic transmission is standard, and a six-speed manual is available, if the book is only available in SV front wheel drive and seating SL. Mechanical features include:

Available integrated control system that adjusts the throttle response and steering CVT has three selectable modes: Normal, Sport and Eco

Performance-oriented system available all-wheel-drive can evenly distribute the torque of the engine, front and rear wheels, and also to transfer torque between the rear wheels

Four-wheel drive models get a multilink rear suspension instead of the front wheel drive models design twist "

Standard safety features include:

- Antilock brakes
- Side airbags for front seats
- Side curtain airbags for both rows
- Electronic Stability System
- Active head restraints for front seats


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