The 2015 Juke update, launched at the Geneva auto show, continues and accentuates the car's unique looks, while improving engine and cabin tech.
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The 2015 Nissan Juke Nismo RS confers bragging rights for its 215 horsepower engine, but the lesser trim Juke Nismo looks like a better value for those wanting a funky compact SUV with excellent handling.
It may be funny-looking, but in Nismo form the 2013 Nissan Juke is one heck of a fun hatchback, with excellent performance technology. Just budget a little more to replace the cabin electronics.
The 2012 Nissan Juke is a fun little SUV with excellent performance tech, but it really drops the ball on cabin electronics.
Although an exceedingly fun and satisfying car to drive, the funky 2011 Nissan Juke suffers from some weak cabin tech.
To celebrate the fifth anniversary of its compact crossover, Nissan commissioned artist Owen Gildersleeve to create a Nissan Juke out of nothing more than folded paper.
British artist Owen Gildersleeve built the 2,000-piece project in about 200 hours.
Toyota has been left without a truly small SUV since taking an enlarged RAV4 upmarket, and now it's showing signs of addressing that lineup vacancy with this revised C-HR Concept.
The NISMO RS version of the Nissan Juke should prove to anyone that the Juke is a sports car. This special edition gets power and handling enhancements taking it to the next level.
The minuscule Nissan Juke gets tuned up by the folks at Nismo, getting it up to 215 horsepower and gaining the RS letters to denote its superiority in the lineup.