2015 Nissan Juke

The Good The Nissan Juke features a risky design and a CVT that's one of the best on the market. The torque-vectoring AWD system makes for an engaging drive, especially when in Sport mode.

The Bad The tiny interface and outdated graphics of the navigation screen are in severe need of an upgrade. Some may find the design a little too quirky.

The Bottom Line The 2015 Nissan Juke is a fun little ute, perfect for those who want to stand out in a crowd.

Editors' Rating
  • Performance 8.0
  • Features 6.0
  • Design 9.0
  • Media & Connectivity 5.0
7.2 Overall

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Review

The funkiest ute on the block

Done with singles bars? Tinder got you tired? Well, if you're looking for a new way to meet people, just try driving a Nissan Juke around town for a few days. At stoplights, parking lots, even sitting in traffic folks wanted to talk to me about this weird looking crossover

Always a polarizing choice in the automotive world, you either love the Juke's risky design, or you think it looks like a frog crossed with a dune buggy...and not in a good way.

Though the footprint remains the same for 2015, the Juke gets a few cosmetic upgrades, with refreshed front and rear fascias, new color options, and many items once optional, such as push-button start and hands-free text messaging are now standard across all trim levels. New tech for the 2015 model year includes Nissan's slick Around View Monitor, an unexpected feature in this segment.

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  • Brand Nissan
  • Body style SUV
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