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2013 Nissan Juke Overview

Zac Estrada
Automotive Editor - December 28, 2012

The base S model comes well equipped, especially for a reasonably priced small crossover. All Jukes get a 1.6-liter turbocharged four-cylinder with 188 horsepower. A CVT transmission is standard. The S also includes features like power windows, mirrors and locks with remote keyless entry, 17-inch alloy wheels, split-folding rear seat, air conditioning and a six-speaker audio system with AUX input and Bluetooth. The SV adds a standard six-speed manual transmission (a CVT is optional), keyless entry and start, satellite radio and privacy glass. The SL gets leather seats, heated front seats, automatic headlamps and a touchscreen navigation system with SiriusXM traffic and a backup camera. All-wheel drive is available on models with a CVT transmission.

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The Mini Countryman has a more usable shape, offers better fuel economy and a more premium feel, but is much more expensive. The Jeep Patriot offers real off-road capability but has a cheap interior and less power. The Jeep Compass also has more off-road ability and equipment than a base Juke but is underpowered and cheap feeling. The Subaru XV Crosstrek comes standard with all-wheel drive and is more spacious but is less fun and more expensive.

The Juke occupies an interesting niche in the market for people who want something more distinctive than a compact sedan or hatchback, but don't want the size or expense of even a small crossover. What's more, it has a perky turbocharged engine, looks that won't get lost in a crowd and a generous list of equipment that includes some relatively high-tech features. It may not have much off-road prowess or loads of interior room, but if the Juke is flexible enough for you, it's worth a look.