2014 Nissan Juke Overview

Tamara Warren
Automotive Editor - March 26, 2014

The Juke is part car and part SUV, more so than the average crossover vehicles, offering customers true five-seater versatility with daringly unusual styling.

What's New for 2014

The trim levels have been adjusted to make room for the new, sporty Nismo.

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Choosing Your Nissan Juke

A turbocharged four-cylinder engine produces 188 horsepower in the S, SV and SL. Power jumps to 197 with the Nismo, and then to 215 in the Nismo RS. All models are offered in all-wheel drive or front-wheel drive. A continuously variable transmission (CVT) is available across the range; there's also a conventional six-speed manual transmission, but only for front-wheel drive Jukes.

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The base S comes with Bluetooth, power windows, variable intermittent windshield wipers, remote keyless entry, and a 12-volt power outlet. Additional standard features include iPod connectivity, satellite radio, automatic air conditioning and a leather wrapped steering wheel.

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Standard features include 16-inch aluminum-alloy wheels, satellite radio, hands-free text messaging, rear heating and cooling vents and a moonroof. Options include navigation, apps integration, SiriusXM Travel Link, a color display and lane departure warning and blind spot warning.

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At this premium level, you'll get navigation, leather upholstery, a rearview camera and a leather-wrapped shift knob.

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Priced between the S and the SV, the Nismo adds a high-performance engine, sport-tuned suspension, body kit and 18-inch wheels to the standard equipment available on the base S model.

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Nismo RS

The price for a 215-horsepower Nismo RS jumps ahead of the top-spec SL, but adds features like Recaro seats, 12.6" front vented disc brakes and increased chassis bracing to the Nismo's specifications.

CarsDirect Tip

The well-equipped and well-priced SL strikes us as the best value in the lineup. If you want extra performance, we'd suggest the regular Nismo—the RS has lots of goodies, but we're not sure it's worth an extra $3,000.

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