Not to be confused with pretty much anything else on the road currently. The Juke appearing to be something between a compact SUV and a sports car, lowly slung to the ground with an excellent gait, the Juke broadcasts the look of a predator on the prowl. Excellently designed to seat 5 people comfortably, The 2012 Nissan Juke has definitely raised the standards for the SUV and sport-scar world. Gracefully taking the cargo and comfort from most of the top of the line sedans comfort standards and barreling right pass them with a full array of features and options that only something new and original could do. Come take a look at this vehicle.
Doing things just a tad bit different the Nissan Chicago engineers have steered away from the boxy minivan like SUV look that is so commonly taken to be the normal or the uniformity, so to speak. First impressions daunt the onlooker with a quadruped of illumination. This design makes for a very striking second glance. Stricken with confusion one thinks, is it a SUV? Is it a mini-conversion? Or is it a secret weapon of mass destruction designed by the engineers at Nissan. Ladies and gentlemen, introducing the 2012 Nissan Juke.
Residing at Car Dealers in Chicago, he 2012 Nissan Juke comes with a 1.6 Liter I-4 188 Horsepower engine providing 25 miles per gallon in the city and 30 to 32 miles per gallon on the highway. The 2012 Juke made available in three different transmission models ranging from the six-speed manual with overdrive (OD) Two-speed continuously variable transmission (CVT) w/OD. And last but not least, the Juke with the two-speed CVT w/OD and automatic-manual transmission. With excellent handling, little to no cornering dips (how larger cars will lower over the outside front wheel in a hard turn.)
The endless technology features that are packed into the 212 Nissan juke are enough to make your head spin it is amazing the things they put into vehicles today. One of the features that is actually pretty cool as far as your brand new paint job is concerned is the rear view camera that actually helps you back into parking spots. With helpful on screen lines and audible warnings that let you know when you are about to invest in a new paint job. Quite Innovative to say the least.
In some trim models there are options that include a voice activated system that gives you access to all of your music via USB or on the built in hard drive that comes with the navigation system. To top it all off the Nissan doesn’t have a key it actually starts with a wireless key fob device ro a button that resides near the steering wheel column. There’s even a cool Bluetooth thing that makes your cell phone play through your speakers so that you can have a conversation through the hands free features. That controls the navigation system itself. There’s so many ways that this vehicle has made driving a safer experience that it’s hard to believe anyone drives anything but a Nissan these days. Come on down to your local Nissan Chicago dealers and get yourself a test drive.