The introduction of the Nissan Juke SUV Crossover was nothing short of exciting. After making a debut at both the 2010 Geneva Motor Show and the 2010 New York International Auto Show, the Juke was ready for production and sales. The company set high goals and the actual sales globally far surpassed them. Even in the first month, the sales of the Juke were far more than the anticipated goal. The Juke took the crossover SUV market to a new level with its rounded designs that received a wealth of mixed reviews. However, the performance had kept it popular since its release.
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The Nissan Juke SUV Crossover is based on the Nissan B platform, but the look of the vehicle is entirely unique. Many people have labeled the style as sporty with its unique feature placement and designs. Even the lighting in the front stands out in the crowd with its stacked position. On top and in view of the driver are running lamps and indicator lights with a second level of headlights and a third for foglights. The vehicle itself looks much like a cross between an SUV and a four door hatchback vehicle.
The interior of the Nissan Juke SUV Crossover is just as unique and full of personality as the exterior. With a colorful look and silver accents, the style inside will appeal to those looking for something a little different. User-friendly controls adorn the front along with comfortable seating. The back offers plenty for the passengers with supportive seats and ample leg room. However, the roof slopes which makes it a bit more uncomfortable for taller passengers and cargo. The cargo space itself is adequate, but lacking when compared with the competitors. Still, small flaws aside, the interior is an inviting space that is home to many upscale features.
One of the benefits of having a crossover is enjoying the mixture of SUV with small car abilities. The Nissan Juke SUV Crossover takes this combination and adds in handling and performance that aren't often expected from a four cylinder family vehicle. The steering on the Juke is exact and the handling is above par. The combination of all wheel drive, a turbocharged engine and just the right suspension has made the Juke one of the fastest available crossover vehicles in its class. The available I-CON integrated control system allows the driver to quickly change the power of the SUV depending on what they are feeling at the moment. It has even been proven to hit 0 to 60 in 7.3 seconds. Even corners are a breeze for the Juke and those in the car will find that little from the outside affects their smooth and comfortable ride.