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  • Image Credit: Nissan
  • Image Credit: Nissan
  • Image Credit: Wieck
  • Image Credit: Nissan
  • Image Credit: Wieck
  • Image Credit: Nissan
  • Image Credit: Wieck
  • Image Credit: Wieck
  • Image Credit: Wieck
  • Image Credit: Wieck
  • Image Credit: Wieck
  • Image Credit: Wieck
  • Image Credit: Wieck
We'll admit, we're quite excited about the Nissan Juke Nismo RS, especially now that its price has been revealed. For $26,120, you can get the sharpest, sportiest Juke outside of the over-caffeinated, 545-horsepower Juke R.

That base price reflects the cost of the Juke Nismo RS you really want - the front-drive model, complete with six-speed manual. Snagging an all-wheel-drive, CVT-equipped version will cost an extra $2,000. Those prices don't include an *$810 destination charge.

The Juke Nismo RS boasts an extra 18 hp and 26 pound-feet of torque over the 197-hp Juke Nismo, thanks to things like a new exhaust. The big, must-have feature, though, are the Recaro thrones fitted in the front of the RS. As we said when the hot Juke debuted in LA last year, the seats alone may be worth upgrading to the RS model.

Take a look below for a short press release from Nissan.


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      Joey Franklin
      • 1 Year Ago
      I work at a Nissan dealer and checked to see what all the RS included, you get bigger brakes front and vented calipers rear. You also get RS specific struts and the manual gets an upgraded clutch and LSD. The CVT model is cut back to 184 ft lbs so you definitely want a RS manual if you are looking at a Juke.
        Susan
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Joey Franklin
        Someone buying this car would order a CVT? Is that possible?
          XT6Wagon
          • 1 Year Ago
          @Susan
          only wait to get AWD, but why would you? Get a 2015 WRX and enjoy 65 more HP for the same money. oh and a choice of CVT or manual.
          chanonissan
          • 1 Year Ago
          @Susan
          you know honda civic offer cvt, the wrx offer cvt, who can stop people buying what they like? it is their choice
          Joey Franklin
          • 1 Year Ago
          @Susan
          We have one RS coming in April, its black AWD with CVT. We also have a white Nismo Awd cvt coming. I don't order the cars but i think the RS manual in pearl white would be the one to have.
        Joey Franklin
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Joey Franklin
        Oh Nissan has some good rebates on the regular Juke's this month also, up to $5k off. March is the end of Nissan's fiscal year so lots of deals out there. Not sure what they can do on the Nismo's that are out though.
      c!to
      • 1 Year Ago
      This car is starting to grow on me
      Nicholas
      • 1 Year Ago
      I understand that this is a mini-ute, so it might not necessarily be cross-shopped with a WRX. But for my money, it's a no-brainer. I'd take a base Rex and don't look back.
      Koenigsegg
      • 1 Year Ago
      Nissan makes some of the ugliest cars on the market.
        789dm
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Koenigsegg
        They are so much better than Honda. Trust me I know I drive Honda Element.
      imtoomuch1
      • 1 Year Ago
      One of the most hideous looking cars on the road. You can get much better for this price too.
        NeO
        • 1 Year Ago
        @imtoomuch1
        Not as bad as your civic though. idiot
      Cruising
      • 1 Year Ago
      I've seen a couple black regular NISMO versions on the street, it's very striking car. The more hardcore the Juke becomes the cooler it looks.
      Jaclock LaGlock
      • 1 Year Ago
      I love how Butthurt people get over the Juke. I thing the Juke RS looks awesome. If I weren't waiting for the production version of the IDx Concept, I'd consider getting the FWD with LSD and 6spd Manual. I'd drop it down about 2" and roll around smiling and laughing at all of the haters.
      waetherman
      • 1 Year Ago
      I know there are a lot of haters, but I've grown to love the Juke's styling as distinctive in a world of very bland CUVs. I do wish that Nissan had come out a little stronger though; one really good rally version, priced well at the top of the range, would have done a lot to change the perception of this vehicle. There's a lot of potential in the car, it's just not realized in any incarnation. Still, it's fun and affordable, and a fine option for many folks who are looking for something other than the usual.
        Ducman69
        • 1 Year Ago
        @waetherman
        We will inform your suitors that they should punch themselves in the face repeatedly until they look more "distinctive", with body parts in unusual locations and proportions in order to attract you. If cars could talk, I imagine the Juke saying "HAY YOU GUYS!" Sloth style, LMAO!
          jolly_mustang
          • 1 Year Ago
          @Ducman69
          Hey Duc69: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3BxfpbyV-uc&feature=kp
        AnalogJesse
        • 1 Year Ago
        @waetherman
        I agree on it looking pretty good. Same with the Jeep Cherokee. I just appreciate that some automakers are willing to take significant risk. Everyone hates them, and yes, they're awkward, but I'd take one over a Civic. With that said, the Juke's drive trains are a snooze, though I'm not exactly its target market.
      Ducman69
      • 1 Year Ago
      Uhhhh, April 1st about a month away still.... its WAY too early for jokes like this. xD
      MayTheBestCarWin05
      • 1 Year Ago
      I love how intentionally ugly this little crossover is. Someone should tell Lexus this is how you do quirky Japanese style right.
        Duck
        • 1 Year Ago
        @MayTheBestCarWin05
        Look at the rest of Nissan's fleet lately. This, the NV200, Cube, Murano, etc... this is clearly a complete and total lack of style with their current crop of designers, and not a group that COULD make an attractive vehicle that is beautiful to behold if they wanted to.
          Susan
          • 1 Year Ago
          @Duck
          I rather like the Cube's retangularity. It is a good city car and carries a lot. Big volume with small footprint is an example of sound engineering, if somewhat odd styling. But I agree that things like the Murano, Murano convertible, and Juke are rough on the eyes.
          Brad
          • 1 Year Ago
          @Duck
          Spot on...Leaf, Versa, Quest, Patrol, Sentra, etc. It's like the big three Japanese makes dared each other to make the ugliest cars and Nissan decided to try the hardest. Honda and Toyota have some bland and ugly cars but none as offensively ugly as Nissan's lineup.
      Yev
      • 1 Year Ago
      I don't get it. Why did they make this version even more ugly?
      fran
      • 1 Year Ago
      Is it different? Yes. Ugly? I don't think so.
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