2013 Nissan Juke

2013 Nissan Juke Review Summaries

What reviewers liked most about the Nissan Juke

  • We've praised the Juke's feature-per-dollar quotient before, and we still like having a navigation system, satellite radio, leather seats, and iPod integration for less than $25,000,...

    - Car and Driver
  • Our logbook jottings praise the Juke's seating position, ride, handling, steering, shifter, clutch, feature count, ergonomics, and even its heater. If that sounds like a long list, it is.

    - Car and Driver

What reviewers liked least about the Nissan Juke

  • .....it's not all that roomy or comfortable. Front seats are positioned quite high, while in back the seatback is adjustable for rake, so it's possible to fit four adults reasonably well; but the front seats themselves aren't very supportive, and back-seat passengers won't be left with much of a view outward.

    - The Car Connection
  • The other serious down side that we have noticed is the Juke's surprising thirst. While EPA ratings land at 27 mpg city, 32 highway with the front-wheel-drive CVT model and 24/31 with the manual gearbox (or 25/30 with AWD), we haven't seen higher than about 24 mpg across a wide range of conditions.

    - The Car Connection

Best one-liner about the Nissan Juke

  • ....we can tell you that body roll is minimal, grip is excellent and the Juke flat out eats up bumpy, twisty back roads.

    - Road & Track

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