The Nissan Juke is a crossover SUV first introduced by Nissan worldwide in 2010. The Juke uses an updated take on the old “coke-bottle” design that was popular in the 1960’s and ’70’s, characterized by a higher-than-usual waistline, smaller side windows, and high-arching wheel wells.
The Juke looks almost like a coupe crossover, as odd as that sounds, though Nissan has been able to achieve the look mainly by the design, lower ride height, and placing the rear door handles near the C-pillar of the car, which is something that Nissan has done since introducing the Pathfinder in 1985.
The rear door handles are actually kind of hard to spot, considering they’re located not just near the C-pillar but almost integrated into the window frame of the back doors. Read more about the Juke here.
The Juke will be debuting its second generation in Summer 2014, but for now the vehicle is sold in five different variants, ranging in price from just under $20,000 to over $26,000. The base model, the S, is the first of three based on it; featuring seating for five, a 188 horsepower engine, 17″ aluminum-alloy wheels, an iPod interface system, and Bluetooth connectivity, it comes in at a decent price but packs quite a few options in it.
The SV is the second-highest model, featuring all the S features as well as Nissan’s Integrated Control System (I-CON), a power moon roof, Nissan Intelligent Key, and Sirius XM Radio.
The SL features the NissanConnect system with mobile app capability and navigation, leather-appointed seats, and a Rockford-powered audio system.
The Nissan Juke NISMO, another variant, is priced lower than the SL yet features a more powerful 197hp engine, a NISMO-tuned engine, NISMO-tuned suspension, 18″ aluminum-alloy wheels and the NISMO aerodynamic kit.
The NISMO RS, the highest-priced variant, features all the NISMO does plus a more powerful, 215hp engine, 12.6″ front disc brakes, and more.
When shipping the Nissan Juke you should understand that the vehicle is a crossover sport utility vehicle with the appearance of a large car. It’s not built like larger SUV’s, which makes it easier to ship as it’s smaller and lighter.
Well, most SUV’s are as easy to ship as a car, but when it comes to pricing the transport of it you need to understand that heavier vehicles tend to cost more, and this is where you get a good advantage with the Juke – it’s heavier than a standard car, sure, but it’s not exorbitantly large and will fit just fine on any standard auto transport carrier.
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