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2013 Nissan Juke Trims

NISMO

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Starting At: $19,441

NISMO AWD

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Starting At: $21,560

S

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Starting At: $17,808

Need a quasi-sporty commuter car with funky looks and turbocharged power? Check out the 2013 Nissan Juke S. As the entry-level trim in the Juke lineup, this 5-passenger subcompact crossover offers bare-bones amenities, but some nifty moves and a ton of value.

Standard features, besides a somewhat cramped 35.9 cubic feet of total cargo area, include 17-inch alloy wheels and power-adjustable mirrors outside, with cloth upholstery, a height-adjustable driver’s seat, split-folding rear seatbacks, power windows and remote power door locks inside. Meantime, the tilt-adjustable steering wheel mounts cruise and audio controls, while occupants keep cool and connected with standard air conditioning and Bluetooth hands-free communications. Finally, entertainment is offered via an MP3-capable single-CD player with 6 speakers and an auxiliary iPod interface.

Among the more popular options available to this little Nissan crossover is the brand-new Midnight Edition Package, offering Sapphire Black mirror caps and rear roof-mounted spoiler, along with black aluminum-alloy wheels. The Sport Accessory Package boasts upgraded 17-inch wheels and stainless steel exhaust tips, with the Chrome Accessory Package throwing in chrome body-side moldings and rear hatch surrounds. Standalone options, meantime, include splash guards, front fog/driving lights and added underbody protection.

Powering the 2013 Juke S is a direct-injected (DI) 188-hp turbocharged 1.6-liter inline 4-cylinder (I4) engine that mates with the standard continuously variable transmission (CVT), boasting an auto-manual Sport mode and allowing 177 lb-ft of torque. Variable valve timing (VVT) helps keep this front-wheel-drive-only crossover’s mileage numbers at a fairly respectable 27 mpg city/32 highway.

Notable standard safety features, meantime, remain 4-wheel antilock brakes (ABS), traction and stability control, front side-mounted airbags, front and rear head airbags, and front head restraint whiplash protection. A remote antitheft alarm also comes standard, with dusk-sensing headlights offered as a safety option.

S AWD

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Starting At: $18,185

Add standard full-time all-wheel drive (AWD) to the funky-looking 2013 Nissan Juke S and behold the Juke S AWD. Controversial profile and questionable practicality aside, this 5-seat subcompact crossover makes for a fun-to-drive commuter car that’s not afraid to take on wintry roads and hairpin turns. Packing only 35.9 cubic feet of cargo area with the rear seats folded, this little ute won’t haul a lot of stuff, but it sure fits nicely into crowded parking lots and traffic-laden avenues.

Standard goodies aboard include 17-inch alloy wheels and power-adjustable mirrors outside, and cloth upholstery, a height-adjustable driver’s seat, power windows and remote power door locks inside. Cruise control complements a tilt-adjustable steering wheel mounting cruise and audio controls, with air conditioning and Bluetooth hands-free calling once again keeping folks cool and connected. And, of course, the MP3-capable single-CD player, with its 6 speakers and auxiliary iPod interface, again provides the tunes.

Options, meantime, include the new-for-2013 Midnight Edition Package, boasting Sapphire Black mirror caps and rear roof-mounted spoiler, and black 17-inch aluminum alloy wheels. Then there’s the Sport Accessory Package with 17-inch 5-spoke aluminum alloy wheels and stainless steel exhaust tips, and/or the Chrome Accessory Package with upgraded exterior chrome pieces. Finally, splash guards, as well as front fog/driving lights, added underbody protection and extra cabin illumination all remain available as standalone options.

The ubiquitous turbocharged, direct-injected (DI) 1.6-liter inline 4-cylinder (I4) powerplant again mates with the standard continuously variable transmission (CVT), with its neat auto-manual Sport mode, for 188 hp and 177 lb-ft of torque. Variable valve timing (VVT), meantime, offers mileage figures of 25 mpg city/30 highway, while the full-time AWD configuration allows automatic torque diversion from all 4 wheels to the wheels that grip best when things start getting slippery.

Noteworthy standard safety features in the 2013 Juke S AWD include 4-wheel antilock brakes (ABS), traction and stability control, front and rear head airbags, front side-mounted airbags and front head restraint whiplash protection. Further standard safety equipment includes a remote antitheft alarm, with dusk-sensing headlights again optional.

SL

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Starting At: $20,799

Although it looks just as funky and sports the same 35.9 cubic feet of total cargo space as its lesser brethren, the 2013 Nissan Juke SL retains the distinction as the flagship trim of this subcompact crossover lineup. Seating 5 (as long as all those rear-seat-sitting folks are small), the latest edition of this pint-size people-hauler shows the nifty moves and turbocharged power of its siblings while piling on the standard features.

For example, 17-inch alloy wheels again come standard aboard the top-shelf Juke SL’s quirky profile, as do a power sunroof and power-adjustable mirrors. Inside, heated front seats are complemented by leather upholstery, upgraded leather and simulated alloy cabin trim, and a leather and simulated alloy tilt-adjustable steering wheel mounting cruise and audio controls. A rear-view camera is standard on this top-shelf trim, as are automatic climate control and Bluetooth hands-free calling. Additionally, this top-shelf trim boasts a memory-card-based navigation suite with 5-inch color touchscreen display, as well as Nissan’s touted Integrated Control (I-Con) System, which allows drivers to select one of 4 modes that interface various cabin functions, such as climate control, with throttle response for desired performance and fuel economy.

Standard entertainment, meantime, is upgraded to a 7-speaker Rockford Fosgate system with an MP3-capable single-CD player, an auxiliary iPod interface and satellite radio service free for 3 months.

Options include the brand-new Midnight Edition Package, flaunting Sapphire Black mirror caps and rear spoiler and black aluminum alloy 17-inch wheels, as well as the Sport Accessory Package, with upgraded 17-inch wheels and stainless steel exhaust tips along with the rear spoiler. The Chrome Package, meantime, adds chrome body moldings and rear hatch accents, with splash guards, upgraded cabin illumination and added underbody protection coatings as available standalone options.

Powering the flagship Juke SL is the ubiquitous turbocharged 1.6-liter inline 4-cylinder engine. Direct-injected (DI) and flaunting variable valve timing (VVT), this blown four-banger mates with either a standard continuously variable transmission (CVT) with standard auto-manual Sport mode, or an available 6-speed manual transmission, for 188 hp and 177 lb-ft of torque. Mileage estimates, meantime, run 27 mpg city/32 highway with the CVT and 25/31 with the stick shift.

Standard safety equipment, finally, remains 4-wheel antilock brakes (ABS), traction and stability control, front and rear head airbags, front side-mounted airbags and front head restraint whiplash protection. Further standard security features include front fog/driving lights and a remote antitheft alarm.

SL AWD

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Starting At: $20,870

Need a quirky-looking, turbocharged subcompact crossover with a fair number of standard creature comforts and standard all-wheel drive (AWD)? Take a look at the 2013 Nissan Juke SL AWD. This pint-size people-hauler seats 5 (as long as those in the rear seat are young children) and carries a meager 35.9 cubic feet of cargo area with the rear seats folded.

Nevertheless, this pint-size go-in-the-snow ute flaunts 17-inch alloy wheels, a power sunroof and power-adjustable mirrors aboard its, um, unique profile. Standard creature comforts, meanwhile, include leather upholstery, heated front seats, full power accessories and auto climate control. Additionally, a tilt-adjustable leather and simulated alloy steering wheel mounts audio and cruise controls, while more leather and simulated alloy trim decorates various cabin surfaces. Look for a rear-view camera to come standard, as well as Bluetooth hands-free communications, while the premium Rockford Fosgate audio system flaunts an MP3-capable single-CD player, a memory card slot, satellite radio and a USB port. Finally, the top-shelf SL AWD sports a standard memory-card-based navigation suite with 5-inch color touchscreen display.

New for 2013 is an optional Midnight Edition Package that flaunts 17-inch black aluminum alloy wheels and Sapphire Black mirror caps and roof-mounted rear spoiler. Further optional equipment includes a Sport Accessory Package that adds upgraded 17-inch wheels, stainless steel exhaust tips and a body-color rear spoiler, while the Chrome Accessory Package sports chrome body side moldings and rear hatch accents. Splash guards and added exterior protection coatings also remain available add-ons.

Giving the 2013 Juke SL AWD its go is a variable-valve-timed (VVT), direct-injected (DI) 1.6-liter turbocharged inline 4-cylinder (I4) powerplant that mates with the standard continuously variable-speed transmission (CVT) with auto-manual Sport mode for 188 hp and 177 lb-ft of torque. Look for mileage in the range of 25 mpg city/30 highway, and expect the full-time AWD system to automatically and instantaneously divert torque from the wheels that slip to the wheels that grip when traction gets dicey.

Finally, standard safety features again include 4-wheel antilock brakes (ABS), traction and stability control, front and rear head airbags, front side-mounted airbags and front head restraint whiplash protection. Front fog/driving lights and, for added security, a remote antitheft alarm, also come standard.

SV

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Starting At: $18,491

Step up to the 2013 Nissan Juke SV to behold this funky-looking subcompact crossover in its midlevel trim garb. Though touted as seating 5, this little ute realistically handles 2 adults and 3 small children, while the cargo area still has room for only 35.9 cubic feet of stuff, and that’s with the rear seats folded. Some nifty moves, however, and a turbocharged 4-cylinder powerplant might make up for a few perceived deficiencies.

Said powerplant is a 1.6-liter turbo-toting inline 4-cylinder (I4) arrangement boasting variable valve timing (VVT) and direct injection (DI) technology. Mated with either the standard continuously variable transmission (CVT) with auto-manual Sport mode, or an available 6-speed manual transmission, this blown four-banger puts out 188 hp and 177 lb-ft of torque, good enough for an estimated 27 mpg city/32 highway with the standard front-wheel-drive (FWD) configuration and the CVT. The stick shift, alas, drops mileage to 25/31.

Additionally, this midlevel trim boasts the touted Integrated Control (I-CON) System allowing 4-mode, driver-selectable interface of climate control and other cabin functions with proper throttle response for desired performance and fuel economy.

Appearance-wise, look for this upgraded Juke to adorn its quirky profile with standard 17-inch alloy wheels, power-adjustable mirrors and a power sunroof. Inside, this pint-size crossover sports premium cloth upholstery, a height-adjustable driver’s seat, full power accessories, and a leather and simulated alloy, tilt-adjustable steering wheel mounting audio and cruise controls. Air conditioning, of course, remains standard, as does Bluetooth hands-free communications, with the MP3-capable single-CD player and 6 speakers bolstered by an auxiliary iPod interface and satellite radio.

The brand-new Midnight Edition Package is available to the midlevel 2013 Juke SV and boasts a Sapphire Black roof-mounted rear spoiler and mirror caps, as well as black 17-inch aluminum alloy wheels. The Sport Accessory Package, meantime, adds stainless steel exhaust tips and upgraded exterior trim pieces to the rear spoiler, while the Chrome Accessory Package adorns the offbeat exterior with chrome body side moldings and rear hatch accents.

Splash guards, exotic cabin illumination and added exterior protection coatings are all offered as standalone options, as is a memory-card-based navigation suite with a 5-inch color touchscreen display mated with a rear-view camera and premium audio components.

Safety-wise, this latest Juke SV comes with standard 4-wheel antilock brakes (ABS), traction and stability control, front and rear head airbags, front side-mounted airbags and front head restraint whiplash protection. A remote antitheft alarm also comes standard, while front fog/driving lights are optional.

SV AWD

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Starting At: $17,805

For those who must take their quirky-looking Nissan Juke subcompact crossover on snow-shrouded highways, the 2013 Juke SV AWD might be just the ticket. Boasting standard all-wheel drive (AWD), this 5-seat pint-size people-hauler will still gather sidelong glances through the snowflakes, while its turbocharged powerplant offers plenty of pep.

Granted, this midlevel trim packs only a miserly 35.9 cubic feet of cargo space (with the rear seats folded), and the rear seat is suitable only for small children, but the Juke SV AWD still has its charms. For example, 17-inch alloy wheels, power-adjustable mirrors and a power sunroof all adorn the exterior, while premium cloth upholstery, a height-adjustable driver’s seat and full power accessories again spruce up the cabin. The leather and simulated alloy tilt-adjustable steering wheel, meanwhile, mounts audio and cruise controls, with air conditioning and Bluetooth hands-free technology once more keeping folks cool and connected. Entertainment, finally, is again offered via an MP3-capable single-CD player with 6 speakers, an auxiliary iPod interface and satellite radio.

This midlevel trim also flaunts Nissan’s touted 4-mode Integrated Control (I-Con) System that allows driver input of climate control and other cabin functions to be interfaced with selected throttle response for desired performance and economy.

New for the 2013 Juke SV AWD is an available Midnight Edition Package that boasts Sapphire Black mirror caps and rear spoiler as well as black 17-inch aluminum alloy wheels. Further available packages include the Chrome Accessory Package, with chrome body moldings and rear hatch adornments, and the Sport Accessory Package, with upgraded 17-inch wheels, added exterior accents and stainless steel exhaust tips. Of course, splash guards, upgraded cabin illumination and added exterior protection coatings all remain standalone options as does a memory-card-based navigation suite with 5-inch color display that combines with a rear-view camera and premium audio components.

Again, the ubiquitous turbocharged 1.6-liter inline 4-cylinder (I4) powerplant gives this AWD-equipped mini-ute its go. Sporting direct injection (DI) and variable valve timing (VVT), the blown four-banger remains hitched to the standard continuously variable transmission (CVT), with auto-manual Sport mode, for 188 hp and 177 lb-ft of torque. Estimated mileage, meantime, is pegged at 25 mpg city/30 highway, while the full-time AWD system stands ready to instantaneously divert torque from the wheels that slip to the wheels that grip when the snowflakes start to fly.

Again, this pint-size people-hauler sports standard 4-wheel antilock brakes (ABS), traction and stability control, front and rear head airbags, front side-mounted airbags and front head restraint whiplash protection as its major safety features. Additionally, a remote antitheft alarm comes standard, while front fog/driving lights remain available as a safety option.