Trying to decide what car I want / to look at more...

Asked by Aug 10, 2016 at 03:03 PM about the 2016 Nissan Juke NISMO RS AWD

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

So I actually don't know a whole lot about the different models of the juke
so I just selected one randomly from the list, so ignore that...
I am trying to decide what car is right for me and what types to look at.
I'm not sure if this helps or not, but some models I currently like are:
Crosstour, Maxima, Civic, Genesis-coupe, Scion-FRS, Juke, Murano,
Acura ZDX.
I like the sportier look but hate cars like the mustang due to the amount of
space in them. That's sort of why I am beginning to think the juke may be
out of question.. I love the way the car looks, but everything I have read
and everyone I have talked to says it's very small in the back seats and
cargo space. I drive a lot of people around and children around for work, so
I want something with more space in the back.. I do prefer to have a decent
amount of cargo space. So I am wondering if it's possible to find something
that offers a sportier look, with good space and features.I don't really care
about the brand as much.
Also, a couple of things I really would like is the interior features like are like
keyless ignition and remote starter, and the technology side on the dash.

5 Answers

15,695

Begin with a buyers check list to determine which type of vehicle you need, before considering a manufacture. Here is just one site that might be useful. http://www.military.com/off-duty/autos/10-steps-buying-a-new-car-1.html

28,555

WHY not consider the Subaru Outback, it has a lot of cargo capacity and its AWD system is legendary...

66,545

The Juke? That in my opinion is the ugliest car on the road today. Maybe it is a generational thing and I am getting too old. With that considered it is still ugly as sin. The Acura is probably the best car on your list for reliability and quality.

28,555

Hmm, I see that the original poster asked about this, "I do prefer to have a decent amount of cargo space." BUT, they also wrote this, "I currently like are: Crosstour, Maxima, Civic, Genesis-coupe, Scion-FRS, Juke, Murano, Acura ZDX.". Genesis Coupe??? Why don't you figure out what you really want??

I was more posting some of the types and styles of cars I liked hoping someone knew of a car that they could recommend to fit some or most of my preferences...

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