Wednesday, June 01, 2011

2011 Nissan Juke Review

At first glance the 2011 Nissan Juke is something out of an animation studio: compact with a unique looking rear and curves that will make you think it has some secret compartment somewhere. Some say it is an ugly Crossover/SUV, but a closer look reveals it’s nothing more than a quirky vehicle looking to make some mark in a highly competitive automobile industry.

The 2011 Nissan Juke comes with a 1.6 L engine with 188 horsepower. It’s perfectly built for city driving, with a mileage of up to 32mpg in highway setting. Unfortunately, customers looking for power will not get much from the Juke.

But the surprising feature of the Nissan Juke is its adaptability. City driving or heavy traffic driving in this vehicle is a breeze thanks to its maneuverability. An impressive steering wheel and suspension greatly improves the driving experience. The AWD feature of the Nissan Juke doesn’t even limit its maneuverability as the AWD mode of the vehicle improves the vehicle’s traction.

Although the 2011 Nissan Juke has a very impressive exterior design, the inside structure is greatly flawed. The seats are comfortable but the backseat doesn’t give enough space for the passengers. You really have to lean forward so that your head will not bump on the vehicle roof. This is actually the biggest flaw of the vehicle – you’ll love the design but once you get inside with your friends, passengers in the back will complain of the seating space.

The 2011 Nissan Juke features an impressive design. But the lack of space at the back and power for off-road driving limits the appeal of the vehicle.


Nissan has numerous plans for Indian customers, lately the Company has announced that it will launch fabricate small and low-priced car with obedient degree, provide efficiency and cognition due to Micra's lusterless performance in Indian mart.

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