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2012 Nissan JUKE S

2012 Nissan JUKE S - 122,300 mi

Chantilly, VA (7 mi) - Listed 18 days ago
  • $1,899 below market price
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2015 Nissan JUKE NISMO

2015 Nissan JUKE NISMO - 56,168 mi

Woodbridge, VA (31 mi) - Listed 263 days ago
  • $2,167 below market price
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  • low annual miles
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2012 Nissan JUKE SV

2012 Nissan JUKE SV - 122,123 mi

Sterling, VA (5 mi) - Listed 32 days ago
  • $1,708 below market price
  • 1 price drop in 33 days
$9,499
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2011 Nissan JUKE SV

2011 Nissan JUKE SV - 116,480 mi

Stafford, VA (43 mi) - Listed 316 days ago
  • $2,015 below market price
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  • 8 price drops in 317 days
$9,300
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2013 Nissan JUKE SL

2013 Nissan JUKE SL - 40,419 mi

Frederick, MD (27 mi) - Listed 81 days ago
  • $829 below market price
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  • 1-owner, low annual miles
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2012 Nissan JUKE SL

2012 Nissan JUKE SL - 113,403 mi

Arlington, VA (23 mi) - Listed 20 days ago
  • $795 below market price
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2017 Nissan JUKE SL

2017 Nissan JUKE SL - 40,807 mi

- Listed 12 days ago
  • $1,298 below market price
  • low annual miles
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2013 Nissan JUKE NISMO

2013 Nissan JUKE NISMO - 134,955 mi

Arlington, VA (23 mi) - Listed 24 days ago
  • $416 below market price
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2017 Nissan JUKE SV

2017 Nissan JUKE SV - 60,293 mi

Glen Burnie, MD (46 mi) - Listed 44 days ago
  • $799 below market price
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$19,338
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2014 Nissan JUKE S

2014 Nissan JUKE S - 45,000 mi

Woodbridge, VA (31 mi) - Listed 307 days ago
  • $1,111 below market price
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$16,996
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2012 Nissan JUKE S

2012 Nissan JUKE S - 119,235 mi

Laurel, MD (37 mi) - Listed 7 days ago
  • $242 above market price
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2015 Nissan JUKE SV

2015 Nissan JUKE SV - 111,725 mi

Glen Burnie, MD (46 mi) - Listed 35 days ago
  • $239 below market price
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  • 1 price drop in 36 days
$14,990
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2016 Nissan JUKE SL

2016 Nissan JUKE SL - 63,407 mi

- Listed 29 days ago
  • $97 above market price
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  • 1 price drop in 30 days
$18,590
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2016 Nissan JUKE SL

2016 Nissan JUKE SL - 59,843 mi

- Listed 24 days ago
  • $305 above market price
  • low annual miles
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2013 Nissan JUKE S

2013 Nissan JUKE S - 99,139 mi

Sykesville, MD (37 mi) - Listed 26 days ago
  • $445 above market price
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$13,780
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2016 Nissan JUKE SL

2016 Nissan JUKE SL - 50,592 mi

- Listed 83 days ago
  • $63 above market price
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  • 2 price drops in 84 days
$19,990
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2015 Nissan JUKE SL

2015 Nissan JUKE SL - 48,921 mi

- Listed 21 days ago
  • $783 above market price
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2015 Nissan JUKE SL

2015 Nissan JUKE SL - 54,823 mi

- Listed 19 days ago
  • $784 above market price
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  • 1 price drop in 20 days
$18,990
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2014 Nissan JUKE SL

2014 Nissan JUKE SL - 37,555 mi

- Listed 57 days ago
  • $804 above market price
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2014 Nissan JUKE SL

2014 Nissan JUKE SL - 52,312 mi

- Listed 89 days ago
  • $512 above market price
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  • 1 price drop in 90 days
$17,990
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Nissan Juke Model Review

The Nissan Juke is a compact crossover SUV with front-wheel drive (FWD) or available all-wheel drive (AWD). The Juke debuted as a 2011 model and was produced through the 2017 model year, when it was replaced by the 2018 Nissan Kicks. Recent models of Juke cost between $9,883 and $17,499.

Nissan Juke Pros

  • Available AWD with torque vectoring
  • >Performance-inspired cockpit
  • Responsive turbocharged engine

Nissan Juke Cons

  • Polarizing exterior styling
  • Manual transmission only available with FWD
  • Tight luggage space behind second row

Is the Nissan Juke a Good Family Car?

The Nissan Juke is a good family car for a small family with young children, but might not be so good for a growing family with teenagers. Second-row legroom is limited to 32.1 inches, and hip room is just 48.4 inches, which means more than two full-size (or big kids) will not be comfortable. Still, the Nissan Juke is an affordable compact crossover and gets good gas mileage, so many families may find it a smart choice for a second car, or even as a first car for a new driver.

Did Nissan discontinue the Juke?

Nissan discontinued selling the Juke in North America after the 2017 model year, replacing it with the Kicks. A redesigned version of the Juke continues to be produced and sold in the United Kingdom, Europe, and a few other markets, in some places alongside the Kicks.

Are Nissan Jukes Good in the Snow?

Nissan Jukes are good in the snow, both in FWD and AWD trim. The Juke’s weight is distributed 63/37 over the front wheels in FWD, 60/40 in AWD, which gives the crossover naturally good traction. The Juke has a minimum of 7.0 inches of ground clearance, which will help it in the snow. The Juke came from the factory with all-season tires – not a good choice for deep snow or snowy climates. But swap out those tires and wheels for a cold weather set, and the Juke will cruise through winter without a problem.

Does Nissan Juke Have Turbo?

The Nissan Juke has a turbocharger with an intercooler as standard equipment. It also has sequential direct injection, an upgrade over conventional fuel injection. The combination of a turbocharger and direct injection helps the Juke to squeeze the most power out of its fuel – which is a good thing, because Nissan recommends premium unleaded (91-octane) gasoline for the best performance.

Nissan Juke – 2011–2017:

The Nissan Juke was introduced as a 2011 model and remained in Nissan North America’s lineup through the 2017 model year. The Juke is a compact crossover SUV, and is distinguished by its quirky exterior design and sporty turbocharged engine with available AWD, an unusual choice in a class dominated by fuel-efficient economy vehicles. The Juke’s headlight/running light arrangement is instantly recognizable. The big round halogen headlights are in the middle part of the front fascia, while the running lights are mounted on top of the front fenders, and available fog lamps are in the lower front fascia. Because of the Juke’s rounded, scarab-like body shape, the lights give the crossover a bug-like appearance, love it or hate it. The quickly sloping roofline and short overhang complete the profile. Inside, Nissan’s designers took inspiration from sport motorcycles. The instrument panel and center console, in particular, would look at home on a two-wheeler. Base models come with a sporty cloth interior, while upper trim and performance models can be fitted with flashy leather. The Juke isn’t just a sporty styling exercise, though. Its base engine is a turbocharged 1.6-liter inline four-cylinder with gasoline direct injection, tuned to put out 188 hp and 177 lb-ft of torque. The Juke uses a six-speed manual transmission or continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT). FWD is standard, and AWD is available (CVT only). AWD models come with torque vectoring, a technology that directs torque to the outer rear wheel during cornering maneuvers, helping the Juke turn quicker. It’s a subtle, yet effective technique that improves handling. FWD versions of the Juke come with independent strut suspension up front, and a torsion beam in the rear. AWD versions use the same front suspension but are upgraded to a multi-link independent rear suspension. With the combination of AWD, torque vectoring, and multi-link rear, the AWD versions of the Juke handle confidently around corners and deliver a more compliant ride overall. Starting in the 2013 model year, Nissan added a Juke NISMO (NISsan MOtorsports) model to the lineup. Like the base models, the Juke NISMO came with FWD or available AWD, a six-speed manual or CVT, and a 1.6-liter inline four-cylinder engine – but this one is tuned to 197 hp and 184 lb-ft of torque. The NISMO’s suspension is lowered. Steering, transmission, and throttle settings are sharpened in the NISMO for sportier performance. In 2014, the Juke NISMO RS was added, a further enhanced sporty Juke. The RS took advantage of NISMO’s racing aftermarket catalog, adding a limited-slip differential, close-ratio six-speed manual transmission with triple-cone synchros in 1st and second gears, a strengthened clutch cover, oversize vented disc brakes with upgraded brake pads, Recaro seats, and smoked light covers. The 1.6-liter turbo was tuned to put out 215 hp and 210 lb-ft of torque with the six-speed manual, or 211 hp and 184 lb-ft of torque with the CVT. Fuel economy figures for the Juke run from 23 mpg city/31 mpg highway for FWD/6MT models, 27 mpg city/32 mpg highway for FWD/CVT models to 25 mpg city/30 mpg highway for AWD/CVT models. Juke NISMO gets the same estimates, while the RS is rated at 25 mpg city/31 mpg highway (FWD) and 25 mpg city/20 mpg highway (AWD). Shop for the 2011-2017 Nissan Juke

2011–2017 Nissan Juke Trim Levels:

  • S: FWD and CVT standard, AWD available, 188-hp turbocharged 1.6-liter I-4 engine, 17-inch aluminum-alloy wheels, all-season tires, flat-tricot cloth seat trim, Bluetooth hands-free, power windows and door locks, AM/FM/CD audio with six speakers
  • SV: FWD and 6MT standard, FWD and CVT available, AWD and CVT available, adds premium suede-tricot cloth seat trim, power-sliding glass moonroof, automatic temperature control, Nissan Intelligent Key with push-button ignition, passenger seatback pocket, leather-wrapped steering wheel
  • SL: Adds leather-appointed seats, heated front seats, rearview monitor, USB connection port for iPod, upgraded speakers and Rockford Fosgate 8-inch subwoofer, navigation system with 5.0-inch touchscreen monitor
  • NISMO: Adds 197-hp turbocharged 1.6-liter I-4 engine, NISMO-tuned suspension, front and rear stabilizer bars, ventilated disc brakes, chrome exhaust finisher, 18-inch NISMO alloy wheels, NISMO body kit, front grille, and mirror covers, NISMO synthetic suede front sport bucket seats, NISMO Alcantara/leather-wrapped steering wheel, NISMO shift knob
  • NISMO RS: Adds 215-hp turbocharged 1.6-liter I-4 engine. AWD and CVT available with 211-hp engine, single stainless-steel exhaust, summer tires, Recaro front bucket seats, simulated carbon-fiber instrument panel and console inserts, chrome/metal-look interior accents, simulated suede upholstered dashboard, simulated suede door trim insert and seat trim

Running Changes to the 2011 – Present Nissan Juke:

  • 2011: All-new Nissan Juke debuts with S, SV, and SL trim levels
  • 2012: No changes
  • 2013: Midnight Edition accessory group debuts, including 17-inch Black wheels, a Sapphire Black rear roof spoiler and mirror caps, three new exterior colors (Atomic Gold, Brilliant Silver, and Pearl White), NISMO trim level
  • 2014: Sport package debuts, including a body-color rear spoiler, stainless-steel exhaust finisher, NISMO RS trim level debuts
  • 2015: Revised exterior design with LED accent lamps, projector beam headlights, three new exterior colors (Super Black, Solar Yellow, Cosmic Blue), rearview monitor, Nissan Intelligent Key with push-button start, hands-free text-messaging assistant now standard on all models, NissanConnect with navigation, mobile apps, around view monitor with moving object detection available, Juke Color Studio personalization program for owners to customize colors of certain exterior and interior pieces debuts
  • 2016: “Stinger Edition by Color Studio” black and yellow packages for SV
  • 2017: New 17-inch machine-finished aluminum-alloy wheels on SV and SL, Cold Weather package contents now included on SV as standard

Nissan Juke versus the Competition

Nissan Juke versus Nissan Kicks

Nissan replaced the Juke with the Kicks in North America after the 2017 model year. The Kicks came with a tamer exterior design, replacing the Juke’s eccentric lighting design with a more conventional set of headlights and running lights and smoothing out the muscular body. The Kicks is about seven inches longer than the Juke, and can handle up to 25.3 cubic feet of luggage behind the second row (up from the Juke’s 10.5 cubic-foot capacity). The Juke’s base turbocharged 1.6-liter engine outperforms the Kicks’ naturally aspirated (non-turbo) 1.6, offering 188 hp versus the Kick’s 125 hp, giving the Juke a substantial performance advantage.

Nissan Juke versus Nissan Rogue

The Nissan Rogue is a larger crossover SUV than the Nissan Juke, about 20 inches longer and riding on a wheelbase about seven inches longer. This translates into more interior space in the Rogue, both for passengers and cargo. The Rogue uses a naturally aspirated 2.5-liter inline four-cyclinder engine (181 hp/181 lb-ft of torque), while the Juke uses a turbocharged 1.6-liter inline four-cylinder (188 hp/177 lb-ft of torque). Both SUVs are FWD with available AWD. Surprisingly, the Rogue is rated at 30 mpg combined while the Juke tops out at 29 mpg combined, and the Rogue achieves its performance using regular unleaded gas, while the Juke asks for premium unleaded (raising the Juke’s operating costs).

Nissan Juke versus Toyota C-HR

The Nissan Juke and the Toyota C-HR are each compact crossover SUVs with quirky styling. The C-HR is a bit larger than the Juke, about 7.5 inches longer and riding on a 103.9-inch wheelbase vs. the Juke’s 99.6-inch wheelbase. Much of the additional size is given to cargo space, as the C-HR can swallow up to 19 cubic feet of luggage behind its second row, while the Juke is limited to 10.5 cubic feet. The second row of seating is almost equally cramped in each vehicle, appropriate for kids on short rides. The C-HR uses a naturally aspirated 2.0-liter inline four-cylinder engine (144 hp/139 lb-ft of torque), while the Juke has its turbocharged 1.6-liter (188 hp/177 lb-ft of torque). The Juke is available with AWD, while the C-HR is FWD only. The two vehicles get nearly identical fuel economy, but Nissan recommends premium unleaded for the Juke, which is pricier.

Nissan Juke versus Kia Soul

When it comes to quirky fun, the Nissan Juke and the Kia Soul each have a claim in the compact crossover category. The Soul is a cube-shaped wagon, while the Juke is an unconventional small crossover. In terms of utility, the Soul has more luggage space and cargo capacity. Over the course of production (2009 model year – present), the Soul has used a variety of engines and transmissions. The most potent is a turbocharged 1.6-liter with direct gasoline injection (201 hp/195 lb-ft of torque), a healthy amount over the Juke’s 188 hp and 177 lb-ft of torque. The Soul matches its turbo with a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission (DCT), while the Juke uses a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT), a less desirable choice for performance. The Soul was also offered as an electric vehicle (EV) in some states, while the Juke is gasoline-only.

What is the average price for Used Nissan Juke? How many are for sale and priced below market?

  • 386 cars for sale found, starting at $4,695
  • Average price for Used Nissan Juke: $15,040
  • 90 deals found. Average savings of $1,359
  • Save up to $3,690 below estimated market price

What Is The Average Price Of A Used Nissan Juke By Model Year?

Year Average Price Deals Listings
2017 Nissan Juke for Sale Near Me $19,098 Save $3,583 on 19 deals 76 listings
2016 Nissan Juke for Sale Near Me $17,197 Save $4,054 on 36 deals 135 listings
2015 Nissan Juke for Sale Near Me $16,628 Save $3,690 on 45 deals 189 listings
2014 Nissan Juke for Sale Near Me $14,288 Save $3,947 on 52 deals 209 listings
2013 Nissan Juke for Sale Near Me $12,976 Save $3,857 on 67 deals 234 listings
2012 Nissan Juke for Sale Near Me $11,176 Save $3,235 on 36 deals 141 listings
2011 Nissan Juke for Sale Near Me $9,605 Save $2,801 on 54 deals 132 listings

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Price of Used Nissan JUKE in top 10 Cities

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Nissan Juke in Houston $14,799 Save $3,605 on 8 deals 46 listings
Nissan Juke in Atlanta $15,697 Save $2,830 on 4 deals 30 listings
Nissan Juke in Dallas $13,850 Save $3,487 on 9 deals 39 listings
Nissan Juke in Chicago $14,202 Save $3,093 on 8 deals 41 listings
Nissan Juke in Miami $11,957 Save $3,857 on 12 deals 20 listings
Nissan Juke in Los Angeles $13,727 Save $3,784 on 16 deals 33 listings
Nissan Juke in Philadelphia $13,938 Save $3,234 on 9 deals 29 listings
Nissan Juke in San Antonio $15,158 Save $599 on 1 deal 14 listings
Nissan Juke in Phoenix $13,434 Save $2,755 on 14 deals 25 listings
Nissan Juke in Orlando $14,536 Save $1,896 on 5 deals 20 listings

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Average Price of Used Nissan Juke Trims

Trim Average Price Listings Specs
Used Nissan Juke S
(2011-2017)
$13,842 412 Listings
Body Style Wagon
Drive Train AWD, FWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Nissan Juke SL
(2011-2017)
$14,704 368 Listings
Body Style Wagon
Drive Train AWD, FWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Nissan Juke SV
(2011-2017)
$14,088 272 Listings
Body Style Wagon
Drive Train AWD, FWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Nissan Juke NISMO
(2013-2017)
$15,830 92 Listings
Body Style Wagon
Drive Train AWD, FWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Nissan Juke NISMO RS
(2014-2017)
$17,666 28 Listings
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Drive Train AWD, FWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Test Drive Reviews

2014 Nissan JUKE

Can you name an SUV or a car for that matter that is being sold today that is as polarizing and unique to behold as the daring 2014 Nissan Juke? Even the bizarro Nissan Cube with its asymmetrical angles and oddball details doesn't hold a candle to the unique set of thought that went into creating the Juke. But is it Nissan's greatest SUV triumph or an epic fail that just so happens to also look like an endangered Amazonian river toad? Let's have a closer look, shall we?

There are currently three different trim levels of 2014 Nissan Juke available and starting prices for the basic S models start at $18,990 with that amount getting you standard air conditioning, power windows, door locks, Bluetooth, an AM/FM/CD audio system with 6-speakers and USB/i-Pod connectivity, steering wheel mounted audio controls, cruise control, 17-inch alloys and a CVT automatic transmission. Additionally, if you need the security of torque vectoring all-wheel drive which can apportion power individually to wheels that lose traction in inclement weather, this option adds $2,000 but also gives the Juke a fully independent rear suspension which increases handling capability.

Our favorite model is definitely the mid-line 2014 Nissan Juke SV as it comes very nicely equipped at $20,990 to start and can be ordered with front wheel drive and a manual gearbox that gives the Juke the control and motoring moves of a hot hatch. Standard extras for SV include automatic climate controls meshed with an engine/throttle mapping alteration system with controls in the dash called i-Con, a power moonroof, premium cloth upholstery, a leather wrapped steering wheel, push button start, keyless entry and tinted glass. Add all-wheel drive and the CVT to the SV and the price goes to $23,680 and that's before you are tempted by the $1,170 Navigation Package which adds in-dash navigation, a back-up camera and a Rockford Fosgate audio system with upgraded speakers and XM Traffic.

This then leads us up to our top of the line trim known as the SL which comes with leather seating surfaces, the premium Rockford Fosgate audio with 8 inch amplifier as standard, heated front seats, in-dash navigation, a back-up camera, a CVT automatic all for a price starting at $24,290 for front-drive and $25,990 for all-wheel drive models. In addition, each trim level can be ordered with the $1,200 Midnight Edition Package which adds 17-inch blacked out alloys, black side mirror covers and a black rear roof spoiler.

2013 Nissan JUKE

Can you name an SUV or a car for that matter that is being sold today that is as polarizing and unique to behold as the daring 2013 Nissan Juke? Even the bizarro Nissan Cube with its asymmetrical angles and oddball details doesn't hold a candle to the unique set of thought that went into creating the Juke. But is it Nissan's greatest SUV triumph or an epic fail that just so happens to also look like an endangered Amazonian river toad? Let's have a closer look, shall we?

How much is a Nissan JUKE?

How long do Nissan JUKEs last?

Nissan JUKE

  • The Nissan JUKE is the 3rd most reliable vehicle in the subcompact SUV category, with a reliability score of 6.3.
  • Approximately 0% of all Nissan JUKEs on the road have reached 200,000 miles or more, which compares to an average of 0.9% for the subcompact SUV category
  • The best-ranked subcompact SUV for reliability is the Jeep Compass

See below for the reliability scores of various cars in the subcompact SUV category:

Jeep Compass   7.3
Mitsubishi Outlander Sport   7.2
MINI Countryman   7.1
FIAT 500X   6.9
Mazda CX-3   6.1
Chevrolet Trax   6.1
Jeep Renegade   6.0
Hyundai Kona   5.9
Ford EcoSport   5.8
Nissan Rogue Sport   5.7
Subaru Crosstrek   5.6
Honda HR-V   5.6
Toyota C-HR  
Mazda CX-30  
Kia Seltos  
Chevrolet TrailBlazer  
Hyundai Venue  
Nissan Kicks  

Is the Nissan JUKE a good car?

Nissan JUKE

  • The Nissan JUKE earns an ISC quality score of 7.5 based on its reliability, value retention and safety ratings.
  • The Nissan JUKE is ranked 4th in quality in the subcompact SUV category, with the Jeep Patriot ranked just above it and the Jeep Compass ranked just below it
  • The best-ranked subcompact SUV for quality is the Subaru XV Crosstrek

See our full list of the Best Subcompact SUVs.

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