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I've had my Nissan Juke for 7 months. I find the inside roomy in the front but very tight in the back. The back doors are small and I find it difficult to get in the car. Although there are three seat belts in the back it only fits two people comfortably. The boot is tiddley. I do however like the fact it has layers and you can hide valuables. Economically wise I am very impressed. I save myself about £30 a month on petrol compared to my old Citroen. I like the gadgets the Nissan provide and have had an easy time setting everything up.
Over all I love the little Juke and with its quirky looks is lots of fun.
I've had this car for 2 years now. Reliability is excellent and the engine has enough oomph to overtake when necessary with decent acceleration. The ride is comfortable and front seats are too. The rear has enough room for average sized adults and the boot has enough room for a couple of medium sized suitcases.
Petrol consumption has improved as the engine has loosened and is satisfactory.
I'll definitely think of getting another Juke in about a year's time as I'm more than satisfied with this one.
Car is great, bit tight on room when 5 people in, boot is a waste of space, very poor design, cannot find a lower parcel shelf to allow me use of full boot, instead of plastic box they provide you with. Sometimes I have a wheelchair to go in the boot, so I have to completely empty the boot, put a cover over the spare wheel space (car did not come with a spare)and then remove the shelf attached to the rear window. boot is poorly designed, but great car to drive.
Nissan Juke Nismo...A nice 'sporty'looking car. Reasonably comfortable, though a little 'harder' ride as expected in the sports range. So far relatively reliable.
Not too spacious inside and boot space very small which is my main disappointment. Feel as far as fuel economy is concerned not too bad on a run but relatively high when only travelling locally.
Generally pleased with vehicle and would recommend if wanting something a little more trendy.
It is all that I was expecting, a smallish compact car with added height giving the ability to see other vehicles more clearly. Extremely economic & reliable. Boot area small so at times can be slightly impracticable. I have reversing camera which once used to is extremely useful and I would not want to be without one now.
Will exchange for another Juke when time relevant.
rear view visibilty is poor with small rear window hence the need for the rear camera & large wing mirrors.
Petrol consumption is poor and barely reaches 30mph in commuter traffic conditions.
All round I am happy with the car but this is not one for someone who drives a lot of miles per week
Excellent car with excellent trim. Leather seats are very comfortable, even in the back. More spacious than people may think.
Engine is very smooth, louder than my previous cars but doesn't bother me. I average around 50mpg, on long motorway runs I could get around 60+mpg. Very affordable.
An excellent middle range cross over car, comfortable, affordable, reliable and economic for short journeys and long trips. I like the layout and the driving position. WOuld definitely recommend for those who don't want to go down the full 4x4 route.
This motor vehicle proved to be of excellent value as I bought it Brand new. Good on fuel, But a little harsh ride, but acceptable, great visibility with superb gadgetry and most of all built in Britain. First class
I got this car originally because I had a problem getting in and out of low car seats but didn't want a huge car. This filled the bill but this is much more than that, an easy drive, comfortable and economic.
Decent alternative to run of the mill hot hatch , good looks and reasonable running costs . A bit of fun and fairly practical as well . The Juke is a fresh change to the normal styling of family cars .
Lovely exciting car to drive. A little thirsty but fun. Lots of hidden space. Lots of extras included that make it excellent value for money. So far very reliable. I would recommend it.
a cute looking imitation of a 4 by4. sport mode is punchy. having driven in my husband's qashqai i am jealous of the increased comfort and headlight symbol that the juke doesn't have.
The Nissan Juke offers a big car feel at an affordable price. The 1.6L 16v engine is powerful enough to keep out of trouble yet economical and fuel efficient. Overall a nice drive.
Great car especially for country roads and long journeys. Automotive gearbox quite sluggish. Loads of head room in front, not much in the back on side seats.
The Juke is fun to drive, economical and reliable. Has good all round vision. Good height. Good handling. Great boot. A little short of space at the back.
Querky, fun car to drive with excellent acceleration. Good choice of accessories including excellent rear camera.
Very pleased with car I would buy another one only in devil
an extremely efficent and comfortable car to drive
This is my first automatic,makes driving so easy