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2013 Nissan Juke Nismo
If you love sporty cars and are looking for a great 2013 Nissan, the Nissan Juke has as a model just for you. It is called the 2013 Nissan Juke Nismo and it features a lot of amazing new features that you won't typically see in your regular Nissan Juke. Features Led turn signals and 18 inch aluminum wheels as well as a rear roof spoilers. Charles Wiles from Don Marshall does an incredible job with this Nissan Juke review and walk around. You will notice that this version of the Nissan Juke looks a little different than the traditional version. It is lower the ground. The inside features suede bucket seats to hold you in place when taking tight curves as well as a suede steering wheel, luxury for your hands. To learn more about the 2013 Nissan Juke Nismo, be sure to check out the link here: Don Marshall Auto 1147 South Highway 27 Somerset, KY 42501-3034 Sales: (606) 678-8178.

2014 Nissan Juke Nismo | Review | Test drive | Continental Nissan 7083529200 The hearts of Japanese sports-cars lovers warm a bit when the word NISMO is mentioned. It stands for nothing less than Nissan Motorsport, and this proud badge has graced some all-time heroes, such as modified Z cars and Skyline GT-R models. Now Nissan is launching a NISMO version of its quirky Juke crossover, and Pierre Loing, vice president of product planning for Nissan America, promises "a whole new dimension of sporty style and driving exhilaration." Can the Juke NISMO live up to the promise? Certainly not based on straight-line performance: Its 1.6-liter, four-cylinder turbo—not an overly zealous unit—features only a modest power and torque Boost. Output is raised from 188 horsepower at 5600 rpm to 197 at 6000 rpm; torque rises from 177 to 184 lb-ft, in both cases available between 2000 and 5200 rpm. Like the regular Juke, the NISMO version is offered with either a notchy six-speed manual and front-wheel drive, or a decidedly mushy CVT automatic and all-wheel drive. Nissan does not provide any performance data for the U.S. market, but in Europe, where the Juke NISMO receives the same upgrades, the performance improvements are meager. Fuel consumption is predicted at 27 mpg city/32 highway for the front-wheel-drive version and 25 mpg city/30 highway for the all-wheel-drive model. The Exhaust is louder, if only slightly so.