The Juke and What You Need to Know
2011 Nissan JUKE S
The performance of this small, four door vehicle is great. It's comfortable for a small person but not so much for a tall or heavy set person. The dash is easy to read but some of the controls are a bit confusing at times; for example, the controls to the A/C can be confused as turn controls only instead of a push and turn control. A label on the D-mode portion could be transferred over to help fix this problem. As for reliability, it is an extremely dependable car. It doesn't have any issues taking ice or snow. Long trips are that daunting when you have satellite radio and an Eco Mode to help you stretch your tank out longer. There is a drawback to the car though, and it possible is biggest flaw, the tire pressure sensors. These little guys roll around with your tire and they are supposed to be best buddies, but there days when it's too hot and the sensors will go off. If it gets too cold, they will go off. Now there is an easy fix to it, which is switching to nitrogen instead of using air. Other than that, is a really good car.