2016 Nissan Juke vs 2016 Honda HR-V
By definition alone, the Nissan Juke moves in a “zigzag fashion” across the automotive crossover segment. It really is a unique character that doesn’t keep quiet while zipping around town, filling the gap between a car and SUV.
Smock up and step into the Nissan Color Studio where things can really get loud: here you’ll have the opportunity to design the Nissan Juke exactly the way you want it. Custom design your 2016 Juke exactly as you please, whether this means bright blue side mirror caps and yellow door handles, or perhaps something sleek and a little more low key. You are the artist and the Juke, your blank canvas.
The smaller end of the crossover segment has quite the appeal to a variety of drivers and while the Juke is perhaps the more performance-enhanced option, at Glendale Nissan we would like to compare the 2016 Nissan Juke vs 2016 Honda HR-V for all of our potential Nissan-buyers in the Glendale Heights, IL area.
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|28 city/34 hwy mpg||Fuel Economy Rating||28 city/35 hwy mpg|
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2016 Nissan Juke: Crossover into Practical Performance
The Juke is no Joke, not if you’re in search of a vehicle that doesn’t blend in and isn’t a bore. Four of the five trim levels are equipped with a 1.6L inline 4-cylinder that is capable of 188-horsepower, while the high performance, top-of-the-line Nismo RS fires up 215 horses. With all this turbocharged power, efficiency isn’t sacrificed; in fact, it still maintains a respectable fuel economy rating of 25 city/ 31 hwy mpg.
And while the 2016 HR-V fits nicely within the Honda family, falling in line behind the medium sized CR-V and the larger Pilot. The Nissan Juke likewise fits within the well-versed crossover family the automaker has created as the most compact crossover option. An agile and well-equipped performance devil, the Juke is able to seat five passengers and do a little additional hauling when need be. It’s the vehicle that families and performance enthusiasts can agree upon yet still argue about who gets the keys. Excuse us--not keys, because the Nissan Juke, like many of its family members, features keyless ignition and entry as well as full power accessories, Bluetooth phone connectivity, a six-speaker sound system with a 5-inch color interface and more even in its most standard form.
Stop by Glendale Nissan to see the Juke in person and take it for a spin. It truly is a compact crossover bred to thrill but not forget its purpose to deliver a smooth, comfortable, and practical ride.