2017 Nissan Juke S Glendale Heights IL
When you work in the automotive industry, trim levels or grades are just a fact of life. For shoppers, it can be a different story. You’re probably aware that you can purchase different available features, but many times these come in the form of trim levels rather than packages or features you can select a la carte. When you see a price for a model, it’s frequently the lowest starting price for the very base trim. In the case of the 2017 Nissan Juke, the S trim level is the base one. So what can Glendale Heights IL shoppers expect when they stop by our dealership for a test drive?
The 2017 Nissan Juke has a starting MSRP of $20,250, with varying prices depending on trim level, transmission selection, color options, packages, drivetrain selection and more. It also doesn’t take into account dealership fees, tax, licensing or destination charges. On the flip side, it also doesn’t take into account national incentives, dealership sales or different programs. Pricing can actually vary wildly, and we find it often works in your favor.
|1.6-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder||Rearview monitor||5-person seating capacity|
|188 horsepower||Bluetooth||86.7 cu. ft. passenger volume|
|177 lb-ft of torque||Nissan Intelligent Key w/push-button ignition||10.5 cu. ft. cargo volume|
|Available torque vectoring AWD||5-inch color monitor||35.9 cu. ft. max cargo volume (rear seats down)|
How does the S trim level compare for the Nissan Juke?
Though it may look different from other options in its segment, the 2017 Nissan Juke is a compact crossover. This means it provides plenty of utility and a host of fun features, while continuing to present shoppers with a unique aesthetic.
We think the Nissan Juke S comes with all the essentials for today’s driver, from Bluetooth and push-button start to standard power features and a rearview monitor, but we understand that many shoppers want extras. The Nissan Juke comes in a total of five trim levels: S, SV, SL, Nismo and Nismo RS. The SV adds on a power moonroof, heated sloth seat trim, SiriusXM (subscription not included) and I-CON system with Automatic Temperature Control.
Next up is the SV trim, with highlights that include Navigation, leather-appointed seats, Rockford Fosgate ecoPUNCH audio and the Around View monitor. Nismo trims back a punch with Nismo-tuned suspension and body kit, while the Nismo RS is the only model with a 215-horsepower engine, Nismo sport brakes and Nismo-tuned exhaust. So how does the 2017 Nissan Juke S compare to other trims? It’s just a start, but a fantastic one for those who don’t need all the finest premium features.