The Nissan Juke is a reliable subcompact SUV. In fact, gives it an excellent rating of 4.0 out of 5.0. Despite this rating, the Juke is last in RepairPal's lineup of seven subcompact SUVs.

The main issue is with the CVT gearbox fitted to the 1.6 petrol models; it has a poor reliability record, not least because repairs generally aren't possible and thus the entire gearbox tends to need replacing.

The JUKE is no longer but you'll continue to find everything that made the Nissan JUKE a crossover that defied expectations with the 2022 Nissan Kicks.

The Juke has quirky styling, a slightly sporty interior and driving modes that help you either drive economically or hit those twisty country roads with gusto.

The Note is the car most Juke owners (leasers) should have. Lighter, handles better, more space inside, easier to park. Better in every way.

It boasts a best of 35.8mpg with the hard-to-recommend CVT automatic gearbox, but with the manual gearbox and the largest 18-inch wheels this drops to a below-par 33.6mpg.

The Juke is predicted to hold on to its value considerably better than the Citroen C3 Aircross, but the Skoda Kamiq and T-Roc are expected to suffer depreciation at a slower pace.

With the new design, a powerful and fancy tech packed in the car, the Juke shall wear a price tag starting at around $20,000.

Nissan Juke is one of most reliable compact SUVs and can last very time. There are a lot of Nissan Jukes on road over 100,000 miles, still running greatly.

People of all ages drive them. In my area, it's 50/50 between older drivers and people in their 20's. It's also 50/50 between men and women drivers.

The Nissan Juke  is a subcompact crossover SUV (B-segment) produced by the Japanese car manufacturer Nissan since 2010.

The Nissan Juke is available with one petrol, which currently makes up the bulk of sales. Luckily the 1.0-litre DIG-T is a decent engine, which would likely be the top seller even if more choices were offered.

Finally we love the Nissan Finally we loved the heated seats as it makes a really comfortable ride. Without hesitation we would recommend the Nissan Juke as perfect family car

Despite the Nissan Juke having a funky interior design, material quality isn't the best and it's not the most comfortable car in its class.

Just one Juke is offered with four-wheel drive, meaning all other models are best left on road, rather than off it. The Nissan Juke has eye-catching looks and there's very little like it on the roads.