Nissan is a Japanese automobile manufacturing company that began building cars in 1933. Today, Nissan is known for reliable family cars, durable trucks and some of the most exciting sports cars ever made. Nissan introduced the Juke in the United States as a subcompact SUV crossover. Sales of the Juke ended in 2017 in the US. Owners can easily repair these fully modern crossover vehicles with confidence using a Nissan Juke service manual.
The Nissan Juke was introduced at a time when SUV sales were climbing, yet fuel efficiency and easy maneuverability were desirable traits. The Juke was aimed at a younger market, and featured many high-tech options and components to meet the desires of Americas tech-savvy buyers.
The style of the Juke set it apart. With clearly defined wheel arches, a high waist line and bulging bug-eye light arrays, the Juke certainly did not look like a classic Nissan product. Many of these crossovers are front wheel drive, but Nissan made an all-wheel drive option available on all models, minus the available manual transmission.
The power output in the standard trim is not spectacular, but buyers who wanted a little more could opt for the NISMO-prepped versions, one of which added a twin turbo charged V6 engine capable of producing 215 horsepower. In stock trim, the Juke makes an excellent city car and is very popular in urban cities where itís small size and ease of vision make it one of the best cars to park in congested lots and busy streets. The indicator lights sitting atop the front fenders have been described as a parking aid, as they give a clear indication of where the corners of the vehicle are when parking.
A few, hand-built models of the Juke, called simply the Juke-R, have been built using the Nissan GT-R sports cars 545 horsepower V6. At a cost of about $590,000, only six exist, but the reality of this vehicle means the do it yourself tuner can manage to get huge horsepower figures out of a Nissan Juke with the right combination of aftermarket parts and know how.
Many buyers want to service their Juke at home, and as a Nissan product, this is totally reasonable. When something goes awry, which it rarely does, the home mechanic can save lots of money making repairs themselves. A Nissan Juke workshop manual just like what the pros use makes it easy to maintain a Nissan Juke, and provides the needed instructions to completely overhaul any of the subcompact crossovers systems.