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When it comes to the ultimate sporty vehicles, many Montgomery drivers turn to Nissan, with its history of NISMO, the GT-R, and other similar models. The Nissan Juke-R is a unique combination of the Nissan Juke crossover and the supercar GT-R. They are rare and expensive, but there is an even more exclusive version that will arrive soon.
About the Juke-R
The Juke-R is hand-built and features wild bodywork, a racing roll cage, all-wheel drive, and the twin-turbocharged V6 engine from the GT-R, generating 545 horsepower. At about $590,000, it is no surprise that so far only six have been made, none of which has made it to the United States.
The Juke-R 2.0
Nissan announced that it will continue with this model but change its template. Instead of the old version, it will follow the Juke-R 2.0 Concept seen at Goodwood Festival of Speed in June. If you are lucky enough to see one of these vehicles, you will notice integrated turn signals on the mirrors, a new hood, new grille, and updated taillamps and headlamps, all of which will also be found on other Jukes. The Juke-R 2.0 also sees major updates to the rear and front carbon-fiber fascias in addition to carbon-fiber fender flares, tweaked side sills, and the wheels of the GT-R. Instead of the 3.8-liter turbocharged V6 drivers experienced before, the Juke-R 2.0 will run on the GT-R NISMO’s engine for 600 horsepower and 481 pound-feet.
The Juke-R 2.0 Availability
With such a high price tag and the fact that Juke-R models are built by hand, Nissan only plans to have up to 23 Juke-R models in total. The company picked 23 because this is the official number for Nissan — “Ni San” means 23 in Japanese. This means that 17 or fewer models of the Juke-R 2.0 will be built, meaning only a lucky few will even see one.
To find out more about the Nissan Juke-R 2.0 or enjoy the shared features with the more attainable Juke or GT-R models, head to Jack Ingram Nissan in Montgomery, Alabama.
Nissan strives to always provide Alabama drivers with the latest technologies and features in their vehicles, yet the 2016 lineup continues to amaze. The 2016 lineup features the all-new Nissan Maxima and the all-new TITAN XD pickup as well as significant refreshes to the Altima and Sentra. Here are just some of the exciting changes you can expect in the 2016 lineup.
The 2016 Nissan Frontier takes the existing, highly capable pickup and adds the option of a Magnetic Black, Gun Metallic, or Sunset Orange exterior. It also adds a moonroof to the Frontier Crew Cab SV. As before, you can pick from 4×2 and 4×4; King Cab and Crew Cab; and S, SV, PRO-4X, Desert Runner, and SL trims.
For 2016, the Rogue SL Premium Package is adding Forward Emergency Braking, and this trim level also gets NissanConnect Services from SiriusXM. Other changes affecting all or some trims include the addition of Siri Eyes Free, optional body-colored exterior mirrors featuring integrated turn signals, chrome door handles, and a Magnetic Black exterior color.
The 2016 Nissan Maxima is an all-new large sedan that will offer incredible technology, performance, and style. This model represents the 8th generation and is known as the “4-door sports car” in the Nissan lineup. It runs on a new 300-horsepower 3.5-liter V6 engine with over 60 percent new parts and has a new Xtronic transmission that is performance-oriented. Available upgrades include premium Ascot Leather-appointed seats, Predictive Forward Collision Warning, Intelligent Cruise Control, and Forward Emergency Braking.
For 2016, the stylish Nissan Juke adds the choice of two Personal package options, which will paint the outside mirrors as well as door handles and add yellow seat inserts, interior stitching, and a yellow center console. It also now comes with Siri Eyes Free and can still be configured as FWD or AWD in the S, SV, or SL model.
To learn more about any modes in the 2016 Nissan lineup or find out when they will be available, talk to the team at Jack Ingram Nissan in Montgomery, Alabama.
Anyone who has seen or driven the Nissan Juke in the past knows that it stands out from the crowd. With its unique exterior design and great features, the Juke has a reputation of being a fun, funky crossover. Starting this year, however, the Juke is going to get even more interesting. Now drivers have the chance to almost completely customize the exterior colors of their Juke with the Color Studio. We mocked up the Nissan Juke pictured above for any Auburn fans that might come into our dealership.
You can still pick one of the solid colors for your Juke if you want, but now you also have the ability to personalize the crossover in a way no affordable manufacturer has ever offered. In addition to picking the main color for the Juke’s exterior, you can also customize 12 parts of the vehicle by selecting individual colors. Select your favorite color for the rear roof spoiler, lower hatch accents, hatch handle finishers, 17-inch alloy wheels, side door sills, door handle covers, side mirror caps, wheel center cap, bumper accents (front and rear), and headlight trim rings.
Don’t expect to just have a few colors to pick from either. Nissan is going all out with the color studio, with around eight color choices for each specific location. This is in addition, of course, to the exterior body color choices: Gun Metallic, Bordeaux Black, Brilliant Silver, Cayenne Red, Pearl White, Red Alert, Cosmic Blue, Super Black, and Solar Yellow. This creativity means that the possible exterior color combinations for your Nissan Juke are seemingly limitless.
About the Juke
The Juke is an affordable yet sporty crossover with sport bucket seats, high performance, and state-of-the-art technology, such as NissanConnect. It has been a popular vehicle for those who like to stand out from the crowd and expect more from their SUVs.
Whether you want your Nissan Juke to be a solid color or you plan on taking full advantage of the Color Studio, the team at Jack Ingram Nissan in Montgomery, Alabama, can walk you through the customization process.