Nissan Juke Hybrid

Nissan Juke HybridNissan is looking to deliver hybrid version of its Nissan Juke. Nissan Juke Hybrid body style will be similar to the current Nissan Juke. The 2011 Nissan Juke is a four door hatchback available in three models: base S, well equipped Sv and leather lined Sl. Traditional equipment on the S contains 17 inch alloy wheels, full power options, cruise control, keyless entry, climate control, 60/40 split folding back seatings, a tilt helm, a trip computer, Bluetooth connectivity and a six dynamic audio with Cd player, Ipod integration, an optional stereo slot and helm mounted controls.

Nissan Juke Hybrid details:

Nissan Juke Hybrid
Inside Nissan Juke Hybrid (pic. 1)

The Sv adds a sunroof, back privacy glass, keyless ignition/entry, a leather wrapped helm, upgraded upholstery, radio, automatic conditioning and the Integrated Control (i Con) system. I Con allows one to select Normal, Sport and Eco (economy) options for throttle, steering and transmission (with the Cvt) response.

Nissan Juke Hybrid
Inside Nissan Juke Hybrid (pic. 2)

The Sl adds automatic headlights, foglights, leather upholstery, warmed front seatings, an upgraded stereo system (with a subwoofer and a Usb jack), a back-view monitor and an Sd card based navigator with real time traffic. Feature highlights for the S include a Sport suite (rear spoiler, stainless steel exhaust outlet and unique wheels), a Chrome suite (door handles, windows and side molding) and an Interior Illumination suite (accent lighting and illuminated door sill plates). The Sv can be had with those features as well as a Navigation suite (navigator plus the upgraded stereo system). The Sl likewise offers the Sport, Chrome and Interior Illumination packages.

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Inside Nissan Juke Hybrid (pic. 3)

The Juke's traditional safety equipment contains antilock disc brakes, stability and traction control, active front head restraints, front bench side airbags and side curtain airbags. In Expert brake testing, the Juke stopped from 60 mph in 123 feet, an average distance for a small vehicle.