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    My bestfriend's mom has a Juke, and I really like it. Its a spunky little car, but they're surprisingly big on the inside. Comfortable ride too. Can't comment on driving it though, just riding in it.
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    In 2010, a pet project of Nissan engineers was to stuff the drivetrain of the GT-R sports sedan under the hood of a Juke. Result: the Juke-R, a show car with 480 hp and all wheel drive.

    Today, Nissan announced that they will produce a limited run of Juke-R models for sale to the public. Using the drivetrain from 2012 version of the GT-R, the Juke-R will pack 540 hp. No price or delivery date was announced, but the Juke-R is likely to cost somewhat more than a GT-R.

    Now the bad news -- the Juke-R may not come to USA. The first cars will be delivered to customers in Europe and the Middle East.

    More information here
    http://www.autoblog.com/2012/05/03/n...n-run-w-video/

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    Quote Originally Posted by haven View Post
    In 2010, a pet project of Nissan engineers was to stuff the drivetrain of the GT-R sports sedan under the hood of a Juke. Result: the Juke-R, a show car with 480 hp and all wheel drive.

    Today, Nissan announced that they will produce a limited run of Juke-R models for sale to the public. Using the drivetrain from 2012 version of the GT-R, the Juke-R will pack 540 hp. No price or delivery date was announced, but the Juke-R is likely to cost somewhat more than a GT-R.

    Now the bad news -- the Juke-R may not come to USA. The first cars will be delivered to customers in Europe and the Middle East.

    More information here
    http://www.autoblog.com/2012/05/03/n...n-run-w-video/
    Just read about it here:

    http://jalopnik.com/5907318/nissan-t...=Nissan-Juke-R
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