What made you decide that the Juke was worth the extra money over a different Nissan model or did you even consider any other models?GRey1 wrote:24.9k out the door for a SV AWD-CVT. It's the Chrome Silver.
Can't get the picture from picasa to freakin' upload, so no pic. Sorry.
nissangirl74 wrote:What made you decide that the Juke was worth the extra money over a different Nissan model or did you even consider any other models?
It's funny that you mentioned this ^. The first thing Greg said when he saw it, "It needs to be lowered." Of course he says that about every car he sees.JukieMcJukerson wrote:ground clearance
Where in Conneticut? I am in Mass. I am just beginning to look at the Jukes. Test drove one and fell in love.espozuno wrote:MSRP on my Brand New Saphire Black Nissan Juke SV was $24,610 ( AWD CVT with Nav, rear spoiler, splash guards and Alarm impact sensor ). Invoice was $23,203 and I bought it for $22,151 here in Connecticut. .
I just went there and asked and said that was all I was willing to pay. Sometimes you have to haggle, but this time there wasn't much haggling, I just got the price I wanted!!Serkle K wrote:Just out of curiosity, how did you folks manage to get it for under the sticker and invoice pricing?
I'm a bad judge of cars in the snow as my previous vehicle was a Nissan Frontier 4X4 and no car can beat that as far as driving in the snow!! So when I bought the Juke, I wanted better gas mileage and that was what I had in mind as a #1 vehicle with AWD a close #2. The Juke does get good traction, I got out of my inclining snow covered driveway with ease but it still is not as good as my Frontier was.Swamplady wrote:Thanks! I'll take a look. It seems like everyone around me has S or SV, not an SLT. Let me know how it drives in the snow we're getting tonight!