2014 Nissan Juke Keeps Old Price, Adds Packages

2014 Nissan Juke Keeps Old Price, Adds Packages

Nissan just announced pricing for the 2014 model year Juke and while the tags haven’t changed, the company is offering new content packages for its fun-to-drive crossover.

New for the 2014 model year, Nissan is offering two “custom” equipment packages: called the Midnight Edition and the Sport Package. Customers who choose the Midnight Edition will get unique 17-inch wheels, a black roof spoiler, matching mirror caps and dark window tint.

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The sport package includes a body-colored spoiler, 17-inch wheels (different than the Midnight Edition) and a stainless steel exhaust tip. Nissan neglected to announce what either of these packages will cost.

Pricing still starts at $19,800 including delivery. For that price, customers get the base “S” model with a CVT and front-wheel drive. There’s also an available six-speed manual transmission, but it doesn’t come in until the SV trim level, which costs an extra $2,000. Things top out with the CVT-equipped SL model with all-wheel drive, which starts at $26,800.

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