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2014 Nissan Juke

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  2014 Nissan Juke NISMO RS 2015 Honda Fit, test drive around Ann Arbor, Michigan, Apr 2014
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Invoice $18,480 $15,119
25/32 29/41
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Bottom Line The 2014 Nissan Juke is part oddball, part exotic, and part awesomely different (although not all that practical) small car. Read Full Review The 2015 Honda Fit might not up the ante in sportiness, but it offers up exactly what urban small-car shoppers want in safety and convenience features—and it's still as good as some utility vehicles or vans with its wondrous, unmatched Magic Seat setup. Read Full Review
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  • Styling that's part cartoonish, part exotic
  • Pumped-up turbo four
  • Aggressively tuned suspension
  • Great seating position


  • Poor gas mileage for a small car
  • Small cargo area
  • All-wheel-drive is mostly for show, not traction
  • Rides harshly
  • Will it look as stylish a few years from now?


  • Inexpensive (but not cheap-feeling)
  • Spacious interior, marvelous seat folding
  • Class-leading safety equipment
  • Excellent gas mileage
  • Smart, stylish exterior


  • Engine noise
  • Front-seat comfort
  • Interior borders on busy
  • Not as much fun to drive as its predecessor
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