Despite its small size and funky form factor, the 2013 Nissan Juke is right in the mainstream of features and options, though you'll want to watch the bottom line, as it can grow as the extras add up.
The base model is the Juke S, which comes standard with 17-inch wheels, an AM/FM/CD sound system with auxiliary input and Bluetooth; power locks, mirrors, and windows; keyless entry; and a split-folding 60/40 rear seat.
Stepping up to the mid-range Juke SV, you get a moonroof; push-button start; satellite radio; the I-CON system; automatic temperature control; and a leather-wrapped steering wheel. The SV upgrade costs about $1,600.
The top-trim 2013 Juke is the SL, which adds navigation; leather-trimmed seats; and an 8-inch Rockford Fosgate subwoofer with six upgraded speakers. New for 2013, a rearview monitor camera system is included on SV models. The SL upgrade adds about $2,300 to the SV's price.
Optional extras include torque-vectoring all-wheel drive (though if you choose AWD, you'll have to take the CVT transmission that comes with it); on lower-tier models, navigation; USB input; and upgraded stereo options.
A new-for-2013 Midnight Edition Package is also available.
The 2013 Juke is packed with a solid selection of standard and available entertainment and other gear, plus a smattering of available appearance enhancements, but piling on the options can quickly push the Juke's price out of bargain territory.