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The 2013 Nissan Juke doesn't boast great gas mileage, especially considering its subcompact dimensions.
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2013 Nissan Juke: 27/32 mpg, or 29 mpg combined (front-drive CVT); 25/31 mpg or 27 mpg combined (front-drive, manual); 25/30 mpg, or 27 mpg combined (all-wheel drive, CVT)
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we saw a measly 22 mpg combined.
Autoblog

What it doesn't deliver is good mileage for a small car.
USA Today

the Juke's EPA fuel economy of 27 city/32 highway mpg is a solid showing.
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The 2013 Nissan Juke isn't, strictly speaking, bad on gas mileage. It's just that it's not very good, either, especially in the real world.

While the EPA rates the 2013 Juke at up to 32 mpg highway and 27 mpg city (in front-drive, CVT trim), the manual model scores just 25/31 mpg and the all-wheel-drive Juke rates 25/30 mpg.

In our real-world experience with the Juke, we've seen average figures around 24-27 mpg in daily driving. That's well below the 27-29 mpg combined EPA rating, and not particularly strong performance for a subcompact with a 1.6-liter turbo four-cylinder engine.

The Juke is, however, somewhat sporty, with 188 horsepower and a willingness to run free. Still, taken against competition like the Hyundai Accent (30/40 mpg city/highway) or the Ford Focus (28/38 mpg) the Juke falls short.

Conclusion

The 2013 Nissan Juke doesn't boast great gas mileage, especially considering its subcompact dimensions.

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