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The 2013 Nissan Juke turns heads--both approvingly and otherwise.
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styling that's two shakes away from robo-reptilian
Autoblog

mutt-ugly: the homely hound you adopt because it exudes quirkiness, promises friskiness and suggests an engaging personality.
USA Today

the subtlety of an atom bomb … the design is the most polarizing aspect
Motor Trend

The interior theme is “robobiotic,” says Nissan, meaning a fusion of organic and mechanical.
Car and Driver

bizarre mishmash of styling cues … It’s funky. It’s ugly. It’s funkly.
Inside Line

Living up to its name, the Nissan Juke zigs where the rest of the subcompact crossover market zags, and, depending on your point of view, either breaks free for the score or ends up behind the ball, wondering what happened.

The look of the Juke is all hips and bulges, swells and angles. It could even be called cartoonish. The tall, swooped fenders up front, the low-mounted headlights, blade-like turn signals, the predatory grille. Inside, it's more of the same with motorcycle-inspired gauges and shiny nylon upholstery.

But despite these odd choices on Nissan's part, there are many who love the Juke's look. It's irreverent, alternative, funky, and futuristic. There's an element of alien or insect organic inspiration throughout, at times edging up to superhero-like self-parody.

New for the 2013 Juke are three colors likely to make the offbeat design pop even more: Atomic Gold, Brilliant Silver, and Pearl White.

It's weird, it's small, it's sporty, and it's a Nissan. Consider us Juked.

Conclusion

The 2013 Nissan Juke turns heads--both approvingly and otherwise.

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