By Colin Bird on January 20, 2011
The Nissan Juke is an odd piece of work from an automaker that has already shown its eccentric side vis-à-vis the Cube and the Murano CrossCabriolet. The subcompact SUV is definitely fun to drive and affordable, according to Cars.com editor Kelsey Mays. But it has some pretty significant shortcomings, including an unusable backseat and an uncomfortably stiff ride. Perhaps the Juke’s polarizing looks can work in its favor, but that didn’t work for the poor-selling Cube.