2011 Nissan Juke consumer reviews

$19,570–$21,070 MSRP range
side view of 2011 Juke Nissan
86% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.1
  • Interior design 4.3
  • Performance 4.5
  • Value for the money 4.4
  • Exterior styling 4.6
  • Reliability 4.3
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Fun to drive , comfortable, sporty small SUV

Great for one or two people - fun to drive , holds the road well sand like the all wheel drive option. Really has some get away power with the standard turbo and supr comfortable front leather bucket seats


Fun and Stylish!

The Turbocharged engine will make you want to use this car more than what you need it! And if you get into weather conditions of snow or rain you will run it on 4x4 All terrain mode, you will never loose control and feel so safe and secured. Love the reverse camera. It's a overall great pleasure to drive this fully loaded Juke!


Fun to drive!!!

I was looking for a small suv or a crossover. I didn't think it's something I'd like when the salesman showed it to me, but i was wrong. I test drove it, handle great! Solid car. Not a lot of room in the back seat but i don't carpool. Goes thru a lot of gas for a 4 cyl but it's a turbo so i sort of expected that. Great car tho! Id recommend it


This car makes me smile!

I test drove this car after the used car salesman pushed me to drive it. I got behind the wheel and it just felt right, unlike most of the cars I had driven on a six week used car search. It had everything I had hoped for, plenty of power, a moon roof, great radio, style, and was fun to drive. It even has the optional AWD package to get me around in our snowy winters. It is oddly cute, very comfortable, and has a good road feel, not soft or floaty. The back seat is only good for groceries, a small person, or a child's car seat. Space and storage is limited, but since I rarely even have one other person in the car, that is fine with me. I am very happy with the car. I would remind owners of any car with a CVT transmission to change the fluid about every 40,000 miles, because dirty fluid can damage or destroy the transmission. Nissan recommends premium gas, but because of the price I buy mid grade and it does fine. I am so pleased with the car and hope we have years of fun together.


not bad but minor issues

The car is overall ok. Sucks in the rain. I have brand new tires, 70,000 miles...but then minute it his a small rain puddle going 15mph it wants to go all over the place. I already changed the mass air flow sensor. sucks you cant lift the wipers day before snow because hood is in the way. Not a huge fan of new cars only got it for boost in credit but I love older cars.



Aside from the recalls this vehicle was a huge disappointment - we owned it for 5 years and had problems with the turbo and sensors - Nissan was terrible to work with - never again ! Love our Mitsubishi Outlander Sport


Outgrew this Juke overnight.

I love driving this car, unfortunately, there is just NOT sufficient room for a growing family. It is fun to drive and the turbo will be missed once I replace the vehicle.


A Great Ride. Very Reliable

This car has met all of my needs. It's great on the road, sturdy, and has a great sound system. It's more of a "family vehicle" in my opinion but it does everything that you need it to. It has AWD, AWD-V heated seats for the cold months, and the exterior is nice. The only drawback is that the trunk is small.


Poor reliability in my Nissan Juke!

I have been stranded due to a dead battery over 10 times. CVT transmission is going out at 110K! Good in the snow, but not a cold weather car. Poor heater performance does not keep up with MN winters.


Most reliable car I've owned!!!

Owned my Juke for 7 years. Very sad to hear they stopped making them. My Juke never had to go into the shop once in 7 years - very reliable!