2013 Nissan Juke Nismo Priced at $23,780

We now have pricing details on one of the most interesting vehicles Nissan offers: the 2013 Juke Nismo. With a six-speed manual transmission and front-wheel drive, the 2013 Nissan Juke Nismo will carry a base price of $23,780, or $26,080 with a CVT and all-wheel drive.

The 2013 Nissan Juke’s new base price is $19,780, or $1290 less than the previous price (add $2000 for all-wheel drive). The Juke S base model includes 17-inch alloy wheels, Bluetooth, 60/40 split-folding rear seats, power windows, power door locks, and keyless entry. Move up to the SV for $2000 with the manual and $3000 with the CVT (add $1700 over the SV CVT’s price for all-wheel drive). The 2013 Juke SV has a leather-wrapped steering wheel, moonroof, hands-free keyless entry with push-button start, satellite radio, upgraded cloth seats, and a Sport mode for CVT models.

The newest member of the 2013 Nissan Juke family is the Nismo model, which is powered by a 197-hp version of turbocharged 1.6-liter I-4 that makes 188 hp in other Jukes. The electric power-assisted steering has been retuned, and the suspension has been upgraded as well. Overall, Nissan claims a 37-percent improvement in downforce, compared to non-Nismo Jukes. Some may appreciate the Juke Nismo simply because it maximizes the small crossover’s existing curb appeal, with 18-inch wheels, red sideview mirrors, and a Nismo body kit. Inside, the car has Nismo sport seats, red accents, a leather- and Alcantara-wrapped steering wheel, and a prominent Nismo badge on the painted center console.

One trim up from the Juke Nismo is the SL, which now costs $25,080 with the manual transmission and $500 more with the CVT (add $1200 over the SL CVT’s price for all-wheel drive). The Juke SL includes a navigation system displayed on a five-inch screen, leather seats (heated in front), an upgraded sound system, a rearview camera, and automatic on/off headlights.

Of course, for not much more you could have an all-wheel-drive Juke Nismo with the CVT, priced at $26,080. The Nismo-tuned CVT gets paddle shifters along with the upgrades on the manual-transmission, front-drive Juke Nismo. The $1170 navigation package is available on both Nismo models and on the SV trim.

We’ve driven a European-spec Juke Nismo before -- read about our experience here.

Source: Nissan

The European-spec Nissan Juke Nismo is shown below.

Sam Stevens
I am an owner of a 2013 Juke Nismo - commenting to provide an update on the related story above. The unit specs out with a 1.6 L turbo - with the CVT transmission but the Paddle shifters were NOT included in this Standard package - perhaps they will be available later in the year, but Not Yet.. Other than that - the new Juke Nismo is sporty, cool, and a blast to own. Remember though - this AWD unit comes with a cost. The AWD hardware demands that the fuel tank size be reduced from 13.4 gallons to 11.5. Sad since the NISMO is turbo'd... They way you are going to Want to drive it, means you will likely be stopping at the station more often than the more tame, Family version, of the 2013 Juke.

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