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Revised 2015 Nissan Juke Starts at $20,250

The B-segment crossover firestarter just got updated for the 2015 model year. This had to happen, frankly, because the European-spec Juke was refreshed by Nissan back in March. As for the US model, it retained the same cues the Juke debuted with in 2010.
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For 2015 however, the Nissan Juke has finally adopted the sharp V headlights and the slimmer front grille of the facelifted model already sold in Europe. It’s even prettier than before, more so in the yellow & black exterior color combo you can see in the gallery below. The aggressively shaped headlights match the LED accented boomerang taillights.

Other notable differences aside from the ones already noted and the revamped front and rear bumpers? Well, not really. Three new exterior finishes are now available. These are the Solar Yellow we like so much, Super Black and Cosmic Blue.

Once you open the door, you’ll be surprised to find out everything looks pretty much the same as always. OK, if you go for the Nismo RS you do get some faux carbon fiber and slightly too much Alcantara here and there, but the normal S, SV and SL models are plain and plasticky uninspiring on the inside.

The least expensive is the 2015 Juke S Xtronic FWD, which costs a jiffy over $20,250, while the range-topping 2015 Juke SL Xtronic AWD is $26,940. Want some Nismo in your life? That would be $24,830 for the manual with front-wheel drive and $30,020 for the 2015 Juke Nismo RS Xtronic AWD.

For full pricing, new for 2015 standard features and fuel economy figures, check the document below.

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