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    Question Nissan Juke Owners Please advise on this

    What's your fuel consumption like in the city ? is it a reliable car w.r.t parts availability and other stuff ! would you recommend this vehicle ?

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    not a single Juke owner here ?

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    be specific with the engine size. i am not an owner but i have used it extensively as a hire car may be i can answer your query
    i drove one in the uk for almost 6 weeeks but it was the one with Renault engine
    its not very practical in terms of boot space etc. its quirky and different from the usual crowd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sufian_noshad View Post
    be specific with the engine size. i am not an owner but i have used it extensively as a hire car may be i can answer your query
    i drove one in the uk for almost 6 weeeks but it was the one with Renault engine
    its not very practical in terms of boot space etc. its quirky and different from the usual crowd.

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    I am referring to the 1500cc one that is currently on the road in Pakistan. Can you comment on the fuel consumption of this vehicle ? How is the drive experience? Suspension too stiff ? leg room ? thanks for helping out

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    fuel consumption would be around 10-12km/l average but mileage should be least of your worries.it depends if its the cvt auto or manual, driving conditions temperature and style etc.i liked the raised front seating position which makes you feel like you are in a suv but does stick to the road well and drives like a car. the one i drove had 18 inch wheels really uncomfortable on bumpy potholed roads you can say the suspension is setup on the stiffer side but on smooth roads it drive like a sports car. the steering wheel adjustment is only up and down no in out movement. seating in back is awkward because of the slopping roofline and legroom not great either if you are a tall person i am 5.7 and i was absolutely fine with that. the boot is tiny and the seat back would not fold flat either. anything else just ask

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    Thanks for the detailed reply !

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    @ali_ss! Earlier this year I was looking for a small SUV...I somewhat wanted to give Juke a try but most of the people on Pakwheels told me to stay away...parts availability was a big issue - at least at that time. Also, what I learned later is that most of the Jukes imported in Pakistan are not 4x4 (I think 1.5 version are fwd). So I dropped the idea of getting a Juke and went looking for Rav4 but that looked a bit too dull...so ended up buying a Suzuki Escudo.
    "Never drive faster than your Guardian Angel can fly."

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    i get around 12km/l
    as for parts. not really a problem since i already had an accident and it took a month in the workshop but car is fully restored and good as new

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