The Nissan JUKE Gets Personal…

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Used car shopping doesn’t exactly sound like a party, unless your talking about a used Nissan Juke. This car is like a disco ball on wheels. When it comes to figuring out just how funky that party will be, the choice is entirely yours.

With the JUKE Color Studio, you get to decide just how much jazz you want to add to your JUKE.

The Nissan JUKE Color Studio – A Spectrum of Possibility

So, here’s the deal. The JUKE Color Studio was designed to allow drivers the ultimate freedom in creating their ideal JUKE. Follow the parrot and check out the possibilities in this short clip: JUKE Color Studio

With over twelve Nissan accessories in a variety of colors, including Red, Yellow, Orange, Electric Blue, Black Purple, White, Matte Black, and Piano Black, consumers can outfit their JUKE vehicles and get creative with their color combinations.

The accessories consist of headlight trim rings, door handle covers, side mirror caps, side door sills, hatch handle finishers, lower hatch accent, rear roof spoiler, interior inserts, front and rear bumper accents, 17-inch aluminum-alloy wheels and center caps, as well as floor mats.

All of these bells and whistles can be reviewed at the JUKE Color Studio website. Just a single click and you’re afforded a complete 360-degree perspective, from which you can even try out different color combinations and accessory additions.

It’s such a fun concept, which is exactly the point, according to Fred Diaz, Senior Vice President of Nissan Sales & Marketing and Operations U.S., Nissan North America, Inc., who said:

The Nissan JUKE is all about fun – fun to own, fun to drive and now fun to make it your own – whether to support your favorite collegiate or professional sports teams, match the look of your surfboard or motorcycle, or just to stand out from the crowd.”

Although the accessories have been designed for the current model year, they can also be installed on JUKEs from the 2011-2014 model years.

The timing of the JUKE Color Studio was intentional. As Diaz explained, “It’s the perfect program to launch with the 2015 JUKE, which has a new look and more standard content for the model year.”

For the current model year, the JUKE is released in five trim levels – S, SV, SL, the special editions, JUKE NISMO and JUKE NISMO RS –  all available as front or all-wheel drive.

The JUKE also got some exterior enhancements, including new front and rear fascias, along with projector headlights sporting LED signature accents.

The interior includes Nissan’s Intelligent Key with Push Button Start, Rearview Monitor and NissanConnectSM with Mobile Apps, each accessible on a 5.0-inch color screen, with USB port, and Bluetooth Hands-free capabilities.

Check out the Nissan JUKE and experience firsthand, “Innovation that excites.”