A six-speed manual 2013 Nissan Juke SV will cost $22,390, the automaker announced today. While the Juke’s navigation package gets a bit more expensive, the base-model Juke S with a CVT will cost $20,770 for the 2013 model year.
New for 2013 is the Nissan Juke Midnight Edition (shown above), a curb appeal upgrade that includes black 17-inch wheels, a black rear roof spoiler and matching black mirror caps. With an MSRP of $1200, the package is available on all 2013 Juke models.
Accounting for the Navigation Package’s price bump is the addition of Nissan’s RearView Monitor and a revised sound system. Up $370 from last year, the $1170 package is available on front- and all-wheel-drive 2013 Juke SVs and standard on top-trim 2013 Juke SLs.
The standard 2013 Nissan Juke S comes with Bluetooth and 17-inch alloy wheels. While the 2013 Juke SV with a manual starts at $22,390; add $500 for the CVT-equipped model. Juke SV standard equipment includes a power moonroof, a keyless entry system, as well as Normal, Sport and Eco driving settings that adjust throttle and steering feel. The Juke SL, which includes a navigation system, RearView Monitor, leather seats (heated in front), and a premium sound system, is now priced at $24,780 for the manual-transmission model and $1000 more with a CVT. Juke SL models are $70 more than the 2012 model. As before, the all-wheel-drive Juke is only available with a CVT and cost about $1650 above similarly equipped front-drive Jukes with the CVT. The all-wheel-drive 2013 Nissan Juke SL sees the biggest price change — at $27,430, it’s $570 more than the 2012 model.
As we previously reported, the 2013 Juke now offers three new exterior colors: Brilliant Silver, Pearl White, and Atomic Gold. All 2013 Nissan Jukes are powered by a turbocharged 1.6-liter I-4 that produces 188 hp and 177 lb-ft of torque