|By PR Newswire||
|January 28, 2014 07:16 AM EST||
AUBURN, Wash., Jan. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The crossover market has a lot of entries, but many of them fall into the same categories of design and performance. Therefore, it's refreshing to see a changeup like the new Nissan Juke enter the fray. With the 2014 version hitting the lot now, one Seattle area Nissan dealership is seeing the consumer interest ramp up.
Rairdon's Nissan of Auburn has already showed off the 2014 version of the Juke to a large number of consumers. And there was plenty to talk about between the salesman and the potential buyer, as the Juke has a lot to offer inside and out.
First, there is the design. No other crossover on the market really looks like the Juke. But all that style doesn't mean the Juke has to sacrifice in other areas, as the vehicle houses an efficient 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine under the hood. This powertrain allows the Juke to get fuel efficiency up to 32 mpg on the highway.
Inside, the Juke boasts comfortable seating for up to five passengers. The front bucket seats and the rear seats are all crafted out of high-grade materials to make them both attractive and comfortable. And cargo is no afterthought, either, as Nissan made sure to fit some serious space in the vehicle as well, with a hidden cargo area underneath the floor in the rear in addition to the actual cargo space.
The sport-themed Juke is going to attract a lot of attention in the 2014 model year. It's already doing just that at Nissan of Auburn.
To speak with someone at the dealership about the vehicle, call 877-500-6185 or visit the dealership online at www.nissanofauburn.com.
Media Contact: Dara Moore, Nissan of Auburn, 877-500-6185, [email protected]
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