Nissan has a hit with its odd, yet cool Juke that has been on the market since 2011. The 2015 version of the Juke has debuted at the LA auto show and the car has been refreshed with updated styling. Along with that updated styling also comes new standard content for Juke buyers and a new Juke Color Studio for accessories.
The Nissan Juke Color Studio is a personalization program for Juke buyers that offers a choice of 12 accessories in a range of eight colors. Those accessories can be chosen to match the body color of the Juke or contrast it. New Juke standard features include the Nissan Intelligent Key with PushButton start, RearView monitor standard, and NissanConnect with Mobile Apps.
Bluetooth is now standard on all Juke models. Three new colors are offered including Super Black, Solar Yellow, and Cosmic Blue. The all-new 2015 Nissan Murano was also unveiled in LA and will be rolling into dealer showrooms in December.
Starting price for the 2015 Murano is $29,560. The Murano at the LA auto show was the debut of the vehicle in actual production trim. Check out the video of the Nissan press conference for more details on the cars and other Nissan programs.