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2017 Nissan Juke vs 2017 Honda HR-V

Finding the right SUV or crossover is never easy. In this day and age, a lot of them look the same and it can be hard to keep track of what's what. If only all of them could be as easily identified as the 2017 Nissan Juke. As much as the Juke sticks out from the competition, it never hurts to highlight all of the reasons why – aside from its distinctive appearance, of course. There's no better place to start than the 2017 Nissan Juke vs 2017 Honda HR-V comparison.

The biggest advantage that the HR-V has over the Juke is its affordability of being over $1,000 less expensive. That said, the Nissan Juke, well worth the extra money, is a prime example of getting what you pay for. For starters, the Juke earns an additional 3 miles per gallon (mpg) in the city over the HR-V as estimated by the Environmental Protection Agency. Needless to say, an extra 3 mpg will add up to some big savings down the road.

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2017 Nissan Juke vs 2017 Honda HR-V
$20,250 Base MSRP $19,465
28/32 mpg Fuel Economy (city/hwy) 25/33 mpg
188 hp, 177 lb-ft Power Ratings 141 hp, 127 lb-ft
Standard Keyless Ignition Available

Main Differences – 2017 Nissan Juke vs 2017 Honda HR-V

Better fuel economy is just the beginning of the Juke's win over the HR-V, as Nissan has Honda beat in several other categories. For instance, the Nissan Juke has a very powerful engine with 188 horsepower and 177 pound-feet of torque. Meanwhile the engine of the HR-V can only must 141 horsepower and 127 pound-feet of torque – not terribly impressive.

As if this wasn't already enough, the Juke also has a longer list of standard state-of-the-art features. For example, the Juke has standard keyless ignition—a very practical and useful feature that Juke drivers enjoy on a daily basis—and the HR-V only offers it on the more expensive trim levels. Sorry, base trim. Standard keyless ignition is just one small example of why the Nissan Juke is a much better all-around value than the HR-V.

For these reasons and more, the 2017 Nissan Juke vs 2017 Honda HR-V comparison is a decisive win for Nissan shoppers everywhere. 

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