The first generation Nissan Juke had bug eyed front end, bulging fenders, and more personality than most SUVs double its size.
The 2014 Nissan Juke facelift has 370Z inspired headlamps, new bumpers, and updated tail-light graphics.
The Nissan Juke has enters its second generation in 2020. See what’s changed between the first and second generations in this side-by-side comparison.
The Black Fire editions of the F15 BMW X5 M and F16 BMW X6 M have a unique shade of black paint, and black 21-inch wheels, grille and chrome highlights.
The 2017 BMW X5 Black Fire Edition has black paint, 21-inch wheels, grille, a black and red leather interior, and a 423kW (575hp) 4.4-liter turbo V8.
The 2013 BMW X5 eDrive plug-in hybrid concept has a 2-liter turbo I4 and an electric motor for a total of 200kW (272hp), and previewed the X5 xDrive40e.
The third-gen BMW X5 has an evolutionary body mounted on an updated version of the previous generation’s platform with power from I4, I6, and V8 engines.
The E12 Nissan Note, built in Sunderland, UK, will be withdrawn from the European market in 2017 in favor of the Juke and the new K14 Micra.
In 2014, the F15 Nissan Juke was rebadged, with a few minor alterations, as the Infiniti ESQ exclusively for the Chinese market.
The F15 Nissan Juke Nismo RS has a 1.6-liter turbo 4-cylinder with 215hp (160kW) and 210 lb-ft (285Nm), AWD, and a 6-speed manual transmission.