Thanks Darryle Just finished this service today - drained a total of 4. I think it is to the right of the engine car isn't here to confirm. I would almost peg this car as a car for the single parent that wants to remain sporty, mainly because the only people that are fitting comfortably in the back are children. The comfort and room for a small car is great. It handles well in most conditions, fwd isn't the best for wet roads, and it really hits it's stride around 3500 rpms. I really like my Juke and actually fell in love with it when I first saw it in 2011.
Without the instructions I was unable to remove the dipstick to check. Handling is A+, turbocharger gives it a serious boost, and the look of the car gets continuous second glances. If you plug in the numbers - in my case 2000 miles for current odometer reading and then put in the expected monthly mileage to be travelled, in my case 300, it will show that the service interval is 12 months. Also available is the Nissan Navigation System 5. You must sqeeze the top part to release it. I was told they were as good as snow tires.
In order to check you must warm the car up, then stop, while stopped go through all of the gears. I love having the option to change performance levels from eco to normal to sport. If it smells burnt or is very dark, change the fluid. I felt very very safe in this car this last winter. Placed a call to a dealer where I get my service done.
It supposedly gets checked every few months by the dealer but I don't know how extensive their test is. Just give us a call or fill out loan application We will call you less than 45 mins with the approval. Is there an update to capacity? Little of substance has changed with this year's model. Wouldv'e loved to purchase the Fj Cruiser but decided to go with a newer car with less miles. Mileage Due: Description: 90,000 Miles 3 items to Replace, 2 items to Change fluid, 3 items to Inspect fluid level, 10 items to Inspect 97,500 Miles 1 item to Replace, 1 item to Change fluid 105,000 Miles 3 items to Replace, 1 item to Change fluid, 3 items to Inspect fluid level, 5 items to Inspect, 1 it. I highly recommend Bestway Cars to everybody who's thinking about buying or selling a car. It's amazing how expensive dealerships are.
It now has 59k miles on it and still running as strong as the day I bought it. Deks wrote:The service schedule for Juke models is Juke 1. Do I have to get this done in order to keep in line with my lease maitenance schedule? It however doesn't hold the road in the rain, esp. This is the only post I found regarding it. I now have around 48,000 miles and have still not changed it. First response was supposedly an auto reply, which is fine, but obviously didn't answer my questions.
The price was a little high for a 1. Dealership website seems to be of quality construction, but unimpressed with wrong information and responses that did not answer simple, pointed questions. Premium Maintenance is a Nissan-recommended option; you need not perform such maintenance in order to maintain the warranties which come with your Nissan. Now, it's been brought to my attention, that Ford and Mazda also have this discrepancy, i. Saad walked me through the process in details and answered all my questions with patience.
I assume the Rogue is similar? I would reccomend this car to anyone. We had to drive from Pittsburg in the beginning of Jan. I wish the side mirrors were a little smaller as well there is some wind noise. I have to say I am super impressed. I plan to do my first oil change by myself soon and can't find the oil filter, it's off the side on the passenger side, right? I told myself it was a very unique looking car and I would buy one the following year if they would release the safety rating.
The seat belts are hard to get to there is no holder for them on the seat so they detract far back. Personally, I wouldn't bother with anything else. I can feel the tires slipping not gripping and these are new tires. It's refreshing to see people in the car dealership industry this high quality and high caliber. If you do it yourself, document it with receipts, mileage, etc. I will get that thing open eventually! If my assumptions are wrong, I would appreciate the input.
One thing that I will say I have not liked about this car is the comfort for passengers. Incredibly honest and decent person. Front and rear stabilizer bars are standard on all models. My guess is that this is by design. I just checked my dipstick the other day and the fluid is crystal clear after 60,000 km.