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  • We experience Nissan's crazy GT-R–powered Juke-R. Read a review and see photos at Car and Driver.

    The Nissan JUKE is known for stylish looks, available AWD capabilities and sporty performance at a great starting price. The JUKE will no longer be available .

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    The name " juke " means to dance or change directions demonstrating agility. Fast, fun and spectacular, but not something to take seriously. This service is provided by Disqus and is subject to their privacy policy and terms of use. Litchfield Nissan GT-R review:

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    Turns out it was just a scurrilous rumour. The new Nissan Juke-R 2. Rumour had it that the bhp V6 engine had been rescued from the deformed GT-R and put into the Juke-shaped car you see here , the fast and faintly ridiculous Juke-R 2. Apparently the V6 still rests in Sir Chris's ex-car which itself remains in broken form in a garage where it is slowly being bastardised to fix other GT-R Nismos because parts are otherwise rare and take a long time to arrive from Japan.

    So this revised Juke-R, then, is an evolution of what came before , rather than the recipient of an engine transplant. When it was launched in the original Juke-R was a mechanically sound but aesthetically — particularly on the inside — functional concept, aimed at bringing some perceived sportiness and actual bonkersness to Nissan's Juke range.

    The first-gen Juke-R had a bhp V6 under the bonnet , the mm-shortened drivetrain of a GT-R beneath the skin , a rollcage to add valuable body stiffness and various bits either cut away or, conversely, welded into place. RML built two of them — the better finished of which did the media rounds — and was going to leave it at that. How would you give a three-year warranty or guarantee parts availability and support for 10 years? But there are differences beyond the increased power output.

    And the wheels are a different design. Inside there are a few alterations. The first Juke-R was a little raucous from within so this one now has decent carpets and slightly more conventionally finished seats. Does it feel just like a Juke inside? Oh, and that the rear of the cabin is all structural tubes. So yes, sure, it's just like a regular Juke.

    The engine, rather than donated by Hoy, is still the one from the first car, but has been uprated to the latest Nismo specification , making bhp rather than the bhp of the first time around. It drives through the same driveline, too, a six-speed dual clutch automatic gearbox with four-wheel drive. An additional bhp should make the Juke R 2. RML has done a two-up mph run and timed it at 3. Given ideal conditions, its engineers reckon this is a 3. Throttle response is also exceptional for a twin-turbo unit - better, in fact, than the road-going GT-R Nismo's.

    The rest of the driving characteristics have been left unchanged, which is no bad thing at all. The steering is terrifically communicative, the gearshift is fast and the brakes have superb feel and stopping power. And when it comes to handling the Juke-R is a complete hoot. From that perspective it is very stable and forgiving, like a GT-R. The Nissan Juke-R 2.

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    First drives Juke R won't appear in showrooms any time soon. Nissan Juke R Fast, fun and spectacular, but not something to take seriously.

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