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2017 Nissan Juke vs 2017 Kia Soul

The world of sport utility vehicles has grown significantly since the old days of giant, gas-guzzling brutes. Various feats of engineering and innovation have made for leaner, more efficient models that still present plenty of the characteristics of SUVs that drivers have grown to love over the years, such as horsepower and cargo capacity. Crossover models in particular have become quite popular in the automotive world, and automakers must continue to innovate in order to keep the style fresh as a result. Quite a few options exist in the crossover field, so which one is right for you? Let’s look at the 2017 Nissan Juke vs the 2017 Kia Soul.

Nissan and Kia are both well known throughout the globe, and each of these compact crossover models has a lot to offer drivers. When you place them in a comparison, however, the Juke stands out.

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2017 Nissan Juke vs 2017 Kia Soul
188 Horsepower Base Horsepower 130 Horsepower
28/32 City/Hwy MPG Base Fuel Economy

24/30 City/Hwy MPG (Manual)

25/30 City/Hwy MPG (Automatic)

87 Cubic Feet Passenger Volume 101 Cubic Feet
Standard Rear View Camera Optional

More horsepower and better fuel economy in the base model Juke

If you look at the base models of the 2017 Juke and 2017 Soul, you can see a few key differences immediately. The Juke gets an estimated 28 city and 32 highway miles per gallon, beating both transmission options of the base Soul. You would think that kind of fuel efficiency might come at the expense of horsepower, but that is just not the case with the Juke, which packs an engine capable of doling out 188 horsepower (a number that jumps to 215 in the NISMO RS trim). The 188 horsepower significantly beats out the 130 horsepower offered by the base Soul.

Safety is also a major priority these days, especially as roads get busier and more crowded. That’s why the 2017 Juke comes standard with a rear view camera in order to help give you eyes in the back of your head while you are in reverse. This feature is not standard on the Soul.

With the 2017 Juke, you have a choice of five different models, each offering a unique spin on this eye-catching vehicle. It has fun and character to spare, something special that stands out from the crowd. You might say it is actually the Juke that truly has soul.

2017 Nissan Juke exterior front seen from top front
2017 Nissan Juke exterior top rear
2017 Nissan Juke interior steering wheel and dashboard
2017 Nissan Juke interior seats