Wednesday, 4 May 2011

Nissan Juke Grows in Popularity, Says County Line Nissan

For techies, yuppies and generation nexters, County Line Nissan offers the hip and sleek Nissan Juke. Debuting in 2011 to rave reviews, the County Line Nissan Juke continues to gather fans. The County Line Nissan Juke is smaller than its design inspiration, the County Line Nissan Rogue, and offers a body that is slightly planed and edgy. This style shows definite favor among sports minded and new County Line Nissan drivers alike.

The County Line Nissan Juke offers 5-passenger seating. It features four doors with a hatchback and flared fenders. A low, tapering roofline allows tall passengers to sit comfortably, without strain, according to County Line Nissan. The sporty, low flying design of this County Line Nissan car tends to categorize the Juke as a sports coupe.

Each County Line Nissan Juke has a 1.6-liter direct injection, four-cylinder engine. Drivers have the option of choosing a six-speed manual or continuously variable automatic transmission for their County Line Nissan Juke. Also standard for the 2012 County Line Nissan Juke are front wheel drive or all-wheel drive accommodations. Primarily used as an urban vehicle, the County Line Nissan Juke normally operates in front-wheel drive. If a front tire slips, it will quickly move traction power from front to back, notes County Line Nissan.

Younger buyers will be sure to enjoy the convenient and techie details featured with the County Line Nissan Juke. These include hands-free Bluetooth cell-phone functions, outside temperature displays and steering-wheel mountain button controls. All County Line Nissan Jukes also include remote keyless entry and cruise control, with some County Line Nissan models having a power moon roof.

County Line is please to offer amazing year end offers on 2011 models while inventory lasts and is excited about the release of the new 2012 models; many of which are being offered without a new year price increase. The price structure for County Line Nissan 2012 Jukes is expected to fall between the low to mid $20,000’s. Affordable equipment options such as audio upgrades, a USB iPod interface and navigation systems will add only about $1200 to the initial manufacturer sticker price, according to County Line Nissan.

To test drive a Nissan Juke, visit County Line Nissan in Middlebury, Connecticut. The professionals at County Line Nissan stand ready to assist you with a new or used vehicle, to research financing options or simply to provide service to an existing car or truck.

About County Line Nissan: For 50 years County Line Nissan has offered its guaranteed credit acceptance program and the largest onsite parts department in New England, to customers in Connecticut and surrounding areas. County Line Nissan’s fifteen-acre property holds a variety of new and used vehicles to suit any car buyer’s budget and expectations. Whether you are looking for a $3,000 economy car or a $60,000 luxury vehicle, County Line Nissan stands ready to serve. In fact, many buyers find that the toughest part of the shopping experience at County Line Nissan is deciding which car to drive home.

The sales and service staff at County Line Nissan makes it their top priority to daily strive for customer satisfaction. County Line Nissan guarantees that buyers are always met with friendly, honest, helpful associates who will give them the full attention and consideration that they deserve. In addition to being Connecticut’s top Nissan Dealer, County Line Nissan’s inventory includes new and certified pre-owned Mitsubishis and Suzukis. The renovated County Line Nissan sales and service buildings will offer a luxury customer lounge and drive-through service lane. County Line Nissan stands head and shoulders above the rest in terms of quality, service, and total customer satisfaction. For more information about County Line Nissan, visit them online at

County Line Nissan

2191 Straits Turnpike
Middlebury, CT 06762