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The same is true for many car brands, especially the more mainstream marques, and unfortunately that approach sometimes undermines the very goal a certain automobile is trying to achieve. Last weekend I finally got around to trying out the Nissan Juke, which I had seen in abundance on the roads over the past few years. With the Juke, it looks like Nissan hired different designers to design different parts of the car ... and didn't let them coordinate their work.That brings us back to the tiny market in Lebanon, where only a single version of car is in stock.When I say heartstrings I mean it because this car will sell primarily because of its bold design, which you either love or hate.First, the Juke is powered by a 1.6-liter four-cylinder DOHC mill that produces 117 ponies.It even lacks a center armrest, a feature that you will absolutely need if you're confined to the car for extended periods (I was stuck in the Juke for over three hours as I slogged through traffic from Jbeil to the airport and back to Naccache).
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