Why it's on the list: Repairs; Used Price; Depreciation
For a utility vehicle, the first requirements should be cargo room and passenger seating. With the Nissan Juke, you get a vehicle that looks like it was designed by someone in high school. On top of that, its costs quite a bit to fix. However, when looking to buy a used Juke, the price tag raises some flags. For what it is, the price is too high. And as it is a car that is pretty much a subcompact crossover that holds more frills than gas, it doesn't seem worth it. Add in the depreciation value and this vehicle should be crossed off your list. Nissan is targeting the young and singe who want to break from the norm, not be a practical vehicle for families or those with a constricted wallet.