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Hey all Pleased to meet you all, have just got myself a Juke Acenta Premium picking her up on Saturday after a few test drives I have moved over from a Subaru Impreza after persuasion from my better (negotiable) half! Good to see a nice little community have already found the forums helpful so thought I would sign up and join in, will post some pictures up after the weekend of my my new toy
 

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Welcome Odyssey
Another subaru dealer here moving over to the Nismo next week
Still got my classic which I have had for 13 years and px my new shape Hatch wrxd has had its final wash and poliish today ready for the handover

What sort of scooby did you have ?
 

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I (still ) have a 96 flame red turbo which has never skipped a beat or failed to start, I have loved it for 6 years and not sure if i can let it go here she is.....May just have to keep it as well as the Juke
Odyssey2013-04-02 22:29:55
 

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SilverNismo wrote:Its looking like Juke is the new Scooby Given the number of members who have or had a Scooby and now buying a Juke I think you could well be right. I am still of the opinion that Nissan still dont understand what they have created with the Juke.
 

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oldbloke wrote:i think , for what it is worth (not a lot ) the NISMO is the new SCOOBY, the JUKE is the new BEETLE That is about the perfect answer and I fully agree with that I am sure the Nismo owners would be well pleased if Nissan can get the power up close to a scooby me I like you am happy to dirve around in my new cult car called a JUKE
 

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oldbloke wrote: i think , for what it is worth (not a lot ) the NISMO is the new SCOOBY, the JUKE is the new BEETLE

OB
Yes you have hit it on the nail there
When you look at all the cars that had such a cult following in the past but they sometimes take a year or two to take off then more and more jump on the bandwagon when they realise
Hey Man

That's a different motor

When I was a bit boy of 18 I got my self a MG metro in 1983 and went to a MG owners club day and all the purists just laughed at me and called it a badged metro
A year later everyone wanted one because of the red seatbelts and red carpets
Another alternative car which I actually liked and they have a real cult following now was a PT Cruiser
Again different looking car from the mainstream
Beatle is well proven

But how many other cars have actually got something different now ?
At sensible prices to purchase ?
 

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Lordharding wrote: Beatle is well proven But how many other cars have actually got something different now ? At sensible prices to purchase ?The JUKE is the only one. take a look at all the so called new mini SUV that are trying to cash in on the JUKE they all look so bland and eurobox I know we are biased but the Juke is the original and the best
 

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The Juke appealed to me as a former driver of an Audi A2 (now Mrs C's). Both unique and individually packaged. I had a BMW 325d M-Sport as a stop gap between the two. As good a drive as the 3.0 diesel is; the car never delivered the fun factor of the A2 or Juke. Perhaps I am mad or like others prefer less mainstream...
 
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