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Video: The Nissan Juke is donut-friendly

This commercial is a far cry from the last commercial we saw featuring the Nissan Juke – that one, for a lack of a better word, has ‘weird’ written all over it – and much to our delight, this new ad is certainly right up our alley.

We know the Juke is capable of a lot of things, but to be able to pull off some pretty sick donuts – the kind we enjoy doing to our cars, not the kind we stuff our mouths silly with – is a definite turn-on for prospective buyers of Nissan’s quirky little crossover.

We just hope that in the event you find yourself in that dude’s shoes – pun intended, by the way – you might want to take the more prudent action and use the doors of the donut shop instead of crashing through a glass window.

We’re just saying.

Source: Nissan


11 comments:

Well, this ad really works for that agent. I love the fact that this Nissan Juke has a turbo on it. It’s quite unique than the others.

disagree with this article, you cannot carry around 4 people comfortably. There is plenty of leg room, but my 5-10 head was touching the roof. My biking buddies and such are all taller than me and living just outside NYC we all rotate on carpooling

I’m in the market for a new car (28 male, here). I test drove one, an SV and really liked it. The size is completely different than what you would think from the photos and it does have decent power.

We know the Juke is capable of a lot of things, but to be able to pull off some pretty sick donuts – the kind we enjoy doing to our cars, not the kind we stuff our mouths silly with is a definite turn-on for prospective buyers of Nissan’s quirky little crossover.

More like an action flick or something but I know the message is clear. Nissan Juke can be trusted in bringing one’s life into action. Its durability, speed and turbo. That’s the car’s objective.

I wouldn’t exactly say that the current Taurus is bland or the new Sonata.

the banging in the donut window is kinda prudent but in the funny way.

How the hell do things like this get past the drawing board? Its absolutely hideous. I’d be embarrassed just standing next to one.

He was hitting something, that’s for sure. Because I’m a 30-something year-old guy and I find this the single ugliest car since the Aztec. And that’s saying something.

He was hitting something, that’s for sure. Because I’m a 30-something year-old guy and I find this the single ugliest car since the Aztec. And that’s saying something.

Heck, the Cube isn’t even selling that well. My local Nissan dealer only sold half of their Cube inventory during cash for clunkers, while they were completely out of Sentra, Versa, Rogue, and Altima 4 Cylinder.

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