2016 Nissan Juke Goes Bumblebee with New Stinger Editions
19 Novembre 2015 - Autoblog
Nissan is launching a pair of special editions for its Juke crossover at the LA Auto Show this year. Building on the popularity of its Color Studio personalization program, the Stinger editions adopt the bumblebee approach in two versions based on the mid-level Juke SV.
They both feature yellow-accented interiors. What separates them is their exterior treatment.
The black version featuring yellow trim, and the yellow model with black. That extends to the wing mirrors, door handles, rear spoiler, and 17-inch alloys, with bumper accents complementing the body color. The yellow interior treatment encompasses the center console, window switch plates, air vent bezels, steering wheel stitching, and shift knob. The black seats on both are stitched and trimmed in yellow, and the door panel trim in black and yellow.
Buyers can add the Stinger package for $990 to either the front-drive Juke SV ($22,300) or to the all-wheel-drive model ($24,150). If dressing your crossover up like a bumblebee isn't your thing, you can still specify any of 12 accessories in eight different shades. And for 2016, Nissan is extending the Color Studio program to the Versa Note hatchback as well.