How does the 2016 Nissan Juke handle in the snow

How does the 2016 Nissan Juke handle in the snow?

With winter right around the corner, we wanted to make sure our drivers were prepared with vehicles that can handle the slick road conditions. We’re taking a look at how the 2016 Nissan Juke handles in the snow to give our drivers the heads up they need when shopping for a winter-friendly vehicle.

Torque Vectoring All-Wheel Drive

2016-nissan-juke-torque-vectoring-awdIn keeping with the Juke’s athletic performance, the vehicle is available with a torque vectoring all-wheel-drive system to keep all wheels planted on the ground. The system moves power between the front and rear wheels when unstable driving conditions are detected to ensure drivers remain in control on the road. The system works in conjunction with a multi-sensor system, which intuitively transfers power from the rear wheels to the left or right to counterbalance instability.

With a solid all-wheel drive system in place, the 2016 Nissan Juke makes winter travel more comfortable for Ohio drivers. The vehicle also comes available with several tools that can help make driving in winter safer.

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Tools like the Around View Monitor with Moving Object Detection and Rear View Monitor are excellent for travel all year long, but they can help prevent collisions when the road start to become slick with snow and ice. Even the Juke’s available SiriusXM Traffic and Travel Link allows drivers to prepare ahead of time for the weather they may encounter down the road.

SiriusXM Traffic and Travel Link
2016 Nissan Juke rear view monitor

The 2016 Nissan Juke will be filling dealerships’ inventories very soon. Drivers can test out the Juke’s handling abilities when they schedule a test drive at Matt Castrucci Nissan. For all other winter check ups and repairs, drivers can schedule a car maintenance appointment with the specialists at our service department.