Latest addition to the Color Studio lineup.
If there’s one vehicle in Nissan‘s lineup that looks appropriate in wild color schemes, the Juke would be it. Bowing at the 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show is the 2016 Nissan Juke Stinger Editions rocking a black and yellow look inside and out.
The Juke Stinger Edition comes in two versions. The first is a Yellow Stinger Edition with a yellow paint job and black accents used for the wheels, fender trim, bumpers, rear spoiler, door handles, and side-view mirrors. The Black Stinger Edition essentially swaps the color scheme, with yellow used for the aforementioned accents.
The interior treatment is the same for both editions. The center console, for example, is finished in yellow, asare the door panels, air vents, and stitching for the steering wheel and shift knob. The seats are mostly black, but accented with yellow bolsters.
The Juke Stinger Edition is the latest model to join Nissan’s Color Studio lineup that currently includes a Versa Note and a previous Juke unveiled at the 2014 L.A. auto show. The Juke Stinger will be available on Juke SV models starting this January at a cost of $990 USD. The 2016 Juke SV starts at $23,125 USD for the front-drive model and $24,975 USD for the all-wheel drive version.