New 2015 JUKE Comes Customizable with Nissan JUKE Color Studio Program

JUKE Color Studio programRed, Yellow, Orange, Electric Blue, and Black Purple are five of eight colors from which you can choose to accent your new 2015 Nissan JUKE. The JUKE Color Studio program provides owners with a unique opportunity to customize their rides – no more trying to unlock the wrong vehicle in a crowded parking lot where your car is still two aisles away.

Through the Color Studio, you can select any number of 12 accessories created specifically for the 2015 JUKE to make the vehicle uniquely yours. Most of the parts will also fit the 2011-2014 model year vehicles as well.

Once you decide on the parts, you are then able to choose the color(s). You can decide from the colors we mentioned earlier. The neutrals White, Matte Black, or Carbon-fiber Look are also included in the list of available options.

We at Lewis Nissan will take it from there; your accessories can be installed right here at the dealership. It’s as simple as that. Hurry; the sooner you find where the car is parked, the sooner you can head over here to customize your one-of-a-kind Nissan JUKE.

Nissan Has Biggest Jump in January Sales

2013 Nissan JukeUnless you have a birthday or other special event to celebrate, January can be a pretty dull month. And, with the extreme winter weather across the country this year, January was pretty dismal for everybody.

Nissan, however, has cause to cheer. It was one of the few brands that actually had a jump in January sales numbers. Most brands saw their January sales numbers take a dive.

Compared to January 2013, Nissan had a gain of 11.8 percent in January. Leading those sales were the ever-popular, zero-emissions Nissan LEAF, which had nearly double the sales as last year. Both the Juke and the Rogue set January sales records with gains of 45.8 and 54.5 percent, respectively.

Two other models saw jumps in sales. One was the popular Altima with a 4.9 percent boost. The other was the small pickup, the Frontier, which had a dramatic increase of 87.9 percent.

Hopefully we have seen the last of the extreme winter weather and we can all enjoy a long, pleasant spring. Though, according to Punxsutawney Phil, we have six more long weeks of winter.