Nissan's 2017 Juke Black Pearl Edition Set To Make LA Auto Show Appearance

The 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show, an event that will be participated by many of the most renowned names in the auto industry is only a few days away. And as the countdown continues, Nissan announced that the 2017 Juke Black Pearl Edition, one of its finest creations is making an appearance at the upcoming event. Nissan fans may be in for a surprise with this one.

The 2017 Juke Black Pearl Edition

According to Forbes, the 2017 Juke Black Pear Edition is coming with a 1.6-liter four-cylinder turbocharged engine paired with Continuously Variable Transmission (CTV). Forbes also added that it will be capable of 188-horsepower, 177-lb-ft of torque and options of both front-wheel drive (FWD) and all-wheel drive (AWD).

Juke Black Pearl In Limited Edition?

The 2017 Juke Black Pearl Edition will come limited. Autoblog reported there will only be 1,250 units for this particular model, 250 of which will be allocated in Canada. With that being said, it is safe to assume that the rest of the units will be distributed to different dealerships around the U.S.

Other Details

Other features include white steering wheel stitching, white center console and black cloth seats that also has white stitching and inserts in the 2017 Juke Black Pearl Edition's interior. The price for the 2017 Juke Black Pearl edition FWD and AWD is $22,550 and $24,400 respectively as reported by Forbes.

The 2017 Juke Black Pear Edition In The 2016 LA Auto Show

With the 2016 LA Auto Show coming in really fast, fans and enthusiasts are definitely getting more and more excited about the upcoming event. And with this announcement, people will surely have more to look forward in the 2016 LA Auto Show in addition to those that already made their announcements. As to whether or not the new Juke Black Pearl Edition of Nissan becomes a hit remains to be seen, a question that can be answered after its official release.

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