4. 2014 Nissan Juke
Well, the all-wheel drive isn't standard -- it's a $2,000 upgrade from the $18,990 base model -- but it's a worthwhile pickup for a vehicle with a price that still comes in pretty low on this list without it.
Sure, the Juke is small and funny looking, but with a combined 29.5 miles per gallon that's among the best in its class, it's what's inside that counts. That includes a surprising 36 cubic feet of cargo space and a navigation system, rearview camera, leather interior and an beefed-up speaker system available as upgrades. Not bad perks for a car sporting all of four cylinders in its engine while putting out 188 horsepower.The more costly, but more spacious, Nissan Rogue also made KBB's list. However, with such a low starting price, the Juke offers a whole lot more upgrades for the same price.
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