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Nissan’s Juke replacement isn’t as much fun, but it is one heck of a deal. Undercutting the main competition by as much as 25% the new sub-compact CUV is a strong contender for “deal of the year.” The interior isn’t as premium as the Honda HR-V or Mazda CX-3 (or even Nissan’s own Rogue Sport), but it does deliver one of the largest interiors in the segment as well as class leading fuel economy. With decent driving dynamics, acceleration that’s on par with the CH-R and HRV, a high level of standard equipment and a small price tag, the Kicks is the perfect small crossover if you’re looking to save a buck and don’t need AWD. (Which it doesn’t have at any price.)

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