The quirky, eclectic Juke is a compact crossover SUV that debuted in 2010. With room for five, the Juke is powered by a 1.5L or 1.6L 4-cylinder or a 3.8L twin-turbo V6 engine that delivers strong performance with decent fuel economy. It[s available in S, SV, SL, and Nismo trim levels, nicely equipped with Nissan's I-CON infotainment system, moonroof, rearview camera and more. The Juke was discontinued in the US in 2017. 

 

For the all-wheel drive Juke, check out all-season tire options include the Pirelli Cinturato P7 All Season Plus 2, Michelin Cross Climate 2 A/W, Goodyear Eagle RS-A, Continental PureContact LS, and Toyo Versado Eco. If you've got a Nismo version of the Juke, check out ultra-high-performance tires like the Pirelli P Zero Nero GT, Michelin Pilot Super Sport, Yokohama Advan Apex V601, Falken Azenis FK453, and Kumho Ecsta PS91.

 

Order Nissan Juke Tires Online

Buying tires online can be a stressful process, but it really doesn't need to be. SimpleTire offers a simple approach to finding the tires that are best for you and your Nissan Juke. Select your Juke below, then tell us a few more things such as year and trim level to determine your tire size. From there, we'll show you tires that fit your vehicle and are the best match based on performance characteristics, but you can also look for the best value tires, tires that are on sale or part of a promo, have the longest tread life, and much more.

 

Find the right tires for your Nissan Juke
Model Year
Trim & tire size

2011-2017

2011-2017

2011-2017

2011-2017

2011-2017

2011-2017

2011-2017

2011-2017

2011-2017

2011-2017

2013-2017

2013-2017

2013-2017

Nismo AWD
225/45R18 Y95

2013-2017

Nismo FWD
225/45R18 Y95

2013-2017

Nismo RS AWD
225/45R18 Y95

2013-2017

Nismo RS FWD
225/45R18 Y95