It used to be that getting the factory to personalize your car was something only buyers of high-end autos like supercars would do. Now even buyers of the humble Nissan Juke get to join the personalization club.

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Today, at the Los Angeles Auto Show, Nissan is showing its 2016 Juke, and for the latest model year the vehicle is available with a special package known as the Stinger Edition by Color Studio.

The special package is an expansion of the Color Studio program Nissan introduced on the 2015 Juke, which enables you to add contrasting colors to certain elements of the vehicle such as the wheels, spoiler, door handles, mirrors and interior accents. The Stinger Edition by Color Studio package uses a combination of black and yellow paint.

The Stinger Edition by Color Studio packages are offered as options on the 2016 Juke’s SV trim level and will be available next January. The price of the package is $990.

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Nissan’s Juke underwent a significant update for 2015 so apart from the Stinger Edition by Color Studio packages there aren’t many additional updates for the 2016 model year. One update worth mention is Siri Eyes Free system, which is now standard across the range.

Joining the 2016 Juke on Nissan’s stand in L.A. is an updated Sentra. For the 2016 model year, the compact sedan sports a revised exterior and the addition of an expanded suite of available safety and driving aid technologies.

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