Lady Lodges Nissan Juke in Gaping Hole

Crash

That’ll learn her.

There are crossovers like the Volvo XC60, BMW X5 and Range Rover Evoque that are as practical as they are stylish. With their elevated driving position and solid build, drivers feel confident tackling dodgy roads and dealing with sudden obstacles that cross their path. However, some crossovers are all about the show. Unfortunately, this particular driver of a Nissan Juke wasn’t aware that her ride belongs in the latter category of crossover.

Faced with a sizeable hole at the entrance of a car lot, she decided to drive straight over it. Bad idea lady. Check out the result from the 3:40 mark, and look out for the dude on the phone’s reaction when he sees the back end of the Juke suspended in mid-air. He couldn’t care less.

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