The Nissan Juke is a combination of different car styles and performance levels, all brought together in one vehicle that excels at every task. Nissan has given the Juke the performance of a sports car, the versatility of a 4x4 vehicle, and the reliability of a family MPV. With focus placed both on the car's appearance as well as its ability, the Juke is an all-round vehicle that any motorist would be proud to own.
Nissan has given the Juke a high number of customisation options, in order to make each vehicle truly unique. This can be expanded upon through the Nissan Design Studio Exterior pack, which gives a colour co-ordinated bumper with headlight finishers, exclusive door mirror covers, and unique alloy wheel inserts. As standard, the Juke arrives with 18-inch alloy wheels, and fully-customisable sports bumpers. From a glance, the power and performance potential of the Juke is clearly evident.
Inside, the first thing the driver is likely to notice is the elevated drive position, which allows for an expansive and commanding view of the road ahead. Technological features include the onboard drive computer, which records drive statistics and displays them clearly. The Dynamic Control System adjusts itself to individual drive styles, allowing the experience to be truly personalised. The boot has a storage capacity of 354 litres, which can be maximised through lowering the second row of seats and the cargo floor.
Five petrol engines and one diesel engine are available to power the Juke, to suit every performance requirement. Motorists can choose these in two or four-cylinder models, with the choice of five and six-speed manual, automatic or XTRONIC transmission. Overall, the Juke can reach 134mph with a combined fuel consumption of 70.6mpg, and it gives out 104g/km of CO2.
Drivers of the Juke will be pleased to know that it was awarded the five-star Euro NCAP Safety rating for its safety features. These include six airbags protecting the driver and all passengers, an Around View Monitor, and drive safety assist systems such as the Electronic Stability Programme (ESP).