Nissan Juke Gets Stylish Makeover for 2018
New Juke exterior, interior, and equipment revealed as Nissan optimises its compact, crossover class, vehicle.
New Nissan Juke launch date
The new, 2018, Nissan Juke benefits from exterior, interior, and equipment upgrades that keep this compact crossover at the forefront of its class from May 2018 in The UK. The manufacturer expects its changes to further optimise your lifestyle, help you make a great impression and to reignite your love of the open road.
The Juke is available with various trims. The Visia, Acenta, BOSE Personal Edition and Tekna all share a range of new exterior features. The dark chrome v-motion grille is a highlight and creates a “contemporary” look, Nissan said. It complements the darkened headlamp interiors and indicators. Further extras include:
- Standard LED front fog lamps (Acenta trim and above)
- New, 16”, alloy wheels (Acenta trim and above)
- New Vivid Blue and Chestnut Bronze paintwork
The Juke’s exterior can be further optimised to impress. Note the bumper trim, door sills and mirror caps, for starters. The BOSE Personal Edition trim – as standard – adds a bright, striking, colour to such parts that contrast the rest of the body. The Tekna trim is optionally available with such colour and twin-tone alloys.
BOSE Personal Edition and Tekna trims let you pick the colour of key interior parts to suit your character, style, and sense of fashion. Choose Energy Orange or Power Blue colouring for the: centre console, air vents, door inserts and seat upholstery. In contrast, Gloss black is available if you favour a subtle ambiance.
Trims and equipment
The Visia trim has: air-conditioning, electric windows, power mirrors and daytime running lights. The Acenta adds: climate control, cruise control, privacy glass and Bluetooth. The Juke has new equipment, too. The BOSE Personal Edition trim adds a premium audio system which is your perfect companion if you live for music.
This award winning system creates an immersive atmosphere via its “digital signal processing” and high performance speakers throughout the cabin, the manufacturer revealed. There are speakers in the driver’s headrest, for instance. Finally, Tekna trim adds: leather heated seats, multiple cameras plus lane departure warning.
Nissan praises its revised car
Ken Ramirez, Senior Vice President for Sales and Marketing of Nissan Europe, commented: “The Nissan Juke is the pioneer of the B-segment crossover and is today one of our most established and much loved models. These new features further extend customer choice (and) enhance the distinctive design for which Juke is best known.”
New, 2018, Nissan Juke prices have not been confirmed. However, precedent suggests a starting point of roughly £15,000 to £15,500.