Nissan Juke Review
The Nissan Juke has been designed and developed to give customers an alternative to the traditional small hatchback in Europe
The Nissan Juke has been designed and developed to give customers an alternative to the traditional small hatchback in Europe. Offering both innovative design and great value in a British-built package, the Nissan Juke is available with a choice of three engines. The range kicks off with a frugal 117PS 1.6-litre petrol engine, backed up by a fuel-sipping 110PS 1.5-litre dCi diesel. The ultimate Nissan Juke comes equipped with a new 190PS 1.6-litre direct injection turbo petrol engine in both two and four-wheel drive.
The Nissan Juke range consists of three core specification levels already familiar to Nissan drivers the Visia, the Acenta and the Tekna. The entry-level Nissan Juke Visia comes equipped with 16-inch alloy wheels, ESP, six airbags, sports seats and air conditioning, while also offering the practicality of the Nissan Juke’s funky five-door shape. The Nissan Juke Acenta standard specification includes 17-inch alloys, climate control, Bluetooth with USB connectivity and the Nissan Dynamic Control System.