Just like the original, the next-gen Nissan Juke questions what a compact crossover should look like. With a sharp design, interesting quirks and distinctive lights, it could be more eye catching than the model it replaces.
But it goes beyond that, with a sleeker shape that allows it to cut through the air with greater fuel efficiency and a quieter ride.
Beat the curve
The new model will debut with the Nissan Juke Premiere Edition, of which only 140 examples will be available. It will feature an exclusive Fiji Sunset roof, unique bodykit and 19-inch alloys on the outside, while the interior is finished in black Alcantara.
If the standard Juke is a crossover making a statement, the Premiere Edition is a true trendsetter.
Contact your nearest Lookers Nissan dealership for more info on the new Juke's debut model.
It’ll stand out
With unique headlamps and rear lights, the next-gen Juke won’t go unnoticed. The bright LEDs also make it easier for other motorists to see you.
Inside, there’s surprising space for a compact crossover and great visibility from behind the wheel. Also available on the Tekna trim and above are the Bose Personal Plus headrests, with built-in speakers providing 360-degree sound.
This isn’t your standard crossover.
Available on Acenta and above, NissanConnect can link you to Apple CarPlay, Google Home and wifi, so you and your passengers can stay connected – up to eight separate devices can link with the Juke’s wifi hotspot.
You can even find driving and consumption data on the NissanConnect app, or remotely flash your lights and sound the horn to find your Juke.
In addition, Nissan Intelligent Mobility adds a host of assistive technologies to certain Juke models, such as the adaptive cruise control feature, ProPILOT, or the Around View Monitor.
Available on Tekna trim and above, the monitor gives a 360-degree view of the car via the screen inside, to help you park your Juke with greater control. It’s also an option on the N-Connecta trim.
On the road
In either manual or the DCT automatic transmission, the next-gen Juke has just as much of a focus on driving as it has driver comfort.
Even on the 19-inch alloys that are available on a number of trims, this model offers a comfortable ride – with sport-tuned suspension and handling, it will move through the corners with little in the way of body roll.
And with the DCT transmission, you get steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters, so you can keep your hands on the wheel through the bends.
There’s plenty to smile about with the next-gen Nissan Juke.
To find out more about the next-generation Nissan Juke, or to try it yourself, get in touch with your nearest Lookers Nissan dealership. You can also value your current car using the widget below, and work out how much you could put towards the new Juke.