Since its original launch in 2010, the Nissan Juke has sold more than 1 Million units, making it easily one of Nissan’s best sellers this decade. The funky, unique styling, sporty driving dynamics and impressive economy figures helped the Juke to pioneer the “B-SUV” segment. All of which made the Juke such an appealing option to drivers of all ages.
The second generation Juke looks set to build on all of that. The new Juke features a brand new body and styling. Larger and more angular than its predecessor, it comes with distinctive “Y-shaped” headlights, wider wheel arches, and a sloping, coupe-style roof-line. It features design cues from other Nissan cars including the deep V-Shaped grille which has become synonymous with all Nissans in recent years, including the Nissan Qashqai and Nissan Micra. The new Juke is also longer, wider and taller than the 1 st generation Juke. Despite this, it is still lighter than the old car. The new larger size means the car has much more legroom and headroom in both the front and back seats, and also has 20% more boot space.
The All-New Nissan Juke will be available in multiple different trim levels. All versions get impressive features as standard such as Apple CarPlay & Android Auto, a Rear View Camera, and alloy wheels. Top model versions will come with other tech features such as SatNav, a Bose audio system, heated seats, a 360° camera, Blind-Spot Intervention, Intelligent Cruise Control and Rear Cross-Traffic Alert.
The New Juke has been designed and engineered by a collaborative team of Nissan’s best designers from across Europe. With the goal of once again dominating the B-SUV segment it’s predecessor launched, the New Juke will feature Nissan’s incredible suite of safety tech, including ProPILOT cruise control and ProPILOT Park self-parking technology.
The new Juke will be available with a manual or automatic gearbox, mated to a 117bhp petrol engine. A plug-in petrol-hybrid model will be available later in 2020 also.