Nissan Juke Model Information
Juke has been conceived with the specific intention of fulfilling unmet customer expectations by adding much dynamism and masculinity to the sober, safe small car market. Who does Nissan imagine will buy Juke in Europe?
Clearly Urbanite, male customers are expected to be predominant but a significant proportion of buyers are anticipated to be women – one third according to Nissan’s estimates. Nissan Juke will attract a younger audience than average Nissan customers (around half will be below 40), and is set to have a broad appeal, supporting Nissan’s research that there is widespread disillusionment at the lack of excitement in the small car sector in Europe.
Sales of Juke will come largely from the B-segment and Nissan is also expecting to attract C-segment customers, with people trading down to enjoy something more radical and inspirational. As with the successful Nissan Qashqai, a large majority – as high as 80 per cent – of Juke customers will be new to the Nissan brand.
Although Juke has a long list of standard equipment, Nissan has developed a full range of accessories enabling owners to personalise their cars still further. Among the items on offer are different designs of alloy wheel as well as front and rear under body protectors to accentuate the SUV element of the design.
Other exterior features include exhaust finishers, a roof spoiler and wind deflectors on the doors, while inside an owner can add illuminated door sills and interior accent lighting. Practical touches include advanced security systems as well as extra storage opportunities in the front armrest and in the luggage area.
There are three engine and manual or CVT transmission choices. At the top of the range is a newly developed 1.6-litre Direct Injection Gasoline turbocharged (DiG-T) engine which develops 190PS and 240Nm.
Just about the only conventional aspect to Juke is the model line-up, which follows Nissan’s established Visia, Acenta and Tekna lines. While available equipment includes climate control, leather upholstery, a rear view camera and Intelligent Key, Juke customers can also enjoy some more unusual features.
Exterior Pictures of the Nissan Juke, includes front pictures, side pictures and pictures of the rear.
Its highly individual lines are carried over virtually intact from Qazana. The boldness of the design reflects the significance of the B-segment in the European market: Europe is expected to take the lion’s share of sales ahead of the other main markets, including North America and Japan.
Interior Pictures of the Nissan Juke, includes Juke Central Console, Dials, Climate Control, Door Cards, Seats
Interior Pictures of the Nissan Juke, includes air vents, dash board, centre console
Juke’s active, sporting exterior is matched by its interior… where the dominant feature also displays a sense of fun: the centre console, finished in a high gloss paint, resembles a motorcycle fuel tank.
Nissan Juke Brochure
Nissan is set to change the urban landscape… for the third time. Following in the wheeltracks of the Murano large crossover and the Qashqai – the pioneering alternative to the traditional C-segment hatchback – comes their younger brother, the Nissan Juke.
Nissan Juke price list, Nissan has today announced the prices of its ground-breaking compact crossover model, the Juke. Priced to put another Nissan in the UK’s best sellers list, the Juke will be available from a supermini-rivalling £12,795 on the road.
As new models evolve so a platform will undergo a number of changes, and Juke’s underpinnings are no exception. For its application on Juke, it has been lengthened, widened and significantly strengthened and lightened to enhance safety, refinement, and fuel efficiency.