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big hello to all ,
thought I'd join the forum as me & my wife pick up our
new juke on the 1st september.
we live in Warwickshire & ordered from Nissan Coventry ,
our spec : juke acenta 1.5 dci in black , sports pack & chrome pack
looking forward to driving it !!!!!!
 

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Hi and welcome , just hope you know what you have let yourselves in for. Tc
 

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yep , 61 plate could have had it end of July , but we were going away
on holiday for 2 weeks in august so decided to wait
now can't wait !!!!!!!!
 

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jukey69 said:
yep , 61 plate could have had it end of July , but we were going away
on holiday for 2 weeks in august so decided to wait
now can't wait !!!!!!!!
welcome to the forum,and i am not going to be the one to start the 69 jokes,i will leave that to joy
 

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enjoy - and don't forget to wave (assuming it is safe to do so!)
 

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Welcome Jukey69. Another Midlander
. Now that the new reg is due, it's surprising how many more members have joined. There are going to be many more Jukes on the road this September and they are getting to be quite popular now.
 

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quite a few more but at least one less


mind you I am trying to buy this one so it will go back on the road if I get it
 

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deks36 said:
quite a few more but at least one less


mind you I am trying to buy this one so it will go back on the road if I get it




Obviously this one had no reversing camera
 

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FleetJuke said:
you think thats ouch you want to see the prices for the parts
the tailgate without glass etc is £780 +VAT lights £120 + VAT
even with my trade connections the cost of parts is in excess £2500
and thats assuming I can repair the rear quarters
 

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FleetJuke said:
blimey - am guessing it is worth the effort!
depends on cost of the car at the end of the day its under 6 months old with 900 miles on the clock
valued pre accident at £13490 if I can get it all finished at under £7K its a cheap car
it was intended for me me but it looks like I may have a buyer for it which is better still as I will make a nice profit, mind you got to buy first and thats the hard part
 
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