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Been to Birmingham for the week end and the juke drove like a dream we were driving in snow 8inchesdeep and it was -12c and my 1.5dci tekna never missed a beat.We did 400 miles round
trip and the juke was just great. any one who is still waiting for ther juke it will be worth it.
 

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Are you an advanced driver???? - Cant say I find the JUKE That impressive in the snow ....

Glad you are happy with it though. how are you finding the diesel fuel consumption

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I thought it was excellent in the snow...totally agree with you John...make sure you turn of the ESP (if you have it).
 

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I will have to try to remeber to turn the ESP off and let you all know how I get on then....

Will have plenty more snow to experiment in!!!!


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Thanks John - its these little comments that helpall the 'Juke owners in waiting' keep a smile on our faces - glad the 1.5 dciis doingso well for you
 

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So esp off in the snow?
What is esp for then as i was under the impression it was there to prevent skidding?
 

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With the ESP Off the car will not cut engine power so the wheels will spin more freely which helps builds up a bit more wedge of snow which will give you more traction, with ESP on the car will not let the wheels spin so you lose traction....if that makes sense...
 
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