The new Nissan Juke will arrive in the Staddlestones showroom in November, as they welcome the arrival of the second generation of Nissan’s pioneering B-Segment SUV.
We first saw the Nissan Juke on our roads in 2010, Nissan paved the way for the B-Segment SUV and made it unique with quirky styling and wide personalisation choices. Being one of Nissan’s best-selling models world-wide, their second-generation Juke had a lot to live up to.
Nissan have focused on the customer feedback from the previous Juke, with its style compromising boot space and room in the rear seats. The boot capacity on the new Juke is 422 litres, an upgrade of 68 litres over the previous model. This increase in space means the Juke’s boot capacity is now close behind its larger sibling, the Qashqai.
Starting from £17,395, Nissan’s striking new crossover comes with plenty of equipment as standard; LED headlamps and Daytime Running Lights, DAB Radio, Bluetooth, USB and AUX connectivity, 4.2” full colour TFT screen combimeter, Cruise Cont rol and Speed Limiter. Furthermore, a heavy focus on safety kit is shown in the new Juke too, with Lane Departure Warning with Intelligent Lane Intervention and Traffic Sign Recognition standard on the entry-level, Visia.
Customers can also enjoy the latest version of Nissan’s responsive infotainment system, with an 8” colour touchscreen featuring Apple CarPlay & Android Auto, Nissan Connect Navigation with TomTom Traffic, and Colour Reversing Camera available on the mid-spec N-Connecta grade.
The next generation Nissan Juke is powered by a lightweight yet powerful turbocharged petrol engine. Choose between a 6-speed manual transmission, or a new, fast shifting 7-speed automatic DCT transmission, recently seen in the Qashqai and X-Trail, to match your particular driving style.
You are invited to the All-New Nissan Juke launch event at Staddlestones Nissan on 11th November from 18:30 – 20:30. Everyone is welcome to come along and see the Island’s debut of the second-generation Nissan Juke, which will be on display in the Nissan showroom, alongside the Juke it replaces