The next generation Nissan Juke is now in our showroom. We go through what's new and how it compares to previous generations.

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From modest beginnings

Let's face it, the first generation Nissan Juke is quite an icon. Originally unveiled at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show, it polarised audiences with its looks. It was however, and has remained a unique, standout vehicle in an otherwise crowded market. And it's now time to pass the reins over to the brand new 2020 model.

The original Nissan Juke was built at the company's Sunderland plant for the European market, and launched in the UK in September 2010. It was an overwhelming success far surpassing Nissan's monthly sales target of 1,300 with a whopping 10,943 orders!

Revised in 2014, the facelift Nissan Juke has continued it's success thanks to its individual styling, spacious but compact proportions and onboard technology. The small SUV market has become a busy one in the last few years and with competition from the likes of the Suzuki Vitara and Suzuki S-Cross, Nissan have had to up their game with the new 2020 model.

The next generation Juke

The new Juke has had a full overhaul in the looks department, but you can certainly seen its ancestry to the first generation model. It has retained its unique shape but the lines have been made more angular, aggressive yet at the same time, sleek and sophisticated.

Under the hood is a 1.0 litre turbocharged petrol engine as seen in the more compact, city-loving Micra but don't be fooled into thinking the smaller engine will struggle to power the sizeable Juke; 115bhp and 133lb ft of torque allows the new model to sprint from 0-62mph in just 10.2 seconds. And thanks to the smaller engine, emissions have been significantly lowered and fuel economy massively improved.

"The second-generation Nissan Juke is bigger, lighter and better equipped than its predecessor"


More space & more technology

Nissan have worked hard to maximise the dimensions of the new Juke and provide both front and rear passengers with ample leg and head room without compromising on boot space. They have more than delivered on this with the front offering plenty of space for those who are a little taller and the boot providing an impressive 422 litres plus a height-adjustable floor.

As you'd expect with Nissan, there's a whole host of equipment as standard including DAB Radio, Bluetooth, LED headlights, Cruise Control, Lane Departure Warning and Traffic Sign recognition. Move up through the range and you'll experience technology at a brand new level with an Advanced Drive Assist Display, Nissan ProPILOT featuring an intelligent around view monitor as well as NissanConnect bringing your smartphone together with intuative navigation, audio and safety alerts.

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