The Juke range is comprised of three equipment levels: Visia, Acenta and Tenka, with the entry level Visia offering standard equipment such as 16-inch alloy wheels, ESP, six airbags, sports seats and air conditioning. The Acenta comes with 17-inch alloys, climate control, Bluetooth with USB connectivity and the Nissan Dynamic Control System and offers two optional packages, the Sport Pack and the Nissan Connect.
The range-topping Tenka includes standard features like leather upholstery, Nissan Connect, a reversing camera and an Intelligent Key with engine start button.
The Juke’s engine range is comprised of two petrol powerplants and a diesel unit. The entry level petrol engine is a 1.6 liter one that offers 117 hp and 157 Nm of torque. This is followed by a turbocharged 1.6 liter unit, which develops 190 hp and a maximum torque of 240 Nm. Diesel-lovers can opt for the 1.5 liter dCi engine, which comes with 110 hp and 240 Nm of torque.
The naturally aspirated engine uses a five speed manual transmission or an optional CVT gearbox, the 1.5 liter diesel comes with a six speed manual transmission and the forced induction petrol powerplant is mated to a six speed manual ‘box or to a CVT, with the latter being the only model that offers four wheel drive (the rest of the range comes with front wheel drive).
The Nissan Juke starts at 12,795 pounds (EUR15,100) for the Visia model powered by the naturally aspirated petrol engine. The diesel model has a starting price of 14,145 pounds (EUR16,700). At the top of the range, we find the 4WD Tenka model equipped with the turbocharged 1.6 liter unit that can be yours for 19,995 pounds (EUR23,600).