Nissan’s New Juke Rolls into Town!

Published on 18th October 2019 at 14:39


The all-new Nissan Juke, compact crossover, follows in the successful ten years of its predecessor, hoping to add to the 1.5 million units it has sold around the world. Built on the CMF-B platform, the Nissan Juke will be produced at Nissan's manufacturing plant in Sunderland, U.K.

First deliveries of the new Juke will start in mid-November 2019 and will be available in 5 different grades: XE, SV, SV Premium, SVE and N-Design.  The entry-grade XE model will be available from €21,995 rising to €26,950 for the fully equipped SVE and N-Design grade versions.

Juke grade pricing: 

  • XE – From €21,995
  • SV – From €23,650
  • SV Premium – From €24,650
  • SVE – From €26,950
  • N-Design – From €26,950


First impressions

The latest JUKE retains design features including the circular headlamps to give an instantly-recognisable face, these lights now feature a Y-shaped LED signature which complements Nissan's trademark V-Motion grille.

19-inch wheels and a 'floating' roof design plus sharply-creased side panel details add to the JUKE's look.

A range of 11 body colours in combination with 3 roof contrasted colours, with matching or contrasting colour combinations for body, roof and interior.

The new JUKE is roomier for both passengers and their belongings, with rear-seat knee room increased by 5.8 cm, rear headroom by 1.1 cm, while the luggage capacity grows 20% to 422 litres.

Inside Story

The interior design has been finished with upmarket materials and ambient lighting, with new soft-touch materials on the dashboard, door trim and footwells. Monoform seats with a single-piece backrest add a sporty look and can be trimmed in Alcantara or leather.

The front seats also incorporate on selected grades the Bose Personal Plus audio system, delivering high-quality and immersive sound. Coming with eight powerful speakers, including two sets of Bose UltraNearfield speakers integrated into both front seat headrests, listeners can enjoy immersive music in ultra-clear definition.

This can be controlled via a 'floating' 8-inch infotainment display providing easy access to the Nissan Connect Services.

Juke Trim Levels

A new N-Design grade joins the familiar Visia, Acenta, N-Connecta and Tekna models in the new JUKE line up and offers a comprehensive personalisation package.

Customers can choose between three combinations to finish the seats, dashboard, door panel and armrest, the Urbanizer, the Midnight, the Juke. 

19-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels are standard on N-Design and overall N-Design offers 20 combinations of personalised exterior and interior.

Juke Engines

A 1.0litre, 3-cylinder, turbo0charged petrol engine promises efficiency, responsiveness and fun-to-drive, producing 117PS and 180Nm of torque (200Nm with over torque function). It is driven through a six-speed manual transmission as standard, with a new dual-clutch automatic with paddle shifts available as an option. CO2 emissions are also reduced, starting from 135 g/km (WLTP) for manual transmission and 138 g/km (WLTP) for DCT.

A "D-Mode" allows drivers to switch effortlessly between three modes – Standard, Eco and Sport – to adjust the response of the car depending on the road or the driver's mood.

Juke Tech

This new 2020 Nissan Juke comes with a host of advanced driving assistance technologies and infotainment options, the safety features include:

  • Intelligent Emergency Braking
  • Pedestrian and Cyclist Recognition
  •  Intelligent Speed Assist
  • Traffic Sign Recognition
  • Intelligent Lane Intervention
  • Rear Cross Traffic Alert
  • Blind Spot Intervention.

Blind Spot Intervention warns drivers when there is a vehicle hidden from view alongside them, and guides the Juke back into the lane to prevent a collision.

Juke drivers will also benefit from Nissan's advanced ProPILOT technology that autonomously keeping the Juke in lane and maintaining a constant, safe distance from other cars, even in slow-moving queues.

The A-pillars, between the windscreen and door frames, have been made thinner, to improve visibility. Night visibility is improved further thanks to standard LED headlamps, which increase the field of visibility by 10 metres in width and 5 metres in length.

Juke connected

The 2020 Juke has the most advanced infotainment system ever fitted to a Nissan. It includes effortless integration of smartphones, an app to control and monitor the Juke, and in-car WiFi available early 2020.

The latest version of the NissanConnect infotainment system allows customers to use Apple CarPlay or Android Auto to mirror their smartphone apps on the integrated 8-inch touch screen display.

If not using the phone's navigation, drivers can access TomTom Maps & Live Traffic. The Juke's Google Assistant compatibility offers a wide range of commands, including the ability for drivers to send destinations to the car's navigation system by talking to their smart device.