Nissan Juke Top Features
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How Does A Nissan Juke Lease Work?
Why Lease A Nissan Juke With Vanarama?The small SUV market is extremely competitive, with high-riding, compact and practical cars becoming ever more popular. There are so many to choose from that it’s easy to mix them up. But it’s hard to confuse the Nissan Juke with anything else.Its design is unlike any other model on the market, which makes it a great choice if you want something a little different. It’s not just about looks, though. The Juke has a great quality interior and treads a fine line between comfort and sporty handling, which gives it plenty of all-round appeal.
A Cabin Full Of Character
A Comfortable Drive That’s Good To Handle
There’s a very reasonable amount of space in the Juke, with room for 4 adults without any major issues. Rear headroom will be tight for those over 6-foot tall, but legroom is more than acceptable. If you do need more space, look at the Skoda Kamiq. Children might find it a bit hard to see out, as the rear windows are placed rather high on the car.
The boot has a height-adjustable floor, which means no lip to haul luggage over, and it’s a good size at 422 litres. The Kamiq’s boot is larger, though. Some rivals will let you extend the boot space by sliding the rear seats forward, but that’s not an option in the Juke.
When it comes to space for odds and ends, there’s a (small) space under the central armrest and 2 cupholders up front, as well as a good-sized glovebox. The door pockets are roomy, too. up front, as well as a good-sized glovebox. The door pockets are roomy, too.
With just a solitary engine choice, you don’t need to comb the brochures to find the most economical model. The petrol engine promises up to 47.9mpg with a manual gearbox, depending on trim level. That drops to 46.3mpg if you have an automatic. It compares well to the competition, although Ford’s Puma promises even better, and with more power too.
Colours & InteriorsThe Juke is available in 26 stylish colours, and 15 duo-tone matches. There are also various interior choices for those who like to customise. Check out our Juke colour guide for details.
Nissan Juke Trim Levels
The Nissan Juke Vs Competitors
The Juke has some very distinguished rivals. For others with distinctive looks, check out the Hyundai Kona, Toyota C-HR and Citroen C3 Aircross, while if driving fun is a priority then the Ford Puma should be at the top of your list. Our head to head article pits the Puma against the Juke, well worth a read if you want to compare these exceptional compact crossovers.
The Puma is also an excellent all-rounder, as is the Skoda Kamiq, which gives you plenty of interior space. Volkswagen’s T-Roc is also spacious and stylish too.
If you want additional power options, Renault’s Captur has a plug-in hybrid option, and there’s electric choice from the Hyundai Kona Electric, the Kia Niro EV, the Skoda Enyaq and more.
Check out our 10 best Juke alternatives article for a more detailed look at its competitors.
Yes. It’s decent in a number of ways. Its chief strengths are its looks and interior quality. While there’s nothing wrong with the way it drives, some rivals are more impressive, and others have more interior space.
We’d steer clear of the entry-level Acenta as it misses out on several features. The best all-round model, in our book, is the N-Connecta, which gets you alloy wheels, navigation and a touchscreen infotainment system.
Yes, the Juke is made at Nissan’s plant in Sunderland, England.
Yes, the petrol engine in the Juke is relatively efficient compared to rivals, although the Ford Puma is better.
No, all versions of the Nissan Juke are front-wheel drive.
Nissan has a mixed reputation for reliability of late, scoring poorly in several independent surveys and studies but better in others. The Juke comes with a 3-year warranty, but plenty of rivals have more confidence in their products, with 5 or 7 years of cover provided.
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