Better performance and ground-breaking technologies for the all-new Nissan Juke
Almost a decade after it set the bar for compact crossovers through its distinctive personality, the next-generation Nissan Juke arrives. The all-new Juke delivers new levels of performance and technology, within a striking yet roomier coupe crossover body.
With almost 1 million on the road in Europe, the Nissan Juke has resonated with European customers thanks to its stand-out design. The next-generation – which was unveiled yesterday in London, Paris, Milan, Barcelona and Cologne – appeals to European drivers, who value design, technology and performance, in addition to practicality, in the crossover segment.
The sporty Juke is designed for agility, but has also grown up. Dimensions are now 4,210 mm length; 1,595 mm height; and a width of 1,800 mm for better roominess while remaining compact and lighter by 23 kg. Thanks to high strength steel, the new model features a more rigid platform that offers better stability, performance and cornering capabilities, and new levels of confidence and control.
The new Juke is powered by an 1.0-liter three-cylinder DIG-T turbocharged petrol engine with 117 PS, giving drivers improved performance, fuel economy and refinement. Available with an engaging 6-speed manual or sporty 7-speed dual-clutch (DCT) paddle-shift transmission.
Nissan's advance ProPilot technology, which offers electronically assisted steering, acceleration and braking, will be available on the Juke for the first time. Designed for highway use in single-lane traffic, the ProPilot system accelerates and slows downs for the driver to maintain the right distance and speed and also keeps the car centred within the lane. In addition, Juke offers a full package of safety technologies, including Intelligent Emergency Braking with Pedestrian and Cyclist Recognition, Traffic Sign Recognition, Intelligent Lane Intervention, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, and Blind Spot Intervention.
The all-new Juke will continue to be produced at Nissan's manufacturing plant in Sunderland, U.K. The first customer deliveries will take place at the end of November in European markets.