The all-new Nissan Juke has made its appearance and it’s definitely looking funky, fresh. As Nissan Australia promised its new small SUV the Nissan Juke is here in Australian showrooms.

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The latest car news, there are four variants of this small SUV available for purchase beginning with the Nissan Juke ST at $27,990; followed by the Nissan Juke ST+ at $30,740; then the Nissan Juke ST-L at $33,940. The segment is topped off by the Nissan Juke Ti which is $36,490. Prices presented excludes On-road costs.

Nissan Juke Power, Engine & Efficiency:

All-new Juke has a 1.0-litre three-cylinder turbocharged engine that produces 84kW of power. The power is sent to the front wheels via a seven-speed dual-clutch auto transmission and FWD

As for fuel consumption, the Nissan Juke is respectably one of the most efficient small SUVs consuming 5.8 litres per 100km.

Interior Design & Car Features

The Nissan Juke 2020 has scored a five-star ANCAP safety rating and possesses car features such as: 

–  Forward Collision Warning

–  Autonomous Emergency Braking 

–  Lane Departure Warning 

–  Blind Spot Warning

–  Lane-keep Assist

–  Rear Cross-traffic Alert

–  Reverse Camera 

–  Parking Sensors

As far as infotainment is concerned, it gets an 8.0-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and voice recognition as standard. In the Nissan Juke ST and Juke ST+, a 4.2-inch digital display sits in the instrument cluster and when upgrading to the Juke ST-L and Juke Ti it becomes 7.0-inches. Furthermore, upgrading will also buy you heated front seats, a leather-accented steering wheel, and ambient cabin lighting. 

This new small SUV will also feature added storage capacity with the boot owning 422 litres of space, and is better equipped to seat the taller population in the back by supplying more knee room and space between their heads and the roof of the small SUV.

Exterior Design: 

The Nissan Juke certainly has a distinctive look to it and whilst mimicking its predecessor’s general appearance, it definitely gives off a sportier feel with its inclined roof and pointed side glass that conjures an athletic finish. The face of the new Nissan Juke owns a V-shaped grille boarded by a metallic bar in the shape of a ‘Y’ that comes together quite smoothly. Slightly lower and on either side of the metallic bar, is a pair of round eye-like headlamps that adds its own character to this new small SUV. The Juke ST and Juke ST+ will have 17-inch alloy wheels while the Juke ST-L and Ti variants will upgrade to 19-inch wheels.

What To Ride team thinks that the Nissan Juke ticks many boxes in regards to what people look for in a small SUV; it’s stylish, safe SUV and one of the most efficient SUVs and it is expected to be a popular choice for many Australians who are planning to buy a new car!

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