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Nissan Juke Tekna Pulse

NISSAN is releasing two special versions to its Juke range - the Juke Tekna Pulse and Juke N-Connecta Style.

The Pulse is aimed at music fans and comes equipped with an upgraded and more powerful audio system.

The sound system is one of a number of new features being introduced as standard on the Juke Tekna Pulse range.

It comes with new speakers from French audio company Focal, featuring a special six-speaker sound system, which Nissan say delivers crystal-clear audio.

Maximum power is raised from 40 Watts to 120 Watts in the front and rear speakers, and from 40 Watts to 100 Watts in the tweeters.

The Tekna Pulse special version, which is limited to 1,500 units, is available with a choice of two exterior colours - metallic black or dark grey - and each can be selected in either Tekna or N-Connecta grade.

Both feature the Juke's black exterior styling pack and 18-inch alloy wheels with black inserts as standard.

Inside, the special edition has sports pedals and luxury floor mats included on all versions. Tekna models also come with premium leather seats, while N-Connecta grade examples receive new part-leather seats.

Prices for Juke Tekna Pulse start from £20,700 for the DIG-T 115bhp turbo petrol and £22,305 for the dCi 110bhp turbo diesel.

The other special edition is the Juke N-Connecta Style, which is an upgraded version of the -Connecta grade.

On this model the styling pack features colour co-ordinated bumper and headlight finishers, mirror covers, 18-inch alloy wheel inserts in Tokyo black. It also has premium sports seats with black trim to match the centre console and door strips. Xenon headlights are now also included as standard.

The N-Connecta Style is priced starting from £18,755 for the DIG-T 115bhp petrol engine, and £20,360 for the dCi 110bhp diesel engine.


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