Major upgrades for

Nissan Juke

Nissan Juke, 2024, front
Nissan Juke, 2024, front
Nissan Juke, 2024, side
Nissan Juke, 2024, rear
Nissan Juke, 2024, interior
Nissan Juke, 2024, display screen
Nissan Juke, 2024, phone charger
Nissan Juke, 2024, cup holders
Nissan Juke, 2024, rear seats

THE Nissan Juke is getting a major makeover to keep the popular compact crossover right up to date.

Most of the updates are on the interior where the Juke gets a new centre console and instrument panel, a larger touchscreen and added connectivity features.

The mid-life upgrade also sees the introduction of an additional grade called N-Sport and the reintroduction of a yellow exterior colour option following its popularity on the first-generation Juke.

Andrew Humberstone, managing director of Nissan GB, said: "The latest generation Juke was launched in 2019 and continual improvements, including a new hybrid powertrain, have ensured it remains popular with UK customers in a fiercely competitive sector.

"2023 was the current generation Juke's best-selling year and these latest updates retain its distinctive style while enhancing connectivity, quality, interior design and safety to ensure it stays ahead of the competition."

The central screen now measures 12.3-inches as well as a similarly sized digital screen in the instrument panel on N-Connecta grade models upwards.

There's also an improved voice recognition system while wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are also now available as is wireless phone charging.

Other new features include speed camera information and fuel price information that can be displayed in the navigation map and the infotainment system can now play video content from USB connected devices when the car is stationary.

Other updates to the interior of all Juke grades includes an enlarged 6.6-litre glovebox which is 29 per cent larger than previously.

The armrest has been redesigned to be more supportive, with an asymmetric design that increases the reach by 25mm without compromising the cupholders. The armrest lifts to give access to a centre storage cubby, as per the previous Juke, but the lid now features a clip which can hold three credit cards.

All grades of Juke are now equipped with an electric handbrake and on the hybrid version, the e-Pedal and EV Mode buttons have been relocated for greater convenience.

There are also extra driver aids such as driver alertness with lane keeping assist an option and standard of top-grade Tekna model while the definition of the reversing camera has been improved to add clarity at night.

The Juke remains with two powertrain options. The electrified option is Juke Hybrid - now available from Acenta Premium spec and has 143ps - 25 per cent more than before.

The non-electrified engine option is Nissan's 1.0-litre three-cylinder DIG-T turbocharged petrol engine which develops 114ps which is available either with a six-speed manual or seven-speed DCT gearbox.

The updated Juke is to be built at Nissan Sunderland Plant, where more than 1.3 million units have been built since the original was launched in 2010.

The car will be built on the plant's second production line, alongside Qashqai.

Prices for the new Juke are still to be announced.


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