New Nissan Juke price and spec revealed – costs from £13,420Thu, 01 May 2014
The new Nissan Juke (pictured) now on sale from £13,420
The ‘new’ Nissan Juke – revealed at Geneva in March – may not really be ‘new’, but it has been thoroughly updated for 2014 with new tach, new engines and more personalisation options than before. Trim levels are similar to the previous model Juke - Visia, Acenta, Acenta Premium and Tekna – with just the old N-Tec trim getting rebranded as Acenta Premium.
The entry-level for the Juke is the 1.6 94PS in Visia trim which offers 16″ alloys, AirCon, CD with AUX-In and MP3 inputs, electric windows, daytime running lights and tyre pressure monitoring.
Move up to the Acenta trim (prices start at £15,320) and you can add 17″ alloys. Bluetooth, USB, Climate, Privacy glass and steering wheel controls for the sound system.
The Acenta Premium (the replacement for the old Juke N-Tec and costing from £16,470) gets the new Nissan Connect with SatNav, online Apps and smartphone connectivity, reversing camera and upgraded interior with a Design Studio Personalised interior package thrown in.
Spend a but more on the Juke Acenta Premium by going for the DIG-T 190PS setup (costs from £18,020) and you’ll get more still with 18″ alloys, Keyless and electric folding and heated door mirrors.
Top of the tree is the new Juke Tekna (which costs from £17,670) which gets all the toys with leather, auto lights and wipers and Nissan Safety Shield – which incorporates lane departure and blind spot warnings and advanced moving object detection – thrown in.
You can also add the most appealing options where you need them, with the Open-air sunroof costing £750, Xenons £500 Personalised Exterior PAckage £170, Personalised Interior and Exterior Package £520 and Nissan Safety Shield £400.
Order books for the thoroughly updated – and still appealing – Juke are now open, and with prices from £13,420 (just £225 more than the original entry-level Juke) rising to £22,670 for the range-topping Juke Tekna DIG-T 190 with 4WD, CVT, open air roof and Xenons, there’s a Juke for everyone.
By Cars UK