Nissan have announced full pricing and specification details for the hotly anticipated new Nissan Juke.
With first deliveries of the new Juke starting in mid-November 2019, the Juke will be available in 5 different grades – XE,SV,SV Premium, SVE and N-Design.
The entry-grade XE model will be available from just €21,995 rising to €26,950 for the range-topping fully equipped SVE and N-Design grade versions.
- XE – From €21,995
- SV – From €23,650
- SV Premium – From €24,650
- SVE – From €26,950
- N-Design – From €26,950
The all-new JUKE has grown up, but still maintains its sense of fun with a contemporary interior and exterior look which will once again set a new standard in the B-crossover segment.
It combines the style of a coupe with a crossover stance. This offers a true ‘best-of-all-worlds’ cross which is perfect for the city and beyond.
The entry grade XE model comes very well equipped. Its standard equipment list includes 16-inch steel wheels, LED headlights, air-conditioning, a 4.2-inch TFT screen between the dials on the instrument cluster, as well as safety equipment including automatic emergency braking, lane-keeping assist, cruise control and hill start assist.
Next in line is the SV model which starts at €23,650 and features 17-inch alloy wheels, a rear view camera, a Wi-Fi hotspot, and an eight-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and voice control recognition.
The mid-range SV Premium model is €24,650 and has LED fog lights, tinted rear windows, rain-sensing wipers, rear parking sensors, and electric and heated door mirrors.
Analogue dials are swapped for a seven-inch digital instrument cluster, an auto-dimming rear-view mirror, automatic climate control, ambient lighting, TomTom sat-nav and a leather trimmed steering wheel and gear knob.
The range then splits into two – SVE and N-Design. Both models are priced the same at €26,950 and get 19 inch alloy wheels as standard – but both models are designed to appeal to two different types of customers.
The SVE model is designed to appeal to those customers that enjoy technology. It gets heated semi-leather front seats, a 360-degree camera, Nissan’s driving and Park Assist technology and Nissan’s Pro-Pilot system as standard.
Further advanced safety features are also included, namely adaptive cruise control, an advanced driver monitoring system and rear cross-traffic alert.
For customers that want to add their own distinctive twist and stamp to their car, there’s the N-Design grade which offers the ultimate personalisation package.
Standard on N-Design the imposing 19-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels enhance the exterior with an athletic and dynamic look. Also included as standard on the N-Design grade are a range of two tone roof colours plus bumper trims and other highlighted exterior parts.
Also on N-Design customers can select from a range of optional personalised interiors. There are three combinations in white, black and orange to finish the seats, dashboard, door panel and armrest.
There is a modern high contrast black and white synthetic leather, a refined and stylish black Alcantara® and leather interior or the eye-catching energetic cockpit with its orange and black leather.
All options give the new JUKE a highly premium feel.
Overall N-Design offers 20 combinations of personalised exterior and interior.
The new Juke is available with one 115bhp 1.0-litre turbocharged three-cylinder petrol that’s paired with a six-speed manual gearbox or a new seven-speed dual clutch automatic. The DCT Transmission is available on all grades and adds €1,650 to the price of the car.
CO2 emissions range from 112g/km to 118g/km depending on wheel sizes and transmissions.