New Nissan Juke out next month and they release their prices today. Main improvement is the increased amount of luggage space.
An updated version of the Nissan Juke will arrive in UK showrooms in June. You still won’t mistake it for any other car on the road, but it has a lot more luggage space than the current model – unless it has four-wheel drive – and you can find more details about all that in our earlier news story.
When that was written, we didn’t know what the pricing situation was going to be, but Nissan has today confirmed that the entry-level Visia (with a 93bhp 1.6-litre petrol engine which we were previously led to believe was being deleted from the range but apparently now isn’t) will cost £13,420.
Visias come as standard with 16″ alloy wheels, air-conditioning, fabric upholstery, tyre pressure monitoring and daytime running lights, among other things. The Acenta, whose starting price with the cheaper 1.2-litre turbo petrol engine is £15,320, gets 17″ wheels, cruise control, climate control, a speed limiter, rear privacy glass, a leather-trimmed steering wheel with audio controls, a USB port and Bluetooth connectivity.
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