THE NISSAN JUKE
Refuse to conform
With tail lights inspired by Nissan's high-performance 370Z, a fiercely sculpted bonnet and muscular lines, the Nissan Juke is a small SUV that's anything but ordinary. It has the look of a two-door sports car and the practicality of a five-door family SUV. The Nissan Juke really does provide the best of both worlds.
Ready To Ride
The Juke's sporting character is evident from the moment you open the door. The deeply bolstered seats and motorbike-inspired circular gauges of this compact SUV set the tone. For a final racy touch, interior personalisation options on selected grades let you add contrasting stitching in a choice of colours, so you can make it your own.
- Power Panoramic Roof
- Centre Console
- Hooded Gauges
NISSAN DYNAMIC CONTROL SYSTEM
CHANGE YOUR RIDE WITH THE PUSH OF A BUTTON
The Juke has the mode to match your mood thanks to the double agent on its dashboard. It's called the Nissan Dynamic Control System. It's a clever dual-layer interface that allows you to switch between climate control functions and driving mode settings. You'll see the buttons change in front of your eyes, keeping your dashboard free of unnecessary switches and putting you in full control to ensure the Juke's settings match your mood.*
The Juke protects you from the unexpected. That's because this small SUV is packed with Nissan Safety Shield Technologies – including Lane Departure Warning, Moving Object Detection and Blind Spot Warning. Cameras and sensors do all the hard work to ensure your Juke is always in safe hands.* The Juke holds a five-star crash safety rating from Euro NCAP. Owners report reasonable reliability in our Driver Power survey
Parking is made easier with around view monitor. It puts you in control with a crystal clear view of your surroundings. You’ll never have to worry about parking again.
Traditional four-wheel drive systems distribute a car's power between the front and rear wheels. For those versions of the Juke equipped with All Mode 4x4-i, the power is also shifted from side to side at the rear. It's called torque vectoring, and it means more power is sent to the outside rear wheel when you turn into a corner, so you hold your course accurately and accelerate away more easily.