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With a decade on UK roads, the Nissan Juke brings a visually striking, enjoyable small SUV to the market. It breaks the mould when it comes to modern car design. Turning heads while driving a Nissan Juke will be commonplace.
The Juke was an instant hit with drivers in the UK. Clearly, this was thanks to its blend of practicality, quality, and visual appeal. Undoubtedly one of the quirkiest cars in Nissan’s lineup.
The Juke doesn’t only look the part but also brings impressive performance with a sporty edge. It is one of the most popular crossovers on the market today with its solid functional nature. Top lights aid visibility and the headlamps bring a vintage appeal reminiscent of old rally cars.
You do have five seats in the Juke. This can comfortably accommodate five adults on longer trips too. Solid is also solid with plenty of cabin storage and a 422-litre boot. 12-litres more than the Nissan Qashqai offers. If you pick up a front-wheel-drive model you will also benefit from additional storage on top of that.
Like much of Nissan's offering, the Juke doesn’t leave much to be desired. It features impressive handling and unrivalled comfort. While it does have the appearance of a small SUV the handling of the Juke is closer to a supermini. This means you can expect it to be agile and move briskly through narrow streets and navigate traffic with ease. You’ll also appreciate the handling of the Juke as it remains stable on corners and twists on the road.
Another reason to consider the Nissan Juke for your next car is the level of visual appeal it offers. The unique shape it boasts ensures you will stand out on the road. Truly a breath of fresh air with many other cars sharing several features. The key design elements of the Juke include pronounced wheel arches and wing mirrors, bug-eyed headlights, and a large rounded bonnet. This car is likely to be a favourite of bold drivers.
Inside the Juke brings an attractive and refined appeal while still retaining its fun vibe. It does bring a more functional and practical feel to the Juke than you might expect. Space in the Juke is also quite generous. In terms of both luggage and passenger. While it doesn't lead its class it still offers a comfortable experience and remains fairly competitive in its class.
You will also find the Juke to be incredibly safe. This has been recognised by Euro NCAP with the full five-star rating from Euro NCAP. The scores achieved by the Juke are truly impressive. It managed to take 94% in the adult class, 85% for children, 81% for vulnerable road users, and 73% for safety assist. Very reliable as you would hope for from a family car.
Even though the Juke is a relatively young car it has a number of different models to consider. At the base level of the offering, there is the Visia trim. Even though it is at the bottom of the range of trims you can expect a solid base level of equipment. This includes 16” alloys, six airbags, ABS with EBD brake assist, electric speed-sensitive power steering, EPS, ISOFIX child seats, and manual air conditioning.
Then there is the Acenta. If you opt for this trim you’ll have everything above and upgrade your wheels to 17”, add climate control with a pollen filter, a colour reversing camera, cruise control with a speed limiter, electric folding heated door mirrors, ESP, and Nissan’s Dynamic Control System. There are also two other versions of the Acenta with a Sport and a Premium version. The Sport model brings a sportier feel and rear tinted windows while the Premium adds electric power steering, Nissan Connect with a touchscreen with integrated sat-nav and audio system. It also has the Nissan Dynamic Control System.
At the higher end of the scale, we have the Tekna. It has 17” sports alloys, the Nissan Dynamic Control System, and rain-sensing wipers.
Or if none of these trims quite do it for you there is always the Nismo. Featuring 18” alloys, electric folding door mirrors, and unique Nismo styling to help you show off your premium Juke.
Like with any used car you’ll want to be incredibly vigilant ensuring that you don’t get burned when shopping for your next car. Inspect the car externally looking for signs of rust or botched repair work. This can be seen with discoloured panels or inconsistent paintwork. Ensure that all doors work as expected. Also, ensure the tyres still have a bit of life in them. A full set can be costly to replace. Tyres have an indicator on them to show where the minimum 20mm is. Another way to tell is to use a 20 pence coin. If using this method you’ll want the outside ring of the coin to fit into the tyre.
Once the external checks are complete it's time to get inside. Take it out for a test drive checking electronics, handling and any brakes to ensure you have good quality used Nissan Juke.