Used Nissan Juke cars for sale

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Nissan was way ahead of the curve with its Qashqai crossover, which sold so well that the Japanese maker repeated the trick one market-segment down with the Nissan Juke – a supermini-sized SUV.

Much of what makes the Qashqai so popular also applies here, namely affordable purchase and running costs, good reliability, generous standard equipment and a handy helping of practicality, but the Juke also mixes in a more youthful design and sharper driving dynamics for extra energy.

Now in its second generation, the Nissan Juke remains as popular as ever, and even has a strong claim to being British seeing as it’s built at Nissan’s Sunderland plant!

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Nissan Juke Engine Sizes

Later examples of the 2010-2019 Nissan Juke kept the engine line-up pleasingly simple, with just a 1.6-litre petrol and 1.5-litre dCi diesel to choose from, though others including a 1.2-litre petrol were offered earlier in production.

The 2019-on generation is exclusively powered by a perky 1.0-litre three-cylinder turbocharged engine.

The first generation is available mostly in front-wheel drive, though all-wheel drive is available on some variants. The second generation is purely front-wheel drive. In both cases buyers can choose from either manual or automatic gearboxes.

Bodystyles

The Nissan Juke is offered exclusively as a five-door compact crossover. At around 4.1 to 4.2 metres long (depending on spec and generation), a Juke is only a little longer than the latest Ford Fiesta. Perfect for squeezing into tiny urban parking spaces, then.

Trim Levels

The 2010-2019 Juke was offered in four key trim levels: Visia, Acenta, N-Connecta and Tekna.

  • Visia offers 16-inch steel wheels, cloth seats and air-conditioning
  • Acenta is your entry point for 17-inch alloys, climate control, cruise control, plus USB and Bluetooth connectivity.
  • N-Connecta dials up technology with a 5.8-inch touchscreen that includes sat-nav and DAB radio, and there’s also auto headlights/wipers.
  • Tekna introduces leather seats and adds driver assistance features (see Technology section, below).

The 2019-onwards second-generation Juke follows the same logic, but adds range-topping Tekna+. Visia retains 16-inch steel wheels/cloth trim, while the new top-spec Tekna+ brings 19-inch alloys and two-tone metallic paint, but the key gains for the new generation relate to technology, as listed below.


Technology

Entry-level versions of the 2010-2019 Juke are relatively basic, which might be just the job, but you’ll need either N-Connecta or Tekna trim to get the 5.8-inch touchscreen with sat-nav and DAB radio (or one of the many special edition models – there are a huge number of these, so check the spec of each advert to be sure!).

Tekna’s driver-assist features include ‘Safety Shield’ to warn you of nearby cars when changing lanes, and a 360-degree camera to make parking easier.

The 2019-on Juke is offered with DAB Radio and Bluetooth as standard, though you’ll need Accenta trim to get the NissanConnect 8-inch Touchscreen with Apple CarPlay/Android Auto compatibility, and N-Connecta for TomTom sat-nav.

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