Changes to Nissan’s big-selling compact crossover focus on styling updates and extra equipment.
Most significant exterior work is to the front end which now includes darker styling elements to the grille, headlamps and door mirrors. All versions from the second of the four trim levels, Acenta, now include LED fog lamps as standard.
There are also two new 16-inch alloy wheel design options on Acenta and Bose Personal Edition level models while those choosing the range-topping Tekna grade can specify optional 18-inch alloy wheels with a range of coloured inserts.
Coloured body parts available include front and rear bumper finishers, doors side sills and wing mirror caps – they are standard on Bose models and an option on Tekna versions. There also two new exterior body colours.
Inside the Bose Personal Edition model includes a bespoke to Nissan BOSE personal audio system with six speakers, two built into the driver’s headrest.
Two new interior personalisation options are offered on Bose Personal Edition and Tekna models, Energy Orange and Power Blue. The colour is applied to the central console, air vents, door inserts and seat upholstery while gloss black interior personalisation remains available.
Other changes include higher-quality leather on the steering wheel and easier-to-read dash information thanks to a new white-on-black information display.
According to Nissan’s European marketing head, Ken Ramirez, the changes will extend customer choice on the Juke. “The Nissan Juke is the pioneer of the B-segment crossover and is today one of our most established and much-loved models,” he says.
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