Nissan claims that its next generation JUKE is ‘The most connected Nissan ever’


Offering the same sense of style and fun together with a suite of advanced technologies, the Next Generation JUKE is the most connected Nissan.


The pioneering JUKE was unveiled a decade ago, and went on to sell 1.5 million around the world, carving a new niche for compact crossover SUVs which has been widely copied since.

The powertrain is highly advanced, with a downsized turbo petrol engine which is compact, lightweight, responsive and economical. For the first time the JUKE can also be specified with a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission with paddle shifters or a full auto mode. Together with an all new chassis, the new JUKE is fun-to-drive, refined and efficient with exceptional safety.

“The Nissan JUKE has never followed the crowd. Instead it leads the way, with its big personality and agile driving,” said Marco Fioravanti, Vice President, Product Planning, Nissan Europe. “The new model builds on the strong athletic design people love about JUKE and adds on a unique on-the-road experience thanks to ProPILOT and a large choice of intelligent technologies.”

The all-new JUKE has grown up, but still maintains its sense of fun with a contemporary interior and exterior look which will once again set a new standard in the B-crossover segment. It combines sporty style with a crossover stance. This offers a true ‘best-of-all-worlds' cross which is perfect for the city and beyond.

Despite being all-new, the car retains iconic design features, including the signature circular headlamps instantly recognisable as JUKE. To give it a new twist and bring the design up to date, these lights now feature a Y-shaped LED signature which complements Nissan's trademark V-Motion grille.

Under the sculpted bonnet is a 3-cylinder petrol engine which is both efficient and responsive. The turbo-charged 1.0-litre unit is compact and lightweight, delivering fun-to-drive performance. It produces 117PS and 180Nm of torque (200Nm with over torque function). A six-speed manual transmission is standard, while a new seven-speed dual-clutch automatic with paddle shifts is also available for the first time. Fuel economy has improved, achieving 45.6-47.9mpg (WLTP) for manual transmission versions and 44.1-46.3mpg (WLTP) for DCT models. CO2 emissions are also reduced, starting from 112g/km (NEDC-BT) for manual versions and 110 g/km (NEDC-BT) for the DCT.

The new Nissan JUKE is equipped with a host of advanced driver assistance technologies and infotainment options to make each journey safer, simpler and more enjoyable. The safety features include Intelligent Emergency Braking with Pedestrian and Cyclist Recognition, Intelligent Speed Assist, Traffic Sign Recognition, Intelligent Lane Intervention, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, and Blind Spot Intervention. Blind Spot Intervention on JUKE is a premiere on a Nissan model. The system warns drivers when there is a vehicle hidden from view alongside them, and guides the JUKE back into the lane to prevent a collision.

JUKE drivers can also benefit from Nissan's advanced ProPILOT technology on automatic versions. Helping to ease the stress of long commutes and heavy traffic during highway driving, the system controls steering, acceleration and braking to maintain JUKE's position in lane and a constant, safe distance from other vehicles, even in slow-moving queues. To improve vision in a safety-critical area, the A-pillars between the windscreen and door frames have been made thinner, yet retain their rigidity due to the strategic use of lighter ultra-high strength steel. At night, standard-fit LED headlamps improve the field of visibility to 10 metres - the best in the class.

Nissan knows that the type of customer who chooses a JUKE will expect their car to fit in with their connected life. As a result, the JUKE has the most advanced infotainment system ever fitted to a Nissan. It includes effortless integration of smartphones, an app to control and monitor the JUKE, and in-car WiFi (available early 2020) for data-hungry passengers. The latest version of the NissanConnect infotainment system allows customers to use Apple CarPlay or Android Auto to mirror their favourite smartphone apps on the integrated 8-inch touch screen display.

If not using the phone's navigation, drivers can access TomTom Maps & Live Traffic. The JUKE's Google Assistant compatibility offers a wide range of commands, including the ability for drivers to send destinations to the car's navigation system by talking to their smart device.

The Next Generation JUKE is built on the CMF-B platform and will be produced at Nissan's award-winning manufacturing plant in Sunderland, UK with first deliveries starting from November in the UK. It is on sale now, with prices starting from £17,395 ($21,396) OTR RRP.

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