Nissan have released details of their new Sunderland-built ‘Juke N-Tec’ crossover which is designed to capture the imagination of the emerging tech-hungry driver.
Nissan have teamed up with internet behemoths Google to add a flurry of helpful in-car geekery to the car’s idiosyncratic looks. Nissan’s Connect system offers Send-To-Car-Technology; owners can send road directions from their personal portable media device direct to their car. This technology removes the temptation of planning directions while on the move. Drivers of the N-Tec will also have access to the Google® Points of Interest (POI) database which offers weather forecasts, local fuel prices and flight information.
There’s lane guidance technology, an economy feedback system which scores drivers on how efficiently they are driving, and the Nissan Dynamic Control System. Nissan’s DCS offer drivers a number of different driving modes and, via the 5.8” touchscreen, the ability to control in-car climate. There’s also a helpful reverse parking camera and display. The Juke’s next gen Nissan Connect system also offers Bluetooth for mobiles and MP3 players. Upgrades on the new Juke is not limited to the interior: 18-inch alloys are also included on a car that starts out at £16,295.
Under the hood, buyers are offered one diesel and two petrol engines along with the option of 4x4i intelligent four-wheel drive or XTRONIC M-CVT transmission (when ordering the 1.6-litre DIG-T engine).
- 18-inch n-tec alloy wheels
- 225/45 R18 tyres
- Black bezels for bonnet light strips
- Gloss black door mirrors, black B-pillar, centre console, door trims
- Dual exit exhaust finisher on the DIG-T engine only
- Black headliner on the DIG-T engine only
On The Road Prices
- Juke n-tec 1.6 manual – £16,295
- Juke n-tec 1.6 manual Stop/Start System – £16,495
- Juke n-tec 1.6 CVT – £17,295
- Juke n-tec 1.5 dCi manual – £17,690
- Juke n-tec 1.6 DIG-T 2WD manual – £17,795
- Juke n-tec 1.6 DIG-T 4WD M-CVT – £20,000