Nissan Juke

Nissan’s successful Juke crossover has been on sale since 2010 and is ripe for a replacement. The Nissan Juke had its market debut in June 2010 Back in the day, it opened the gates to an altogether new segment that has soared in popularity in various markets across the globe. Like the first-generation Nissan Juke, the second generation model is likely to have a radical design, perhaps even a more extreme one. The next-gen will be inspired by the Nissan Gripz Concept that debuted at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show It will be designed by Nissan Design Europe (London).

Nissan Juke

New Technology

The new Juke also comes with Nissan’s ProPilot technology. This means the car will assist with steering, acceleration and braking when in single-lane traffic. There are plenty of other safety aids on board too, including Intelligent Emergency Braking with Pedestrian and Cyclist Recognition, Traffic Sign Recognition, Intelligent Lane Intervention, Rear Cross Traffic Alert and Blind Spot Intervention. There are 11 exterior colors available, three roof colors and three interior color options. Alloy wheel designs vary in size from 16- to 19 inches.


There are new soft-touch materials for the dashboard and door trims, which also addresses a common complaint of the previous model A Bose sound system is offered, and sport seats are included as standard with optional Alcantara or leather upholstery. An eight-inch touchscreen display has integrated Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, while the NissanConnect app lets drivers check the status of their car from their phone.

Nissan Juke

Engine Features

The new platform will open up the possibility of new engines, so the new Juke could use the 1.3-liter petrol engine that’s found in the current Qashqai, Renault Kadjar, Dacia Duster and the new Mercedes A-Class From launch, the only engine will be a 1.0-liter turbocharged three-cylinder petrol borrowed from the Micra, which produces 115bhp and manages the 0-62mph sprint in 10.4 or 11.1 seconds, depending on whether you choose the six-speed manual or the seven-speed dual-clutch automatic. The latter replaces the disappointing CVT gearbox offered on the current car. Economy figures are yet to be revealed but around 45mpg is likely.

Car Lights Design

It looks like Nissan is keeping faith with the bug-eye headlights, the hidden rear door handles along with the flared wheel arches for the second-generation model — and it appears that its proportions will be identical to the current version too. Hmm, so what’s new about this one then? Well, the big changes are around the back as the newbie adopts a pair of horizontal shaped taillights in place of the current model’s boomerang-shaped lights, features 1156 led bulb to replace the yellow halogen bulb, and they resemble those of the Qashqai a little bit. A closer look at the front reveals a new V-motion grille (it was inspired by the latest-gen Leaf) while the interior could feature a floating” display on the dash along with the more new tech.

Nissan Juke

2020 Nissan Juke Nismo model has a position with the subcompact hybrid class. It is fulfilling to work, has better than visual appeal, and wonderful set up. Using this method, for the 2020 year show, we are prone to see changes in relatively each portion. Start off from the new position, during those times changes on the body, improved on the inside of so we consent to a variety of changes in the engine.

Targeting to the 2010-2018 Nissan Juke, if you need to upgrade the car lights to LEDs, you can find the replacement led bulbs on