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Milan, the symbolic city of fashion and design, recently hosted the preview of the new Nissan Juke. Held at MiCo, in the heart of the City Life district, the event attracted press and public attention for its innovative design and performance.

Innovation and style at the center

The Nissan Juke, presented online on February 14, includes a number of innovations that make it the undisputed protagonist in the B-SUV segment. The new yellow design, refreshed interiors, cutting-edge on-board technology and the introduction of the new N-Sport version mark a turning point for the model that has been creating and dominating the compact crossover market since 2010.

Nissan and the Milan Marathon

The partnership between Nissan and the Milan Marathon further strengthens the link between the brand and major events in the city. As the exclusive automotive sponsor and official car of the event, Nissan confirms its commitment to promoting an active and sustainable lifestyle. The Nissan cars that appear on the marathon route symbolize the perfect combination of sport, innovation and consideration for the environment.

A record route

The marathon, with its reconstructed route that starts and ends in Piazza Duomo, promises to be one of the fastest on an international scale. The new route, which passes through the most iconic places in Milan, offers a unique opportunity to discover the city in a new light with the presence of Nissan cars that will guide the athletes through this unique experience.

Completely renovated interiors and a new N-Sport version

Stepping aboard the Nissan Juke, the first thing you’ll notice is the new central infotainment with a 12.3-inch screen, tilted 8° towards the driver to make it easier to read and use the touch controls. The system is equipped with new and intuitive graphics, as well as voice recognition, which is even more effective thanks to a wide range of phrases, expressions and commands. In addition to Apple Car Play, Android Auto is now also WiFi.

Also new is the instrument panel with a high-resolution 12.3-inch TFT digital screen (1920 x 720 pixels available from the N-Connecta trim level, 7 inches for the Acenta trim level) with customizable graphics and content. In the middle of the screen, between the speed and rev indicators, it is possible to view a number of key information, including: navigation data and map, fuel consumption, tire pressure, audio system data. This information is accessed via the controls on the steering wheel.

In addition, the infotainment system can play video content from USB-connected devices when the car is stationary.

A new and unprecedented N-Sport setup characterized by stylish elements that emphasize its dynamic character. On the exterior, the moldings, side trims, roof, mirrors and pillars are black in contrast to the rest of the body. In the passenger compartment, there are yellow surfaces at the top of the dashboard, at the base of the new infotainment and in line with the air vents.

The N-Sport seats feature a quilted base and post, yellow Alcantara® inserts on the outer upper, yellow stitching and “Juke” embossed at shoulder height on the seat post.

New seats also for the N-Connecta, N-Design and Tekna versions, featuring new materials, new fabrics and new processes that improve their quality and comfort. In the Tekna version, the seats have an even sportier look thanks to headrests with an opening in the central part.

Sustainability and technology

In the name of sustainability, Nissan confirms its commitment with the launch of hybrid versions of the Juke. This choice not only responds to the needs of the public, which is increasingly aware of the importance of environmental protection, but also underlines the brand’s desire to be at the forefront of the automotive sector.


The Nissan Juke comes with two drive options: Hybrid and DIG-T.

The JUKE hybrid powertrain is now available across the range, including the entry-level Acenta. The system consists of a specially developed new-generation Nissan combustion engine that provides 69 kW (94 hp) of power and 148 Nm of torque. The main electric motor, also from Nissan, has an output of 36 kW (49 hp). ) and a torque of 205 Nm. The drive unit is complemented by a 15 kW high-voltage starter/generator (secondary electric motor), an inverter, a liquid-cooled battery with a capacity of 1.2 kWh and a multiple gearbox.

The engine provides 25% more power than the petrol variant and especially in the city, the car runs on electricity most of the time (about 80% of the time), with consumption reduced by 40% in the city and 20% in the city. combined cycle.

The petrol engine solution, offered at the same price as the previous version, is equipped with a 1.0-liter turbocharged three-cylinder DIG-T engine with 114 hp and 180 Nm of torque (200 Nm with overtoring function), making the car elegant and fun. Two transmissions: 6-speed manual or 7-speed dual-clutch automatic (DCT) with Eco, Standard and Sport drive mode selector.

Motorization Consumption Emission
WLTP combined cycle WLTP combined cycle
TU-T MT 5.8-5.9 l/100 km* 133-135 g/km*
DIG-T DCT 6.0-6.2 l/100 km* 137-141 g/km*
Hybrid 4.7-4.9 l/100 km* 107-112 g/km*

*depending on settings

13 years of manufacturing in the UK

The Nissan Juke is manufactured at Nissan’s Sunderland plant, where more than 1.3 million units have been produced since it was launched in 2010. The car will be built on the plant’s second production line together with the Qashqai.

Adam Pennick, vice president of manufacturing, Nissan Sunderland plant, said: “Our team is proud to see the Juke in action and it’s exciting to see yellow back on the production lines for the first time in six years.”

The Juke is the fourth most produced model at the Sunderland plant after the Qashqai, Micra and Primera. Last summer, the plant produced its 11 millionth car since production began in 1986.

Range and prices

The new Nissan Juke is available in five trims – Acenta, N-Connecta, N-Design, N-Sport, Tekna – all with hybrid or petrol powertrains, with the following entry prices for the petrol versions

Acenta from 25,000 euros

N-Connecta is giving away 26,800 euros

N-Design, N-Sport and Tekna, all from 28,600 euros

A detailed price list including Full Hybrid versions will be available in April.

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