Nissan Juke Customer reviews - What Car?
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MVS - 2012 Nissan Juke SL AWD
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New Nissan Juke road test and review 2013
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The Nissan Juke is the latest in the car maker's line of segment-crossing
Built in Sunderland alongside the larger Qashqai, the Juke is a similar
size to a small hatchback such as the Fiesta or Corsa - but it looks
nothing like anything else on the market.
It looks like a hatchback on steroids - large, bulky wheel arches and a
raised ground height echo those of a larger SUV, while a highly sculptured
design, with large chiselled wheel arches, an aggressive looking front-end
and a sloped rear window are completely unique....
2012 Nissan Juke SL
A video of our new Nissan Juke SL. It's cayenne red with sunroof,
bluetooth, navigation, back-up camera, leather, keyless start, and other
options. I've added 55 watt 5000K HID lights and various LED lamps inside
and outside. The Juke comes in three trim levels; S, SV and SL. The SL
level includes all the options shown.
2013 Nissan Invitation Concept - Interior
Nissan's Invitation to All
Dynamic new concept bursting with technical innovation introduces the
company's next generation mainstream B-segment contender
INVITATION concept underlines Nissan's commitment to compact car segment
An inspiration for Nissan's forthcoming new offering in the compact
hatchback segment in Europe, to join Micra and Juke
Concept combines dynamic design, packaging and well balanced performance to
appeal to sophisticated European consumers
Technology includes advanced safety features as well as strong fuel economy
and low emissions
Nissan has revealed the first details of a head-turning hatchback concept
which previews the company's next generation compact car, a mainstream
B-segment contender to be sold alongside the Micra city car and innovative
JUKE B-segment crossover in Europe.
Called INVITATION, the dynamic concept - which will be unveiled at this
year's Geneva International Motor Show (8-18 March) - shows some of the
innovation and excitement promised for the new model, which is due to be
launched in Europe from 2013.
INVITATION is an energetic design, bringing fresh style, innovation and
excitement to the mainstream market. The clean fluidity of the silhouette
hints at its dynamic potential and showcases class-leading aerodynamics for
The side of the car is dominated by a distinctive character line, known
internally as the 'Squash Line', which adds a powerful dynamism to its
profile with distinctive sculpted front and rear wings giving INVITATION a
Inside, a refreshingly open cabin combines practicality and modernity with
impressive levels of quality and purposeful technology features.
François Bancon, Deputy Division General Manager of Product Strategy and
Product Planning Division, said: "The name we have given to this concept is
self-explanatory... the key benefit of this compact car is to be inviting.
"It is inviting thanks to its sensuous exterior design and generous and
comfortable interior space, cleverly packaged within compact overall
dimensions. It is Nissan's invitation to buyers in the compact hatchback
Class-leading performance and efficiency
Combining advanced engine technology, Nissan's acclaimed lightweight
platform and an aerodynamically efficient body mean INVITATION achieves
class-leading levels of fuel efficiency and emissions. Nissan is aiming for
an ultra-low CO2 emission target of under 100g/km for the best model and
with all versions eligible to wear Nissan's Pure Drive badge.
At the same time, responsive agile handling will ensure that when it comes
to driving dynamics, INVITATION will compete with the top performers in the
Advanced safety technology
But INVITATION is more than just a great looking car that's fun and frugal
to drive. The concept packs some of the most advanced technology ever seen
in the B-segment, all of which is designed to ensure the car is as safe as
Among the features is Nissan's advanced Around View Monitor (AVM) safety
technology - seen for the first time on a B segment car - which makes
reversing and parallel parking as stress-free as possible. In addition,
INVITATION also incorporates Nissan Safety Shield Technologies, which
interact with the driving environment keeping the driver aware of what is
happening around the car.
INVITATION's combination of energetic exterior style, thoughtful interior,
advanced safety features and class-leading emissions, fuel economy and
dynamic performance demonstrates Nissan's commitment to offering innovation
and excitement to all car buyers, no matter what type of car they are
looking to buy.
About Nissan in Europe
Nissan has one of the most comprehensive European presences of any overseas
manufacturer, employing more than 12,500 staff across locally-based design,
research & development, manufacturing, logistics and sales & marketing
operations. Last year Nissan plants in the UK, Spain and Russia produced a
range of vehicles including mini-MPVs, award-winning crossovers, SUVs and
commercial vehicles. Nissan now offers 24 diverse and innovative products
for sale in Europe today, and is positioned to become the number one
Japanese brand in Europe.
New Nissan Juke NISMO - 2012 Paris Motor Show
It only takes a quick look at the Juke-R to realize Nissan's expertise in
unusual performance cars most of us will never drive. For those who cant
justify shelling out more than half-a-million, there's the Juke NISMO.
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Nissan JUKE Walkaround
JUKE - Nissan's turbocharged Sport
Cross. This Nissan Insider video walkaround covers JUKE's unique blend of
SUV and sports car characteristics including rally style headlights, hidden
rear door handles, torque-vectoring All-wheel Drive, DIG™ turbo-charged engine and a sports-bike inspired
2012 Nissan Juke-R - Interiors
Juke-R to inject new excitement into the crossover market
•Juke and GT-R brought together to create the ultimate compact crossover
•One-off concept to test the public's reaction to a seriously sporty Juke
•Underlines the compact crossover's fun factor
•Fully road legal with GT-R drive train
•Developed for Nissan by RML with input from Nissan Technical Centre for
•Car currently in development; expected to complete first tests in
Question: What do you get when you cross a Nissan Juke with a Nissan GT-R?
Answer: The fastest, most exciting and daring compact crossover in the
Not content with re-shaping the new car market by pioneering the crossover
-- a success reflected in the soaring sales of its Qashqai and Juke models
-- Nissan is now creating the Juke-R, the first ever super crossover.
Currently under development, the bold design of the Juke is clear to see.
However, with the addition of flared wheel arches, revised front and rear
bumpers plus a unique split rear wing, this is no standard crossover. It's
a Juke that thinks it's a GT-R, and with good reason.
However, the car is not for production. It is a one-off, road legal concept
car developed by Nissan and built by leading motorsports outfit RML with
input from Nissan Technology Centre for Europe (NTC-E).
Under the hood is a 3.8-liter twin-turbo
V6 engine adopted directly from Nissan's flagship supercar. Under the floor
hides the GT-R's six-speed transaxle, with the front and rear ends joined
by a modified GT-R 4WD driveline and prop shaft, while chunky 20-inch RAYS
forged alloy rims fill each wheel arch.
The interior merges crossover and supercar with finesse, as the Juke's
dashboard has been transformed to accommodate the gauges, dials and 7-inch
customisable LCD display from the GT-R. The Juke's iconic center console,
inspired by the fuel tank of a motorcycle, remains while the rest of the
interior has the look of a machine bred for the track. Twin race-seats with
five-point harnesses sit inside a visible roll cage that gives FIA safety
standards as well as enhanced rigidity to provide the ultimate performance.
"Nissan Juke is one of the most exciting cars on the market today. Its bold
crossover design has captured the imagination of car buyers all over
Europe; after just a year on sale we are celebrating sales of more than
100,000 units," said Paul Willcox, Senior Vice President, Sales and
Marketing for Nissan in Europe.
"Juke lends itself perfectly to a sports derivative and Juke-R explores
that territory. Equally at home on road and track, Juke-R showcases two of
the most exciting cars in our range and highlights the technical innovation
that drives Nissan. This car will more than live up to the dynamic driving
experience we engineer into all our cars."