Unless you buy a Juke you have no personality, or at least that’s how we read Nissan’s claim of “putting a price on personality” as they released more details of the new for 2014 crossover.
Despite looking almost the same as the outgoing model Nissan claim the new Juke “will help the brand reinvent the compact crossover”, but we’ll leave you to judge that.
In the meantime we have a list of prices and full specifications for the mightily successful small crossover.
Arriving in dealerships in June this year the new Juke will start from £13,420 for the entry level 1.6, which produces 92bhp.
For that price you get the basic Visia trim, although to be fair to Nissan it’s far from basic, containing 16” alloys, air conditioning, a CD system with an AUX-IN connection for MP3 players, front and rear electric windows, tyre pressure monitoring system and daytime running lights.
At £15,320 Acenta trim adds 17″ ‘sport’ alloys, Bluetooth and USB connectivity, climate control, steering wheel-mounted audio controls and rear privacy glass.
Another £1,150 will get you Acenta Premium trim with NissanConnect system – incorporating satellite navigation, smartphone connectivity and access to online apps – a colour reversing camera, ‘Premium’ seat fabric and a black headliner and a Nissan Design Studio Personalised Interior package, including more choice in colour and fabric.
Buying the Acenta Premium with the DIG-T 187bhp petrol adds, 18” alloys, Nissan’s i-Key system, push-button ignition and electric folding and heated door mirrors for £18,020.
At the top of the trim range the Juke Tekna, for £17,670, will include heated leather seats, automatic headlights and rain-sensing wipers and Nissan’s Safety Shield collision avoidance system.