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New 2024 Nissan Juke N-Sport

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The 2024 Nissan Juke has been updated and for the first time in several years, it is now available in Iconic Yellow again!


A stylish new N-Sport trim level has been introduced to the Juke family and comes equipped with black roof rails, pillars, alloy wheels grille and inserts! If that wasn’t enough, a new set of five-spoke black alloy wheels is now available for the top trim levels.




The most notable changes on the 2024 Nissan Juke arise from the interior, which has been overhauled to ensure the Juke remains a top contender in the highly competitive crossover market.


The only 8.0” infotainment screen is no more, as the Juke is now equipped with a larger 12.3 infotainment screen.


It remains in a high position on the dashboard, although is now angled towards the driver to improve usability and ergonomics. The larger screen can be used to play videos from a USB device when the vehicle is parked.


The infotainment system has also been upgraded and now allows users to personalise their screen via movable widgets, making it easier to navigate and find frequently used functions. Additionally, wireless Apple CarPlay is now available.


On the N-Connect trim and above, the Juke is now equipped with a secondary 12.3” digital driver display, which can alter between two layouts. The first is a simple two dial style and the secondary layout offers a 3D-effect view, which leaves space for the sat nav, fuel consumption or other important information.


Occupants just got a lot more comfortable, thanks to the introduction of stunning new bucket seats, available on the N-Sport trim.


The all new “Natural Language Understanding” is said to have increased the number of commands recognised by the system and it may even be able to understand hesitant speech, making the system easier to operate and more user friendly.


The perfect assistant for those who don’t want to scroll through the infotainment screen to find functions.


Intelligent driver alertness technology is also being included on the new Juke, alerting drivers to signs of fatigue or tiredness. Additionally, the brake lights now flash to warn other motorists in the event of heavy braking.


Lane-Keep assist is now a standard feature on the Tekna trim, although, remains an optional extra on lower trims.


Engine Options

As with the current outgoing Juke, you will have the choice between a 1.0-litre petrol engine that produces 112bhp, or the self-charging hybrid 1.6-litre petrol variant, which churns out 141bhp.


Nissan states that the Juke Hybrid technology “uses a smart multi-mode gearbox inspired by Formula E with electric motor and petrol engine that work independently or together for more reactiveness and dynamism”

The 2024 Nissan Juke is due to go on sale from March 2024, with deliveries commencing later in the year.


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