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Nissan prices all-new Juke small SUV from $27,990
Four-grade, new-gen Nissan Juke small SUV range arrives in Aus for June launch
20 May 2020
NISSAN Australia has announced pricing and specification of its all-new, second-generation Juke small SUV, with the redesigned model touching down locally next month priced from $27,990 plus on-road costs for the entry-level ST.
Based on the Alliance CMF-B platform, the new Juke has grown up compared to the outgoing version that first launched in 2010, now measuring 4210mm long (+75mm), 1800mm wide (+35mm) and 1595mm tall (+30mm).
The expanded dimensions have seen luggage space increased from 354 litres to 422L, which can grow up to 1305L with the 60:40 split-fold rear seats stowed.
While the previous-gen Juke was offered with a choice of aspirated or turbocharged petrol engines, just one mill will underpin the new range – a 1.0-litre turbo-petrol three-cylinder unit producing 84kW/180Nm.
Mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission with paddle shifters, the three-cylinder engine drives the front wheels exclusively and comes with an official combined fuel consumption figure of 5.8 litres per 100km.
The new engine is comparable in power to the outgoing model’s entry-level 1.2-litre four-cylinder engine which produced 85kW/190Nm, while there is no match for the 140kW/240Nm 1.6-litre turbo unit that underpinned the first-gen Ti-S grades.
With a platform that is claimed to be 13 per cent stiffer and six per cent lighter than the old one, the new Juke rides on MacPherson-strut front and torsion-beam rear suspension, while noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) levels have also been improved through a range of measures.
The local Juke line-up opens with the entry-grade ST, which is distinguishable from the outside by a rear spoiler, 17-inch alloy wheels, daytime running lights, auto- LED headlights with high-beam assist and power-folding and heated door mirrors.
Inside, it scores an 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system with voice recognition, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, a 4.2-inch instrument cluster display and cloth seats with six-way driver and four-way passenger manual seat adjustment.
On the safety front, standard kit includes autonomous emergency braking with pedestrian and cyclist detection, lane departure warning with intervention function, rear cross-traffic alert, forward collision warning, blind spot warning, traffic sign recognition, intelligent driver alert, active speed limiter hill start assist, intelligent trace and ride control, rear parking sensors and a reversing camera.
Stepping up to the $30,740 ST+ builds on the ST’s spec and adds LED foglights, satellite navigation, heated front seats and front parking sensors.
Asking $33,940, the penultimate ST-L grade comes with 19-inch alloys, 7.0-inch instrument cluster display, six-speaker audio, electric parking brake, leather-accented steering wheel and shift knob, cloth/leather trim, rear USB port, three-level drive mode selector, ambient interior lighting, and new safety kit including moving object detection, adaptive cruise control and a surround-view monitor.
Crowning the range at $36,490, the flagship Ti includes adaptive headlights, 19-inch Akari alloys, illuminated sill plates, quilted leather/Alcantara seat trim, Alcantara dashboard, knee pad and door panels, shark-fin antenna, eight-speaker Bose audio system and tyre pressure monitoring.
Like other Nissans, the Juke is covered by a five-year, unlimited-kilometre warranty.
Nissan Australia managing director Stephen Lester said the new Juke showed a raft of improvements over the outgoing model.
“It’s bigger outside, more spacious and luxurious inside, and with its connected cabin and stirring driving dynamics, I’m confident the all-new Juke will once again reset the bar for small SUVs in Australia,” he said.
Through the first four months of the year, the soon-to-be-replaced first-gen Juke has sold 88 units, down on the 192 it managed to the same point last year.
2020 Nissan Juke pricing*
*Excludes on-road costs
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