2015 Nissan Juke Review, Price and Release – Welcome to Neocarsuv.Com, we will provide the latest information about the Nissan Juke Redesign. 2015 Nissan Juke is one brand new car from Nissan that will be release in 2014. We will also review about the price, interior, exterior and engine of the 2015 Nissan Juke.
When it firt arrived, the Nissan Juke used innovation to create a whole new market segment. Just as the Nissan Qashqai pioneered the original crossover market, the Juke used dramatic design and advanced technology to break new ground in a more compact crossover package.
The Juke’s combination of highly individual styling, strong driving dynamics and sophisticated interior equipment has allowed it storm from zero to 420,000 sales in less than 40 months, easily eclipsing its rivals.
Now, following Nissan’s established practice of constant development comes the next chapter in the Juke story. Establishing itself as the original stand-out model in the growing small crossover market with premium style and refinement, the new Juke is ready to once again stamp its authority on the segment it created.
Already recognised as the design trend-setter, the new Juke benefits from a series of design enhancements, new engines, new equipment and a wide-ranging personalisation programme.
Despite its changes, we expect the 2015 Nissan Juke to offer similar pricing as today’s model. Expect a base price under $20,000, with well-equipped models to top $28,000 with shipping.
Among the changes are a new design at the front and rear with greater emphasis on both premium refinement and sporty design cues; a new downsized 1.2-litre turbocharged engine offering greater performance, economy and lower emissions; a revised 1.6-litre DIG-T engine; improved four-wheel drive with Torque Vectoring System; new alloy wheels; advanced equipment including a new audio system, the latest generation NissanConnect driver-vehicle interface, Nissan Safety Shield, Nissan’s Dynamic Control system, plus the option of a new opening glass roof.
Revisions in the luggage area have increased space by 40 per cent in two-wheel drive versions up to 354L, while there’s even greater opportunity for owners to really stamp their own personality on their Juke. A range of new colours and interior themes are available with a number of different personalisation packs.
The changes and range additions will accelerate the growth of Nissan’s second most popular model in Europe, helping it to emulate the remarkable achievements of its big brother Qashqai.
Juke is the best seller in the premium B-segment, outperforming all direct competitors including those from the top German brands. And it’s not just the entry-level models which have helped Juke to the top: the best selling engine to date has been the 1.6-litre petrol unit while the top Tekna grade accounts for more than one third of all sales.
The revisions to the 2015 Juke are far from revolutionary, as Nissan did not want to completely undermine the Juke’s design language, but it knew the model was due for a refresh. Up front, the new Juke gets revised headlights to match the rest of the Nissan Nissan lineup. These restyled headlights include new bi-intensity LED running lights and xenon headlight bulbs. The changes continue with the front bumper becoming more flush with the grille and an all-new insert under the bumper to give it a sportier look.
On the sides, the only changes are new turn signals integrated with the side-view mirrors and new cameras for the available All Around Monitor.
Around back, the boomerang-style taillights received a light revision and a new LED lighting system. The rear bumper also got a healthy dose of new styling with faux, angular air outlets, round reflectors and a new under-bumper insert that adds a little sportiness to the compact crossover.
Rounding out the changes are three new exterior colors — Sunlight Yellow metallic, Ink Blue metallic and solid Red — and a new palette of wheels to choose from in 16-, 17- and 18-inch sizes.
Three engines are available for new Juke, with changes to the two petrol options: one is new and the other extensively revised. The existing and acclaimed 1.5 dCi diesel with 110ps (81kW) continues unchanged.
The Alliance-developed 1.2-litre DIG-T petrol engine, which replaces the outgoing 117ps 1.6-litre unit, is an advanced turbocharged direct injection engine delivering 115ps (85kW) and generating 190Nm of torque.
Despite its modest size, the 1.2-litre (1197cc) turbocharged engine packs a real punch, offering sharper acceleration and greater torque (190Nm) for added flexibility than the outgoing 1.6-litre naturally aspirated engine.
Its lower weight, standard automatic Stop/Start feature and more fuel-efficient operation translates into cleaner and more economical performance. The 1.2 DIG-T engine emits 126g/km* of CO2 and has a fuel consumption figure of 5.5 l/100km*.
The existing 1.6 DIG-T petrol unit has been further improved to deliver lower end torque below 2,000rpm. Producing 140kW, it is already Euro6 compliant with target emissions of 139g/km of CO2 for the 2WD versions. Among its new features are a higher combustion ratio (increased from 9.5 to 10.5:1), improved low friction technologies and cooled Exhaust Gas Recirculation.
As well as a six-speed manual transmission, new Juke 1.6 DIG-T 4WD is optionally available with a new Xtronic transmission gearbox which further improves fuel efficiency, acceleration and all-round performance.
“New Juke builds on the qualities that made the original such a success. Its unique crossover styling is even more energetic, and the interior makes a real statement.
“The new drivetrain options and advanced technology on offer to the driver keep new Juke ahead of the rest,” said Guillaume Cartier.