Plumpy, cute, ugly – frog face? There are likely to be many opinions on the design of the Juke from Nissan. But what is a crossover like a used car?
Juke, a crossover from Nissan, still has an unusual design. The uniquely designed and sleek coupé design has been in the Japanese manufacturer’s lineup for nearly twelve years.
However, it is not very noticeable during the main inspection (HU). Most complaint rates are about average. However, this does not apply to all features.
Example history: In 2010, the Juke went on sale with what many perceived as a novel design, which was updated in 2014. For the facelift, Nissen also revised the engine, optional all-wheel drive and a range of assistance systems. Since then, the trunk has also become larger. The second generation came to the market in 2019.
Body: Although it is drawn in an unusual way, the Nissan Juke is one of the compact SUVs, but it has coupe-like characteristics.
Specifications: 4.14 m to 4.21 mx 1.77 m to 1.80 mx 1.56 m to 1.60 m (LxWxH), trunk volume depending on generation and type of vehicle: 207 l to 1305 l.
Strengthen: Drive in a sporty way, because the chassis is well packed and the steering is direct. According to the “Auto Bild Tüv Report 2022”, car shafts and the steering system in particular perform well in HU; Springs and dampers are also the same. Above average: Disc brakes and brake pipes.
Weaknesses: Accordingly, fat loss from the first HU is an early negative factor. The headlights also weaken early, and the low beam is often incorrectly placed on the third HU. Complaint rates for parking brakes and exhaust systems are above average across all years of manufacture.
breaking behavior: From the point of view of its analytical statistics, ADAC writes that the models of the first registration year 2014 performed well, others ended up in the middle or behind. The only problem with the child is the battery – “for years”, writes the club (2011 and 2012, 2016 to 2018).
Engine: Petrol (three and four-cylinder with front and four-wheel drive): 69 kW/94 hp to 160 kW/218 hp; Diesel (four-cylinder and front-wheel drive; first generation only): 81 kW/110 hp. The second generation is also available as a hybrid from June 2022, system output: 105 kW/143 hp.
Market prices (according to the “DAT market mirror” of the Deutsche Automobil Treuhand and each statistically expected kilometer): – Juke 1.0 DIG-T Visa (2019); 84 kW/114 hp (three-cylinder); 39,000 kilometers; 14,050 euros. – Juke 1.6 DIG-T Nismo RS 4×4 (2015); 157 kW/213 hp (four-cylinder, Euro-6); 81,000 kilometers; 13,600 euros. – Juke 1.5 dCi Visia with 4×2 (2016); 81 kW/110 hp (four cylinders); 87,000 kilometers; 8325 Euros.
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