Nissan gave the small crossover some modest exterior revisions, together with new trim inside, meant to keep it competitive until the new generation arrives, probably next year.
Speaking about the 2019 Juke, Nissan Europe’s Senior VP of Sales and Marketing, Ken Ramirez, said: “The Nissan Juke is the pioneer of the B-segment crossover and is today one of our most established and much-loved models. These new features further extend customer choice, enhancing the distinctive design for which Juke is best known.”
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Pricing starts from £15,505 in Britain, which equals to $20,082/€17,302 at the current exchange rates, which gets you in the Visia grade. It comes with standard LED daytime running lights, front and rear power windows, electrically adjustable side mirrors, air conditioning, and CD audio unit with AUX port.
Opting for the Juke Acenta sees the addition of front LED fog lamps, rear privacy glass, Nissan Dynamic Control System, cruise control with speed limiter, automatic air conditioning, USB port and Bluetooth connectivity.
Next comes the Juke Bose Personal Edition trim level, with the Bose Personal premium audio system, NissanConnect infotainment system, part-leather seats, keyless entry with push-button start, reversing camera, automatic headlights, and electrically folding door mirrors.
The range-topping model is still the Tekna, bringing equipment such as full leather and heated front seats, 360-degree camera system, Lane Departure Warning and Blind Spot Warning.