Nissan Juke restyled

With a more “athletic” design combined with a more generous interior, the 2nd generation of the crossover pioneer B-SUV features a 117 hp Turbo petrol engine coupled to a 6-speed gearbox or the 7-speed DCT transmission. Available in 5 versions in Morocco throughout the Auto Hall network. From: 194 900 DH TTC.

Marketed in Morocco in 2010 and sold over a million copies worldwide, the Nissan Juke is back.

With its 2nd generation, the small SUV is more spacious and better connected than its predecessor. Its “dynamic” and sporty Crossover Coupé design allows JUKE to assert itself wherever it ventures. With its “advanced technologies”, the “safer” and “more connected” SUV than ever benefits from even “more advanced” services, while retaining its personality.

An “athletic” look

The design of the new crossover coupé stands out and is aimed at
motorists who appreciate the mix between design, technology and
performance, without forgetting a dose of functionality and practicality

The Juke has kept the aspects that appeal to the first generation, evolving towards a design that is both more elegant and sporty with more imposing dimensions. Redefining the segment of urban crossovers, it displays increasing dimensions: 4.21 m long, 1.80 m wide and 1.60 m high. The front panel retains its characteristic round headlights, now fitted as standard with integral LEDs and a
Y-shaped design, and it uses Nissan’s signature V-shaped grille. The gain in length mainly benefits the passenger compartment: the new SUV offers a “more generous” space, both in the front and rear seats and in the trunk. The rear passengers gain 5.8 cm of knee radius and 1.1 cm of headroom. With 422 liters, the trunk benefits from 20% more volume.

“Agile” performance

With the “dynamism” of its compressed turbo engine, the “responsiveness” of its gearbox, its “resistant” steel frame and its sporty steering and suspension, the new JUKE “adapts to all situations”.

Despite his gain in length, this athlete cultivates “greater agility” than his predecessor, all for the benefit of “dynamic and stable” behavior.

Under the hood, it features a DIG-T 1.0 l three-cylinder turbo petrol engine created in collaboration with Daimler developing 86 kW / 117 hp. It is optionally coupled with a 6-speed manual gearbox or the sporty 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission (DCT). The driver can modulate dynamic behavior thanks to three driving programs (Eco, Standard, Sport) in order to optimize consumption and “deliver the best balance between efficiency and performance”.


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