The Nissan Juke 2018 range has been incredibly popular, so there are many drivers anticipating the release of the updated 2019 model. The 2019 Nissan Juke has seen some minor design changes and benefits from some new personalisation options. So, here we’ll explore what you can expect from this new boldly styled crossover.
The Subtle Changes
While many drivers may struggle to notice the distinguishing features between the Nissan Juke 2018 and 2019 versions, there are some subtle changes throughout the range.
All variants now feature a darker chrome finish to the signature “V Motion” front grille. There is also a new smoked finish to the headlights, indicators and tail lights. Additionally, the Juke range now features LED fog lights as standard.
The ST entry level Juke has received a new premium cloth trim in “graphite” for the 2019 range, while the top of the line Ti-S has new gloss back 18 inch alloys.
All variants in the Juke lineup have received some notable updates inside the cabin. There is a revised lighting colour to the instrument cluster. This is now a clean, crisp white compared to the love it or hate it orange on previous models. There are also two new paint colours; Vivid Blue and Arctic White to bring the total colour options up to seven.
The Personalisation Packs
Ti-S buyers are now able to choose one of three Personalisation Packs. The myJuke packs; Power Blue, Tokyo Glossy Black or Energy Orange. Each of the packs adds splashes of the respective colours to the Juke. This includes coloured alloy wheel inserts, centre console, door panel, and side vent finishers and side mirror caps. There is also coloured stitching for the hood over the instrument cluster.
The powertrain options remain unchanged for the 2019 model year. However, the ST automatic has been dropped. The base variant is now solely available with a turbocharged 1.2 litre petrol engine delivering 85 kW of power and paired exclusively with a six speed manual transmission. This has a frugal fuel consumption rate of 5.6 litres per 100 kilometres.
The Ti-S is available with a turbo 1.6 litre petrol offering 140kW/240 Nm paired with the six speed manual as standard. The sole automatic variant in the Nissan Juke range is the Ti-S equipped with a CVT and all wheel drive, providing a fuel economy of 6.0 litres per 100 kilometres.
The standard spec remains otherwise unchanged between the model years. Base models are equipped with LED daytime running lights, auto door lock, halogen headlights, USB, Bluetooth streaming, auto headlights, cruise control, ISOFIX child seat mounts and climate control.
The Flagship model has 18 inch alloys, heated front seats, DAB+ digital radio, auto folding mirrors, 5.8 inch touchscreen infotainment, and keyless entry. There is also lane departure warning, 360 degree camera, and blind spot monitoring.
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