Review Of The Nissan Juke
Posted: 13th January 2015
Following the great success of the Nissan Qashqai in 2007, Nissan then decided to release the Juke in 2010 which turned out to be equally as successful and the latest model is still a common site on our roads today.
What Car said ‘The Nissan Juke is a striking small SUV that’s well equipped and attractively priced. Strong desirability helps keep resale values high, and the 1.2-litre turbo model is nippy’.
With a large range of different size engines and models the Juke is suitable for everyone, no matter what it is you are looking for.
The Jukes styling certainly is quirky thanks to its frog eye front and wide grille, although we aren’t saying it’s not attractive but it may be a marmite amongst cars. It’s extremely stylish in fact and the masses do feel drawn to the Juke’s different appearance. The 2012 model of the Juke has been given a slightly modified bumper and back end to boost boot space that little bit more.
The interior of the Juke is particularly tasteful and exceptionally comfortable. Due to the top quality materials that are present throughout the cabin, it feels very well finished and really neat. Even though it’s a small SUV, the cabin feels large and extremely spacious making it a very practical vehicle. There are many cubby holes located around the cabin, as well as a deep glove box and more room under the boot to ensure maximum storage.
The Nissan Juke comes completed with alloys, air-con, electric front and rear windows, power steering, climate control, Bluetooth, ABS, both central and remote locking, immobiliser and even a reversing camera. A satellite navigation system is also fitted into the dashboard of the Juke on some models.
Whether you’re on the open road or the busy M6 motorway you’ll find driving the Juke is equally as comfortable. Manoeuvring around cities and parking is easy too as it’s the perfect size. The juke has impressive handling and can reach 62mph in just 7.8 seconds!
What makes the Juke however is just how efficient and economical it is, especially the 1.5 litre diesel engine. So, you can save on running the Juke too. When you’re driving the Juke you’ll notice there’s very little noise from the engine which means you can relax and enjoy the journey ahead of you.
If you’re looking for a low-priced SUV which is fantastic on fuel and a privilege to drive then the Juke may be the perfect personal car leasing option for you.
Right here at Zero you can get yourself behind the wheel of a Nissan Juke for just £208.27 per month including VAT on a no deposit lease term for a 12 plate 1.5l Nissan Juke.