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Nissan Juke renewed: here’s what you need to know

February 19, 2024

Yellow color for Nissan Juke

The new color yellow for the Nissan Juke 2024 is slightly lighter than that of the previous generation. The paint color gives the Juke a fresh and modern look. In the new N-Sport version, the deep black color of the roof, A- and B-pillars, side mirrors, wheels, wheel arches and grille amplify the Juke’s impact, especially when combined with the yellow body color.

Interior Nissan Juke 2024

In the interior, Nissan has done a lot of work on design and technology, making life in the car pleasant and enjoyable. Not only are the center console and instrument panel redesigned, but Nissan also applies new materials and upholstery, optimizing fit and finish. Furthermore, in-car connectivity is completely up-to-date thanks to a large touchscreen and additional features.

The first change Juke drivers notice in the updated Juke is the large size of the central infotainment screen (from Visia onward). It now measures 12.3 inches and is angled eight degrees toward the driver to bring even the furthest edge of the touchscreen within easy reach. This enhances the cockpit feel that Juke drivers appreciate so much. Drivers will also appreciate the new leather-like trim material on the steering wheel – it looks tighter and feels comfortable.

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Digital instrument cluster for Nissan Juke

The combimeter, which displays such things as the Juke’s speed and other important information, is now a 12.3-inch TFT digital display. The screen’s high resolution (1,920 x 720 pixels) allows the driver to configure the display to show information according to his or her preference.

The combimeter display offers a choice of two basic layouts: the classic layout shows two dials with space in between for additional data. The alternate layout shows the driving speed and engine speed in two “inclined” dials, giving a three-dimensional perspective. This leaves more room in the middle for additional information.

For the area between the dials, the driver can choose to display navigation directions, including a map, as well as fuel consumption, audio information, tire pressure and other important information, such as how environmentally friendly he is driving. The display controls are located on the handlebars.

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Infotainment with ‘widgets’

The enhanced infotainment system includes an intuitive-to-use home screen, where users can place “widgets” for the functions they use most often – just like a smartphone. In addition, the infotainment system offers enhanced voice recognition and the ability to understand natural language. The system understands a wider range of phrases and expressions and ignores hesitations and pauses in spoken commands. Wireless Android Auto is also now available, complementing existing Apple CarPlay wireless connectivity. Other new features include information about speed cameras and fuel prices, which can now be displayed on the navigation map. The infotainment system can now – when the car is stationary – play videos from USB devices.

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Yellow interior details

Matching the new yellow body color, the interior of the N-Sport version features a boomerang-shaped accent in the same yellow color. It runs across the top of the instrument panel and curves down, where it frames the base of the new central infotainment screen and ends at the air vents.

The seats in the N-Sport trim continue the striking color theme, with yellow inserts of recycled Alcantara. The seat and backrest are quilted in a distinctive pattern, while at shoulder height the name “Juke” is embossed on the backrest. Yellow stitching completes the eye-catching effect.

The N-Connecta, N-Design and Tekna versions also feature new, more comfortable seats. The seats in the N-Connecta are upholstered in a new fabric, Kira Melange, which consists of PVC with fabric accents to complement sections with wavy patterns. In the Tekna version, the seats are upholstered in black PVC with fabric accents and profiled sections on the seat and backrest. The open headrests – finished in piano black material – add a sporty feel to the interior.


Improved comfort

Other updates in the interior of all Juke versions include the enlarged glove box, which has grown to 7.8 liters. The center armrest has been redesigned to provide more support. The design is asymmetrical, which increases the reach 25 mm, without getting in the way of the cup holders. The armrest is simultaneously the cover of the storage compartment between the seats, as in the previous Juke, but is now equipped with a clip for three (credit) cards.

All versions of the Juke are equipped with an electric handbrake, maximizing the space between the front seats. In the hybrid version, the e-Pedal and EV mode buttons have been relocated. This makes for greater ease of use. Starting with the N-Connecta, all versions feature a wireless charging pad for smartphones the size of an iPhone 12 Pro Max. Moreover, both USB-A and USB-C connectors are available in the front and rear, so everyone can power electronic gadgets during the ride.

New body colors and wheels

Besides the new color yellow, which immediately attracts the attention of Juke fans, there are more changes to the palette of body colors. The pearl white color has been replaced with a new shade that has an even purer, white appearance and contains more metal particles for a stronger pearl effect. The metallic black paint has also been updated and looks richer and darker. The paint contains more soot pigment and the metal particles have been replaced by glass particles. As a result, the metallic black paint sparkles even more than before. There are also new rims for the three top versions of the Juke. The standard rims on the N-Connecta and the N-Design are of an all-new five-spoke design, each with its own technical, angular appearance. 17-inch rims with new low rolling resistance tires are available for the hybrid Juke in Acenta and N-Connecta versions.

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Driver assistance systems

In the redesigned Nissan Juke, Lane Departure Warning is part of the standard equipment. Emergency Lane Keep is standard from the Tekna and optional for the other versions. Among other things, the system monitors the Juke’s position in the lane while driving on the highway. If the car gets too close to the lane lines, the system alerts the driver with a vibration in the steering wheel. If it does not correct, the system intervenes and adjusts the car’s course to stay in the lane.

The resolution of the rearview camera has been increased from 0.3 to 1.3 megapixels. This, combined with the high resolution of the in-car center screen, ensures that the driver has a clearer view during reverse maneuvers even in low-light situations. The rearview camera is part of the standard equipment of all versions. The Around-View Monitor is available for versions starting with the N-Connecta. The system combines the image from the four cameras mounted all around on the car into a combined bird’s eye view of the entire area around the car. This is perfect during parking maneuvers.

In the event of an emergency stop , the brake lights of the updated Nissan Juke flash to alert those behind.

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Hybrid and DIG-T

As before, the Juke offers a choice of two powertrains. The first is the Juke Hybrid, the second the Juke DIG-T. The Juke Hybrid is the electrified option and features a powertrain with a combustion engine that Nissan developed specifically for use in a hybrid powertrain. The engine has 69 kW of power and 148 Nm of torque. The electric motor in the powertrain delivers 36 kW of power and 205 Nm of torque. It is powered by a high-voltage 15 kW starter/generator, operating through an inverter, and a 1.2 kWh liquid-cooled battery. The net result is a powertrain that delivers nearly 25 percent more power than the gasoline version, with fuel economy up to 40 percent lower in the city cycle and up to 20 percent lower in the combined cycle.

The non-electrified Juke features an efficient 1.0-liter three-cylinder DIG-T turbocharged gasoline engine. This is compact and light, giving the Juke the driving pleasure expected by the rider. The engine delivers 86 kW and 180 Nm of torque (200 Nm in so-called overclutch mode) and is mated to a six-speed manual transmission or a sporty seven-speed DCT dual-clutch transmission. The driving mode selector (Eco, Standard, Sport) allows the driver to effortlessly match the car’s settings to his driving style in any driving scenario for maximum driving pleasure.

Manufacturing in Sunderland

The updated Juke is already in production at the Nissan plant in Sunderland, UK. There, Nissan has built more than 1.3 million units since the introduction of the first Juke in 2010. The car runs off the assembly line alongside the Qashqai on the second production line. The Juke is now the fourth most produced model from the Sunderland plant, after the Qashqai, Micra and Primera. Last summer, the plant built the 11 millionth car since production began in 1986.

Nissan Juke

Nissan Juke 2024

Nissan Juke 2024

Nissan Juke 2024


Nissan Juke 2024