New Nissan Juke Kuro features 17-inch alloys and gloss paint
22 August 2011

Nissan has launched a special edition of its crossover called the Nissan Juke Kuro.

The Kuro – which means black in Japanese – is based on the Juke's top-of-the-line Tekna grade. It features 17-inch, 10-spoke alloy wheels finished in gloss black, black door mirrors and handles and comes with two paint options – 'Pearl Black' or 'Force Red'.

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Only 700 such Jukes will be produced by Nissan, each with a special numbered plaque fitted to the centre console of the car.

The Juke Kuro is available to order now, with customer deliveries expected to start on 1 October 2011. The full range of the Juke engine options will be available with the Kuro, from the entry-level 1.6-litre petrol from £17,395 to the 190bhp turbocharged DIG-T at £18,995.

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