What is it?
Along with some mid-life styling tweaks, the small crossover is now available with a new 1.2 DIG-T turbocharged petrol engine, a bigger boot and a number of exterior and interior personalisation options.
There are also three driving aids, which fall under Nissan's Safety Shield' umbrella. As such, this revised Juke gets a lane departure warning system, blind spot warning and moving object detection. There is also more connectivity and some new optional extras available. Nissan wants to keep Juke at the top of the segment's best-seller list and reinforce its position as the second best-selling Nissan model in Europe.
The Japanese brand claims that the Juke is outselling cars such as the Mini hatchback and Audi A1 and wants to keep on doing so.
There are four trim levels – Visia, Acenta, Acenta Premium and Tekna – and a list of optional extras like the personalised exterior and interior packages, costing £170 and £350 respectively.
The base diesel Juke, the dCi 110 Visia, costs £15,320.