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2020 New Juke: Price, Specs and More

Everything you need to know about the 2020 New Juke plus find out what automotive experts had to say after test driving it.

Sep 09, 2019

2020 New Juke: Price, Specs and More

Last Tuesday marked the official unveiling of the 2020 New Nissan Juke and we couldn’t be more excited for its November 2019 launch. As expected, it has since been the talk of the town and automotive experts have been eager to share their opinions beginning with Autocar claiming the second-generation Juke is “a car that feels considerably more premium than before.” 

NEW JUKE SIZE

First thing’s first, the trendsetting crossover has grown in size both by width (35mm) and wheelbase (105mm) ultimately resulting in a much more spacious cabin space. This is great news for Nissan drivers as one of the main setbacks of the first-gen Juke was its super compact interior in comparison to newer, more modern crossover rivals in today’s market.

But the Juke isn’t just about increased legroom. Luggage space has expanded by 68 litres into a generous 422-litre boot space from the previous 354 litres making the New Juke boot space only marginally smaller than the brand’s best-selling SUV – the Nissan Qashqai. The 422-litre boot also receives a height-adjustable floor perfect for versatile stowage options suited to your needs.

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NEW JUKE EXTERIOR

In terms of exterior enhancements, the 2020 New Juke achieves a 13% increase in stiffness resulting in a stronger and safer driving environment with improved protection on the road. It also comes 23kg lighter to the previous model meaning the 2020 New Juke will not only benefit from a better fuel economy but better driving dynamics and performance.

The body has been redesigned to look much sleeker and streamlined thanks to new Y-shape headlights and a tapering roofline. Other elements have been carried over from the first-generation Juke including LED circular front lights and concealed rear door handles. Additionally, where the previous Juke enjoyed a curvier body, the New Juke polishes its look with sharper and more defined angular lines. In other words, the Japanese manufacturer manages to preserve the original soul and spirit of the Juke whilst delivering customers with an updated, contemporary and sophisticated new look.

NEW JUKE INTERIOR

“How about interior quality? From what we’ve seen it’s the best of any Nissan to date. It could even be class leading.” – What Car?

A bold claim by What Car? and we’re glad to hear it. Auto Express adds:

“From here it looks like the Juke is set, once again, to take the segment by storm.”

The 2020 New Juke interior enjoys huge improvements such as premium upholstery and brand-new technology as well as a more comfortable and sophisticated cabin. From the very moment you step inside the New Juke, you will experience an immediate uplift in quality thanks to carefully sourced materials including an Alcantara dashboard and monoform sport seats similar to those in the latest Nissan Qashqai.  

One of the simpler developments of the New Juke is the ability to adjust the steering wheel not only for height but for reach – something older models did not allow. This will make it much easier for drivers to find a comfortable driving position tailored to individual needs.

NEW JUKE TECHNOLOGY

Carbuyer.co.uk were quick to brand the second-generation crossover “a massive step forward compared with the outgoing version” and this might have something to do with the innovative intelligence installed into the New Juke. For the first time ever, the Juke will offer the most recent version of Nissan’s driving assistance technology system. The clever technology includes cutting-edge innovation such as ProPILOT, Blind Spot Intervention, Moving Object Detection, Intelligent Cruise Control and more.

The 2020 New Juke comes equipped with a 7-inch glass-fronted touchscreen paired with an updated infotainment system and impressive connectivity compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto (upgrade to 8-inch available). You will also be able to link up to 8 devices using wi-fi technology where you can connect to your Google Assistant or Google Home…

“Google, how many miles do I have left in the tank?”

“Google, do my tyres need inflating?”

“Google, where is the closest Nissan garage?”

The possibilities are endless!

Download the Nissan Connected Services app and take advantage of even handier features that will allow you to track/locate your Juke, lock/unlock your Juke and much more directly from your smartphone.

NEW JUKE ENGINE

The 2020 New Juke will be offered with a 1.0-litre 3-cylinder turbo petrol engine armed with 115bhp and 200Nm of torque on overboost. Choose from a 6-speed manual gearbox or a 7-speed automatic transmission.

NEW JUKE SPEC LEVELS

The New Juke will be offered in Nissan’s signature trim levels with an additional Premier Edition! Only 140 models of the Nissan Juke Premier Edition will become available on the market offered in an exclusive Black body with a Fuji Sunset Red roof and dominating 19-inch alloy wheels.

Choose the Tekna+ trim to customise the body and roof colour as well as interior upholstery and exterior bumper/side sill styling.

NEW JUKE PRICES

The 2020 New Juke ranges from £17,395 - £23,995.

1.0 DIG-T 115bhp Visia

£17,395

1.0 DIG-T 115bhp Acenta

£18,995

1.0 DIG-T 115bhp N-Connecta

£20,995

1.0 DIG-T 115bhp Tekna

£22,495

1.0 DIG-T 115bhp Tekna+

£23,895

1.0 DIG-T 115bhp Premiere Edition

£23,995

1.0 DIG-T 115bhp DCT Acenta

£20,395

1.0 DIG-T 115bhp DCT N-Connecta

£22,395

1.0 DIG-T 115bhp DCT Tekna

£23,895

1.0 DIG-T 115bhp DCT Tekna+

£25,295

1.0 DIG-T 115bhp DCT Premiere Edition

£25,395

 

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