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Fuel type Petrol
Engine size 1.6
Fuel type Diesel
Engine size 1.5
Engine size 1.2
Engine size 1598
Engine size 1197
Light, nimble and extrovert, the Nissan Juke was the original small supermini-derived SUV, combining attitude, irreverence, modish style and energy with a mischievous sense of fun. After the first generation model's original launch in 2010, plenty of would-be rivals attempted to copy its concept, prompting Nissan to introduce a whole series of improvements in 2014 to try and ensure continued segment leadership. That's the car we look at here as a used buy. As before, the result certainly won't appeal to everyone - but then that's because it isn't supposed to. It's aimed at the young and the young at heart, many of whom will continue to love this car and admire its designers for having the courage to do something different. Very different.
The Juke was always a clever idea, launched by Nissan to offer SUV-like style for the small car sector without any SUV-like compromises - precisely the same trick the company's bigger Qashqai crossover had already pulled off in targeting larger family-sized models in the market segment above. There's no point though, in starting a trend if you're not prepared to develop it and in the face of increasing competition, this car needed to evolve. It did in this revised post-2014 MK1 guise.
In answer to crossover rivals that were more spacious inside and claimed to be cleverer and more efficient, Nissan gave this revised version of its second best seller a bigger boot, a far more competitive affordable petrol option and a dose of cutting edge media and safety tech. It remains an unusual proposition, with an appeal that extends beyond the small crossover segment and also attracts the kind of buyers who might otherwise consider trendy small runabouts like Fiat's 500, Vauxhall's ADAM and the MINI Hatch. Juke buyers think that this car makes urban trinkets like those look rather dull and compromised. It's an original. In every sense.
Borrowing £7,500 on a Hire Purchase agreement over 48 months, a representative APR of 18.5% and a deposit of £0.00,
the amount repayable would be £216.89 a month, with a total cost of credit of £2,910.72 and a total amount
payable of £10,410.72.
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