The 2020 Nissan Juke is the smallest SUV Nissan makes and stands out from the crowd thanks to its bold style. The Nissan Juke 2020 model is good for driving, wider than before, and of the highest technology. There are smaller practical SUVs if you’re happy with the most conservative look, remember. Nissan also says it is an important vehicle in automotive history, claiming the first generation of the Juke, launched in 2010, the pioneer compact disconnector class that is now one of the most contested sectors of the new car market.
The Nissan mini-crossover has proven to be extremely popular and in July 2018 the one-million-dollar Juke rolled the production line at Nissan’s Sunderland Plant. In a press release announcing the milestone, Nissan said a new Juke plant has been built at the plant every 105 seconds.
2020 Nissan Juke Features
All 2020 Juke versions will come with lane departure warning, autonomous emergency braking, lane-keeping assistance, traffic sign recognition, and an “Active Trail Control” that applies brakes on individual wheels to help the car hug the part of the corner interior. Other items available across the range such as standard or optional add-ons include Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, reversible cameras, automatic climate control, heated front seats.
Bose premium stereo system, Nissan suite of semi-autonomous ProPilot driver assistance. 2020 Juke also feels quite harsh towards bumps and bumps in the city, especially when equipped with 19-inch wheels larger. Things get better on the highway, but a Toyota C-HR is even more relaxing to travel for long periods of time.
2020 Nissan Juke Interior
Inside the cabin, the Nissan Juke is more interesting and offers more options to personalize it to your taste. There is also a new infotainment system consisting of an 8-inch touch screen and menu shortcut buttons, which comes with DAB radio, Bluetooth, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and even Google Assistant. It makes a noticeable improvement on what went before, proving responsive to touch and quite easy to use, although Skoda and VW still have the advantage with their more intuitive systems. The new Nissan Juke has a larger boot than the older model as well, but a VW T-Cross will eventually transport passengers and luggage even more competently if that’s your main concern.
2020 Nissan Juke Engine
The Nissan Juke is powered by a three-liter, 1-liter turbocharged petrol engine that produces 115 hp. Like the equivalent Micra, the new Juke comes out of the box with a six-speed manual transmission. Unlike superminis of similar size, however, a seven-speed automatic is available on all trim to stop the entry-level “Visia” specification as an additional addition. The Nissan Juke engine feels quite strong around the city but feels a little tormented when it crashes on the highway sliding roads and overtakes at higher speeds. There are three ways to drive and Juke feels more alive in the latter, although you will never call it is fast or sporty. All told, Juke sticks well but doesn’t feel as thirsty to change direction as some alternatives. Fuel economy figures will be revealed closer to launch, however, the 1-liter engine in the Micra can return 47.9mpg in the combined cycle.
2020 Nissan Juke hybrid
While Nissan has confirmed the engine that will start the Juke with, he has said nothing to add more engines to the mix. This also means that it remains to be seen if the carmaker plans to launch a Juke hybrid variant anytime soon. While the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance is no stranger to electrified car technology, the 2020 Nissan Juke hybrid is not beyond the realm of possibility.