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Nissan Juke

  • tickEye-catching looks
  • tickSolid handling
  • tickDecent quality interior

Nissan Juke SUV (2019 - )

The second-generation Juke is a big improvement on the original, stylish SUV that shook up the market when it first appeared on the scene back in 2010. It’s better to drive, roomier and nicer inside, and its engine emits lower emissions too. There are a few areas where some rivals do things better, but arguably few do it with this much style. Regardless, the Juke is still a car worthy of your attention if you’re after a vehicle of this type.
Our verdict

Is the Nissan Juke a good car?

How we rated this car out of 5 on the following

Nissan Juke running costs

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Nissan Juke safety

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Nissan Juke features

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Nissan Juke reliability

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Nissan Juke interior

Driver and passenger space, materials, boot size etc.

Nissan Juke performance

How it feels to drive across the engine range.

Our expert review

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While the Nissan Juke doesn’t have a choice of engines, the one it’s got should be pretty cost-effective to run, with strong fuel economy compared to rivals. A hybrid version could follow, which will likely be attractive to those paying company car tax, but there isn’t one at the moment. That’s something that the Toyota C-HR and Hyundai Kona can offer.

Price-wise, the Juke is pretty reasonable although can get quite pricey for the higher-end models. However, its predicted resale value is very decent, which could mean it’ll be cheaper to run over several years than plenty of rivals.
While the Nissan Juke doesn’t have a choice of engines, the one it’s got should be pretty cost-effective to run, with strong fuel economy compared to rivals. A hybrid version could follow, which will likely be attractive to those paying company car tax, but there isn’t one at the moment. That’s something that the Toyota C-HR and Hyundai Kona can offer.

Price-wise, the Juke is pretty reasonable although can get quite pricey for the higher-end models. However, its predicted resale value is very decent, which could mean it’ll be cheaper to run over several years than plenty of rivals.

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Price range

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