All versions of the Nissan Juke get bright LED headlights, which is impressive at this price. The entry-level Visia rides on 16-inch alloy wheels and comes with DAB radio and cruise control, but lacks the touchscreen infotainment system of other models. For that, you need to upgrade to the Acenta, which also gives you 17-inch wheels, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and a rear view camera. The touchscreen system is an improvement on previous versions, but not quite as slick as Volkswagen’s
system. However, it also gives you various connected services such as Google Assistant and the ability to connect to a smartphone app, letting you monitor things like fuel level and whether or not the car is locked. You can also remotely flash the lights to help remember where you parked it.
Bump up to N-Connecta trim and you’ll get satellite navigation from TomTom, which we’ve found a bit hit-or-miss in its route-planning, as well as keyless start and entry and a more advanced air-conditioning system. Tekna gives you 19-inch wheels and an upgraded Bose sound system, together with heated front seats, while Tekna+ adds two-tone metallic paint and personalisation packs that gives you extra paint bits on the outside and trim elements inside.