You Thought The Juke Couldn’t Get Any More Controversial?

What is easily the most controversial and divisive model in Nissan’s recent history, the Nissan Juke has been ridiculed and praised for its strange design and outlandish features. Now Nissan is taking the design and colouring of the Nissan Juke a step further by allowing you to customise your paint and decals to create a Juke that is uniquely yours.

New Juke sport cross owners will be able to select from a range of 12 Genuine Nissan Accessory items in a range of eight colours to fit or retrofit to their car. Parts that can be coloured are at the moment: Front and rear bumper accents, headlight trim rings, side mirror caps, door handle covers, side door sills, rear roof spoiler, hatch handle finishers, lower hatch accent, interior inserts (tweeters and vents), floor mats, 17-inch aluminum-alloy wheels and center caps Right now the available colours are Red, Yellow, Orange, Electric Blue, Black Purple, White, Matte Black and Carbon-fiber Look, with an additional colour, Piano Black, being reserved for interior items. Combined with a full range of colours for the Juke itself, there are literally thousands of unique designs available for your new Juke.

The new accessories are designed for the 2015 Juke, but Nissan has indicated that many of them will be backwards compatible with previous Jukes.

Want to create your own unique looking Juke before you buy? Take a look at the Nissan Juke Color Studio and play around with your ideas and share them with us!

Of course not everybody is as excited about this as others. With criticisms ranging from the new Juke looking like a frog with frosted tips to a technicolour vomit inducing car, the Color Studio options available to the new Juke are sure to create even more division!


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