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Nissan Juke: Powered by Passion!
You need a vehicle that can drive your adventure to greater heights. The new Nissan Juke Crossover is a brash and bold crossover vehicle that will make a statement no matter where you drive.
The Nissan Juke is the epitome of the energetic driving spirit we all want and with it’s uniquely daring design and styling, you are bound to make heads turn.
The new Nissan Juke is not for the faint of heart. It’s for the leaders and those passionate souls that forge their own paths. Power that passion with the new Nissan Juke.
Want to make the right choice about the Best Nissan Juke for you? Book a test drive from one of our dealerships in the Western or Eastern Cape!
2021 Nissan Juke Engine Specs
The Nissan engineers specifically built the Best Nissan Juke engines to produce a responsive drive with energetic acceleration to dominate the crossover market and produce a powerful vehicle to compete within this new, but highly competitive segment.
Among the petrol range, the TURBO engines, coupled with tuned transmissions means that the Nissan Juke can perform even at the lower scaled 1.2L level as well as produce a measurable increase in torque from the Diesel model, check out the following Nissan Juke specs:
|1.2L Turbo||Petrol||85 KW||190 Nm||6-speed manual|
|1.6L Turbo||Petrol||140 KW||240 Nm||6-speed manual|
|1.6L Turbo||Petrol||140 KW||240 Nm||CVT|
|1.5L dCi||Diesel||81 KW||260 Nm||6-speed manual|
If you’re looking for more details about the New Nissan Juke vehicle details and engine specs, feel free to download our 2021 Nissan Juke brochure.
Nissan Juke Interior Accessories
Most of the Nissan Jukes come standard with a range of interior accessories but some of the Best Nissan Juke features include:
- Nissan Connect
- Parking Assist Systems
- Driver Warning Systems
Nissan Juke Exterior Accessories
Make a statement with customisable trims and exterior accessories such as:
- Chrome skirts and sills
- Door covers
- Front bumper finishers
Contact Group 1 Nissan to add Nissan approved accessories to your Nissan Juke.
Nissan Juke Review
It’s big. It’s bold. And it corners like a dream. The Nissan Juke is anything but bulky. Think of it as a big rugby player that can move like a ballerina. The Nissan Juke was built to take a beating on the roads and on shakier terrain. The extra ground clearance and extended body make this crossover exciting to the core.
The new Nissan Juke is a crossover vehicle packed full of the latest safety technologies and was awarded the 5-Star Euro NCAP safety rating, so we drove in absolute confidence in the Nissan Juke. We also notices the loads of space. It seems that from bonnet to boot, the Nissan Juke has increased its all-round flexibility and versatility.
Our expert drivers and sales staff really put the Nissan Juke through its paces, looked at all the features available on the range and we have put together a few highlights. Read on to find out more about the latest technology, handling and styling of the 2021 Nissan Juke.
Nissan Juke Technology
The Nissan Juke monitors your driving to ensure you are safe and will alert you of possible dangers in your vicinity. Within, you have the technological luxuries to make sure you are always connected and entertained. It boasts Nissan Connect, I-CON systems, AUX/MP3 and interior accessories to make your drive more enjoyable.
Nissan Juke Styling
The Nissan brochures illustrate the Nissan Juke as having a “signature style” and we couldn’t agree more. It has a distinctive look and feel that is akin and could possibly be as iconic as the VW Beetle. It’s bulbous and rotund, filled with voluminous curves to make even a hardcore driver blush.
Nissan Juke Driving & Handling
The Nissan Juke is packed with Nissan Safety Shield technology that guides the driver by way of warning systems, and alerting you with early detection of danger. The Nissan Juke has been built with advanced impact zones, seatbelt and airbag systems to keep everyone on the inside as safe as possible while reducing exterior impact.
Overall Thoughts of the Nissan Juke
We’ve driven many cars in our time and yes, there are a few things that set the Nissan Juke apart from the other vehicles in the segment but if you want a car that is functional and just as fun to drive as it is to look at, then the Nissan Juke is your ideal choice.
Nissan Juke Fuel Consumption*
You’d expect a powerhouse like the Nissan Juke to be thirsty but it isn’t. New fuel-efficiency technology and smarter tuning have resulted in the Nissan Juke being effortlessly efficient. In today’s rising costs of fuel, you need a vehicle that has the oomph without the heavy fuel price tag. The power of the Nissan Juke translates into surprisingly low fuel costs, meaning you can have a lot more fun on even less fuel!
|Consumption rates||Litres per 100 kms||Kilometres per Litre|
|Acenta||5.6 L/100 km||17.86 km/litre|
|Acenta+||5.6 L/100 km||17.86 km/litre|
|1.5dCi Acenta+||4.2 L/100km||23.81 km/litre|
|Tekna||6 L/100 km||16.67 km/litre|
|DIG-T Tekna 4WD||5.5 L/100 km||18.18 km/litre|
Nissan Juke Safety Features
The new Nissan Juke SUV has been upgraded to protect you and your loved ones with even more standard safety features.
- Six Standard Airbags
- Traction Control System
- Vehicle Dynamic Control
- Electronic Brake force Distribution (EBD)
- Anti-lock Braking System (ABS)
- Brake Assist (BA)
- Pedestrian Injury Reduction Features
- Active Head Restraints
Nissan Juke Dimensions
The Nissan Juke is a true crossover vehicle. The new Nissan Juke is a smooth city driver that can take you on the road less travelled with ease.
- Overall Length: 4.135mm
- Overall Width: 1.765mm
- Overall Height: 1.565mm
- Wheelbase: 2.530mm
- Ground Clearance: 180mm
Frequently Asked Nissan Juke Questions and Answers
Which Nissan Juke should I buy?Show The Answer +
Your choice of Nissan Juke will be a personal one, but in our opinion we think that the Nissan Juke Tekna with SatNav and Sunroof is an excellent buy! It is just the right combination of price, comfort features and style. Although it is not the top of the range Juke, it still has many of the features and accessories found in it, which means that you get plenty of bang for your buck. These standard features include (but are by no means limited to) 18” Alloy Wheels, a Navigation and Music Display, Nissan Driving Assistance, Auto Headlamps and Leather Seats with a Driver’s Seat Heater.
What are the variants of the Nissan Juke?Show The Answer +
The Nissan Juke in South Africa is available in 6 model variants and 3 trim levels – The Acenta, Acenta+ and the Tekna! The trim level and model variant breakdown is as follows – The 1.2 Litre Turbo Acenta, the 1.2 Litre Turbo Acenta+, the 1.5dCi Acenta+, the 1.6 Litre Turbo Tekna, 1.6 Litre Tekna with SatNav and Sunroof and the DIG-T Tekna 4WD CVT.
Which Nissan Juke model is the best?Show The Answer +
The best Nissan Juke is the one that suits your needs as well as your pocket. All of the current Juke range are exceptionally good vehicles and if maintained properly will give you many, many years of hassle free service. If however we were pressed to make a call on this we would once again go for the Juke Tekna with SatNav and Sunroof as you get a lot of additional features for a very reasonable price.
What is the top of the range Nissan Juke?Show The Answer +
The top of the range Nissan Juke is the DIG-T Tekna 4WD with Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT). This outstanding vehicle comes standard with 4×4-i with Torque Vectoring, 18” Alloy Wheels, Leather Seats (with seat heater), Antibacterial CVT Shift Knob, Push Start Engine, Electronic Folding Mirrors, Rain Sensing Front Wipers and an Intelligent Key.
Is the Nissan Juke a SUV?Show The Answer +
No, the Juke is a Crossover! In fact, the Juke is a trailblazing vehicle that has helped to establish the Crossover Vehicle Class. A Crossover is also sometimes referred to as Crossover Utility Vehicle (or CUV for short). It is built on a unibody platform that combines both passenger vehicle features (such as those found in a hatchback) and Sports Utility Vehicle features.
Is the Nissan Juke a sports car?Show The Answer +
Although the Juke has some very sports car like features and a very responsive engine, it is not a sports car but a Crossover Utility Vehicle.
Is the Nissan Juke a hybrid?Show The Answer +
No it is not, however it does come with three engine options, namely the fuel friendly 1.2 litre and 1.6 litre petrol engines and the eco friendly 1.5l dCi engine. There are rumours that the next generation Nissan Juke will include a hybrid option, but this is as yet unconfirmed.
Is the Nissan Juke 4WD?Show The Answer +
Yes, there is a 4-wheel drive Juke available! This is the top of the range Juke 1.6 DIG-T Tekna 4WD CVT. We would like to add that it is indeed a very capable 4×4 vehicle, so why not pop down to one of our Group 1 Nissan Showrooms and take one for a test drive.
Is the Nissan Juke AWD?Show The Answer +
No, the current Juke range included a 4-wheel drive model variant and NOT an all-wheel drive version. There are also multiple 2-wheel drive versions of the Juke also available.
Is the Nissan Juke automatic?Show The Answer +
There are 5 model variants that come standard with 6-speed manual transmissions, and one model variants (the top of the range Juke 1.6 DIG-T Tekna 4WD) that is only available with Nissan’s XTRONIC CVT automatic transmission.
Is the Nissan Juke a diesel?Show The Answer +
Yes, there is a Diesel Engine variant of the Juke available in South Africa in the 1.5dCi Acenta+. It uses a 1461cc common rail direct injection 50ppm Diesel engine. Additionally, there are 5 petrol driven variants of the Juke available.
What are the safety features in the Nissan Juke?Show The Answer +
The Juke has a very impressive list of standard safety features that include Driver, passenger, side and curtain airbags, ABS, EBD, a Brake Assist System, Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC), daytime running lights, child-proof rear door locks and ISOFIX rear child seat anchors across the entire Crossover Vehicle range.
What are the engine specifications of the Nissan Juke?Show The Answer +
There are three engine types available in the Juke, namely the 1.2 litre petrol engine, the 1.5 litre Diesel engine and the 1.6 litre petrol engine. For a more detailed breakdown of the actual Juke Engine Specs please go to the engine specs section of this page. Alternatively you can also download our latest Nissan Juke Brochure.
What is the power of the Nissan JukeShow The Answer +
Depending on the engine the Maximum Power Output for the Nissan Juke is 85kW at 4,500rpm in the 1.2 litre petrol driven Juke, 81kw at 4,000rpm in the 1.5dCi Diesel driven Juke and 140kW at 5,600rpm in the 1.6 litre petrol driven Juke.
What is the Nissan Juke’s top speedShow The Answer +
The Juke 1.2 DIG-T Acenta and the Juke 1.2 DIG-T Acenta+ has a top speed of 178km/h and the Juke 1.5dCi Acenta+ has a top speed of 175km/h. The Juke 1.6 DIG-T Tekna on the other hand has a top speed of 215km/h (the fastest in the Juke range), while the Juke 1.6 DIG-T 4-wheel Drive Tekna with CVT has a top speed of 200km/h.
What is the fuel tank capacity of Nissan Juke?Show The Answer +
The fuel tank capacity for the entire Nissan Juke range is 46 litres.
How many seats does the Nissan Juke have?Show The Answer +
The Nissan Juke has seatbelts and seating for five people, two at the front (including the driver) and 3 at the back.
Is the Nissan Juke a 7 seater?Show The Answer +
No, the Juke is a 5-seater.
How many colours are available in Nissan Juke?Show The Answer +
The Juke is available in the following eye-catching colours: White, Gun Metallic, Blue Metallic Black, Fiery Red, Black, Sunlight Yellow, Bright Silver and Brilliant White.
Is abs available in the Nissan Juke?Show The Answer +
Yes, ABS comes as standard in all model variants across the entire Juke range.
Does the Nissan Juke have cruise control?Show The Answer +
Yes, the entire Juke Ranges comes equipped with Cruise Control and a Speed Limiter as standard.
Does the Nissan Juke have a spare tyre?Show The Answer +
Yes it does! The spare wheel is situated in the rear of the vehicle underneath the rear luggage area. Please be sure to reference your Juke Users Manual before removing the spare tyre, operating the jack (included with the vehicle) and changing a tyre.
What is the weight of the Nissan Juke?Show The Answer +
The weight of the Juke is model dependant and ranges between 1710kg and 1880kg.
Does the Nissan Juke have ISOFIX?Show The Answer +
Yes, all Juke model variants come with ISOFIX rear child seat anchor and child-proof rear door locks as standard.
Does the Nissan Juke have 4 doors?Show The Answer +
The Nissan Juke is a Sport Crossover Vehicle, which means it has the look of a 2-door sports car and the functionality of a 4-door thanks to the rear does with hidden handle features. It is literally a vehicle that offers its owner the best of both worlds.
Does the Nissan Juke have CVT transmission?Show The Answer +
Yes, there is a 1.6 DIG-T Petrol 4WD XTRONIC CVT model variant available to purchase at Group 1 Nissan in The Western Cape, Eastern Cape and Gauteng.
Which Nissan Juke has leather seats?Show The Answer +
There are dual tone leather and PVC seats with a driver’s seat heater in the Tekna model variants.
What engine oil is best for the Nissan Juke?Show The Answer +
You will find the information regarding the best oil for your Juke in your user manual. However, depending on your engine type the correct oil will have a viscosity index of 0W, 5W, 10W or 15W. Please be sure to chat to our Group 1 Nissan Service centre if you are unsure of which oil to use in your Juke.
What is the oil capacity for the Nissan Juke?Show The Answer +
The Juke has a full oil-capacity of just over 4-litres. However, this is not what you would need to put into the engine when you top it up. If your Juke is using too much oil, please bring it to one of our service centres to ensure that everything is in working order. Remember, running an engine with little or no oil can cause major damage to the working parts of your engine.
What tyres does the Nissan Juke have?Show The Answer +
Depending on the model variant, the Juke has 16” steel rims with covers, 17” alloy rims or 18” alloy rims. The Tyre types also vary from model to model and include wheel dimensions of 205/60R16, 215/55R17 and 225/45R18. Please refer to our Juke brochure to find out which rim type and wheel size is relevant to your Juke model.
What is the tyre pressure for the Nissan Juke?Show The Answer +
Please refer to the tyre pressure indication sticker on the driver’s door rim of your vehicle. If one has not been attached, or you cannot find one, please chat to one of Group 1Nissan Sales or Service team for more information. As a “rule of thumb” however we recommend that you inflate your tyres to 2.3 BAR (Standard – Unladened) at the front and 2.1 BAR (Standard – Unladen) at the rear.
What is the Nissan Juke luggage capacity?Show The Answer +
The Nissan Juke has a rear luggage capacity of 422-litres across the entire range. That’s rather impressive for a Compact Crossover SUV!
What is the boot space of the Nissan Juke?Show The Answer +
The boot space is an impressive 422-litres in the Juke, which is more than most of its competitors.
What is the acceleration of the Nissan Juke?Show The Answer +
The 0–100 km/h Acceleration of the Juke is as follows: 1.2 DIG-T is 10.8 seconds, the 1.5dCi is 11.2 seconds, the 1.6 DIG-T is 7.8 seconds and 1.6 DIG-T 4WD CVT is 8.2 seconds.
What is the mileage of the Nissan Juke?Show The Answer +
The mileage of all new Juke vehicles will be low due to the fact that they would only have been driven from the manufacturing plant to the vehicle transporter that brings them to our showroom floors.
What battery does the Nissan Juke have?Show The Answer +
Please chat to one of our Nissan Service Centre Teams before attempting to replace the battery of the Nissan Juke. You can contact us at one of our showrooms in Gauteng, the Western Cape or the Eastern Cape.
What is the Nissan Juke interior like?Show The Answer +
You might be surprised to find out that the Juke interior was inspired by a motorcycle, but this does not mean that it is short on space. Rather the opposite actually, because although the dashboard stylings are reminiscent of a motorbike, the actual comfort and convenience levels are anything but Spartan! Even the entry-level Juke gets comfortable seats, remote central locking, six airbags and a basic infotainment system. Once you get to the top level Tekna however, you get the option of a sunroof as well as leather seats with a seat heater and a navigation and music service through the impressive Nissan infotainment system.