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This improved Juke got a revised front grille incorporating the smarter V-shape found on the brand's other models from this era but around it, the same delicious design details remained. Take the sidelights and indicators that burst up through slashes in the bodywork. Or headlights that are modelled on rally car foglamps from the Sixties and came redesigned in this revised Juke to incorporate LED daytime running lights and the option of xenon bulbs. Like the door mirrors with their LED side turn indicators, these could be ordered with colour-coded finishing. Also personalisable though a choice of colours were the trim panels on the re-styled bumpers at the front and here at the rear. Just above, below the integrated rear spoiler, the Nissan 370Z sportscar-style boomerang-shaped rear lights now also included LED technology for a distinctive night time signature. It's just as interesting inside. Though there are no expensive soft-touch plastics used, you don't really notice, such is the design exuberance. Take the centre console from which the gear lever protrudes - modelled to resemble the top of a superbike's fuel tank and finished in either red or grey high gloss paint. The instruments too resemble a bike's, with twin clocks shrouded by heavy cowls. Even the door armrests, shaped like flippers used by scuba divers, are supposed to reflect an active outlook. And at the back? Well, the rear door handles are disguised in an attempt to create a coupe-like look and once you use them, the door openings are a little narrow. Once inside though, you'll find that the dimensions Nissan has chosen, which see this car very slightly longer and wider than a conventional supermini, certainly create something that a small family could conceivably just about live with. Though the rear bench doesn't slide, it does offer reasonable standards of leg and shoulder-room, though tall teenagers might find their headroom a little restricted by the tapering roof. As for the boot, well that's probably the biggest story with this revised first generation model. Its tiny size was the biggest issue owners had with the original version of this car and the biggest reason potential buyers had to ignore this car. So Nissan's design team went to work, changing the shape of the trunk area to improve capacity by a massive 40% to 354-litres.
Make & Model
NISSAN JUKE VISIA 1.5 DCI
Number of seats
Power Assisted Steering
USB / AUX
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