Showing posts in the category of Nissan Juke

New Infiniti ESQ is a Posh-Badged Nissan Juke NISMO RS for China


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The wraps are off Infiniti's new ESQ small crossover based on the pre-facelift Nissan Juke NISMO RS, which was made exclusively for China.

Nissan Xterra and Juke NISMO Mashup Looks Awesome And They Should Make It


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Note to Nissan: Listen to your fans because these NISMO ideas look better and better. The Maxima/GT-R one was good, but this Xterra/Juke is surprisingly funky and cool.

Review Tries to Find Out What’s New About Refreshed Nissan Juke


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To its credit, Nissan managed to apply a substantial facelift to the Juke crossover without altering its playful character.

Nissan Starts Production of Facelifted Juke in the UK


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Nissan has begun production of the revised Juke crossover at its Sunderland plant in the UK, following a £20 million ($34 million) investment. The launch of the facelifted Juke completes the total refresh of the plant’s product line-up in just over a year, following the start of production of the Leaf EV, new Note and new Qashqai, representing over £800 million ($1.36 billion) investment.

New Infiniti ESQ is China's Luxury Nissan Juke


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Official teasers of Infiniti's rebadged Nissan Juke surfaced on the internet today affording us our first look at the premium-ized small crossover model that bears the name ESQ.

What will it be: New Jeep Renegade or Nissan Juke? [w/Poll]


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As most automakers see it, growing consumer demand for smaller SUVs and crossovers are the major drivers of market growth. Nissan, a company that has changed dramatically under the leadership of Carlos Ghosn, has already carved a niche for itself in the sub-compact category with the Juke, but it will soon face competition from a brand famous for its SUVs, Jeep, which with the help of Fiat, crafted the new Renegade, set to arrive next year.

Refreshed Nissan Juke Priced from £13,420 in Britain


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The facelifted Nissan Juke will arrive in UK showrooms this June priced from £13,420 for the entry-level, front-wheel drive version rising to £22,670 for a top-spec Tekna AWD DIG-T 190 with a CVT. Nissan has not yet released pricing for the updated 215hp (218PS) Nismo model.

Is Infiniti Planning to Re-Badge the Juke for China?


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A leaked slide-show picture taken from a recent Infiniti press conference held in Beijing on the brand's product plans for China, suggests that the Japanese luxury firm may present a car based on the Nissan Juke small crossover.

It will be Easier to Make 2015 Nissan Juke Your Own via New Options


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The Juke is a supermini-based car with some off-road cred, an alien face and most recently, 370Z headlights. Nissan didn’t even try very hard to make it attract attention, with the fairly subtly facelifted model revealed in Geneva.

Facelifted Nissan Juke Nismo RS Gets a Power Boost as Well for Europe


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Like the regular 2015 Nissan Juke that was revealed today at the Geneva Motor Show, the performance version of the series named the Juke Nismo RS gains new boomerang shaped headlamps and other minor cosmetic revisions, but more importantly, it also gets an 18hp boost for the 1.6-liter turbo'd engine that now delivers 215hp (218PS) in European spec (the N.A. model already had 215hp).

2015 Nissan Juke Bears 370Z Headlights and 1.2-Liter Turbo Engine


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Nissan has been very careful to keep the Juke looking as weird as it always has. The model they have brought to Geneva suffers no big changes over the outgoing variant, but it does feature new-shape headlights, the manufacturer’s new grille and some fresh tech options.

New Photos Prove that 2015 Nissan Juke Keeps Quirky Looks


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I must say, after looking at the first picture of the 2015 Jeep Renegade, I am starting to gain a new appreciation for the rivaling Nissan Juke's looks… Speaking of the Juke's styling, the Japanese automaker dropped three more teaser images of the upcoming facelifted version in advance of the car's world premiere in Geneva.

Nissan Prices the 2014 Juke Nismo RS from $26,120* in the U.S.


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Nissan and it’s Nismo arm are keeping us busy today with new car price announcements. After the 2015 GT-R Nismo, the Japanese brand revealed that the 2014 Juke Nismo RS, the third model of the 2014 Juke lineup, carries a base sticker of $26,120, excluding an $810 destination and handling fee.

This is The New Nissan Juke – No Joke, and It's Coming to Geneva


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I don't know if any of you can make any sense of this artistic press photo of the redesigned Juke that was just released by Nissan, but that’s how the Japanese carmaker confirmed its Geneva Motor Show crossover debut, which we mentioned last week.

Nissan to Debut New Crossover in Geneva – Is it the Murano or Something Else?


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Sometimes automakers reveal their plans in full, sometimes partially and from time to time, they pull out the mystery card, just like Nissan did today when it announced that the next member of its "rejuvenated crossover family" will be revealed at the Geneva Motor Show taking its place next to the new Qashqai and X-Trail (Rogue in North America).

Fantasy Rendering Gives the Juke the new Nissan Face


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The Nissan Juke’s weird face was probably one of the single most intensely talked about design statements in the industry at the time of its introduction, and I think it still is to this day.

Nissan Juke NISMO RS Shows Off its 215 HP and Extra Trinkets in LA [w/Video]


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The new Nissan Juke NISMO RS, which just debuted at the Los Angeles motor show, is an interesting proposition. It’s based on the regular Juke NISMO, but it offers more power, improved handling and some fancy Recaro seats.

Lady Gets Her Nissan Juke in a Sticky Hole


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The thing with tall riding crossovers based off regular passenger cars (often only with FWD) is that some owners overestimate their vehicle's off-road or junk-road capabilities and pay less attention than what they would have with a different (lower) ride.

US Buyers Will Have to Pay This Much for a 2014 Nissan Juke


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The 2014 model year Nissan Juke and its (still) strange face have just received their official pricing details for the US market, where the model now starts from $18,990. The range rises in price, all the way up to either a SL trim with the CVT gearbox, all-wheel drive and most of the available comfort options, or the self-explanatory sporty Nismo variant with the optional AWD fitted, costing $25,990 and $25,290 respectively (factoring in an additional $810 destination charge for both).

The Force is Strange With This One: New Nissan Juke Ads with Stormtroopers and Darth Vader


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Whatever your thoughts may be about the prequel trilogy of Star Wars films released between 1999 and 2005, you'll have to acknowledge that The Force remains stronger than ever with the franchise, and that many companies love to associate their products with the series in one way or another (remember VW's Super Bowl ads?).