Nissan Juke Becomes More “Dynamic” With New Special Edition

While enthusiasts are still waiting for the second-gen Juke, Nissan continues to roll out more special editions of the current iteration.

The latest one to hit the European car market is dubbed Nissan Juke Dynamic and is based on the N-Connecta trim level, which already benefits from a list of standard equipment that includes the NissanConnect 5.8-inch touchscreen navigation and entertainment system, DAB digital radio, rearview camera, Intelligent Key with Start and electric folding side mirrors.

On the outside, consumers can choose between two colors – Magnetic Red and Garnet Black, joined by a full red Personalization Pack as standard, setting itself apart from the regular models with the “color-co-ordinated bumper finishers” on both ends, headlight detailing and side mirror covers, while riding on a set of 18-inch alloy wheels.

In the cabin, the special edition small SUV has been equipped with sports seats with red trim, red rearview mirror cap, center console, air vents and door trim and black floor mats with red Juke branding stitched in. Optional features include the automaker’s Safety Shield suite of technologies that add the Around View Monitor, Bind Spot Warning, Moving Object Detection and Lane Departure Warning.

Powertrain choices include the 1.2-liter DIG-T 115 PS (113 HP) petrol and the 1.5-liter dCi 110 PS (108 HP) diesel, burning 5.8 lt/100 km (40.56 mpg US) and 4.1 lt/100 km (57.37 mpg US) respectively. Prices, launch date and additional details have yet to be announced.