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2020 Nissan Juke debuts – Shares platform with Renault Captur

2020 Nissan Juke comes with a lot has changes. It is the first time Nissan has given Juke a generation update, which was first launched back in 2010. This second generation Juke is larger than its predecessor, is lighter in weight and commands the latest in features. To make the deal even better, the company will also be offering a range of personalization options with new Juke.

Apart from adopting an evolutionary design with a floating roof line, bolder V motion grille, full LED headlamps, boomerang shaped tail lamps and horizontally positioned LED DRLs, the 2020 Nissan Juke also grows in dimensions. It now stands 4,210mm in length, 1,595mm in height and 1,800mm in width.

It sits on a new CMF-A platform, which it shares with the Renault Captur and Clio, and is lighter by 23 kgs as compared to its earlier counterpart. The existing lineup of 11 colour schemes also gets a new Fiji Sunset paint shade. The Nissan Juke will also get customization options where its bumper design, side sills and 19” alloy wheels are concerned.

Cabin space and boot space is at a premium. The rear seat will see added knee room by 58mm while rear head room is increased by 11mm and boot space is at 422 liters which is a good 20 percent more than that offered on the earlier Juke with was at 354 liters.

On board infotainment is via an 8” screen offering Android Auto, Google Assistant and Apple CarPlay as standard. There is a voice activation system, a floating central display, new dashboard design and multi-function steering wheel. The 8 speaker Bose Personal Plus sound system is also offered on the new Juke.

Soft touch material is seen all around the cabin showing off a more premium stance. Personalization options extend to sports front seats, Alcantara and leather upholstery and colour combinations for body and roof colour schemes.

2020 Nissan Juke will get its power via a 1.0 liter, 3 cylinder, turbocharged petrol engine offering 117 hp power mated to a 6 speed manual or 7 speed dual clutch transmission with AWD offered as an option. The Nissan Juke will be built at the company plant in Sunderland, UK with deliveries set to commence for European markets from later this year. Expected starting price of around £17,000 (Rs 14.85 lakhs).

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