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For The Nissan Juke is a striking small SUV that’s well equipped and attractively priced. Strong desirability helps keep resale values high.

Against Practicality isn’t great and many will find the driving position uncomfortable. Interior quality isn’t a strong point and neither are fuel economy nor emissions. It isn’t particularly good to drive, either.

Nissan Juke Crossover
33 5stars

The Nissan Juke is a refreshingly different small car that successfully blends supermini with SUV. Many rivals are more practical and better to drive, though.

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There are 8 Nissan Juke versions available

Crossover 1.6 Visia 5dr £13,420
What Car? says:3 stars out of 5
Crossover 1.2 DIG-T Acenta 5dr £15,320
What Car? says:3 stars out of 5
Crossover 1.5 dCi Visia 5dr £15,320
What Car? says:2 stars out of 5
Crossover 1.2 DIG-T Acenta Premium 5dr £16,470
What Car? says:3 stars out of 5
Crossover 1.5 dCi Acenta 5dr £16,715
What Car? says:2 stars out of 5
Crossover 1.2 DIG-T Tekna 5dr £17,670
What Car? says:3 stars out of 5
Crossover 1.5 dCi Acenta Premium 5dr £17,865
What Car? says:2 stars out of 5
Crossover 1.6 DIG-T 190 Acenta Premium 5dr £18,020
What Car? says:2 stars out of 5

Buyer's notes

Target Price team says:

The Nissan Juke is aimed at people who want to stand out, so there are lots of optional extras to help you personalise your car.

Entry-level Visia cars come with alloy wheels, air-conditioning, electric windows, stability control and six airbags. Acenta spec adds climate control, Bluetooth connectivity and a USB socket, while N-tec brings sat-nav, a reversing camera and sportier styling. Tekna gets heated leather seats, and keyless entry and starting, but we’d avoid this trim because it makes the Juke too pricey.

The entry-level 93bhp petrol is available only in Visia trim; it’s no ball of fire, but is perfectly adequate for short trips, and its low price makes it our favourite. If you regularly venture onto faster roads, though, it’s worth considering the 1.5-litre diesel or one of the turbocharged 1.6-litre petrols.

Reader test team says:

Nissan Juke Crossover 1.6 117 N-tec 5dr

I had one of these as a hire car recently and put about 800 miles on it, mainly motorways and A roads, though also some town driving.I have to say…

Richard Norman

3 out of 5 stars

Nissan Juke Crossover 1.6 Acenta Premium Pack 5dr

I downsized but wanted something eye catching and not extortionate in price. The Juke stood out as fitting the bill and I got mine in November 2011. …

John Ferguson

4 out of 5 stars

Nissan Juke Crossover 1.5 dCi Acenta Premium Pack 5dr

This car looks great but after a year of ownership I'm left feeling disappointed. My biggest issue is the noisy, slow and yet still not really…

Paul Thomas

2 out of 5 stars

Nissan Juke Crossover 1.5 dCi Acenta Premium Pack 5dr

I just wanted one of these! Yes, I know it's not the most practical - the boot could be bigger and there's not too much room in the back, but..... 5…

Kevin Garner

5 out of 5 stars
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