2014 Nissan Juke prices start at 13,420
* The face-lifted Juke to cost from £13,420 * Comes with new personalisation options and more luggage space * Goes on sale in June...
The face-lifted Nissan Juke will be priced from £13,420 when it goes on sale in June.
It comes with the same Visia, Acenta, N-tec and Tekna trims as the current Juke, although the engine offering has been mildly tweaked.
The entry-level Visia's price has risen by £225. This trim comes with air-conditioning, an auxiliary socket, front and rear electric windows, 16-inch alloy wheels and daytime running lights.
Acenta trim starts at £15,320 and brings Bluetooth and USB connectivity, climate control, steering wheel-mounted audio controls, rear privacy glass and 17-inch alloys. Acenta Premium starts at £16,470 and adds satellite-navigation, a colour reversing camera, enhanced interior styling and coloured interior personalisation.
The top-of-the-range Tekna trim starts at £17,670 and adds leather seats auto lights and wipers and Nissan's Safety Shield, which includes lane-departure and blindspot-warning systems.
The biggest change to the 2014 Juke, however, is the addition of an extra 100 litres to the boot capacity, boosting it from 250 litres to 350. Nissan has managed that without removing the spare wheel either.
Juke buyers will also now be able to personalise their car for the first time, with the introduction of several low-level factory fit styling options.
There are three escalating levels of personalisation. The first adds coloured details under the front and rear bumpers, the second puts coloured slashes on the alloy wheels and the third colours several elements of the cabin. Only four colours will be available as factory-fit options, but dealers will be able to add a further five colours, including purple, orange and blue.
The engine line-up includes the 1.2-litre petrol engine from the new Qashqai, which is estimated to emit around 126g/km. The top-level 187bhp 1.6-litre petrol engine has also been tweaked to improve CO2 emissions, which drop from 159g/km to 139g/km. The 1.5-litre diesel engine remains unchanged, with emissions as low as 104g/km and fuel economy of 61.2mpg.
The Juke will be available in dealerships from June.
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