2020 Nissan Juke verdict

The original Nissan Juke SUV was a big sales hit despite having some equally big flaws. Can this all-new, second generation car right the wrongs without sacrificing character?...

2020 Nissan Juke side

Prices for the new Nissan Juke start at £17,395, but the real meat of the range comes in at just around £20,000 – prime Volkswagen T-Cross territory.

It’s too early for a definitive verdict, but the Juke now seems a much more rounded proposition, being better to drive, more practical and less divisively styled, yet still striking. In short, it should keep the converted enthralled while attracting many non-believers into the congregation.  

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Nissan Juke 1.0 DIG-T 117 Tekna+

Price £23,895 (est) Engine 3cyls999cc, turbo, petrol Power 115bhp at 5250rpm Torque 133 lb ft at 1750-4000rpm (148lb ft inc. overboost) Gearbox 6-spd manual Top speed 112mph (est) 0-62mph 10.2sec Fuel economy na CO2 118g/km (estimated NEDC)

Rivals Seat Arona; VW T-Cross