How to spec a Nissan Juke

Our guide to Nissan's smallest SUV covers which options to choose, which to avoid, and how much to pay for it all...

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The Nissan Juke is a funky small SUV with standout looks, but there's more to its appeal than just style. First off, it comes loaded with safety equipment, with automatic emergency braking and lane-departure warning systems both coming as standard. Secondly, it's much, much better to drive than the old car, offering reasonable grip through corners and managing to take the sting out of most lumps and bumps in the road. There are more well-rounded small SUVs – including our current Car of the Year, the Ford Puma – but if you're looking for a small SUV with lots of kit and a reasonable price tag, then the Juke is a decent choice.

Our full 16-point review can tell you more about what the Juke is like to live with, but here we're concentrating on what you should pick from the options list. If you've followed our recommendation and chosen N-Connecta trim, then you'll already have the essentials including climate control and keyless entry and start, but here's how to add more luxury without breaking the bank.