Nissan has revealed the prices for its Juke supermini-cum-crossover, with the entry-level 1.6 petrol version costing 12,795.
Three engines will be available - along with the 115bhp 1.6, there's a 109bhp 1.5 diesel and an all-new direct-injection turbocharged 1.6 petrol engine that produces 187bhp and starts at 15,695 for the two-wheel-drive model.
The range-topping engine is also available in four-wheel-drive mode, mated to a continuously variable transmission gearbox (CVT) which costs 19,995.
Three trims are available. Visia gets 16-inch alloy wheels, ESP, six airbags, sports seats and air conditioning. Accenta gets 17-inch alloys, climate control, Bluetooth with USB connectivity and the Nissan Dynamic Control System.
Two option packs are available with Acenta versions. A 300 Sport Pack upgrades to 17-inch Sport alloys, rear privacy glass and premium seat fabric. A 900 Premium pack gets a combined sat-nav and audio system, a reversing camera and six speakers, as well as the extras that come with the sports pack.
Tekna versions get leather upholstery, the combined sat-nav and audio system, a reversing camera and intelligent key with engine start button.
Orders books open for the Juke next month, with the first deliveries expected towards the end of September.
Nissan Juke prices
1.6 DiG-T Acenta (incl Sport Pack)
1.6 DiG-T Tekna
1.6 DiG-T Tekna 4wd CVT-M6
1.5 dci Visia
1.5 dci Acenta
1.5 dci TecknaPrice