The interior layout, fit and finish
Driving position and dashboard
If you’ve ever driven an original Nissan Juke (from 2010-19), you might well have been frustrated by the fact that its steering wheel only adjusted for height and not reach. That was a real bugbear for some drivers, so you’ll be pleased to hear that the steering wheel of the current Juke moves in and out as well.
Combined with well-positioned pedals, that makes it easy to get comfortable behind the wheel. You might not stay that way on longer journeys, though, because there's no adjustable lumbar support to stop you slouching. A few of our testers have complained about that so we'd suggest an extended test drive to see whether it causes you problems too.
Sat nav and infotainment
The Nissan Juke's entry-level Visia trim gets you a rudimentary infotainment system that looks like a throwback to the early Noughties. However, despite its tiny monochrome screen, you get Bluetooth, a DAB radio and a USB socket. It's still best avoided, though.
Instead, we’d recommend upgrading to at least Acenta trim, because it gives you a much more up-to-date 8.0in colour touchscreen. You get more modern features, too, including Apple Carplay/Android Auto smartphone mirroring so you can use your phone's apps, such as Google Maps and Waze navigation. N-Connecta trim and above adds built-in sat-nav with live traffic information.