Used Nissan Juke 2019-present review

Category: Small SUV

Section: Ownership cost

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Ownership cost

What used Nissan Juke hatchback will I get for my budget?

Used prices continue to settle on the nearly new Juke but you should be able to secure a healthy discount on the price of a new car. Expect to spend between £15,000 and £17,000 on a 2020 car in either Visia or Acenta trim. You'll need between £16,000 and £18,000 to secure a Juke of this generation in one of the higher trims, such as N-Connecta or Tekna+. 

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How much does it cost to run a Nissan Juke hatchback?

MPG

According to the official WLTP tests, the Juke average 46.3mpg and produces 118g/km of CO2 emissions. In our tests, it achieved 37.8mpg. 

Road tax

All Jukes currently cost under £40,000 new so won't attract the supplementary luxury car tax, but it will have to pay the annual road tax (VED). This is currently £150 a year. 

To find out more about road tax costs, click here.  

Servicing and Insurance

Minor servicing from Nissan costs around £200, while major visits are £300 and £360, respectively. It’s not the cheapest car in terms of servicing (which is required every 12 months), but this is largely offset by Nissan throwing in 12 months' European roadside assistance as part of the deal. The Juke sits in insurance groups 13 or 14, depending on trim. In our tests, we worked out that three years servicing costs with an average mileage would be around £1292, and insurance costs around £1437.