The funky Nissan Juke has been given a mild makeover for 2018, with subtle styling changes, an updated stereo and new personalisation packages
Although the core design of the crossover remains, a new-look front grille, dark headlamp housings and dark indicators do feature on the car. LED fog lights are all now standard on all but the base model.
There are a choice of two new 16-inch alloy wheels, while the 18-inch alloy wheels on Tekna models can be spec’d with coloured inserts.
Further personalisation options include a different coloured rear bumper section, door sills and mirror caps. Vivid Blue and Chestnut Bronze have also been added to the range of body colours — bringing the total number of options to 11.
As for the stereo upgrade, a new Bose system is optional on Tekna models and included as standard on the Bose Personal Edition grade. Nissan claims it provides a “360-degree listening experience” thanks to six high-performance speakers and digital signal processing. The set-up also includes ‘UltraNearfield’ speakers built into the driver’s seat headrest to take sound quality to the next level.Save money on a new Nissan Juke today
Changes to the cabin include two new colour choices for the centre console, air vents, door cars and seat upholstery — Energy Orange and Power Blue. Those looking for a more conventional look can opt for gloss black trim.
Ken Ramirez, senior vice-president of sales and marketing at Nissan Europe, said: “The Nissan Juke is the pioneer of the B-segment crossover and is today one of our most established and much-loved models. These new features further extend customer choice, enhancing the distinctive design for which Juke is best known.”
UK pricing is yet to be confirmed, but the updated Juke will be available in May 2018.