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NEW NISSAN JUKE e-Power At October's Tokyo Motor Show, Nissan will offer the Juke e-Power concept as the current in its fleet of electrified designs. As the name of the idea implies, it will ...
2018 Nissan Juke: Nismo, Redesign, Price After its release for the first time, Nissan Juke has gained the hearts of many with its unique styling and interesting design. Since it has been very successful on the market, the Company will soon be ready to present the new 2018 Nissan Juke.
The innovative and rather odd-looking Nissan Juke sport-cross received a subtle makeover for 2015, with a few styling revisions and additional equipment.
2018 Nissan Juke Summary. The all new 2018 Nissan Juke will come either in the skin of the 2015 Gripz concept, which was obviously made to look like Juke, or if the Nissan is not brave enough they will stick to the current formula. Changed a thing here and thing there and you have a new model.
But now the Juke is dead, and in its place at the small end of the carmaker’s SUV lineup is the 2018 Nissan Kicks. Given how different the two vehicles appear to be, the name change seems ...
2018 Nissan Juke redesign. First generation of the Juke was very successful, so designers and engineers are trying to make vehicle with same selling records and impact. Because of that, new platform is used. This time, 2018 Nissan Juke will be built upon Gripz concept. This means few things. New, bolder look will be given to the crossover.
Inside the Cabin of new 2018 Nissan Juke. Even though the Juke offers plenty of customization options, the interior is just old at this point. The new car is expected to receive a cabin derived from that of the Rogue.Instead of the usual center stack though it will more than likely receive a brand new design for it.
2018 Nissan Juke Redesign. Nissan’s concept for the new Juke is quite impressive. They showcased a four-door compact utility vehicle, very similar to the original C-HR concept. In the front the car features Nissan’s new V-shaped corporate look which includes a large grille and really slim and swept back headlights.