Nissan Juke is a car whose second generation entered the market in 2019, but it still looks modern and new. Now, Nissan has decided to introduce a new model for 2023. New specifications have been added to its non-electric model and it has become a little more expensive in terms of price.
First of all, it should be said that the Nissan emblem is visible on the car, and the new colors that have been added to the color palette of this car are gray and blue colors. The 17-inch alloy wheels are also equipped with new designs.
Aerodynamic changes are not visible in this car; Although Nissan has announced that after the release of the Juke hybrid, these changes have been applied to all Juke cars.
Most likely, these changes are placed under the body of the car because the type of grille used in this non-electric joke is very similar to its previous generation and does not differ much in appearance.
Nissan Juke 2023 is offered in five trims: ST, ST-L, ST-L, ST-L+ and Ti. The ST and ST+ variants get new 17-inch wheels, and the ST-L gets black and leather trim with white stitching in the cabin.
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From the ST-L up, all cars are equipped with new trunk space. There is also a new system for unlocking the car, which includes both a new smart key with a lock and can be accessed by being close to the car.
There is a Bose sound system with integrated UltraNearfield speakers in the car, which, of course, are located behind the headrests of the front seats. There are two additional speakers in the ST-L+ and Ti trims, which brings the number to 10.
Mechanical changes, including changes in the engine, are not seen. It is powered by a 1.0-liter three-cylinder turbocharged engine that produces 113 hp (84 kW / 114 hp) and 180 Nm (133 lb-ft) of torque.
All standard models are equipped with a seven-speed DCT automatic transmission that sends power to the front axle. Of course, the hybrid model is not yet available in Australia and the only available option is the 1.0 liter model.
Prices for the Juke ST model start at AUD$28,390 (US$17,891). The Juke Ti model is also priced at AU$36,890 (US$23,247). This model is AU$400 (US$252) more expensive than the previous model. These cars are scheduled to enter Australian dealerships in early 2023, and it is expected that these changes will gradually be seen in all markets.