The second-generation Nissan Juke has arrived. This Juke is bigger in every way than the last and while it’s not as quirky, it’s far better than the original. Richard Berry reviews the new Juke here at its launch in Australia. To read the full review go to the CarsGuide website


– Spacious cabin and large cargo area
– Cool styling
– Advanced safety tech


– Dual-clutch auto isn’t the smoothest
– No all-wheel drive variant
– No manual transmission


– Toyota C-HR
– Hyundai Kona
– Mazda CX-3

List price: $27,990-$36.490
Fuel Consumption: 5.8L/100km
CO2: 136g/km
Fuel Tank: 46L
Seats: Five
Warranty: Five-year/unlimited-kilometre warranty
Service Interval: 12 months/20,000km
Engine size: 1.0-litre
Cylinders: Three
Fuel Type: 95 RON
Power (kW): 84kW
Torque (Nm): 180Nm
Transmission: Seven-speed dual-clutch automatic
Spare: Space-saver spare
Turning Circle: 11m
Length: 4210mm
Width: 1800mm
Height: 1595mm

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