N-Connecta and Tekna models can also be had with the punchy 1.6 Di G-T 190 turbo petrol.All cars come with a six-speed manual gearbox, and if you want an auto, your only engine option in the mainstream range is the older 1.6 115bhp petrol that comes with Nissan's X-Tronic CVT box.The sportiest Nismo RS versions are also four-wheel drive only and have the X-Tronic CVT box.
There’s been one facelift since 2010, and buyers keep on coming back to the Juke, although a raft of new models competing for the same space do show this Nissan’s age in today’s market.
In fact, the Juke’s closest rival is from Nissan’s sister company - the refreshed Renault Captur, with which it shares some of its running gear.
Having said that, this Nissan is fine to drive and quite comfortable in most situations.
Light steering makes it easy to drive the Nissan Juke around town, but out on the open road it lacks the feel to add confidence when exploring B-roads.
We would only recommend this set-up if your heart is really set on a Juke and you can only drive an auto, because the box is poor and the engine underpowered.