Ahead of its upcoming models in 2017, Nissan has finally unveiled two of its new special edition versions of the Juke small crossover. Nissan's latest offering allegedly features exterior and interior styling changes as well as an all-new technology. However, the automaker emphasizes that both cars have been inspired by the existing versions of the Juke, rather than being new special edition trims outright.
The Nissan Juke N-Connecta Style And Tekna Pulse Special Editions
According to Cars UK, car enthusiasts say that the smaller, funkier, and ugly-but-appealing compact Nissan Juke SUV has emerged as one of the familiar sightings on the streets of UK. Despite how enthusiasts would describe it, two of Nissan's special editions are proudly offering its upgraded and more powerful sound system. Apparently, the Jukes also features the six-speaker Focal setup, delivering 40/120 watts front and rear and both cars are equipped with black interior personalization pack and 18″ alloys.
Meanwhile, styling-wise, Auto Express reports that two paint finishes are allegedly being offered that comes with a metallic black or a dark grey. In addition, it was found that the black interior styling pack has also been included, and is being paired with leather seats and sports pedals. Now, in terms of pricing, Nissan reveals that it will start from £20,700 for the DIG-T 115 turbocharged petrol and £22,305 for the dCi 110 turbodiesel.
The Japanese automaker adds that beneath the Juke Tekna Plus is the new Juke N-Connecta Style which has been an enhanced version of the N-Connecta grade version of the crossover. Additionally, as a standard, it was found that Xenon headlights are also included. Ultimately, the Exterior Personalization pack purportedly enhances Juke's styling cues with its color coordinated bumper and headlight finishers. On the other hand, its Interior Personalisation pack offers premium sports seats with striking Tokyo Black trim that allegedly matches to the centre console and door strips.