Nissan officially unveiled a new generation of crossover JukeOctober 14, 2019
The “live” show of the Japanese news was held at the Sofia Motor Show. Sales of a new generation of Japanese shocking crossover in the EU will start next month. Lowest Price £ 17,395
The second generation Nissan Juke debuted at the beginning of September this year, but its official presentation was not held at the Frankfurt Motor Show in Germany, as everyone thought. Instead, the Japanese automaker Nissan decided for the first time to demonstrate the car, as they say, “live” during the Sofia Motor Show, which is the last European auto show on the calendar of the International Organization of Automobile Manufacturers (OICA). The start of sales of shocking news in Europe is scheduled for next month.
In Sofia, the most complete set of new items with a leather and Alcantara interior, premium Bose audio system, heated seats, decorative inserts for bumpers and 19-inch two-tone alloy wheels is presented.
Under the hood is a new 1.0-liter turbocharged three-cylinder gasoline engine rated at 117 horsepower. A six-speed manual gearbox is proposed as a transmission. An optional seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission will be available in most markets.
As can be seen from the official photos, the appearance of the new Juke was not so extravagant. Inside, more space has appeared. The luggage compartment has become 20% larger in volume and can now accommodate 422 liters of payload.
As already mentioned, the new Juke will go on sale at the end of next month with an initial price of £ 17,395 for the basic Visia. The most expensive version of the Premiere Edition will cost you at least 23,995 pounds. Deliveries are expected to begin at the end of the year or at the beginning of 2020. A more powerful version of Nismo will be introduced later.
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