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Is a used Nissan Juke a good buy?
The Nissan Juke is one of the trendiest small SUVs around. It's designed with the style and attitude of a jacked-up off-roader, but one that is as easy to drive and to live with as an ordinary hatchback. It’s also extremely popular and has been since the first generation Nissan Juke burst onto the scene in 2010.
The latest Nissan Juke arrived in 2020. It effectively raised the Nissan Juke’s game against a slew of impressive new small SUV rivals such as the Ford Puma that the first generation Nissan Juke was struggling to keep up with.
Now the new Nissan Juke has filtered down into the used car market in the sort of numbers that mean there are plenty of brilliant deals for buyers, who can be confident of driving a bang-up-to-date model while saving themselves thousands compared with a brand new version.
There are plenty of great reasons for choosing a new Nissan Juke, besides the BuyaCar savings. First of all, it’s a fresh new design that keeps the attention-grabbing chunky wheel arches of the original version, but it looks a lot more contemporary with LED lights and Nissan’s latest ‘V-Motion’ grille. The new look has more in common with the larger Nissan Qashqai, but it’s still unmistakably a Nissan Juke.
Even better are the changes inside, where families will be delighted with the extra space in the cabin which means much more legroom for passengers in the back, and an impressively large 420-litre boot.
The latest Nissan Juke cabin has also been upgraded with better materials inside and the dashboard completely redesigned with attractive circular air vents, plus an impressive eight-inch media system in the middle of the dash. The touchscreen operating system is a big step up compared to the older Juke’s system.
The Nissan Juke is pretty good to drive as well as being economical and cheap to run. It comes with a full five-star Euro NCAP safety rating too, with autonomous emergency braking and lane-keeping assistance fitted as standard.
If you’re sold on the idea of driving the latest Nissan Juke, read on to find out more about all of the different trim level specifications, to help you find the Nissan Juke deal that’s just right for you.
Which used Nissan Juke should you buy?
Aside from picking one of the different trim levels described below, there aren’t too many other choices you need to make when picking a second-generation Nissan Juke. That’s because, at least for now, it’s only available new with a single 117hp, 1.0 petrol engine - although you can get the Nissan Juke with manual gears or as a DCT ‘dual clutch’ automatic.
What used Nissan Juke trim levels are available?
There are four trim levels but keep an eye out for optional safety packs that previous owners might have ordered for their cars, too. Nissan’s Safety Shield pack adds worthwhile options like adaptive cruise control, 360-degree cameras and rear cross traffic alerts. The ProPilot pack adds more autonomous driving aids.
Nissan Juke Visia
If your budget will only stretch to the entry-level Nissan Juke, you’re unlikely to feel too hard done by. The car avoids looking like a bargain basement model with LED headlamps and daytime running lamps, plus a rear spoiler, gloss black mirrors and body-colour door handles. It does only have steel wheels - rather than more stylish alloy wheels - but they’re masked with flashy hubcaps.
Inside you get black cloth upholstery, cruise control, lane-departure warning and traffic sign recognition, but you have to make do with a basic 4.2-inch screen and not the additional eight-inch touchscreen fitted to all other trim grades. At least you can play tunes via a Bluetooth connection to the four-speaker audio system, but if you want sat-nav you’ll need to stick your mobile phone to the windscreen with a sucker-mount, or similar.
Nissan Juke Acenta
The Juke Acenta will be the sweet spot in the lineup for many, as it adds 17-inch alloys on the outside, plus the eight-inch touchscreen media system to the dashboard. This means you can link your phone to the screen via Android Auto or Apple CarPlay, use Wi-Fi and voice recognition, and also benefit from a rear view camera which is super-helpful when reversing.
Acenta is also the lowest grade available with the automatic transmission, and you’ll find some cars fitted with the optional Comfort Pack that includes automatic climate control, automatic windscreen wipers, heated front seats and heated electric folding mirrors.
Nissan Juke N-Connecta
Nissan Juke N-Connecta spec adds Nissan’s own sat-nav system, and you get a bigger digital dial display as well as the eight-inch touchscreen media system. Other features include standard climate control, a leather steering wheel, intelligent key with a push-start button, plus an electric handbrake.
The Safety Shield pack is optional on this grade, as are heated seats and a heated windscreen in the Heat Pack - both worth having.
Nissan Juke Tekna
The Nissan Juke Tekna grade is pretty comprehensive and gives you all the features you’re likely to want in your Nissan Juke, and more besides. It rides on flashy 19-inch alloy wheels, and adds the Safety Shield Pack and Heat Pack as standard, and also features an upgraded Bose audio system.
The Nissan Juke Tekna+ adds a bit more visual excitement to proceedings, special 19-inch alloys, two-tone metallic paint, and interior personalisation with black, orange or grey highlights. You may also find cars with an upgraded Bose surround sound system featuring headrest speakers, while an optional Design Pack adds fog lamps and privacy glass.