2017 Nissan Juke Price, Launch Date

The Nissan motors based in Japan are the sixth largest automobiles manufacturer in this globe. It has achieved great marks of success by delivering what customers demand. Main focus of Nissan being providing ultimate customer satisfaction; Nissan tends to perform very well in this competitive global market. To stay stable in its position Nissan has adopted a strategy of continuously bringing in changes to its old product by incorporating all new features and technology and giving its vehicles an all new refreshing look. The new 2017 Nissan Juke is worth waiting for.

Major facets about Nissan Juke and changes to be adopted by Nissan

Nissan will be bringing changes to its very popular and trendy crossover, Juke in year 2017 to attract customers who like a zippy as well as muscular drive. This crossover is believed to perform equally good in both highways and city hassles. Being a sub-compact crossover, it has superb handling and is very easy to manage turns and twigs in city traffic conditions.

Based on crossover platform, again this mini crossover delivers amazing handling, stability and reliability. Being smaller in size, one of its major pro is its fuel economy. It is considered one of the most energy efficient vehicles of its class. 2017 Nissan Juke is going to see some major changes in the following arena:

  • External part of Juke 

Exteriors of 2017 Nissan Juke will have a redesigned front grille and bonnet. There will also be changes in front bumpers. Head lights are also expected to get sharper in look and same goes with its fog lamps. Rear part will have different tail lamps that are so going to make Juke all the more attractive from behind. Some other changes will be seen and observed in its rear bumpers and areas near its registration plate at its back.

  • Internal part of Juke 

Interiors is one of the key features that hold power of connecting its drivers and other passengers with the car. As per news, Juke is going to receive lot of changes in its interiors and will see what we call beige interiors. Use of upgraded material and leather upholstery is must. Apart from that there will be also updated multimedia system with all latest connectivity features. Front console and dashboard too are going to see a bit of changes in designing.

2017 Nissan Juke interior

2017 Nissan Juke – Engine Power and Fuel Economy

The 2017 Nissan Juke will be powered by already into play 1.6-liter turbo 4-cylinder engine. Same engine delivers a maximum power of 188 Hp @5600 rpm. Top speed of Nissan Juke is recorded at 124 mph and picks up 0-60 mph in just 6.9 seconds. 2017 model may also have a new engine option of 2.0 liter and may deliver power up to 240 hp.

The Juke surprisingly on its test results delivered a very satisfactory fuel economy of around 31 mpg on highways, while on cities it delivered a decent 26 mpg. Nissan is also going to improve fuel economy further for Juke and 2017 Nissan Juke is expected to deliver 32 mpg as per market news.

2017 Nissan Juke rear

2017 Nissan Juke – Price, Competitors and Launch Date

Base price of Nissan Juke is approximately around $21,150 ex-showroom. 2017 Nissan Juke is expected to start with a basic price of around $22,000. Added features are worth for paying higher prices for Juke. However, there is also an option of all wheel drive for Juke which will be slightly priced higher at around $31,000.

Nissan Juke belongs to mini or compact cross over section and this sector of cars has already a lot of cars competing with each other. Each car has its own set of pros and cons but however Nissan maintains a good position in this competitive market. Its major competitors are:

  • Mazda CX-3
  • Jeep Renegade
  • Fiat 500X
  • Honda HR-V
  • Chevrolet Trax
  • Buick Encore
  • Mini Cooper Paceman.

Nothing has been yet revealed by Japanese automaker Nissan motors on launch date of its 2017 Nissan Juke. However, news has been flowing all over market and Juke is expected to be launched any time in mid of year 2017, i.e. probably the second or third quarter of upcoming year.

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