Unfortunately, not much is known about the upcoming 2018 Nissan Juke. However, based on the rumors we have heard, there is a pretty clear picture of what it could look like.
Release Date of 2018 Nissan Juke
The release date of the 2018 Nissan Juke will most likely be in late 2017, but there have been no official announcements to this date.
2018 Nissan Juke Price
There is no price tag on the 2018 Nissan Juke right now, but considering the earlier models as well as the competition, it is safe to assume the base version would go for more than $22,000 – plus additional equipment and fees, of course.
Nissan Juke Exterior
The 2018 Nissan Juke has received some badly needed updates, as the old design was getting kind of tacky. Still, the new headlights that are up to speed with its other Nissan cousins are a particularly nice touch.
Of course, they feature the latest in bi-intensity LED technology as well as xenon bulbs. The new bumpers give it a more aggressive and futuristic vibe, with a touch of sportiness coming from the new grille and inserts.
From the side, the new Juke looks slightly larger, even though we have been assured that the actual dimensions have not changed.
Lighter materials also mean better fuel consumption and handling, but we have yet to see just how much better. Last but not least, there is a whole selection of wheel options ranging from 16 to 18 inches.
The inside of the 2018 Nissan Juke is going to look and feel more technologically advanced than ever, and the color options are certainly going to reflect that. That means grey, white, red, black or yellow are going to be the main choices.
As for the indoor space, there is going to be slightly more legroom and a lot more cargo space, thanks to the redesigned layout. And if that is not enough in terms of cargo space, you can always fold the back seats and get a little extra on top of that.
The infotainment system has been brought up to speed, along with the latest sound system that Nissan could get.
Safety has also received its fair share of attention, although the lane departure warning system and park assist are the most useful of the bunch, and the camera system that covers 360 degrees is a piece of art.
Nissan Juke Engine
While the actual 2018 Nissan Juke has yet to make an appearance, there are plenty of rumors regarding its powertrain and, honestly, it is hard to make out which ones have genuine merit.
The exact specs and fuel ratings are far from anyone’s mind this early in the game, but we are going with the rumors about an inline-4 engine with a displacement of at least 1.6 liters and roughly 190 hp and 177 lb-ft of torque.
Earlier models could accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in under 8 seconds, so this time is likely going to improve as well. The estimated top speed may rise to 145 mph, but even that is hardly reliable for the time being. Finally, there is the 6-speed manual transmission or the Xtronic.
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