The eagerly anticipated next generation Nissan Juke has arrived at Glyn Hopkin, the UK’s largest independent Nissan dealer group. The latest version of the iconic crossover will be available to test drive at a special four-day event being held from Friday 29 November to Monday 2 December.
Test drive slots are limited and will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Successful applicants will be able to drive the new Juke, learn more about its stand-out design and experience its fresh, hi-tech interior.
Available from £17,395 (on the road) or from just £276 per month with a £1,500 customer deposit and a £500 Glyn Hopkin deposit contribution, the next generation Juke comes equipped with the latest entertainment and safety features including LED headlamps, a DAB radio, Bluetooth, cruise control, a lane departure warning system and a four-inch full colour information screen. Dramatic lights, intriguing design accents and a distinctive floating roof combine with a focused cockpit-like interior that is both spacious and offers high-riding visibility. All models will feature a lightweight powerful one-litre three-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine producing 117bhp, and buyers can choose between a six-speed manual or a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.
The Nissan Juke also comes equipped with ProPILOT technology which allows the car to keep a set distance from the vehicle in front, based on traffic flow. The system also helps keep the car centred in motorway lanes. ProPILOT can also read road signs, spot vehicles in the car’s blind spot, and recognise pedestrians and cyclists ahead. An Around View Monitor camera system gives a 360° view of the car, providing front, rear and kerbside views to help drivers park with more confidence and control.
The new car’s arrival at Glyn Hopkin follows an interactive dealer tour that treated attendees to an immersive state-of-the-art holographic presentation, a dramatic sound and light show and a virtual tour of Nissan’s advanced Intelligent Mobility technologies using three-dimensional virtual reality headsets. Over 100 orders for the new crossover were placed during the preview events.