Driven: Nissan Juke mk2

Sep. 3 - 6pm CET - New Nissan JUKE Unveil CGI - 26-source

Michael Nash drives the new Nissan Juke to get a feel for its ’urban character’

Nissan’s mk1 Juke entered the market back in 2010. The protruding headlamps mounted on the bonnet and the unusual, curvy shapes of the body work gave it an extremely distinctive look.

The new Juke, which we first saw back in September 2019, shares some of the same quirky characteristics but could appeal to a much wider audience. We spent a week in the new mk2 Juke to get a feel for the car in the real world.

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