New and Used Nissan Juke for Sale Philippines 2017
If you’re looking for a sporty vehicle with a truly unique design, then the Nissan Juke certainly merits your serious consideration. A defiant crossover, the vehicle’s ‘outsider’ styling coupled with competitive equipment features means the Juke will still find a niche market even if it performed poorly on the road. Thankfully, that is not the case, for the Nissan Juke Philippines executes as nicely as it looks and feels.
First released in 2010, the vehicle made its initial debut at that year’s Geneva Motor Show, and then again in North America at that same year’s New York International Auto Show. Production models began selling in 2011. Even then, the Juke has been dubbed as a genre bender that’s part performance car, part urban crossover, and all awesome.
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How is the 2017 Nissan Juke different from the 2016 model?
The 2015 and 2016 Nissan Juke models share a lot of the same features and equipment. Though they are essentially the same vehicle, there are actually two key differences between them, such as the New Siri Eyes Free feature and two new personal package options. For 2017, Nissan releases a limited-edition model with the following enhancements:
- Exterior color contrasts
- Interior accent contrasts
What is new about the Nissan Juke 2017 design?
The two new package options provide the 2016 Nissan Juke with accent colors on the side mirrors, door handles, rear spoiler, and bumpers. Two editions, the Black Stinger Edition and Yellow Stinger Edition, are available for the 2016 model. On the other hand, for the new 2017 Nissan Juke N-Style, new color schemes were also introduced. Choose from either one for a more personalized Nissan Juke N-Style.
- Cosmic Blue
- Black Obsidian
What are Nissan Juke 2017 specs and features?
Both the 2017 and 2016 Nissan Juke carries the same 1.6-liter 4-cylinder engine, same fuel economy, and same 97.2 cu. ft. interior volume.
What are Nissan Juke 2017 prices in the Philippines?
The 2017 Nissan Juke is available in just one trim, the Nissan Juke 1.6 Upper CVT, which has a starting price of P980,000. However, the limited-edition 2017 Nissan Juke N-Style has an SRP of P1,080,000.
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Nissan Juke Specs and Performance
The Nissan Juke comes in 10 different versions, although only one has been made available locally, namely the Nissan Juke 1.6 Upper CVT. As with the rest of the current Juke line, the Upper CVT is equipped with a 1.6-liter turbocharged inline 4-cylinder engine that delivers 116 hp and 154 Nm of torque. Meanwhile, acceleration from 0 to 100 kph is at 11.1 seconds. The Nissan Juke engine is paired with a continuously variable transmission (CVT) and comes in front wheel drive configuration, allowing the vehicle to reach a max speed of 178 km/h.
|Nissan Juke Specs and Performance 2017|
|Engine and Transmission
||Inline 4 Cylinder, DOHC, 16V Twin CVTC
|Maximum Power (ps/rpm)
||Electronics Injection Multipoint
|Fuel Tank Capacity
||Front: Independent MacPherson Strut, Rear: Torsion Beam Axle
|Dimensions (L x W x H)
||4,135 x 1,765 x 1,580
|Seating Capacity (Persons)
|Trunk Space (L)
Nissan Juke Fuel Consumption
The Juke is the first Nissan vehicle to come equipped with the I-CON Integrated Control System, a feature that lets a driver select different drive modes that can either boost the vehicle’s steering response, throttle response, and/or CVT performance. Depending on your chosen mode, you can make the Nissan Juke consume less fuel or be more responsive to your personal driving style. Here are the vehicle’s fuel consumption averages per year:
New Nissan Juke fuel consumption:
- Nissan Juke 2016: 9.5 l/100km average rating
- Nissan Juke 2015: 9.4 l/100km average rating
- Nissan Juke 2014: 9.4 l/100km average rating
- Nissan Juke 2013: 9.4 l/100km average rating
Second hand Nissan Juke fuel consumption:
- Nissan Juke 2012: 9.1 l/100km average rating
- Nissan Juke 2011: 9.2 l/100km average rating
- Nissan Juke 2010: n/a
- Nissan Juke 2009: n/a
Nissan Juke Features
Nissan Juke Convenience and Entertainment Features
The Juke’s interior features are a mixed bag—on one hand, it’s more spacious than coupes and the dashboard is smartly designed, but on the other, hard plastics abound and the seat upholstery looks a bit over-the-top. That said, all the cabin’s features blend well together, which makes these missteps very minor.
- I-CON System for various driving modes
- Tilt steering column
- Steering wheel mounted audio controls
- Flat folding rear seats
- Auto folding side mirrors with key lock
- 2-DIN display audio with 6 speakers
Nissan Juke Safety Features
The Nissan Juke’s crash test ratings are average at best, which is why you may want to choose another car altogether if safety is a major priority. That said, what the Juke offers on the safety side of things can be deemed good and reliable:
- SRS dual front airbags
- Anti-lock Brake System
- Rearview camera
- Tire pressure monitors
- Anti-theft system
- Child protection lock
Nissan Juke Design
Nissan Juke Interior
Though the cabin is larger than most coupes, it still feels cramped. The small size aside, the front seats still manage to provide a comfortable upright driving position. Unfortunately, the rear space is another matter. Here are the Juke’s noteworthy interior features:
- Sliding, reclining driver seat
- 60/40 split rear seats
- Adjustable headrest with Active Restraint
- Drive computer
- Glove box with illumination
- Anti-dazzling rearview mirror
Nissan Juke Exterior
There’s a certain timelessness to the Juke’s appearance—an attractive combination of bulges and lines that might remind one of equally enduring makes and models such as the Toyota FJ Cruiser or the Mini Cooper. Looking like a coupe from certain angles, there’s no question that the Juke is one unique crossover vehicle.
- Halogen projector with LED clearance lamps
- Automatic headlights
- Front fog lamps
- V-Motion character design chrome grille
- Electric folding power adjust side turn lamps
- Variable intermittent front wipers with mist
Nissan Juke Color Options
The Nissan Juke is available in four eye-catching color options:
- Solar Yellow
- Pearl White
- Red Alert
- Black Obsidian
Nissan Juke Price List in the Philippines
Although the Nissan Juke has been in production since 2010, it wasn’t until 2015 when it finally reached Philippine shores. As a result, models prior to 2015 are virtually non-existent in the country, and 2nd hand Nissan Jukes are still a rarity. The Nissan Juke models in the Carmudi directory are currently brand new Nissan Juke models, but eventually, as the car ages, more and more 2nd hand Nissan Juke for sale will grace the website’s pages.
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New Nissan Juke Price in the Philippines
- Nissan Juke 2016 price in the Philippines: P1,030,000
- Nissan Juke 2015 price in the Philippines: P980,000
Second Hand Nissan Juke Price in the Philippines
- Nissan Juke 2014 price in the Philippines: n/a
- Nissan Juke 2013 price in the Philippines: n/a
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