Nissan is continuing to refresh its models, giving drivers something eye catching year after year. For 2015, we’re getting a redesigned Nissan Juke. Along with this redesign are pricing changes, new styling, more cargo capacity, and a new model range.
The new Juke is coming out with some blinding LEDs. In addition, daytime running lights, mirror turn signals, and taillights all received the upgrade, already making the vehicle flashier than ever. The grille has also been revised and there is a more noticeable trim around the front bumper.
With a new Juke come a few new colors, as well. Options include magnetic red, ink blue, and bumblebee yellow. All models also sit on 17 inch alloy wheels. Speaking of models…
Nissan has dropped the ST-S model altogether. Remaining are the Ti-S and ST models. The entry model ST features a 1.2L four cylinder turbo engine, which is only available in a six speed manual. For an automatic, you’ll have to jump up to the ST 1.6L non-turbo four cylinder with a CVT. Front wheel drive only on the ST.
The Ti-S is the bombshell of the Juke. There are two models, both with a 1.6L four cylinder turbo engine. In the less expensive model you get the engine, front wheel drive, and a six speed manual. In the more expensive one, you can expect a CVT with all-wheel drive. No matter which of the two you choose, Nissan delivers. Included in the Ti-S is the “Safety Shield” technology suite (lane departure, blind spot, and moving object detection, just to name a few), 5.8 inch touchscreen with internet app connectivity, satellite navigation,Bluetooth connectivity, and audio streaming.