There is not much in difference compared to the 2014 Juke, but Nissan claims that all the body panels in the 2015 Nissan Juke will receive some mild adjustments. The major changes will however be in the treatments of the fascia. There is a little tweaking to the front grille, with Nissan showcasing its newest style of headlight design and LED running lights. The lower bumper received a significant revamping and LED indicators were incorporated with the mirrors. The bumper also has a more intimidating appearance and carries the new framework of tail lamps and also has LEDs. Nissan has added some new exterior colours to its selection.
The 2015 Nissan Juke cabin has retained all its trademark features but has some added qualities such as the option of two different fabrics and leather trim as well as new color themes. It also offers more options for customization than the 2014 Juke. There is an upgrade of the driver-assist technology, such as the newest versions of NissanConnect, the Nissan 360 degree View Monitor as well as the Safety Shield Suite. The Safety Shield Suite has components such as the blind spot and departure warnings, and moving objection detection. NissanConnect has an audio and video navigation unit with a 5.8 inch touch enabled screen. It also allows connectivity with smartphones and is enabled for Google search with music and social media compatibility.
2015 Nissan Juke Nismo RS Release Date, Price and Review
|2015 Nissan Juke Nismo RS Front View Model|
The Juke already has one of Nissan’s most effective engines and therefore did not make many changes in this regard. Nissan announced that the European market will have three different engine options – two gasoline engines and one diesel engine. These are the four-cylinder 1.2 liter turbocharged engine with an output of 113 horsepower, and the 1.6 liter engine with an output of 188 horsepower. The third is the 1.5 liter turbo diesel engine with an output of 108 horsepower. The US market will retain its single 1.6 liter four-cylinder engine. Nissan has also improved on the fuel economy and the torque-vectoring function of the 2015 Juke minimizing under-steer during hard cornering. The two options of transmission are the usual six-speed manual transmission and the CVT.