All-new Nissan Juke teased before September 3 debut

All-new Nissan Juke teased before September 3 debut

It’s been almost a decade since the Nissan Juke revealed itself to the world, and a second-generation model is set to make its debut on September 3. The Japanese carmaker has released a teaser of the new crossover, and it looks to be just as funky as before.

Just like the original, the dual-tier lighting setup has been retained for the new car, although it’s now presented in a sleeker fashion. The swooping upper cluster has a much more slender shape compared to the outgoing model, and it meets neatly with the edges of the V-motion grille rather than being isolated at the top.

Further down, the round lights features a prominent three-pointed element within them, as an evolution of the same design cue we’re familiar with. The previous wide-width intake has also been shrunk down to fit within the “V” of the grille.

Nissan isn’t providing much information beyond a date and this teaser image, but spyshots of the upcoming model reveal a sloping roofline coupled to broad shoulders. Door handles mounted close to the C-pillars were also seen on the development car, as are taillights that resemble those on the latest March/Micra.

The new Juke is said to ride on the CMF-B platform, which is also used for the Renault Captur, and the engine line-up should include a mix of small-capacity turbocharged petrol and diesel options, as well as a 1.6 litre petrol-electric hybrid powertrain.

GALLERY: Second-generation Nissan Juke spyshots

GALLERY: Current Nissan Juke (Thai-spec)

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Originating from the corporate world with a background in finance and economics, Gerard’s strong love for cars led him to take the plunge into the automotive media industry. It was only then did he realise that there are more things to a car than just horsepower count.



  • Lenny Liew on Jul 15, 2019 at 10:12 am

    Pity ETCM cannot bring this car in. ETCM tries so hard to bring the Qashai (Europe’s best selling SUV) and the Juke but everytime MITI reject their application

    Why? Very simple. If the Qashai comes in, nobody will buy DRB’s Honda HRV at all. Even the Proton X70 also will find it hard to make sales.

    Pity ETCM. The only non GLC linked company always facing hardships

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