Known as a small crossover with a controversial design, Nissan has ventured a lot to launch in 2010, but during the review of the Nissan Juke 2020 today we will take a look at its all-new generation based on a different platform, what is the extent of changes Nissan Juke in its latest models?
We start with the Nissan Juke 2020 review by highlighting the changes in its exterior design, which is particularly evident in the front that has become less controversial and more streamlined, while retaining the incandescent rear door handles and circular headlamps, as the design changes seem somehow simple but differential. This makes the Juke 2020 look more sporty and distinctive, and the front grille looks bigger even though the same size as the previous model.
Nissan has also abandoned the highly prominent previous fenders for smoother fenders with sharp door lines, and large rear lamp changes to make it more simple.
Cabin and technologies
Nissan has decided to give the second-generation Juke a more mature interior with more interior space thanks to the larger dimensions. The only significant difference in the dashboard is the position and shape of the three-way circular air-conditioning outlets at the bottom of the entertainment system screen. The biggest differences, however, are the slightly sporty seats.
The Nissan Juke 2020 offers an 8-inch infotainment display with Wi-Fi support, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, with support for the NissanConnect application, which allows remote control of a number of car features with an option for Bose audio system that includes built-in headphones.
In terms of safety, Nissan also provides us with a wide range of safety systems such as automatic emergency emergency brakes with pedestrian and cyclist monitoring, with traffic sign recognition systems, off-track avoidance, rear traffic monitoring and blind spot monitoring with support for self-driving robot.
The Nissan Juke 2020 comes with a 1-liter 3-cylinder turbocharged 115-hp engine with a standard 6-speed manual or 7-speed automatic transmission with power steering allowances without the option of full wheel drive.