Instead of the Frankfurt Motor Show, Nissan stole a march on its rivals by giving the JUKE it’s show debut at a pop-up motor show in Francfort, Charente-Maritime, France. The two car showroom featured red and black examples of the all-new JUKE, which was revealed to the public last week.
Almost a decade after it set the bar for compact crossovers through its distinctive personality and emphasis on fun, the next-generation Nissan JUKE arrives to reinvent the segment once again. Fun to drive as ever, the all-new JUKE delivers new levels of performance and technology, within a
With the launch of its new retail sales event – running from 23rdAugust to 15thSeptember – customers can benefit from up to £750 additional deposit contribution* on Nissan Intelligent Mobility-equipped passenger cars, when purchased through Nissan Finance. A high-tech upgrade to a Qashqai
Selling over one million units since its debut appearance in 2010, the new JUKE has been in the final stages of road testing, showing a new look and agile driving performances ahead of its official unveil next month. Taking to the Millbrook testing track in the UK with a camouflaged exterior, there
There are now almost 1,000 more public places to charge electric cars than there are forecourts to pump petrol in the UK – 9,300 EV charging locations compared with 8,400 fuel stations. The crossover happened more than a year before Nissan’s 2016 prediction of August 2020 – a result of the
The fun-loving and distinctive Nissan Juke has been named as the car with the most universal appeal to drivers of all ages, following analysis of favourite models conducted by the online motor retail specialist BuyaCar.co.uk. The finding reflects BuyaCar’s analysis of more than 10,000 used car
Nissan and City Football Group have extended their global partnership, ensuring the carmaker will continue to be the official automotive partner of the group and its soccer teams in the U.K., U.S. and Australia. The announcement comes as City Football Group’s Premier League team, Manchester City,
More than six in 10 European parents (63%) admit they struggle to fully concentrate on the road when their children are misbehaving in the car. But even more worrying is that nearly one in three adults (29%) reveal they know they’re less safe behind the wheel as a result, according to new