More value and equipment with Juke N-Tec model

Nissan's Juke N-Tec model has extra equipment over the standard car
Nissan’s popular Juke crossover has been given extra appeal with the introduction of the N-Tec model.

Nissan’s popular Juke crossover has been given extra appeal with the introduction of the N-Tec model.

Based on the existing Acenta Premium model, the Juke N-Tec adds 18in black and silver alloy wheels, as well as gloss black B-pillars and door mirrors.

On the inside, a gloss black centre console and gloss black door trim finishers complete the visual changes.

The equipment highlight on the inside is the latest generation Nissan Connect system, controlled via a large 5.8in colour touchscreen.

Integrating satellite navigation system with Bluetooth connectivity for mobile phones and MP3 players, it also offers Google Send-To-Car technology that allows owners to plan and send their route to the car before they leave the house.

Drivers have complete access to Google’s comprehensive Points of Interest (POI) database, and can also request weather forecasts, local fuel prices and flight information.

Juke N-Tec models also feature Nissan Dynamic Control System, which allows the driver to select preferred driving dynamic modes, as well as change other functions such as climate control settings via the central touchscreen.

Other standard equipment includes a reversing camera with colour display, automatic climate control and audio with Bluetooth compatibility and a USB port.

Buyers can choose from three engines - one diesel and two petrol - with the option of Nissan’s 4x4i intelligent four-wheel drive with rear axle torque vectoring and the CVT transmission when ordered with the 1.6-litre DIG-T engine.

The latter also gets a black interior headliner and a dual exit exhaust finisher to further mark it out.