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The Juke has been on the market since its initial release in 2010. In the time since, there have been only two generations with the latest of these coming in 2019.
The model quickly received praise as it was clear that it was ahead of its time, entering the market far sooner than many other manufacturers started taking an interest in compact crossovers.
Interestingly, despite having only two generations to the name, only a single update has been given to the model. This came as a mid-cycle facelift in 2014.
It was around the time of this facelift that a variant model called the Infiniti EQS went on sale in the Chinese market. This was simply a rebadged variant of the Juke.
The Juke currently represents the smallest offering in Nissan’s SUV family. Of course, this puts it beneath the Qashqai.
Nissan has offered five trim levels usually, depending on the region in question. These are the base Visia, followed by the Acenta, Tekna, Nismo, and Nismo RS. The Acenta is also offered with either a Sport or a Premium package.
There was also the Juke-R, which is a high-performance version that borrowed its powertrain, as well as a number of styling cues from the Nissan GT-R. Only five of these were released halfway through 2015.
Engines have been fairly small, which is expected given the Juke sits in the compact crossover class.
For the latest generation, only two engines are offered. The first is a 1.0 L inline-3 petrol and the second is a 1.6 L inline-4 petrol hybrid.
The first generation did offer a single 1.5 L inline-4 diesel engine, but this was retired with the release of the second-gen offering.