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First launched in 2010, the Nissan Juke is a leading super compact SUV. Stylish, practical and well-suited to family adventures and city driving, the Juke’s feature-packed design and affordable price tag have made it a very popular model for over a decade.

Combining the cabin comfort of a family SUV with the drive and handling of a hatchback, the Juke’s quality-for-an-affordable-cost approach means it competes with other models, particularly the Honda HR-V and SEAT Arona. Maintaining significant popularity across its generations, the Juke’s winning design means it stands out as a leading model in its class, helping it win Best Compact SUV at the 2017 Fleet Awards.

Nissan Juke updates and facelifts

On the road, the Juke’s rounded headlights, wide front grille and distinctive shape make it instantly recognisable. And to add to its unique design, the Juke’s 2014 facelift introduced new front and rear bumpers, helping it sit closer to the road. The release of the Mk2 in 2019 saw the addition of efficient hybrid engines, increasing the Juke’s range and lowering its fuel consumption.

Evolving through its facelifts and generations, the Juke’s practicality, engine efficiency and affordability mean it remains an enduringly popular SUV for a wide range of different drivers. It also comes with four key trims, including the entry-level Visia, mid-tier N-Connecta and Tekna, and flagship Nismo RS for a truly premium drive.

Practicality and style of the car

A large part of the Juke’s appeal is its practicality, with space and adjustability built into its design throughout. The Mk2 is 35mm wider and 75mm longer than the Mk1 model, with a total height of 1,595mm, width of 1,800mm and length of 4,210mm. These larger dimensions mean the Juke Mk2 closely rivals others in its class, like the Renault Captur and ŠKODA Kamiq, for space.

This added space means there is even more room for storage. Most used Nissan Jukes will have between 354 and 422 litres of boot space with the rear seats raised. Lower the seats and this can extend to between 1,088 litres and 1,189 depending on age and trim. This is more boot space than both the SEAT Arona and Honda HR-V, which have around 823 and 1,026 litres respectively.

If you’re looking for an SUV that has good towing capabilities, the Juke is an excellent choice. With a rear towbar attached, the Juke’s engines can tow up to 1,250kg, which is enough for most small braked trailers and caravans.

Inside the cabin, you can expect plenty of leg and headroom across the two front and three rear seats for tall adults. For extra comfort, the driver seat’s height adjustability makes it easy to find a driving position that suits you.

For family trips, the Juke’s two rear ISOFIX points come in handy. And for particularly long journeys with lots of passengers, keeping the cabin clean is no worry thanks to the cabin’s smart storage options. Door bins can be found throughout the cabin, with two larger bins fitted in the rear seats with enough space to hold a 500ml drink. There is also a compact front compartment, which can securely hold a mobile device and a front glovebox with plenty of room for storing small handheld accessories.

Running costs

The Juke’s running costs are also a plus point. Entry-level Jukes, such as the Visia, typically fall into group 12 while the top-tier Nismo RS trim will be in group 15. For its size, this makes the Juke excellent value, lower than both the Renault Captur and ŠKODA Kamiq. The Juke’s road tax is also reasonable at an annual rate of £180.

How a used Nissan Juke drives

The Juke can come with a range of petrol and diesel engines, with petrol hybrid engines available from 2019 models onwards. Depending on the trim, some also come with stop/start technology to help increase fuel efficiency.

Many Nissan Jukes will feature a 1.6-litre petrol engine, which generates 110bhp and can go from 0-62mph in 12.5 seconds and delivers 39.2–48.7mpg. In the Mk2, there is an option for a 1.0-litre, three-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine, which produces 112bhp and accelerates from 0-62mph in 10.7 seconds, offering a fuel economy of 40.9–47.1mpg.

If you’re looking for a petrol hybrid engine, you can find these in used Nissan Jukes from 2019 onwards. This 1.6-litre engine combines the 93bhp of a petrol engine with the 48bhp of an electric battery to create a combined 141bhp engine. It also produces 205Nm of torque and has a combined 56.6mpg – matching the Renault Captur and ŠKODA Kamiq. It can also achieve 0-62mph in 10.1 seconds with an electric-only top speed of 34mph.

Some used Nissan Jukes will have a diesel engine, which is often the dCi 110. It is a 1.5-litre engine which can accelerate from 0-62mph in 11.2 seconds, produces 111bhp and has a top speed of 109mph. It delivers 58.9–70.6mpg.

Most Nissan Jukes come with Nissan’s X-tronic Continuous Variable Transmission (CVT) system, which is a dual-clutch transmission system that allows for seamless gear shifting. This system will often be a six-speed manual transmission or six-speed automatic. There is also a seven-speed automatic gearbox available on some Jukes from 2019 onwards.

Engines and official MPG

Please refer to the table below for a comprehensive list of engines and their official MPG figures.

2010 - 2019

Engine Official NEDC MPG
1.2 DIG-T 48.7–50.4 mpg
1.5 dCi 58.9–70.6 mpg
1.6 39.2–48.7 mpg
1.6 Automatic 42.8–47.1 mpg
1.6 Automatic 4WD 43.5 mpg
1.6 CVT 44.8 mpg
1.6 DIG-T 40.9–47.1 mpg
1.6 DIG-T 4WD 37.2 mpg
1.6 DIG-T Automatic 4WD 37.2–43.5 mpg
1.6 DIG-T Nismo 40.9 mpg
1.6 DIG-T Nismo Automatic 4WD 38.2 mpg
1.6 DIG-T Nismo RS 39.2 mpg
1.6 DIG-T Nismo RS Automatic 4WD 38.7 mpg

2020 - onwards

Engine Official WLTP MPG
1.0 DIG-T 40.9–47.1 mpg
1.0 DIG-T DCT 40.9–46.3 mpg

Features you can expect in a Nissan Juke

When it comes to standing out on the road, the Juke doesn’t disappoint. Boasting a unique shape complete with sculpted edges, high cockpit, slim headlights and hidden rear door handles, the Juke’s distinctive style guarantees a sleek presence on the road.


Step into the cabin and you’ll discover an equally impressive range of crafted surfaces. Hard-wearing and quality materials run across the dashboard and steering wheel, with precision stitching running throughout. The interiors of entry-level Jukes are typically a glossy black. But choose a flagship Nismo RS trim, and red accents are applied throughout the cabin.

Driving the Juke is a true pleasure, with the Mk2’s extended length giving you ample leg and knee room. Thanks to the Juke’s raised cockpit, you’ll also have a commanding view of the road for added safety and driving ease. And with hushed engines adding to the cabin comfort, it’s easy to settle in for long journeys. For extra comfort, the Tekna trim’s heated seats and steering wheel technology adds another layer of luxury and is a welcome feature for those colder mornings. Many Jukes also come with a multi-functional steering wheel with a small cluster of well-organised buttons to help you easily activate the Juke’s infotainment system.


Depending on age and trim, you may find a seven or eight-inch touchscreen display which supports the Juke’s infotainment system, NissanConnect. This system includes a good range of connectivity services, including Bluetooth, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. It also supports smartphone mirroring, sat nav, DAB radio, in-car Wi-Fi, live traffic updates and breakdown assistance.

Many used Jukes also come with an additional digital driver’s display. Mounted in the instrument cluster, this easy-to-view screen can also show sat nav, hands-free phone book and drive information, including distance driven and miles per gallon.


The Nissan Juke has a five-star Euro NCAP rating with an adult occupancy score of 94% and child occupancy score of 84%. Many Jukes come with an emergency call system, cruise control with speed limiter, automatic emergency braking and lane departure warning as standard. The Juke also has an 81% Vulnerable Road Users score, with its shape offering good protection for both pedestrians and cyclists.

Trims available on the Nissan Juke

Nissan Juke Visia

The Visia is the Juke’s entry-level trim and includes 16-inch alloy wheels, automatic braking system, radio with MP3 connectivity, manual air conditioning, ISOFIX points in the rear and remote locking. There are also six airbags throughout the cabin for increased passenger safety.

Nissan Juke N-Connecta

The N-Connecta trim enhances the Juke’s cabin technology with TomTom-provided traffic navigation as part of the NissanConnect service, a seven-inch combimeter, intelligent key, start push button and an automatic electric handbrake. There is also automatic cruise control and a new leather steering wheel.

Nissan Juke Tekna

The Tekna trim revamps the audio system with a Bose Personal Edition eight-speaker sound system. To ease winter mornings, the Tekna also adds heated seats and steering wheel, and an advanced safety pack, including a rear-view 360-degree camera, blind spot detection, Nissan Dynamic Control – a system that adjusts engine and steering responses at the push of a button – and rain-sensing wipers.

Nissan Juke Nismo RS

The flagship Nismo RS trim has a remodelled front grille and wheel arches for a sport-inspired style, 18-inch alloy wheels, deeper side skirts and larger rear spoiler. The Nismo RS also sits lower to the road and features red accents throughout to create a sporty appearance.

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Frequently asked questions

Q. How much does a used Nissan Juke cost?

A. We have 200 used Nissan Juke cars in stock ranging from £6498 to £22,498.

Q. How many MPG does the Nissan Juke get?

A. The Nissan Juke MPG varies from 39 mpg to 71 mpg.

Q. How much is car tax for a used Nissan Juke?

A. The Nissan Juke car tax ranges from £20 to £305 per year for the models in stock.

Q. What is the average mileage on a used Nissan Juke?

A. The average mileage on a used Nissan Juke in stock is 21521 miles.

Q. Which transmission options are available with the Nissan Juke?

A. Currently in stock, the Nissan Juke is available in Automatic, Manual.

Q. What different fuel types are available for the Nissan Juke?

A. Of the Nissan Juke used cars in stock, they are available in the following fuel types: Diesel, Petrol, Petrol/Electric Hybrid.

Q. What are the most popular engine sizes in the Nissan Juke?

A. The most popular engine sizes in the Nissan Juke we have in stock are 1.0 litre, 1.6 litres, 1.5 litres.

Q. What are the most popular colours in the Nissan Juke range?

A. The Nissan Juke is available in various colours. The most popular we have in stock are Grey, Red, Black

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* MPG figures are obtained in laboratory testing and intended for comparisons between vehicles. Please be aware they’re not intended to represent real world efficiency.