2017 Nissan Juke price, specs and release date

The funky Nissan Juke could be replaced as early as 2017 by an all-new model with a revised selection of engines. Not only will its styling be updated, but it’ll be underpinned by a more modern chassis that could also see service in the upcoming Nissan Micra supermini. Read on for full details…

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The new Juke will probably take inspiration from the Sway concept car, shown here…

2017 Nissan Juke styling

The new Juke will probably draw inspiration from the elegant Sway concept, shown above. The current model’s two-piece headlights and sculpted rear end are expected to be carried over, however, as are the thick black wheel arches and curvaceous swooping roof line.

The new cabin will feature better build quality and more up-market materials than the old car

2017 Nissan Juke interior

Some reviewers criticised the outgoing Juke’s cabin for being awkwardly laid-out and, in places, poorly built too. Nissan is expected to improve materials and build quality significantly for the new Juke, but could tone down its bold styling to match the new car’s more subdued exterior.

2017 Nissan Juke engines and driving

The 2017 Juke will be based on a new platform that will, supposedly, be both cheaper and quicker to produce than the current car’s. This new chassis will allow Nissan’s engineers to fit an updated range of engines – 1.0-litre three-cylinder petrol units, a 1.6-litre petrol and the same 1.5-litre diesel as the current model are all expected to be offered when the new car goes on sale.

2017 Nissan Juke price and release date

We expect to see a Juke concept car teased sometime in 2016 – a production ready version may not be shown to the public until 2017, however. Order books for the new car are expected to open in mid 2017 with entry level models costing approximately £14,000.

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