2020 Nissan Juke: Price, specs and release date

Matt Rigby
July 19, 2019

A development prototype version of the Nissan Juke has been caught testing, while Nissan has released an intriguing teaser image. Here’s everything you need to know about the new small crossover.

  • Specs include

    Distinctive styling; hybrid power

  • Price

    est. £16,500

  • Release date

    early 2020

2020 Nissan Juke price and release date

After more than a decade on sale, the Nissan Juke, though it remains a distinctive shape on the roads, is rather long in the tooth. But an all-new car is on the way, this time with hybrid power. It’s set to go on sale early next year, and will join the booming ranks of small SUVs at a starting price of around £16,500.

2020 Nissan Juke styling 

The distinctive styling of the original Juke was one of its USPs, so replacing that car was always going to be a tricky challenge. But it looks as if the new car won’t shy away from eccentric styling quirks. This is clear from the latest teaser image (above), which shows a complex front light graphic and (in the shadows) part of Nissan’s corporate-brand ‘V’ grille.

The original Juke was also more sporty-looking than many small SUVs and the new car’s distinctive wheel arches, rising waistline and low roof continue the sporty theme. At the rear of the Juke there’s a distinctive fold that moves along the rear haunches into the tail lights on the boot lid. 

2020 Nissan Juke specs

The new Nissan Juke is based on underpinnings that are shared with Renault and Mitsubishi – and used in the new Renault Clio. This means it’ll be more spacious inside than the current car.

It’s also set to get an all-new set of engines, the most significant of which is the new hybrid, a first for the Nissan Juke. This will be a 1.6-litre petrol engine supplemented by an electric motor. Other engine choices will include the turbocharged 1.0-litre and 1.3-litre petrols first used in the recently revised Qashqai. There’ll be a 1.5-litre diesel, too.

What else can you expect from the Nissan Juke? Well, it’ll have more interior space than the current version and all cars will come with a large central infotainment screen. 

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