Nissan is updating the current Juke engine, already on the market for two years. The Juke’s new engine is Nissan’s DIG-T 114 petrol engine.

With output at 114PS (113bhp), it delivers 200Nm of torque – an improvement on the current engine without the need for overboost technology – while CO2 emissions are on average 1g/km lower.

The Juke’s grade structure remains the same, although prices have been adjusted upwards by £500 to reflect the benefits of the new powertrain.

Entry-level Visia models are available for an on-the-road price of £18,360 with a range-topping Tekna+ DCT example available for £26,360.

Equipped with Nissan’s NissanConnect infotainment system, Juke drivers can easily stream the new playlist on the road. Using seamless smartphone integration, drivers and passengers can open the Spotify app through Apple CarPlay or Android Auto, allowing them to get singing and let the good times roll.

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