Since the launch of the Juke in 2010, more than 19,000 have been sold in the UK with circa a third being powered by the diesel 1.5-litre dCi engine.
Now the Juke features the revised 1.5-litre dCi engine which sees a reduction in co2 emissions from 124 g/km to 109 g/km, the combined fuel consumption is 67.3 mpg, an improvement over the previous unit's 58.9 mpg. It now features Start/Stop technogoloy which effectively switches off the engine automatic, when waiting in traffic and automatically re-starts when pulling off.
The power remains the same at 110PS with the performance figures of 109 mph and 0-62 mph of 11.2 seconds remain unchanged.
There has been an increase in torque from 240 Nm to 260 Nm at 1,750 rpm, with 80% of this being available from 1,500 rpm. The engine also features Nissan's Dynamic Control system, which enables the driver to select from three engine settings - Eco, Normal and Sport. This system now not only selects appropriate pedal sensitivity settings in Eco and Sport modes, but also limits maximum engine torque in Eco mode to 220 Nm, where in Normal and Sport modes the full 260 Nm is available.
The Juke n-tec model is set to be the biggest seller and now features the latest Nissan Connect communication centre comprising of new navigation software and a 5.8-inch colour touchscreen, and advanced features such as Google Send-To-Car, which allows an owner to plan a journey on their PC or tablet at home or in the office and then send the instructions to the car ahead of the trip.
The new 1.5-litre dCi engine models are available at your local Nissan Dealer.
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