Nissan made a bold move when they released the Nissan Juke; a crossover that was said to blend the convenience of a supermini with the space of an SUV. To add to the pressure they also went with a striking design that was almost guaranteed to split opinion. As has become the case with most Nissan releases, the bold moves paid off and the Juke has not only become one of the Japanese manufacturer’s best-selling lines but it has sparked a generation of crossover vehicles from many manufacturers.
One of the reasons for the success of the Juke has been the low entry price point. The basic model is inexpensive, costing less than £14,000, but despite this low cost it is still packed full of features and extras that you would normally expect to have to pay a premium for; features like alloy wheels and air conditioning.
The interior of the Juke is more spacious than its supermini and compact counterparts while the ride height is also improved. What’s more, the compact nature of the car means that it is more convenient and easier to handle, even around the tightest of city streets, than a typical SUV. You really can enjoy the best of both worlds.