Nissan have announced pricing for its new Juke hybrid ‘premium’ model, which is expected to arrive in showrooms in July 2022.
The car will be available in various grades, including N-Connecta starting from £27,250, Tekna from £28,750 and Tekna+ from £30,150.
It has been designed with an emphasis on new technologies to maximise the hybrid's electric vehicle (EV) mode.
The 'Premiere Edition' will be added to the range with a limited production of 750 vehicles, priced from £28,250, and be the first version to arrive in 2022. This premium version is similar to the N-Connecta but with the addition of 19-inch gloss black alloy wheels and black tinted headlights.
Customers can also choose side finishes that can be painted either black or white, depending on the selected body colours of Storm White or Gun Metallic. Both colours will feature a pearl black roof. Finishing off the exterior is graphic detailing on the door mirrors and roof. The interior has a glossy black gear console, which compliments the grey stitching on its black synthetic leather seats.
The hybrid versions have received the same product updates available on the whole Juke range. Product updates made to the hybrid range includes a two-tone 17-inch alloy wheel, an aerodynamic rear spoiler, keyless entry into the vehicle and an overall improved audio system with 10 BOSE Personal Plus speakers in its interior. Also included are two new colours - Ceramic Grey and Magnetic Blue.
A redesigned driver's information display has been designed to deliver more information about the vehicle's electrified powertrain status. In the driver's instrument dial display, the driver can see the vehicle's speed and a power gauge; under that, there's a gauge that will also show the battery's charge status.
Additionally, hybrid Juke’s will come equipped with Nissan's e-Pedal step, which allows the car's movement to be controlled using the accelerator pedal when activated. This means that when the driver lifts their foot off the accelerator, moderate braking is automatically applied, decelerating the car by 3 mph. The e-Pedal button can be located in the centre console next to the button that activates the full-electric mode.
"Nissan's electrified product strategy is gaining momentum, and the new Juke Hybrid represents another milestone on our strategic ambition to have a fully-electrified range by 2023," said Chairperson Guillaume Cartier, Nissan AMIEO region.