Nissan is introducing the n-tec special edition of the Juke which comes with the firm's new-gen Nissan Connect infotainment system.
Nissan is introducing the n-tec special edition of the Juke which comes with the firm's new-generation Connect infotainment system.
It's based on the Acenta trim and packs a 5.8-inch color touchscreen display, Bluetooth, satellite-navigation system, as well as support for Google's Send-To-Car technology which the owner can use to plan a journey on a PC/tablet and send the instructions to the car. The navigation system will plan the most optimal route and the owner can specify points of interests.
The crossover rides on 18-inch black/silver alloys and comes with glossy black mirror caps and B-pillars. Eight exterior colors are available, along with three interior cabin shades. The n-tec can be specified with a 1.6-liter naturally-aspirated engine with 117 HP (86 kW) or the 1.6-liter turbocharged DIG-T producing 190 HP (140 kW). There's also a 1.5 dCi diesel generating 110 HP (81 kW) which brings CO2 emissions of 124 g/km.
In terms of gearbox choices, the naturally-aspirated gasoline engine can be linked to a 5-speed manual or an XTRONIC CVT. The front-wheel drive DIG-T model receives a 6-speed manual, while the four-wheel drive variant is offered with an XTRONIC M-CVT transmission with a 6-speed manual mode. The diesel engine is connected exclusively to a 6-speed manual gearbox.
Standard goodies include automatic climate control, reversing camera with color display, auto-lightning, rain-sensing wipers, front fog lights, USB support, along with leather-trimmed steering wheel and gear lever knob.