A prototype of the Nissan Juke facelift was spied in Spain near the Jerez circuit ahead of a very possible debut next year.

A prototype of the Nissan Juke facelift was spied in Spain near the Jerez circuit ahead of a very possible debut next year.

The Juke has been on sale since 2010 so naturally time has arrived for a nip & tuck to keep the model fresh and competitive. Nissan is preparing a few revisions to the front and rear of the funky-looking crossover and it seems they will also update the mirrors by incorporating the turn signals.

Expect to find a new front bumper with different air intakes along with an updated front grille and a new graphic for the headlights. At the back there will be a modified bumper and a few changes for the taillights while the alloy design will also be reworked.

Nissan could decide to offer the facelifted Juke with a 1.2-liter DIG-T engine borrowed from the second-gen Qashqai where it delivers 115 HP (85 kW) and 190 Nm (140 lb-ft) of torque. This engine will likely serve as a replacement for the 1.6-liter naturally aspirated motor.

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