Japanese carmaker Nissan has launched a new special edition trim level for the Juke crossover available in the UK. So that you know, the new trim comes with new design elements and with added gadgets. The price for the new Nissan Juke N-Tec was established to start at GBP16.295. It has as base the Acenta Premium model and it uses 18-inch black and silver alloy wheels covered in 225 45 r18 tires. The model also comes with black bezels for the bonnet light strips and glosses black B-pillars and door mirrors.
When it comes to the interior of the car, the new special edition features a gloss black center console and also a gloss black door trim finishers. If you think of the most important highlight, that is the in-car technology. Nissan Connect includes a 5.8-inch color touch screen that controls the satellite navigation system and it also has Bluetooth connectivity for mobile phones and MP3 players. Here we also have to mention the Google Send-To-Car technology that allows owners to plan and send the information on the route to the car just before leaving the house, which is really an incredible feature. There is more to this. Apparently drivers also have full access to the Point of Interest from Google and so, they can request weather forecasts, local fuel prices, but also flight information.
Moving on, we have the Dynamic Control System that offer the driver the possibility to select preferred driving dynamic mode. They can also change other functions like, for example, climate control settings by using the touch screen. Also in terms of standard equipment, the model comes with climate control, audio with Bluetooth Compatibility and USB port and so on. Under the hood it will hide a 1.6-liter DIG-T engine capable of generating 187 horsepower.
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