Unveiled at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show, the Nissan Juke was launched to the UK market in September 2010. In the UK the Juke comes in four trim levels: Visia, Acenta N-Connecta and Tekna.
Nissan launched the new Juke Nismo at the Paris auto show, featuring a 215bhp 1.6 litre direct injection turbo engine. Suspension tweaks, 19 inch alloys, new front bumper styling and LED daytime running lights adorn the exterior. Whilst the interior gets sports seats and suede trimmed gear lever and steering wheel. Available in two or four wheel drive.
Nissan has introduced a special version of the Juke with 17 inch white alloys, white door handles, white mirror caps and Ministry of Sound badging.
Available with any engine in the current line up the interior has a white centre console, door trims, white stitching on leather seats and steering wheel.
You also get an engraved 8GB Apple iPod Touch and cradle, Ministry of Sound headphones and an iPod case.
Nissan have also introduced the £200 stop-start option for this version on manual cars with the 1.6 petrol engine.
Nissan has identified that the fuel rail pressure sensor of some vehicles may have not been correctly tightened to the fuel rail of the engine and may loosen gradually due to heat and vibration of the engine. If left undetected and the vehicle continues to be driven in this condition, in extreme cases, fuel leakage may occur.
The Turbocharger boost sensor bracket may separate from the air inlet tube. This means the boost pressure may be measured incorrectly and the engine warning lamp may be illuminated. During low-speed driving this could cause the engine to stall and not restart
It is possible that the vehicles brake fluid maybe contaminated with mineral oil. This can cause the seals within the system to swell and affect their sealing properties. This may require drivers to apply additional force to the foot brake and could increase stopping distances.
Recall affected vehicles to have the system flushed and replenished with clean fluid.