The second series of the small crossover, expected in the course of 2019, will change radically and will be more spacious and cared for.
On sale since 2010, the small crossover Nissan Juke is now dated compared to the fierce competition. The rivals are more modern and technological, starting from the recent Hyundai Kona and Seat Arona, so for the Japanese company, it’s time to launch the successor of this successful crossover, which still sells around 100,000 units a year.
According to the advances collected by the Auto Express website, the second generation of the Nissan Juke should be presented by the end of 2019. The style should resume some of the elements of the current generation so that the new model is recognizable as a Juke: so we could find the headlights high in the front, some angles of the body panels or the boomerang lights.
2020 Nissan Juke Interior
Many new features are expected inside and below the bodywork of the Nissan Juke 2020, because the Japanese house will fill two of the weaknesses of the first generation: the poor quality of the materials and the lack of space on board. The 2020 Nissan Juke should have higher quality fabrics and plastics in the console soft touch, plus a larger screen for the multimedia system (with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay features, now absent), while the new floor will allow technicians to stretch the wheelbase and offer more centimeters for passengers.
The new Nissan Juke should adopt the new CMF-B Platform of the Renault Nissan Mitsubishi alliance, which will be used for all the new small and compact models of the group, such as the new Renault Clio.
Nissan Juke Hybrid?
Among the particular features of the CMF-B platform is the possibility of hosting a hybrid system, which could be the same as expected for the Clio E-Tech. The engine range of the 2020 Nissan Juke should also consist of the new 3-cylinder 1.0 and 4-cylinder 1.6, both petrol, and most likely from the diesel 1.5, although it is not excluded that it is eliminated in favor of the hybrid.