NISSAN Juke 1.5 dCi [2010]

  • Used model
  • Diesel, Crossover
  • 1461cc (1.5 litre), Manual 6-speed, door
CO2
134 g/km
MPG
55 mpg
NGC Rating
41

NISSAN Juke review

NGC verdict 16.08.2010

Motorists want more fun and emotion from their cars, says Nissan. Nissan was proved correct with its Qashqai ‘crossover.' Some 80% of buyers have never bought Nissans before. And with strong advance orders for its smaller brother, the Juke, also being built in Sunderland, this SUV blended with sports coupe looks set to be another winner. Despite the avant-garde styling the technology is proven stuff and so should leave Nissan's reputation for reliability unsullied. It's not a bad drive, petrol models are more pleasant than diesel. Second hand values should be good.

Review by Russell Bray for WhatGreenCar.com


PERFORMANCE

Compared to the most potent 134mph, 187bhp 1.6 litre turbo-petrol; the 1461cc, four-cylinder 108bhp turbo-diesel was rough and noisy and hampered by a notchy six-speed manual gearbox. Diesel version achieves 0-62mph in 11.2 seconds and has a 110mph top speed. Co2 rating is 134g/km. Normally aspirated 115bhp petrol engine is expected to be the best seller with near identical 0-62mph and top speed. All-wheel drive, as opposed to front-drive only, available with (CVT) continuously variable automatic transmission.

Review by Russell Bray

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Fuel
Economy

Official MPG
55 mpg
5.1 litres/100km
Real MPG
45 mpg
6.2 litres/100km
Fuel cost
12.1 p/mile
Fuel price
121 p/litre

Vehicle
Emissions

Official CO2
134 g/km
Tailpipe only
Euro Std
5 euro
NOx:114 mg/km
PM:0 mg/km
NGC Ratings
52GHG
AQ23
0 least polluting

Vehicle
Taxation

First Year
£130 17/18
Band E
12 Month Rate
Standard
£135 17/18
Band E
12 Month Rate
BIK rate
28% 17/18
30% (18/19)
33% (19/)

NISSAN Juke 1.5 dCi [2010] key information

  • Practicality
    door, seats
  • Engine Size
    1461cc (1.5 litre)
  • Transmission
    Manual 6-speed
  • Engine Power
    HP / PS
  • Acceleration 0-60
    seconds
  • Top Speed
    0 mph / 0 kph
  • NCAP Safety Rating
  • Congestion Charge
    No Discount

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