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Review New Nissan Juke 2017

NEW NISSAN JUKE 2017 Launched in 2011, Nissan Juke has been since the first months of selling one of the most successful models of the Japanese. A compact crossover with a modern design and authentic than the bold and unmistakable lines has made one of its real strengths to win female customers and more 'young. With these characteristics in mind, the Nissan engineers are working to design the new Nissan Juke, expected on the market by 2017.

The new Nissan Juke 2017 may already be presented to the press at the upcoming Frankfurt Motor Show, and in all likelihood will feature a body style even sportier, strongly inspired by the concept car Nissan Gripz exposed during the recent international auto shows.

The new Nissan Juke 2017 Juke will include headlights LED arrow-shaped front grille and a V-shaped prototype Gripz Compared with the production version of the Nissan Juke 2017 will have a side profile will be much more cautious and less downward pavilion, to ensure good skills also to the occupants on the rear seats. Inside we will find redesigned interior and the most advanced technologies to ensure maximum connectivity and security on the road.

In addition to its sleek design and clean, the mechanics of the new Nissan Juke 2017 will be radically improved compared to the current model. To begin with, the new compact Nissan crossover will be offered for the first time even in hybrid version plug-in, push from the electric motor of the Nissan LEAF combined with a small gasoline engine that acts as a generator to recharge the batteries.

In Europe, the new Nissan Juke 2017 range also includes a selection of petrol and diesel four-cylinder engine of the latest generation, some inherited from the range of Nissan Qashqai and Renault Captur, with a top of the range 1.6-liter turbo petrol well 217 hp and 260 Nm of torque. The quieter versions of the new Nissan Juke 2017 could be fitted to petrol engines of 0.9 and 1.2 Tce displacement and updated versions of the 1.5 and 1.6 dCi diesel. The prices of the new Nissan Juke will be slightly higher than the model currently on sale.
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