Buying A Used Nissan Juke

The Juke is a crossover car with the great ride of a supermini or hot hatch, but with the additional benefits of a more spacious SUV. The car has proven a big success for Nissan and not only does this mean that more options are now available but it also means that a used Nissan Juke will have retained much of its value when compared to the price it cost brand new.


The brand new Juke is far from expensive costing around £14,000 for what may be considered the entry level model but is better equipped than most. The cheapest option has some great features like air conditioning and alloy wheels so you don’t have to pay extra for these and, if you’re buying a used Juke, then you should expect to see these on any model that you choose.


Interior space is certainly not limited in the Juke. You may not fit a family of 7 in but small families will relish the additional space that is offered when compared to most small family cars. Extra head room and an increased ride height not only make it more comfortable but they also make it easier to drive and add to the parking convenience that a compact car has to offer.


There is plenty of boot room including a unique compartment under the boot floor. This can be used to securely store items you don’t want others to see or to give something a more permanent home in your car. It also means that you can keep some stuff out of the way while you fill the boot with pushchairs, shopping, and whatever else you might need to cram in there.


You may be surprised by the drive that the Juke offers. It is akin to driving a supermini, or even a go-kart, thanks to stiff suspension and a nippy engine for a car of this size. The meatier 1.6 litre turbo petrol engine will actually deliver 188bhp and get you from 0 to 62 mph in 8 seconds. The other 1.6 litre petrol and 1.5 litre diesel engines are far from being sluggish either.


Visit for more details on a used Nissan Juke and to find details of deals on new models too. They are inexpensive and finance can be arranged to help spread the cost of the purchase.