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2024 Nissan Juke revealed: Here’s what you need to know

By Ted Welford | February 15, 2024

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Nissan is now back with a mid-life update for the Juke that aims to bring some key improvements. But what’s changed for the new 2024 Nissan Juke? Let’s take a look.

2024 Nissan Juke revealed: Here’s what you need to know

The Nissan Juke has been a hugely successful car since its introduction in 2010. It helped to establish the small crossover class that has continued to grow ever since, with more than 1.3 million Jukes produced at the firm’s factory in Sunderland, alongside the Qashqai.

The current-generation Juke has been on sale since late 2019, and sales have continued to grow since, with 2023 being its best-selling year so far. Given the popularity of the compact crossover class and the vast number of competitors, Nissan is now back with a mid-life update for Juke that aims to bring some key improvements. 

But what’s changed for the new 2024 Nissan Juke? Let’s take a look. 

Improved interior technology

In-car technology was an area where the previous Juke was lagging behind its rivals, but courtesy of a large new 12.3-inch touchscreen borrowed from the Qashqai, it’s been brought right up to scratch. Nissan says the upgraded touchscreen features a ‘more intuitive home screen’, while also being angled slightly towards the driver The voice recognition has also been improved while wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are now available. 

2024 Nissan Juke 

Any Juke in N-Connecta trim or upwards also now comes with a large 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, which features two different display layouts depending on your preference. Speed camera information and live fuel information are also now introduced. 

Yellow returns!

Yellow was one of the standout colours when the first Nissan Juke facelift was introduced in 2014, and it’s now making a return as part of this latest update with an especially bright finish. 

2024 Nissan Juke 

It’s not the only colour, though, as there are revised pearl white and black paints that are each said to offer more ‘sparkle’. A range of new alloy wheel designs are offered across the Juke line-up. 

New N-Sport trim level adds more in the way of style 

The Juke is already good at standing out on its own, but Nissan is taking things up a level with the introduction of a new N-Sport trim level. This model continues the yellow theme, with matching yellow highlights across the top of the instrument panel. It also features yellow Alcantara insets in the seats as well as yellow stitching.

2024 Nissan Juke 

Entry-level Visia and Acenta models are also expected to be removed from the line-up as buyers increasingly choose higher-spec models. 

Greater convenience

Nissan has also worked to improve the convenience for Juke customers, with a new wireless smartphone charging pad that can accommodate even the largest of phones, while those in the rear now benefit from USB-A and USB-C sockets to charge their devices. 

2024 Nissan Juke 

All Juke models are also now equipped with an electric handbrake, while the glovebox is much bigger than the previous model. Other changes include a redesigned armrest that now offers more support. 

Enhanced driver assistance features

Driver assistance features are one of Nissan’s strengths on the Qashqai and X-Trail, and some of this has now trickled down to the Juke too. 

A driver alertness feature comes as standard, while a reversing camera (standard across the range) has been upgraded to provide more clarity. In case of hard braking, the Juke’s brake lights will now flash to warn drivers of vehicles behind too. 

The new Nissan Juke has already entered production, with sales expected to begin in March.

2024 Nissan Juke 

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