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The iconic crossover has revived its distinctive yellow finish while introducing a new trim and an updated interior.
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Nissan Juke Receives Vibrant Upgrade

Nissan Juke Receives Vibrant Upgrade

The iconic crossover has revived its distinctive yellow finish while introducing a new trim and an updated interior.

  • The Nissan Juke remains a best-selling crossover in the UK, loved for its unique style and fun driving experience.
  • The new launch hopes to help the Juke maintain its status in a competitive segment, with production now in place at Nissan’s Sunderland Plant.
  • Upgrades include the return of the yellow paint option seen on the first-generation model. Plus, a more modern interior and the new N-Sport trim.


Nissan recently announced some exciting upgrades to its iconic Juke crossover. A car loved across the nation, the Nissan Juke remains a best-selling model, with 31,745 new registrations alone last year.

The upgrades are intended to help the 2024 Juke keep up with the competition. While continuing to offer motorists a fun, easy drive. Read on for the latest updates.

Welcoming back the yellow finish

New Nissan Juke 2024 side view

The first-generation Juke stood out not least because of its distinctive body style, but also its vibrant yellow finish. With the new Juke, Nissan is bringing back this iconic finish, to ensure it continues to stand out.

Other paint options have also been upgraded, including Pear White and Pearl Black. Refined with more metallic and glass flakes, the colours now offer even more sparkle for a special finishing touch.


Modernised interior

Inside, the new Juke offers the same clean, connected cabin drivers know and love, with some fresh updates.

The central infotainment screen has been enlarged to 12.3” and tilted towards the driver, for improved ergonomics. A personalised home screen allows the driver to tailor their set-up much like on a smartphone, with widgets to keep favourite apps handy.

Improved voice assistance with natural language understanding also provides added convenience. As does the 12.3” combimeter, keeping key driving information such as fuel and performance at eye level.

With wireless charging, smartphone connectivity, and USB charging ports, staying connected is easy.


New N-Sport trim

With a new top-of-the-range trim, the Nissan Juke is more noticeable than ever. The trim features a contrasting black roof and front grille, with yellow decorative accents inside.

These include yellow Alcantara seat inserts, stitching, and yellow dashboard elements. The N Sport trim is sure to brighten up any day!

New Nissan Juke 2024 rear view


Pure and simple powertrains

When it comes to powertrains, there haven’t been many big changes. The new Juke will be available with two options, as with former versions including:

  • 1.0-litre turbo petrol engine (with either a six-speed manual or seven-speed automatic transmission)
  • 1.6-litre petrol hybrid engine (with a 1.2kWh battery and a 36kW electric motor)

New Nissan Juke 2024 hybrid badge


There isn’t a fully electric version of the Nissan Juke since this doesn’t fit with its construction. However, as the model continues to develop, this could be a possibility in the future.

Currently in production at the Nissan Sunderland Plant, the Nissan Juke is expected to make first deliveries later this year. It follows the 1.3 million plus Juke models to have been manufactured at the site since its first launch in 2010.


For more updates on the new Nissan Juke’s arrival, keep an eye on our newsroom where you’ll find more automotive news. In the meantime, why not explore our latest new Nissan deals on offer?

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