You choose your favourite music – why not personalise the way it sounds? You can with Nissan Juke car audio and BOSE® PERSONAL® Sound System. With Integrated BOSE® Headrest Speakers built into the driver's headrest, it's like headphones for your drive. Feel like sharing? Dial up a soundstage that fills the car with sound. Your music has never sounded better.*
AN AMAZING AUDIO EXPERIENCE WITH BOSE® PERSONAL® SOUND SYSTEM
360° PREMIUM SOUND SPACE.
With 6 speakers, including 2 Ultra - Nearfield™ Speakers in the driver’s headrest, a ride in the 2018 Nissan Juke comes with an amazing fully immersive audio experience - it's just another reason to choose 2018 Nissan Juke.
TAILOR IT YOUR WAY.
Personalise your listening experience with Integrated Bose® Headrest Speakers Space™ Control. Via the head unit, choose your preferred level of immersion, from the traditional soundstage of a concert hall to a vivid 360° listening experience.
The compact and cleverly engineered Integrated Bose® Headrest Speakers offer you a premium audio experience.
connect to your world
keeping you in touch
With Nissan Intelligent Mobility, your world, your city and your friends are all connected in the 2018 Nissan Juke.*
Enjoy audio, navigation and communication on a 5.8" anti-glare touch-screen while you're on the road. Make phone calls with Bluetooth hands-free technology, get directions, stream your favourite music, or listen to DAB Digital Radio.*
nissan intelligent mobility - a whole new way to drive
NISSAN INTELLIGENT MOBILITY EMPOWERS YOU WITH TOMORROW'S TECHNOLOGY FOR A MORE CONFIDENT, CONNECTED RIDE.*
You can make room for baggage of all shapes and sizes in the 2018 Nissan Juke. Fold all the rear seats down to maximise the 2018 Nissan Juke boot size or just fold down one rear seat and the front passenger seat to fit in longer items.
The crew wants to stop for lattes. With multiple cupholders in the central console, you've got them covered.
With a glove box just over 5 litres, there is room for all your papers, chargers and other personal items.
Keep your phone in your dedicated holder. It comes complete with a USB socket and a 12 V power socket.
2018 Nissan JUKE safety: advanced technologies
HELPING TO KEEP YOU SAFE ON EVERY DRIVE
What if you had confidence in every part of your drive? Nissan takes a comprehensive approach to 2018 Nissan Juke safety - an approach that guides the engineering and development of every vehicle we make.
SIX STANDARD AIRBAGS
In the event of an impact, you and your passengers are cushioned from secondary collisions by six airbags.*
TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING SYSTEM (TPMS)
Keep the tyres of your compact crossover in optimal condition for performance, economy and safety with the Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS). An alert on your dashboard tells you when a tyre's pressure drops below the recommended level, so you won't waste money on extra fuel as a result of added drag from under-inflated tyres.*
ELECTRONIC STABILITY PROGRAM
Nissan’s Electronic Stability Program (ESP) system helps you stay in control during difficult manoeuvres like a sudden lane change.*
Images shown are for guidance purposes. In some instances photos are of non-UK specification vehicles and do not represent a specific model, grade or offer.
The features shown may not be available, or may be limited to selected grades.
* You should not rely solely on driver convenience features. Some features may not work in all conditions and circumstances. Speed and other limitations apply. Features are dependent on grade. Storage, ESP, TPMS and Airbags – available on all grades. Climate Control, USB and Bluetooth Dynamic Control System – available on Acenta, Bose Personal Edition and Tekna. 5.8” Screen, BOSE Personal Sound System, NissanConnect, Ikey/Start Button, Auto Lights and Wipers – available on Bose Personal Edition and Tekna. AVM, Blind Sport Warning, Moving Object Detection, Lane Departure Warning & Heated Seats – available on Tekna only. For terms and conditions relating to Nissan technologies, please click here.
Drivers should only use the system when it is safe to do so and in compliance with the requirements of The Highway Code. Drivers should be aware of the potential of hands-free technology to distract a driver’s attention from the road, preventing them from having full control of the vehicle.