New Nissan Juke Set For 2017 Arrival With A Hybrid Version And All-New Platform

Posted: Jul 22 2016, 9:55am CDT | by , Updated: Jul 22 2016, 8:54pm CDT, in News | Cars & Vehicles


New Nissan Juke Set for 2017 Arrival with a Hybrid Version and All-New Platform
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  • Nissan Juke to Get Cooler Look

Nissan Juke to have a new power terrain with efficient engines, upgraded technology and a new look.

Nissan Juke has become one of the very famous cars of Nissan in a short period of time. The car became famous due to its style, design and easy handling. It was a modest success in United States however it got pretty famous in the other areas of world.

The company sold over 35,000 units per year. However with the arrival of cars such as Honda HR-V and Mazda CUV in the market, the sales of Juke dropped to around 27,000 units per year. However this number is still pretty much respectable.
According to Auto express (via AutoBlog), Nissan is opting for a few major changes in the new Juke. This Juke is going to have a sporty look that will be too cool for nay one. Along with that one can expect a number of changes in the interior and under the hood as well. It will carry out a larger bumper, squat rear end, and a bulldog like stance thus giving it a cool look.

Along with that, one will be able to find numerous changes in the car’s transmission. We are looking for a partial electric and hybrid mode in the new model. The new platform will make room for new and broader wheel-base in the crossover. We can expect to see a 1.5 liter or a 1.6 liter petrol engine for the car. Along with that we can find a hybrid engine in the car as well. The cross over will carry out a horsepower of 190 bhp.

Fans will be able to see its debut in later half of the year 2017 and the car will go on sale in 2018.

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