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History of Nissan juke

Nissan first launched the Juke in 2010 as a mini SUV to add to its lineup. Japanese sales began in June 2010, with European sales starting around September of the same year. Sales of the Juke exceeded expectations, with a 30,000 order taken within Europe alone by the beginning of October 2010. Nissan released a revamped vehicle for the 2015 model year, with a host of new customisation options available. Nissan announced that the Juke would be produced at the Nissan Motor Manufacturing plant in Washington, Tyne and Wear, UK. The quirky looks of the Nissan Juke have become a regular fixture on roads across the world since its launch in 2010, with the Japanese manufacturer carving out a path for itself within the mini crossover SUV market. Designed to appeal to those looking for a fun alternative to traditional superminis like the Ford Fiesta and the VW Polo, the Juke has been very well received, with a number of engines, features and trim levels available.

Nissan Juke (2010 - Present)

The first production model of the Nissan Juke made its debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2010, before being introduced to America at the New York International Auto Show in the same year. The Juke was designed at Nissan Design Europe in London, with final refinements made at Nissan''s Design Centre in Japan. The model is based on the Nissan B platform, and serves as the base for many other Juke models. The design of the Juke centres around prominent wheel arches, with a high waistline in contrast to the slim side windows. This was seen as Nissan''s take on the popular ''coke bottle styling'' of the 1960s and 1970s.

The car allows for the seating for five people overall, with the rear seats having the ability to split and fold separately to increase the somewhat limited cargo area. The Juke collection is made up of five different models: Visia, Acenta, Acenta Premium, the top of the range Tekna model and the sporty Nismo RS. The range-topping Tekna and Nismo RS are the only cars given Nissan''s safety shield technology as standard, which boasts 360-degree exterior cameras, lane departure warnings and blind spot assist.

Nissan refreshed the Juke range in 2014, bringing the overall design up to date with the addition of more equipment. They also tried to boost practicality; something that was lacking on the pre-facelift models. Auto Express says the Juke makes a popular choice for those looking for a fashion-led compact crossover, thanks to its quirky looks on the road. The facelift didn''t change much when it came to the quirky exterior of the car, aside from slight bumper modifications and a reshaping of the rear end - intended to help create larger boot capacity, increasing the space by 40% on front wheel drive models.

Many reviews of the Nissan Juke have been largely positive, with the unconventional styling not putting people off - something many had feared would happen. Often the main downside for the Japanese car was the lack of interior space, often being criticised for its claustrophobic interior and lack of head and legroom. Fortunately, under the bonnet Nissan shares a number of reliable engines with French manufacturer Renault, although the Japanese manufacturer doesn''t rank particularly well when it comes to the build quality of its vehicles. The Juke is one of the safest cars around, with a five-star Euro NCAP safety rating and a number of impressive safety boosting kit, including ESP, ABS and six-airbags as standard.