You are here
The Top Gear car review:Nissan Juke
For:It's different, decent to drive, SUV-style seating position
Against:Not for everyone, practicality still compromised
What is it?
Yes indeed, what is it? At launch we were tempted to say ‘not much’. The Nissan Juke is an urban poseur of a crossover, small-ish but not so small as to be truly urban-oriented, and it’s tall and beefy-looking to provide that hallowed element of SUV bling, without really having any off-road ability.
Today though, it’s selling extrememly well – a regular entrant in the top 10 charts – so it looks as if Nissan has hit the sweet spot with it. It’s been enhanced over the years with a facelift and progressively more focused Nismo version, while remaining decent value for a step-up supermini that’s a bit different.
The fastest1.6 DiG-T Nismo RS 5dr
The cheapest1.6 Visia 5dr
The greenest1.5 dCi Tekna 5dr [Bose/Exterior Pack]