Nissan Juke Gets a Slight Design Upgrade

Martin Aguilar

The Nissan Juke is arguably a quirky car that you couldn’t miss out when it’s on the open road. With that in mind, the Japanese automaker has given the Juke a slight design upgrade to make it even more of a standout crossover.

The exterior of the Euro-spec Juke is relatively the same but, if you look closely, you’ll see a couple of new things in this vehicle. It now comes with a dark chrome V-motion grille as well as blacked-out headlights and dark turn indicators on the side mirrors. It seems that the Juke had a sudden love affair with the dark side. Moreover, Nissan says the Juke now comes with LED fog lamps. Nissan’s crossover features a new set of 16-inch alloy wheels while there’s also an optional 18-inch alloy wheels. This crossover is also available with two new exterior colors–Vivid Blue and Chestnut Bronze.

Audiophiles would be glad to know that Nissan has equipped the Juke with Bose Personal Audio. Nissan says this sound system delivers an “immersive 360-degree listening experience” through Bose digital signal processing and six speakers. It is integrated with Bose ‘UltraNearfield’ speakers, built into the driver’s seat headrest.

The interior of the Juke also gets a design update that includes two new cabin colors, Energy Orange and Power Blue. As seen on the photo above, the Power Blue accent makes the Juke look young and hip. We also can’t help but think that the Power Blue matches CARMUDI’s official colors. On the other hand, Nissan Europe is also offering glossy black interior additions.

There is no word yet if Nissan Philippines would offer the upgraded Juke anytime soon. Could we be seeing this upgraded Juke at the seventh Philippines International Motor Show? We’ll have to wait and see.

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