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Nissan Juke 2019 pricing and specs confirmed

Nissan has given a slight nudge to its Juke small SUV range, as the high-performance Nismo variant nears a local launch.

Nissan Australia has given its Juke small SUV range another mid-life update, with a tweaked exterior design and upgraded equipment, just weeks before it outs its high-performance Nismo RS variant.

While exact specifications for the forthcoming range-topper have yet to be revealed, we now know that the car will be available from $37,790 plus on-road costs for the front-wheel-drive manual version, and $41,490 for the top-spec all-wheel-drive automatic unit.

On the standard Juke, Nissan has made subtle changes to the outside include updated LED fog lamps, a restyled grille, and a smoked finish for the headlights, tail-lights and indicators.

Pricing wise, the Juke still kicks off at $23,490 in ST guise, which is exclusively powered by an 85kW/190Nm 1.2-litre four-cylinder turbo petrol engine, matched with a six-speed manual gearbox.

On the standard Juke, Nissan has made subtle changes to the outside. On the standard Juke, Nissan has made subtle changes to the outside.

Nissan has now deleted the 86kW/158Nm 1.6-litre naturally-aspirated grade from the line-up, leaving only the two Ti-S grades and the Nismo RS to complete the range.

The Ti-S is priced at $30,140 in two-wheel-drive manual guise, and $33,840 with a continuously variable transmission and all-wheel-drive system – a lift of $350 over the outgoing versions.

Powering the Ti-S is a 1.6-litre twin-turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine, which delivers 140kW and 250Nm.

The Ti-S is priced at $30,140 in two-wheel-drive manual guise, and $33,840 with a continuously variable transmission and all-wheel-drive system. The Ti-S is priced at $30,140 in two-wheel-drive manual guise, and $33,840 with a continuously variable transmission and all-wheel-drive system.

The Ti-S is also now available with three 'myJuke' option packages, which give access to new exterior and interior colour schemes including Power Blue, Energy Orange and Tokyo Glossy Black.

Standard gear on the new Juke includes automatic halogen headlights, LED daytime running lights, driver modes, premium cloth seats, leather-accented interior features and Bluetooth and USB connectivity.

Stepping up to the Ti-S gains customers 18-inch gloss-black alloys, automatic folding side mirrors, heated front seats and push-button start.

The higher-spec Juke gains a 5.8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with sat-nav and digital radio. The higher-spec Juke gains a 5.8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with sat-nav and digital radio.

Furthermore, the higher-spec Juke gains a 5.8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with sat-nav and digital radio, and safety is increased with lane departure warning, blind-spot warning and a surround-view monitor.

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