It seems every car company in this segment likes to push boundaries with design (though apparently the original Juke was the first to do so) and rather than the safe, family-skewed designs you’ll see on mid-size SUVs, the small SUVs have created their own forward thinking design style.
The Juke is all about looking and feeling different, from those headlights with the Y in the centre to the sleek wide lights that lead into the grille, and the angles on the back of the car, it’s the right mix between different and stylish that gets it the design nod.
Inside is quite good, too. This is the base model so there are no slick finishes and everything is plain but solidly designed. Nissan's upped the ante with circular air vents (kind of) like a Mini’s, flat-bottomed steering wheel (kind of) like an Audi’s and there are not too many fussy buttons to confuse you while driving.
This model has fabric seats that are comfortable and while you won’t find any fancy accompaniments in here it still feels good enough on the road.