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Nissan Juke 2021

The 2021 Nissan Juke range of configurations is currently priced from $27,990. Our most recent review of the 2021 Nissan Juke resulted in a score of 7.4 out of 10 for that particular example.

Carsguide Journalist Tom White had this to say at the time: The Juke Ti is a tough one. There is a lot here that I was surprised and charmed by, even having reviewed the Juke before. This is a fun-looking, engaging little car, with a strong personality and surprising practicality.

You can read the full review here.

This is what Tom White liked most about this particular version of the Nissan Juke: Concept-car looks, Surprisingly large inside, Full safety

The Nissan Juke 2021 comes in a SUV and Hatchback and competes with similar models like the Toyota Corolla, Kia Cerato and Mazda 3 in the Under $30k category category.

The 2021 Nissan Juke carries a braked towing capacity of up to 1250 Kg, but check to ensure this applies to the configuration you're considering.

The Nissan Juke is also known as the Infiniti ESQ in markets outside Australia.

Nissan Juke 2021 Price and Specs

The Nissan Juke 2021 is currently available from $27,990 for the Juke ST up to $36,490 for the Juke TI.

Pricing guides

$32,240
Based on Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP)
Lowest Price
$27,990
Highest Price
$36,490
Nissan Juke Model Body Type Specs Price
ST Hatchback 1.0L PULP 7 SP AUTO $27,990
ST+ Hatchback 1.0L PULP 7 SP AUTO $30,740
ST-L Hatchback 1.0L PULP 7 SP AUTO $33,940
ST-L+ Hatchback 1.0L PULP 7 SP AUTO $35,140
ST SUV 1.0L PULP 7 SP AUTO $27,990
ST+ SUV 1.0L PULP 7 SP AUTO $30,740
ST-L SUV 1.0L PULP 7 SP AUTO $33,940
TI SUV 1.0L PULP 7 SP AUTO $36,490
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Nissan Juke 2021 Colours

The Juke is available in seven colours, including white, black, silver, and grey, but also particularly bright shades of red, burgundy, and blue to match its unique and youthful design.

  • Fuji Sunset Red
  • Pearl Black
  • Burgundy
  • Platinum
  • Gun Metalic
  • Ivory Pearl
  • Vivid Blue
To confirm current colour availability, please check the manufacturer's website.

Nissan Juke 2021 Q&As

Check out real-world situations relating to the Nissan Juke here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.

  • Nissan Juke 2019 or Mini Cooper 2018: Which should I buy?

    A: You’re right; every car has its positives and negatives, so try before you buy. Sit in them, drive them, and assess them for your particular needs. There are no hidden nasties in the Juke or Cooper A to worry about. You can negotiate on anything, everything is up for grabs, so have a go and see what you can win.

     

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  • What is the cheapest Nissan?

    The cheapest new Nissan is the Juke ST listed at $23,490. For more info on the latest models, check out our pricing and specs page, and you'll find all Nissan reviews and news here.

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  • Is my Juke a lemon?

    If we had decent consumer laws I reckon you would be in line to get a new car or a refund, but as we don't you face a difficult and stressful time trying to resolve the issues with your car. You need to go to your dealer and lodge a claim for action under the car's warranty. Explain to them your concerns and the stress the car is causing you. If that doesn't elicit a suitable response go directly to Nissan's customer assistance service and register your concerns with them. After that you can go to Consumer Affairs in NSW and request their assistance.

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  • Service interval for Juke

    These days the quickest and easiest solution is to go to the maker's website. Nissan spokesman Peter Fadeyev says: "I can confirm the 2015 Nissan Juke requires scheduled servicing every 12 months or 10,000km, whichever occurs first."

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Nissan Juke 2021 Interior

The Juke’s biggest step forward over its predecessor has been inside, with a palpably larger and roomier body moving beyond the more than just cursory ‘2+2’ space for adults stuck in the back seat.

Entry and egress are now no-longer hindered by narrow door openings and instead are aided by overhead grab handles for all but the driver’s side. There’s ample legroom and shoulder space for larger bodies up front. The driving position is nigh-on perfect for most people, assisted by a lovely three-spoke wheel (with paddle shifts), excellent ventilation and thoughtful placement of most switchgear and controls. Storage options abound, including a massive glovebox. And the old feeling of cheapness has been confined to the dustbin.

Large, clear instrument dials flank a central screen, offering an auxiliary digital speedometer, driving data, and more.

Actually, there’s very little wrong with the rear-seat as well, thanks to equally wide apertures to help get in and out, comfy cushions, bottle holders in all doors, a mobile phone receptacle and well-sited elbow rests. The backrest angle is acceptably angled, headroom is fine, big feet can fit beneath the front seats, and even the centre isn’t purgatory for short trips.

The boot is deep and wide and very usefully shaped, though beware the high loading lip. Cargo area measures in at 422 litres (up from 354L), rising to 1305L with the rear backrests dropped. A space-saver spare lives beneath the flat floor.

Nissan Juke 2021 Boot Space

The Nissan Juke has a boot capacity of 422 litres, which is surprisingly ample given its design. It is one of the largest boot capacities in the small SUV segment, and allows room for a space-saver spare under the boot floor.

Nissan Juke 2021 Boot space Nissan Juke 2021 Boot space

Nissan Juke 2021 Fuel consumption

Fuel consumption for the 2021 Nissan Juke is dependent on the type of engine, transmission, or model chosen. The Nissan Juke currently offers fuel consumption from 5.8 to 5.8L/100km. The Nissan Juke is available with the following fuel type: PULP.

Nissan Juke Model Body Type Specs Fuel Consumption
ST Hatchback 1.0L,PULP,7 SP AUTO 5.8L/100km
ST+ Hatchback 1.0L,PULP,7 SP AUTO 5.8L/100km
ST SUV 1.0L,PULP,7 SP AUTO 5.8L/100km
ST+ SUV 1.0L,PULP,7 SP AUTO 5.8L/100km
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Nissan Juke 2021 Dimensions

Dimensions for the 2021 Nissan Juke are dependent on which body type is chosen. The maximum width and height is 1800mm x 1595mm and can vary on the basis of model.

Dimensions for the Nissan Juke 2021 Dimensions  include 1595mm height, 1800mm width, 4210mm length.
Nissan Juke Model Body Type Height x Width x Length Ground Clearance
ST Hatchback 1595x1800x4210 mm 172 mm
ST+ Hatchback 1595x1800x4210 mm 172 mm
ST-L Hatchback 1595x1800x4210 mm 172 mm
ST-L+ Hatchback 1595x1800x4210 mm 172 mm
ST SUV 1595x1800x4210 mm 172 mm
ST+ SUV 1595x1800x4210 mm 172 mm
ST-L SUV 1595x1800x4210 mm 172 mm
TI SUV 1595x1800x4210 mm 172 mm
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Nissan Juke 2021 Accessories

The Juke ST+ includes AEB with pedestrian and cyclist detection, lane-departure warning and lane-keep assist, forward collision warning, rear cross-traffic alert, blind-spot warning, traffic-sign recognition, hill-start assist, a reversing camera and front and rear parking sensors.

You'll also find an 8.0-inch touchscreen offering voice recognition, Apple CarPlay/Android Auto connectivity, sat-nav, CD player, paddle-shifters, climate control air-con, heated front seats, LED fog lights, cruise control with speed limiter, a part-digital instrumentation display, electric folding mirrors and 17-inch alloy wheels, but no wireless smartphone charger.

Nissan Juke 2021 Seats

All the Juke's outboard seating rates highly, with a fair amount of cushion thigh support and enveloping backrests up front.

Rear-seat knee space and legroom aren't great, but there's ample headroom while passengers can slot their feet beneath the front seat.

The ST+ does not have a centre-fold armrest, but a small transmission tunnel means that a third adult can squeeze in the middle for short distances without too much discomfort.

While there are bootle holders in the doors, there's nowhere to store a cup unless you stretch forward to use the ones in the centre console beside the front-seat occupants.

There are no rear centre air vents.

Nissan Juke 2021 Wheel size

Wheel size for the 2021 Nissan Juke will vary depending on model chosen, although keep in mind that many manufacturers offer alternate wheel sizes as options on many models.The wheel size available will alter the range of tyres available to be fitted.

Nissan Juke Model Body Type Front Tyre Size Front Rim Rear Tyre Size Rear Rim
ST Hatchback P215x60 R17 P215x60 R17
ST+ Hatchback P215x60 R17 P215x60 R17
ST-L Hatchback P225x45 R19 P225x45 R19
ST-L+ Hatchback P225x45 R19 P225x45 R19
ST SUV P215x60 R17 P215x60 R17
ST+ SUV P215x60 R17 P215x60 R17
ST-L SUV P225x45 R19 P225x45 R19
TI SUV P225x45 R19 P225x45 R19
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Nissan Juke 2021 Towing capacity

The Nissan Juke has maximum towing capacity of 1250kg. Some models also offer heavy-duty or towing option packs which can increase towing capacity, as well as options which can hamper towing capacity. Towing capacities can vary wildly on a large number of factors. These include engine, transmission, model, and options chosen. Always check with the manufacturer or in your vehicles handbook before attempting to tow anything.

Nissan Juke Model Body Type Specs Braked Capacity
ST Hatchback 1.0L,PULP,7 SP AUTO 1250kg
ST+ Hatchback 1.0L,PULP,7 SP AUTO 1250kg
ST-L Hatchback 1.0L,PULP,7 SP AUTO 1250kg
ST-L+ Hatchback 1.0L,PULP,7 SP AUTO 1250kg
ST SUV 1.0L,PULP,7 SP AUTO 1250kg
ST+ SUV 1.0L,PULP,7 SP AUTO 1250kg
ST-L SUV 1.0L,PULP,7 SP AUTO 1250kg
TI SUV 1.0L,PULP,7 SP AUTO 1250kg
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Nissan Juke 2021 Speed

Nissan Australia does not supply performance figures, but the UK-market Juke with the same DCT gearbox can hit 100km/h in 11.1 seconds, on the way to a 180km/h top-speed.