Nissan Juke SUV - MPG, running costs & CO2
The 1.0-litre petrol returns around 45mpg and a hybrid model is on the cards
The Nissan Juke might be bigger than before but it's actually 23kg lighter than the old model. Along with more advanced engines, this means efficiency has improved. A hybrid model is expected to join the line-up too.
Nissan Juke MPG & CO2
At launch there's a single 1.0-litre DIG-T turbocharged petrol engine on offer with either a six-speed manual or a dual-clutch automatic transmission. Nissan claims it can return up to 47.9mpg, and we actually beat this during our test drive, at least according to the trip computer. CO2 emissions are 135g/km for the manual and 138g/km for the automatic, resulting in a middle-of-the-road bill for company-car drivers. Road tax sits at £150 a year.
Insuring the Juke shouldn't be too costly because the entry-level trim starts in group 13 out of 50. That only increases by a group for the current Premiere Edition range-topper.
Nissan's warranty lasts for three years or 60,000 miles, which is the same as those offered by Volkswagen, SEAT, Skoda and Ford, but disappointing next to the five years of cover offered by Hyundai and Toyota, not to mention Kia's seven-year warranty. It can be extended for an extra cost.
The 1.0-litre petrol Nissan Juke will require servicing every 12,500 miles or annually, whichever comes first. Service plans are offered, providing customers with fixed price servicing that's protected against inflation on parts and labour and helps owners budget for future costs.