Nissan has recently introduced a new Design Edition for the Juke and for the Qashqai in France.
The newest addition to the Nissan range is a new special edition for the Juke and for its larger brother, the Qashqai, which has been called the Design Edition. The two models are only available in France and they have been based on the Acenta trim level. The Nissan Juke Design Edition is bringing the red accents on the outside and in the cabin, which include the red inserts on the front bumper, the red contours for the headlights or the red mirror caps. The interior has the same theme on the gear knob, on the air vents, on the door inserts and stitching. The sport fabric upholstery has been added, along with the black headliner.
The Juke Design Edition has an Arctic White paint, 17-inch alloy wheels, cruise control, automatic climate control, Bluetooth, tinted rear windows and the engine options include the DIG-T 115 and the 1.6L 117 petrols, connected to the Xtronic CVT, along with the dCi 110 diesel. Prices for this model start at 16,990 euros. The Nissan Qashqai Design Edition is also based on the Acenta trim but it is lacking the red accents. This has received front and rear parking sensors, automatic climate control, light and rain sensors and the 17-inch alloy wheels. A panoramic glass roof is also offered, along with the tinted rear windows and the roof bars. The engine lineup includes the DIG-T 115 petrol with a 6-speed manual / Xtronic and the dCi 110 with a 6-speed manual. Prices for it start from 21,490 EUR.