Nissan has officially introduced the updated version of the Juke in Australia where the model in question is coming in from 23, 490 AUD.
The 2015 Nissan Juke is now available for order in Australia too, where the cheapest version of the models costs 23, 490 AUD. For the money you will get the entry-level ST variant, powered by a 1.2 liter four-cylinder turbo engine, rated at 85 kW and 190 Nm of torque, connected to a 6-speed manual transmission only. For the 1.6 liter aspirated four-cylinder unit, with 86 kW and 158 Nm, there is a CVT available and both models are front-wheel drive only.
The revised CVT and the AWD is available for the Ti-S, which is also coming with a 6-speed manual and FWD, both versions getting the 140 kW and 240 Nm 1.6 liter four-cylinder engine under their hoods. For the 1.6 ST CVT, you will have to pay 24,490 AUD while the Ti-S 1.6T manual costs 29,790 AUD. The range topping Ti-S 1.6T CVT has been priced from 33,490 AUD.
The updated Nissan Juke has a revised appearance with new headlights with incorporated LED DRLs, xenon lights for the top-spec, a different front grille, new side mirrors with integrated LED turn signals, LED taillights, revised color options and so on. Some of the goodies found on it include the Bluetooth phone and audio streaming for all grades, the Ti-S’ sat-nav with Google online search, the 5.8-inch color touch screen and so on. The 2015 Juke is currently available for order in the Pacific country.