2015 Nissan Juke Acenta Premium 1.2L 3 cylinder petrol turbo 115bhp from UK and Ireland
Early days and impressed
Nothing yet - I have just taken delivery of a Juke. Very impressed.
Fit and finish appears a bit light weight, so comments on durability will follow. It's not BMW quality, but I didn't pay BMW money - nor was my previous Ford that good for that matter!
The small engine impresses with its urge off the line, and I am taking it easy, so it will possibly feel even better as things go on. Taking it easy has resulted in an average MPG of 44 so far - see if that keeps up.
Gadget count is high and easy to use - nav/Bluetooth/DAB/reversing camera and so on. All touch screen and a doddle to use.
Rear space is a bit pokey, but I knew that anyway - the split boot floor means the boot is large enough to cope nowadays.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 15th March, 2015
18th Mar 2015, 21:27
OP here - 5 days in and today the nav/radio/bluetooth wouldn't come on. I think it's a noted problem on here -- hope not.
28th Mar 2015, 22:42
I seem to have got to the bottom of the infotainment issue, in that I think it can just take its time to boot up on the odd morning. If it doesn't come on straight away, it does after a couple of minutes - like most computer style things, this period feels like an age when it clearly isn't, but so far so good.
Oh, and take out the false floor in the boot and it's massive!!! Hope I never rue the fact that the extra space is freed up by the absence of a spare wheel LOL!! I think the fuel tank has reduced capacity to free up space too.