Nissan Juke
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2023 Nissan Juke

2023 Nissan Juke
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Fuel Efficiency5.8 / 100km
ANCAP Rating5-star
Warranty5 years
Fuel Efficiency5.8 / 100km
ANCAP Rating5-star
Warranty5 years

About the Nissan Juke

Nissan is currently overhauling the majority of its SUV range and its smallest SUV, the Nissan Juke crossover has received minor changes for the 2023 model year.

The Nissan Juke will continue to be offered in five trim levels – ST, ST+, ST-L, ST-L+, and Ti.

Headlining the updates available across the range are a series of “aerodynamic changes” that first debuted on the Juke Hybrid, which isn’t on the cards for an Australian introduction for now.

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It has headphones in the seats! We review the all-new 2020 Juke!
June 18, 2020

Check out that design! The all-new 2020 Nissan Juke is here and it has headphones built into the front seats! Paul Maric reviews the new small hatch/SUV from Nissan to see if it's any good. But will the seven-speed dual-clutch transmission ruin things? Watch and find out!


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Nissan Juke Range Guide

Which variant of the Nissan Juke range is best for you?

The 2023 Nissan Juke ST comes standard with the following features:

  • 17-inch two-tone alloy wheels (NEW)
  • Temporary spare wheel
  • Pearl Black rear spoiler
  • Automatic LED headlights
  • Auto high-beam
  • LED daytime running lights
  • LED tail lights
  • Heated and auto-folding Pearl Black side mirrors with integrated indicators
  • 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system
  • Front USB port
  • Wired Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
  • 4.2-inch TFT digital instrument cluster
  • Four-speaker sound system
  • Paddle shifters
  • One-touch electric driver’s window
  • Black fabric upholstery
  • Monoform seats
  • Six-way manually-adjustable driver seat
  • Metallic grey centre console
  • Jack-knife key

The ST+ adds:

  • LED fog lights
  • Front parking sensors
  • Single-zone climate control
  • DAB+ digital radio
  • Satellite navigation with live traffic monitoring
  • Heated front seats

The ST-L adds:

  • 19-inch diamond-cut alloy wheels
  • Rear solid disc brakes
  • Pearl Black shark-fin antenna (NEW)
  • Rain-sensing window wipers
  • 7.0-inch digital instrument cluster
  • Six-speed sound system
  • Rear USB port
  • Adaptive cruise control
  • Surround-view camera
  • Ambient interior lighting
  • Auto-dimming rear-view mirror
  • Vanity mirror with illumination
  • Electric parking brake with auto-hold
  • Leather-accented steering wheel and shifter
  • Drive Mode Selector (Sport/Standard/Eco)
  • Intelligent Key with walkaway lock and approach unlock function (NEW)
  • Push-button start
  • One-touch electric front passenger’s window
  • Leather-accented upholstery (NEW)
  • Six-way manual adjustable front passenger seat
  • Driver and passenger seat back pockets
  • Luggage board (NEW)

The ST-L+ adds:

  • 10-speaker Bose premium sound system (NEW)
  • White leather and black cloth upholstery
  • White leather accenting on the dashboard, door trim, front armrest and knee pad

The flagship Ti adds:

  • 19-inch Akari alloy wheels
  • Privacy glass
  • Follow-me-home headlights
  • Illuminated kick plates
  • Tyre-pressure monitoring
  • Quilted black leather upholstery with Alcantara trim
  • Black Alcantara dashboard, knee pad and door panels

The no-cost Energy Orange Interior package adds the following to the Ti:

  • Black and orange-leather accented monoform seats
  • Orange-accented dashboard, knee pad, door trim and front armrest.


Photos and Images of the Nissan Juke Interior

The Juke's cabin give a good impression. It feels solid and robust, both in the materials used, which largely avoid much in the way of cheap and flimsy plastics, and in the general ambience. 

There’s a strong sport-crossover vibe that seems keen to distance itself from typical SUV-isms and it tried hard to feels special and more than a little reminiscent of Nissan’s sports car stock. The design has a certain maturity lacking in, say, the cutesy key rival Toyota Yaris Cross.

All Juke variants get different dash treatments and the conspicuous suede-like Alcantara spread across the dash and door trims does the requisite trick.

The Juke’s take on interior styling is a bit old-school, be it the design of the switches and buttons, the look of the instrumentation or the presentation of the infotainment system. For a model around a year young, it looks and feels a generation older than some other crossovers and SUVs, notably those from Korea.

Of course, whether the pint-sized Nissan feels modern enough or not is a matter of personal taste.

The richness up front is mirrored largely in row two. While many compact-segment offerings go cheap in the rear accommodation, the Juke ensures all passengers feel like they’re travelling in the same class.

It’s also surprisingly roomy, with just enough headroom given the high seat bases, which offer smaller occupants decent enough visibility to the outside world, though the window line is high and glass area is quite small.

It’s a four-adult prospect at a stretch, which is a favourable enough outcome for anything certifiably compact in size. The drub, though, is the lack of rear air vents – the sole USB outlet isn’t much consolation for rear occupants faced with a long journey.


Photos and Images of the Nissan Juke Exterior

These 2023 Juke exterior tweaks include repositioned front tyre spoilers, a re-profiled rear spoiler, and a rear axle cover.

Nissan’s new badging also appears on the updated Juke, while there’s a new hexagonal front grille insert.

There are two new exterior paint options available on the Juke – Ceramic Grey and Magnetic Blue. The latter replaces Vivid Blue in the palette.

Nissan’s new badging also appears on the updated Juke, while there’s a new hexagonal front grille insert.

Nissan Juke Colours

What colours are available for the Nissan Juke?

The 2023 Nissan Juke is available in the following exterior paint colours, depending on the trim level:

  • Arctic White
  • Fuji Sunset Red
  • Ivory Pearl
  • Platinum
  • Ceramic Grey (NEW)
  • Gun Metallic
  • Pearl Black
  • Burgundy
  • Magnetic Blue (NEW)

All colours apart from Arctic White and Fuji Sunset Red cost an additional $700.

Cost of Ownership

What is the running, servicing and ownership costs of buying a Nissan Juke?

The first five services are currently capped at $300, $458, $518, $476, and $325.

Nissan also offers three-, four, and five-year pre-paid service plans costing $1276, $1753, and $2077, respectively.

How it Drives

Our expert take on Nissan Juke drivability?

The entire Nissan Juke range is still powered by a 1.0-litre turbocharged three-cylinder engine producing 84kW of power and 180Nm of torque.

This is mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission as standard.

Nissan Juke Safety Rating

ANCAP Safety Rating Australia

The Nissan Juke has a five-star safety rating from ANCAP based on testing conducted in 2019.

It received an adult protection score of 94 per cent, child occupant protection score of 87 per cent, vulnerable road user protection score of 81 per cent, and safety assist score of 71 per cent.

All 2023 Nissan Juke models come standard with the following safety equipment:

  • Front, front-side and curtain airbags
  • Autonomous emergency braking (AEB)
    • Pedestrian detection
    • Cyclist detection
  • Intelligent Lane Intervention (by braking)
  • Lane-departure warning
  • Blind-spot monitoring
  • Rear cross-traffic alert
  • Intelligent Driver Alert
  • Traffic sign recognition
  • Reversing camera
  • Rear parking sensors

Front parking sensors are standard on the ST+ and above, whereas a surround-view camera and adaptive cruise control and standard on the ST-L and above.

adult occupants
child occupants
pedestrians & cyclists
collision avoidance

Nissan Juke Warranty

What is the warranty period and kilometre limit for the Nissan Juke?

The Nissan Juke is backed by a five-year, unlimited-kilometre warranty with five years of roadside assist.

Servicing is required every 12 months or 20,000km, whichever comes first.

Nissan Juke Infotainment

What infotainment do you get within the range?

The tech, too, isn’t quite daisy fresh, particularly the infotainment system’s navigation map display and the ordinary 360-degree camera feeds, which are grainy and distorted. It all works fine but lacks a bit of forward-thinking flash.

The eight-speaker Bose system (also fitted to the ST-L+) is part of the sweetener to stump up extra coin over the regular ST-L version and, well, it’s fine. We spent a while fiddling with sources and settings and its fairly bassy nature doesn’t really present the sort of clarity and fidelity of properly high-end systems.

Nissan Juke Boot Space

How much luggage or cargo capacity and boot space is there in the Nissan Juke?

The boot, like row two, carves out decent enough space for the limited available real estate, offering a sizeable 422 litres – around twice that of Mazda CX-3 – in what’s more depth than length in luggage space.

It expands to handy 1305L with the rear seatbacks stowed, though you’ll be reaching for the tape measure before those overly ambitious trips to IKEA.

Nissan Juke Fuel Economy

How much fuel does the Nissan Juke use and what are its emissions?

The 2023 Nissan Juke consumes 5.8L/100km on the ADR combined cycle.

All models have a 46-litre fuel tank and runs on 95RON premium unleaded petrol. It features auto stop/start technology too.

The 2023 NISSAN JUKE is Combined (5.8) and E10 Compatible (-).

Nissan Juke Dimensions

The dimensions of the Nissan Juke

The 2023 Nissan Juke measures 4210mm long, up to 1593mm tall, and 1800mm wide, with a 2636mm wheelbase.

The Juke has a maximum braked towing capacity of 1250kg, and a maximum unbraked towing capacity of 648kg.

Depending on the variant, the 2023 NISSAN JUKE measures as below.

VariantSeriesStyleLength (mm)Width (mm)Height (mm)Wheelbase (mm)
STF16 MY23.55D HATCHBACK4210180015772636
ST+F16 MY23.55D HATCHBACK4210180015772636
ST-LFY16 MY23.55D HATCHBACK4210180015932636
ST-L+FY16 MY23.55D HATCHBACK4210180015932636
TiFY16 MY23.55D HATCHBACK4210180015932636
Ti (ENERGY ORANGE)FY16 MY23.55D HATCHBACK4210180015932636

The 2023 NISSAN JUKE has a braked towing capacity of 1250kg and an unbraked towing capacity of 648kg.

Nissan Juke Market Fit

Where does it fit in the competitor segment?

The Nissan Juke is categorised as a SUV LIGHT and has a price range of $28,390 to $36,890. There are currently 6 other options in the SUV LIGHT segment, those that fit within a similar price range include:

Should you buy the Nissan Juke

Is this the right car for you? Our experts buy or not guide.

It turns out the Nissan Juke is an easy compact crossover to like – if you find its nuggety sportiness is the key attraction. If you’re the type to keep the Sport mode activated and drive it regularly with vigour, it fits its mould well.

It packs a great engine and a neat chassis, feels solid and substantial, and certainly arrives with a more mature spin. That said, it’s certainly not the nicest, most resolved or well-rounded small SUV or crossover out there. And it’s far from the last word when it comes to new-school ambience and techy window dressing.

For the goodness that it does bring, we can’t help thinking that saving a few bucks by dropping down to the middle of the range, to the ST-L, is money more shrewdly spent.

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