2022 Nissan Juke With a Larger Body Concept
2022 Nissan Juke With a Larger Body Concept – The MK2 Juke, designed at the Nissan London Studio, will be sold in early 2020, a few months after the opening. This will replace the models that have been sold with relatively few changes since 2010.
The undercover test car has shown that the rival design of Renault Captur will evolve the distinctive shape of the current car but remains recognizable. Details such as Nissan’s V-Motion Grill, adapted from Micra, will be brought in, while the back will have a more angular look.
The original Juke was introduced at the Geneva Motor Show 2010 and helped increase the popularity of the supermini SUV. In terms of sales, that class grew tenfold in Europe between 2010 and 2016, and by 2022, it was expected to double the size of the 2016 level from the 1,130,000 unit.
Juke sales have exceeded 100,000 per year in Europe four times to date, and styling from Sunderland – built cars is regarded as an important contributor to it.
The new Juke is likely to be built on an extended version of the CMF Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance platform, as used by the new Renault Clio. It is expected to avoid naturally-attached gasoline engines that have contributed to many sales volumes so far, rather than using a 1.0-liter turbocharged three-cylinder and a 1.3-liter four-cylinder unit used in Qashqai.
A 1.5-liter 109bhp diesel will likely be offered as well, while the four-wheel-drive will be stored for an automatic model higher than the range.
Albaisa will not confirm whether the new Juke will be previewed by a car show, in the same way, that the concept of Qazana displayed in the 2009 Geneva Motor Show was used to test the water for the production car followed.
2022 Nissan Juke Models
Given the genuine risk of Juke style and how well established the model has become, it is likely that Nissan will maximize the impact of the new Juke by keeping it under wraps until the last moment. We hope for 2022 Nissan did not make much change on the Juke, so it is in terms of price.