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Nissan Juke F16 TI

Nissan Juke F16 TI (2020-2021)

Also referred to as: Nissan Juke F16 TI 2020 and Nissan Juke F16 TI 2022.
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4.5 out of 5 stars
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This was my second time with a Juke, seeing as I already thoroughly tested the ST-L variant. This review covers what the Juke in full, from its boot space, through to what its like the drive.

I was excited to see what Nissan had done to make the new Juke feel ‘top of the range’ with the Ti.

This time it was really about assessing what features you received when you paid $39,490 driveaway for the Ti; a whole $3,000 more than the ST-L.

This Juke Ti is identical to the middle-of-the-range ST-L, except for a few additional standard options.

First, we have these 19” Akari design alloy wheels, which are dual tone and pair nicely with the shadow grey exterior.

There’s also tire pressure monitoring on the Ti, which can be helpful for when you’re out on longer roadtrips.

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On the front there are ‘follow me home’ headlights, which remain on when you leave and lock your car at night, and delay turning completely off.

Inside, there are illuminated ‘Juke’ branded kick plates on the door sill and black gloss plastic highlights on the centre console and door.

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There’s a Black Alcantara dashboard, knee pad, door panels and front armrest, with white piping.

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There are soft pad sun visors, and leather/alcantara seats with JUKE branding embossed on the seats.

The biggest interior change, apart from the Alcantara, is the BOSE audio system integrated not only through the cabin, but on the head rests of the seats. There are designed to look like both front seats are wearing a pair of headphones.

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Worth the audio upgrade? Sure! There’s a definite improvement with the BOSE system over the standard system, seeing as the audio is emanating from the headrests a lot closer to your ears than something you’d be used to before.

The BOSE audio system goes a fair way to uplift the audio quality over your traditional, less desirable speakers found in other smaller compact SUVs.

Overall, it’s the same Juke as the ST-L, but just a bit nicer with these additional features added.

Features

4.3 out of 5.

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This is the range topping Juke. So what do you get when you go top of the range?

  • 19” Akari Alloy Wheels
  • 8-speaker Bose Personal Plus Audio
  • Quilted Leather-accented with Alcantara seat trim
  • Privacy Glass
  • Illuminated ‘Juke’ door sills
  • Tire Pressure Monitoring System
  • 7-speed Dual Clutch Transmission
  • Turbocharged 3-cylinder petrol engine
  • 84kW
  • 180Nm
  • 8-inch colour touch-screen display
  • Bluetooth with hands free phone system
  • Digital Radio (DAB+)
  • Apple CarPlay/Andriod Auto
  • Satellite Navigation with live traffic monitoring
  • BOSE 8-speaker system, with head-rest mounted speakers
  • 5 star ANCAP safety rating
  • Driver and front passenger front impact SRS airbags
  • Driver and front passenger side impact SRS airbags
  • Front to rear SRS curtain airbags
  • 3-point Emergency Locking Retractor front and rear seatbelts
  • Child restraint anchorage (RH/LH isofix + tether and centre tether)
  • Seatbelt reminder (front and rear)
  • Alarm
  • Autonomous Emergency Braking with Pedestrian and Cyclist Detection
  • Forward-Collision Warning
  • Lane Departure Warning
  • Blind Spot Warning
  • Rear Cross Traffic Alert
  • Active Speed Limiter
  • Emergency Stop Signal
  • Traffic Sign Recognition
  • Lane Keep Assist
  • Drive Mode Selector (Eco, Standard, Sport)
  • Paddle Shifters mounted to steering wheel
  • MacPherson strut front suspension
  • Twist beam coil spring rear suspension
  • Front and rear stabiliser bars
  • Rear parking sensors
  • Speed-sensitive variable intermittent windshield wipers
  • 12V power outlets (x1)
  • Cup holders (x2) and bottle holders (x4)
  • One-touch window control (front and rear) with remote operation
  • Tilt and telescopic steering adjustment
  • Seat back pockets (x2)
  • Illuminated mirror visors
  • Satellite navigation with live traffic monitoring
  • Auto air-conditioning
  • Front parking sensors
  • Intelligent Key® with push button engine start
  • Rain-sensing front wipers
  • Intelligent Around View® Monitor with Moving Object Detection
  • Auto-dimming rearview mirror
  • Intelligent Cruise Control
  • 7" Advanced Drive-Assist® Display
  • Automatic LED headlights with High Beam Assist
  • Heated and auto-fold door mirrors
  • LED Fog lights
  • Metallic grey centre console
  • Heated front seats
  • Front centre armrest
  • Leather-accented steering wheel, shift knob and gear shift boot
  • Black chrome headrest finisher
  • Centre console and door trim with ambient lighting
  • Tyre pressure monitoring
  • Privacy Glass
  • Quilted Leather-accented with Alcantara seat trim
  • 19" Akari design alloy wheels

Should you buy one?

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I’d say the answer is yes, if you’re looking for the most exorbitantly luxurious Juke for your money. The extra equipment for $3,000 extra will make you feel like you’re getting a bit more car than you thought you were.

Personally, these small updates, combined with the darker paint, made this Juke feel a lot more premium than my past perceptions had cast on Nissan’s smallest SUV.

However, if you’re not overly impressed with the extra appointments of alcantara, 19 inch Akari wheels or the tire pressure monitoring system, then the ST-L will be more than enough for you.

Alternatively, against key competitors like the Toyota CH-R, Hyundai Venue and the Mazda CX3, you’re in good hands if you go with the Juke. As you have the safety tech, the 360 degree camera, the better audio system and luxury appointments that make this a seriously competitive compact SUV. If you’re looking for a hybrid however, you’ll need to jump into the Toyota

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Compare all 11 Nissan Juke
CategorySmall / Compact SUVs
TransmissionDual-Clutch (DCT)
Drive TypeFront Wheel Drive (FWD)
Fuel TypePetrol
Wheels19" Alloy
Doors 4
Seats 5
Fuel Consumption5.8 L/100km
Fuel Tank Capacity 46 L
Engine3 Cylinder 1.0L
Engine CodeHR10DDT
Max Power 84kW @ 5250rpm
Max Torque180Nm @ 2400rpm
Country of ManufactureUnited Kingdom
Maximum Towing Capacity (braked)1,250 kg
Maximum Towing Capacity (unbraked)648 kg
Manufacturer Warranty5 year(s)
Dimensions
Ground Clearance172 mm
Release dateJan 2020
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