- F15 Ti-S Auto (2013-2019)
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Advised by Nissan that the Unit will not work with new Android phones after buying the car. The Nissan Connect app is discontinued also but they don't tell you when purchasing the car. The Nissan app has not been updated for android since 2017 and cannot be used on new phones.
None of the Android Bluetooth features work properly and Nissans response is that it only supports phones made on or before 2017 even though the car is made in 2020.
Purchased in May 2020 at Suttons for $31,000.00.
Not as good as I thought.
I was one of first to buy one, handles really well in sport mode, not so much in economy. Good fuel economy. Didn't have to spend much on mechanical running costs at all until I got to 120k. Now all of a sudden things are going wrong. At 3 years old I had to have the front and rear crank case gaskets replaced at a cost of over $2,500 and now 1 year later the air con condenser has blown up that is going to cost another $1000. And of course conveniently warranty has run out. Cannot wait to get rid of this thing. Things like this should not be happening to car that is 4 years old.
Handles well quite comfortable. The look is distinctive, and the price is good. I like the juke and i don't care abut cars at all. Its runs well and i do a lot of driving. The interior is quality, has different driving setting, eco normal and sport. there is a definite difference with these sport is more more responsive and eco saves you money on the free way.
Want a nice comfortable inexpensive car,. Have a look
Purchased in December 2014.
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Very good car. Have not got any problem with it. Good quality.
The driving experience with the car is enjoyable.
Some tiny issues with the GPS navigation as sometimes it says route calculation failed. Apart from that, overall, it is a good quality car.
The running cost is OK. Currently the petrol consumption per 100km is around 8.3 and the service fee is around $300.
Great car but gps cannot be updated on 2013 - 2015 models
Great, sporty car but really don,t appreciate having to stick a $100 tom tom on the dash. I think that when you pay quite a few extra dollars for this type of system then the manufacturer should have one that could be updated. Have replied to quite a few Nissan surveys highlighting this design fault but have yet to receive a response.s
January 5th 2018 Update: Don't top up the radiator
Should you need to top up the radiator only use water. I topped mine up using a radiator inhibitor, when I had my next service I was told what I had done was incorrect and an inhibitor contaminates the cooling system. I was charged over $300 to have the system flushed. Wouldn’t, have bothered but the vehicle is still under warranty.
Great little car
Love the interior. Got white with red accents and love ever aspect of it. I'm 6 foot and can sit comfortably in the back seat. All the fine details make this car fantastic. Display very user friendly. Only downside so far is the reversing camera which can be a little hard to judge. Overall would recommend this car to anyone.
Never buy a Nissan juke
Biggest mistake to buy a Nissan Juke!! Brought this BRAND NEW car in October 2015 from Bayside Automotive and have had issues from day one.
First: After a week of having the car the Engine light came on. Took the car into Nissan which they keep my car for a few days to fix the issues which was a faulty Fuse
Car broke down RACV had to come out battery was loose as Nissan didn’t tighten properly after having it
Second: Took the car in as the car radio was very faulty and the buttons on the steering wheel and control panel didn't work. I was to...
Love! But a couple niggly problems
After doing ALOT of research, I chose this model as it fast quick off the mark without having the 'bulk' of a regular SUV.
A lovely smooth drive with the option to change driving modes (Eco, normal & sports)
Lots of room inside, a large male can easily sit in the back seat without having his knees up near his ears!
The leather seats are lovely to look at but uncomfortable during long drives.
As I’ve now had the Juke for a couple of year, a few pieces of plastic moulding have begun to fall off.
Purchased in August 2016.
Questions & Answers
We are due to have a baby next month and whilst i was looking to replace my Juke with a larger suv, Skoda have pulled my order from the production line unexpectedly!!!
So... we are now needing advice for a car seat that will fit! And maybe a pram that will fold up small enough for the boot!!
Any thoughts or tips are greatly appreciated!!!!
Hey! Congrats and sorry about Skoda pulling your order!
With a capsule in the back, the passenger seat had to be really far forward. My hubby couldn’t fit his legs in the passenger seat with the capsule (bonus because he always drove but you’ll be pretty squashed)!
I had an iCandy pram, which would fit if I took the wheels off. We ended upgrading to a city select and that fit better because it could stand upright (still with wheels off). But don’t expect to fit anything else in the boot with the pram there!
We made it work for 3 years but had to upgrade when we had another child. It was uncomfortable but I’m sure you’ll make it work somehow.
All the best!
Thanks so much!
We were avoiding a capsule and going to use a 0-4yrs car seat with an insert...
Ive heard britax graphene maybe? What did end up using once bub was out of the capsule?
Hi I am looking at buying a 2016 Nissan Juke Ti-S N sport model. There's no safety rating. would like to get some feed back from someone who's got it? Vas
Hi Vas, answering your question on Nissan Jukes. I purchased a 2013, ex demo with 100k's on the clock in 2015. Cost about $34k new, cost me $26k. Maybe you should think of a demo model. The one I have is a TS-I and it exceeds all my expectations. I feel very comfortable (seats are great) and most secure. It goes like a bat out of hell and can stop on a sixpence. Turning circle good, body build good, consumption good, Hey everything is good.
I'm thinking of buying a 2014/2015 Nissan Juke 2nd hand. It has the base 1.6 l motor and no turbo. Anyone got one? Is there enough power for a good day to day car and the odd trip up the coast? I would be interested in any feedback. Thanks.
Would definitely suggest you buy, however I have the turbo model and it's really very good. Be careful with any radiator top up. I did this using a recognised fluid . The dealer said this was a no no. As it was some kind of magic liquid that had to be used. (Must have had gold dust in it). I was charged $300 to flush and recharge the system.
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|Category||Small / Compact SUVs||Small / Compact SUVs||Small / Compact SUVs||Small / Compact SUVs|
|Transmission||Dual-Clutch (DCT)||Dual-Clutch (DCT)||Dual-Clutch (DCT)||Dual-Clutch (DCT)|
|Drive Type||Front Wheel Drive (FWD)||Front Wheel Drive (FWD)||Front Wheel Drive (FWD)||Front Wheel Drive (FWD)|
|Wheels||17" Alloy||17" Alloy||19" Alloy||19" Alloy|
|Fuel Consumption||5.8 L/100km||5.8 L/100km||5.8 L/100km||5.8 L/100km|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||46 L||46 L||46 L||46 L|
|Engine||3 Cylinder 1.0L||3 Cylinder 1.0L||3 Cylinder 1.0L||3 Cylinder 1.0L|
|Max Power||84kW @ 5250rpm||84kW @ 5250rpm||84kW @ 5250rpm||84kW @ 5250rpm|
|Max Torque||180Nm @ 2400rpm||180Nm @ 2400rpm||180Nm @ 2400rpm||180Nm @ 2400rpm|
|Country of Manufacture||United Kingdom||United Kingdom||United Kingdom||United Kingdom|
|Maximum Towing Capacity (braked)||1,250 kg||1,250 kg||1,250 kg||1,250 kg|
|Maximum Towing Capacity (unbraked)||648 kg||648 kg||648 kg||648 kg|
|Manufacturer Warranty||5 year(s)||5 year(s)||5 year(s)||5 year(s)|
|Ground Clearance||172 mm||172 mm||172 mm||172 mm|
|Release date||Jan 2020||Jan 2020||Jan 2020||Jan 2020|
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