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NISSAN JUKE Hatchback SAVE 20% 1.6 Visia 5dr - £10,593.00 @ New Car Discount

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I thought this is a good price at £10.593 for cash or £11.406 on 3 years finance with £1000 deposit. What do you think guys?! Read More
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I thought this is a good price at £10.593 for cash or £11.406 on 3 years finance with £1000 deposit.
What do you think guys?!
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23 Likes
Great price if you want ugly car...
6 Likes
Fuel isn't great, around 35-40mpg depending on how you drive it, the boot is tiny, so is the tank, so on long journeys you'll be filling up all the time, around £40-45 a tank. However that's the negatives out of the way, it is very easy to drive, great seating position, easy parking, comes with loads of tech above its price point, comfortable and robust.

The looks are marmite.

One thing to add the new model has a new engine and it's a lot more fuel efficient, I've no idea on the tank or boot but they look the same, that said I believe the boot may have more space this time round, but still not enough to make a difference.

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#1
Just bought 10 at that price (£10.59)
#2
Hot hot hot
#3
Lol.... you may need to edit the price in the title. Bring on the "Nissan Juke....... you mean Nissan Joke" comments.
#4
And as if by magic the price has changed. lol :-)
23 Likes #5
Great price if you want ugly car...
#6
This now changed sorry typing mistake
#7
Epic price!
banned#8
Got one.....great car......does everything we need...
#9
Ugly but still a bargin.
#10
What's the fuel consumption like on these?
#11
emiratesstadium
What's the fuel consumption like on these?

9l/100km for petrol ones. oO
#12
Small inside though and if it drives anything like the Qashqai then the steering will be vague and the engine gutless.
#13
Rimi
emiratesstadium
What's the fuel consumption like on these?

9l/100km for petrol ones. oO


So 26mpg?

Think I'll pass thanks.
#14
copthis1
Got one.....great car......does everything we need...
Like accelerate & brake?
#15
mittromney
copthis1
Got one.....great car......does everything we need...
Like accelerate & brake?


Steering?
2 Likes #16
such an ugly car...I always thought Nissan design team had a competition to make ugliest car... and this came on tops.
6 Likes #17
Fuel isn't great, around 35-40mpg depending on how you drive it, the boot is tiny, so is the tank, so on long journeys you'll be filling up all the time, around £40-45 a tank. However that's the negatives out of the way, it is very easy to drive, great seating position, easy parking, comes with loads of tech above its price point, comfortable and robust.

The looks are marmite.

One thing to add the new model has a new engine and it's a lot more fuel efficient, I've no idea on the tank or boot but they look the same, that said I believe the boot may have more space this time round, but still not enough to make a difference.
#18
I love these cars & want one!
#19
emiratesstadium
What's the fuel consumption like on these?

Wife has one. Average over 2.5 years 38mpg. Mainly stop start about town. On a long distance I've managed 53mpg being careful.


Edited By: rosco123 on Jul 13, 2014 10:44
#20
Dokko
Fuel isn't great, around 35-40mpg depending on how you drive it, the boot is tiny, so is the tank, so on long journeys you'll be filling up all the time, around £40-45 a tank. However that's the negatives out of the way, it is very easy to drive, great seating position, easy parking, comes with loads of tech above its price point, comfortable and robust.

The looks are marmite.

One thing to add the new model has a new engine and it's a lot more fuel efficient, I've no idea on the tank or boot but they look the same, that said I believe the boot may have more space this time round, but still not enough to make a difference.

The new Juke has a much larger boot
and different engines.
#21
gluke21
Dokko
Fuel isn't great, around 35-40mpg depending on how you drive it, the boot is tiny, so is the tank, so on long journeys you'll be filling up all the time, around £40-45 a tank. However that's the negatives out of the way, it is very easy to drive, great seating position, easy parking, comes with loads of tech above its price point, comfortable and robust.

The looks are marmite.

One thing to add the new model has a new engine and it's a lot more fuel efficient, I've no idea on the tank or boot but they look the same, that said I believe the boot may have more space this time round, but still not enough to make a difference.

The new Juke has a much larger boot
and different engines.

I thought they'd made adjustments to the boot, after seeing it though it's nothing spectacular IMO, it's not enough to say the juke now has a reasonable amount of space for its size.

Yes as said the new juke has a new engine, this deal doesn't have it as the 1.6 doesn't exist any more, it's replaced with the 1.2 supercharged I think is also found in the new note and QQ.
1 Like #22
It's a big car at the pricepoint of a small car. HOT for that reason - but yes, looks are not to everyones taste.
1 Like #23
The diesel versions are great, good strong engines, I've test drive a diesel juke, had a Renault megane and a Qashqai all with the same 1.5 dci engine and I can't fault them.
#24
Looks horrible.
2 Likes #25
emiratesstadium
What's the fuel consumption like on these?

I`ve an automatic (bad knee) , it does about 31- 35mpg (depending on how many traffic jams I get in) , this goes up to 38mpg on long runs . Just noted someone elses post about a new engine - this is the old 1.6 engine .

I love mine , although it looks biggish , its footprint on my drive is smaller than my old Focus . Boot size is smaller BUT I only need all of it when chucking suitcases in for holidays , still manages to get 4 peoples luggage in (please note the "I" in that sentence) . Very comfortable (to my butt anyway) .


Edited By: grey on Jul 13, 2014 11:35
2 Likes #26
huzefar
Looks horrible.

They do and that`s why I love it .
#27
Just drove the new one with the 1.2ltr engine the other day and it is actually quite a fun drive, can hear the turbo working just before you change up. Boot is much bigger than before but the driving position is a bit hard to change.
#28
Good price if you are after one.

It is worth noting that it is based on the Micra's platform, thus the reason for being smaller inside than it looks on the outside.
1 Like #29
Ugliest car ever since the fiat multipla

But good deal for those with no taste :p
1 Like #30
Voted hot, but this is a super uncool car. If you're a man and you've just bought this car, then expect a lady exclusion zone of a few miles around this vehicle. I suppose to some people £10K to make your wife leave you is a cheap deal :p
1 Like #31
huzefar
Looks horrible.


In your opinion sunshine
#32
It's basically an ugly Dacia. Same engine and mechanics ( Renault) and same huge bills when it needs fixing.
1 Like #33
VanDutch
It's a big car at the pricepoint of a small car. HOT for that reason - but yes, looks are not to everyones taste.

Big car on the outside, small car on the inside. Had one in 2013. Kids said it looked like a "Big Toe", but I liked the chunky look, down to personal taste I suppose. Inside was smaller than the Toyota Yaris we previously had, and much less boot space. MPG was average, 35-40, and performance was average.

P/E for a new Ford Fiesta in January. Bigger inside with more boot space, averages 45 MPG and brilliant performance, especially considering it's a 1 Litre engine, so no Road Tax!
banned#34
We have the 1.5Dci and the economy is excellent and the acceleration is also good.

I am 6ft 4 and can sit comfortably in the back as long as the driver isn't also 6ft 4.

Comments about small boot etc are pointless, you buy a car around your lifestyle and needs......if all you do is a weekly shop...take stuff to the dump etc it's fine, if you're planning a 3 week camping holiday in France for a family of 5, then you wouldn't be looking at a car like this anyway...
3 Likes #35
dinono10
huzefar
Looks horrible.

In your opinion sunshine

Anyone that doesn't need to visit Specsavers.

You'll get noticed driving this car, but it's more like the type of notice you get if you have a massive wart on your face.

Parents will feel embarrassed...

Kid: Mummy why's that man driving..

Mummy: Come away Charlie, stop looking

Kid: But Mummy why?

Mummy: Some people are less fortunate than us Charleston, please refrain from looking.



Edited By: fishmaster on Jul 13, 2014 12:08
#36
My wife has been on at me to get her one of these for ages. I hope she doesnt see this.
3 Likes #37
fishmaster
dinono10
huzefar
Looks horrible.

In your opinion sunshine

Anyone that doesn't need to visit Specsavers.

You'll get noticed driving this car, but it's more like the type of notice you get if you have a massive wart on your face.

Parents will feel embarrassed...

Kid: Mummy why's that man driving..

Mummy: Come away Charlie, stop looking

Kid: But Mummy why?

Mummy: Some people are less fortunate than us Charleston, please refrain from looking.


I thought this site was about deals, not taste. Anybody thinking of buying can see what the car looks like so your opinions are unneeded. They add nothing.
#38
fishmaster
Voted hot, but this is a super uncool car. If you're a man and you've just bought this car, then expect a lady exclusion zone of a few miles around this vehicle. I suppose to some people £10K to make your wife leave you is a cheap deal :p

Cheaper than divorce lawyers anyway ;).

This really is one hell of an ugly car.
#39
Prefer the Qashqai myself but this is cheap.
1 Like #40
fishmaster
Voted hot, but this is a super uncool car. If you're a man and you've just bought this car, then expect a lady exclusion zone of a few miles around this vehicle. I suppose to some people £10K to make your wife leave you is a cheap deal :p


If you need a car to pick up women, there is probably already a 20km exclusion zone around you mate.

On topic, cheap price for a new car, think this is a lot cooler than anything you can get for this price *cough* Vauxhall *cough*

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