Nissan Juke 1.6 Visia 5dr £10,747 on the road Delivered Free to your door@New-Car Discount.com
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Nissan Juke 1.6 Visia 5dr £10,747 on the road Delivered Free to your door@New-Car Discount.com

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LocalFound 9th Feb 2013
Cheapest I can find
Includes first reg fee, road tax and warranty
Part ex available
No hidden fees or charges.
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http://vimages.new-car-discount.com/car/592/444/20887.jpg
Built in the U.K.
with Nissan's 3yr - 60,000 Mile Warranty & Assist ?

I've had the misfortune to drive one of these for a little while, they are absolute dogging to drive, just feels awkward and bulky and I drive trucks for a living.
Ugly beyond belief. Should be called nissan joke
Each to their own ....
Hunkzilla

Careful when using car and dogging in the same sentence...also known as a stan collimore
Revised model being launched soon, gone are the despised round front headlights, hence all the current offers, still voted hot as good price for well built in Sunderland, UK car!
£11242 in metallic paint colours
Well I actually like it. But I am a woman and know nothing about cars. I'd probably get 5k for my astra - if I had the other 6k lying around i'd look at buying one.
Hunkzilla

I've had the misfortune to drive one of these for a little while, they … I've had the misfortune to drive one of these for a little while, they are absolute dogging to drive, just feels awkward and bulky and I drive trucks for a living.



I drove one this morning and it's the easiest car to drive ever. You must have some problems with other cars then if you struggle with something as simple as the Juke.
Top Trumps:

0–60mph 12 secs
Top speed 104 mph
Average mpg 47.1
Edited by: "iainthor" 9th Feb 2013
Either a vxr or the GTC
Or a newer Astra.
iainthor

Top Trumps:0–60mph 8 secsTop speed 134 mphAverage mpg 40.9Tank range 413 m … Top Trumps:0–60mph 8 secsTop speed 134 mphAverage mpg 40.9Tank range 413 miles(based on this here article)Pretty nice little car for the money - in white with a few upgrades: nice aftermarket wheels, ecu remap, some upgraded brakes, rear windows half tinted and lower the suspension a bit and then you have something half respectable! (if you are a chav like me)



That's not this 1.6 Petrol model, that is for more powerful 190PS DIG-T model and is considerably more expensive. Once you've modified the Juke you may as well put the extra towards the Nismo model pictured below.

http://www.blogcdn.com/www.autoblog.com/media/2011/11/01-nismo-juke-live-opt.jpg

Or if we are on top trumps, how about the Juke R?

NISSAN JUKE-R
Engine: 3,799cc V6, twin-turbo
Power (hp): 485 @ 6,400rpm
Torque (lb ft): 434 @ 3,200rpm
0-62mph: 3.7 sec
Top speed: 160mph
Weight: 1,806kg
MPG: Why worry?
CO2: Seriously?

http://images.pistonheads.com/nimg/25040/Juke_9-L.jpg
http://images.pistonheads.com/nimg/24854/Juke%20R_2-L.jpg
On price alone, that's a bargain
Iainthor - that's for a turbo version LOL!


Edited by: "ellives" 9th Feb 2013
Make sure you read through other forums before you buy. Buyer will become the second owner, as they buy as fleet vehicles. Also V5 document takes forever to comes through, so insurance could be a problem.

But still a bargain! Voted hot
suniil

Make sure you read through other forums before you buy. Buyer will become … Make sure you read through other forums before you buy. Buyer will become the second owner, as they buy as fleet vehicles. Also V5 document takes forever to comes through, so insurance could be a problem. But still a bargain! Voted hot



Sorry I'm confused by this, why do you need a V5C to insure a vehicle? You simply ring the insurers and give the reg and they send you the certificate through?

suniil

Make sure you read through other forums before you buy. Buyer will become … Make sure you read through other forums before you buy. Buyer will become the second owner, as they buy as fleet vehicles. Also V5 document takes forever to comes through, so insurance could be a problem. But still a bargain! Voted hot


Would not having a V5 be more of a RFL issue rather than insurance?
Ugly ugly ugly car...Good price... But... Would anyone here actually like to drive one of these in public?
oddballjamie

Would not having a V5 be more of a RFL issue rather than insurance?



Yep you need V5C and certificate of Insurance for over the counter TAX at PO
iainthor

Top Trumps:0–60mph 8 secsTop speed 134 mphAverage mpg 40.9Tank range 413 m … Top Trumps:0–60mph 8 secsTop speed 134 mphAverage mpg 40.9Tank range 413 miles(based on this here article)Pretty nice little car for the money - in white with a few upgrades: nice aftermarket wheels, ecu remap, some upgraded brakes, rear windows half tinted and lower the suspension a bit and then you have something half respectable! (if you are a chav like me)

Key words there...;)
tallphilc

Yep you need V5C and certificate of Insurance for over the counter TAX at … Yep you need V5C and certificate of Insurance for over the counter TAX at PO


I just thought, if you are the 2nd owner then surely they would provide the little tear off change of owner bit to get tax.
hero9989

Ugly ugly ugly car...Good price... But... Would anyone here actually like … Ugly ugly ugly car...Good price... But... Would anyone here actually like to drive one of these in public?



Yes I am going to order one for the wife, great quirky different car and a breath of fresh air from the tedious econoboxes that you see day in day out littering the roads.
oddballjamie

I just thought, if you are the 2nd owner then surely they would provide … I just thought, if you are the 2nd owner then surely they would provide the little tear off change of owner bit to get tax.



You can tax it with the V5 new owner tear off yes.
Edited by: "tallphilc" 9th Feb 2013
ellives

Iainthor - that's for a turbo version LOL!



Ah shoot. Add 'fitting a big turbo' to my list of to do's!

1on4

Well I actually like it. But I am a woman and know nothing about cars. … Well I actually like it. But I am a woman and know nothing about cars. I'd probably get 5k for my astra - if I had the other 6k lying around i'd look at buying one.


well I like it, and I am a man
love the looks no other car like it I have seen
be individual not a sheep in a fiesta
sorry fiesta owners
Original Poster
Are you people seriously saying they will not supply a log book, Get Real, of course they will. As for taxing the car read the post it comes already taxed.
ppatto

well I like it, and I am a man love the looks no other car like it I have … well I like it, and I am a man love the looks no other car like it I have seenbe individual not a sheep in a fiesta sorry fiesta owners


I like it too, but I also like the new Fiesta.
I sound like an Aldi advert.
ordered one! thanks , great deal
oddballjamie

I just thought, if you are the 2nd owner then surely they would provide … I just thought, if you are the 2nd owner then surely they would provide the little tear off change of owner bit to get tax.



It comes with one years tax so the issue doesn't arise.
Looks as two cars have put into one. Were Nissan thinking shall have 4x4 or a City car. You know what we'll do will put both in one hence the messed up job on the front end.
We looked at buying one of these, leg and headroom space in the back is really restricted, especially headroom, I'm a modest 5'10 and was banging my head on the roof over speed bumps.


Edited by: "Grimsteruk" 9th Feb 2013
Could be worse, it could be the Nissan Cube.

But that aside, the Juke isn't all that bad, especially when compared to others in the 'crossover' category and I'd sooner have this than a bog-standard Focus or something. But then, that's probably just me.

The vehicle will be transferred to your name only after 6 months of initial purchase (according to Nissan-Dealer rules)

further info discussed here.

jukeownersclub.co.uk/for…tml
jukeownersclub.co.uk/for…tml

tallphilc

Sorry I'm confused by this, why do you need a V5C to insure a vehicle? … Sorry I'm confused by this, why do you need a V5C to insure a vehicle? You simply ring the insurers and give the reg and they send you the certificate through?

I liked the look of these until I tried sitting in one they're made for short **** I'm 5' 11" couldn't sit up straight
Maximum2009

Looks as two cars have put into one. Were Nissan thinking shall have 4x4 … Looks as two cars have put into one. Were Nissan thinking shall have 4x4 or a City car. You know what we'll do will put both in one hence the messed up job on the front end.


That's pretty much the idea of a 'crossover'.
oddballjamie

I like it too, but I also like the new Fiesta.I sound like an Aldi advert.



Neigh......I'm not having any of that.
Btw how many horses has it got under the hood?
Edited by: "marty-401" 9th Feb 2013
oddballjamie

That's pretty much the idea of a 'crossover'.


What to screw up the front?
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