Nissan Juke Hatchback 1.2 DiG-T N-Connecta 5dr 10k 1+23 £171 (total deal - £4412) @ Yes Lease
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Nissan Juke Hatchback 1.2 DiG-T N-Connecta 5dr 10k 1+23 £171 (total deal - £4412) @ Yes Lease

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Found 9th Jan
Fugly but...
Good Spec
Sat Nav
Cruise control
parking camera
etc

22 Comments

heat for the deal but this car is beyond ugly.

northbank1886

heat for the deal but this car is beyond ugly.


Same.

Dreaming of a wonderful 15k mileage car to come up!

personally like the look of these.

Surprising but I was gonna say why on earth would you buy such a big car with a 1.2 litre engine in but it does 0-60 in around 11 seconds, so it's not as slow as I imagined it would be although that's still slow.

It also looks ugly as hell, not only is it an ugly car in general but that yellow colour too? You'd be cooler driving round in that yellow fiat cinquecento from inbetweeners.

And here was me thinking the Citroen Cactus was the most fugly lease car and this comes along in Canary yellow

These really aren't that fugly imo far worst looking cars on the market

ugly ugly woman's car

Plenty of people clearly like 'ugly' cars, loads of these on our roads

AVANTIME

Plenty of people clearly like 'ugly' cars, loads of these on our roads



​i must be drawn to them then,previous car was a pt cruiser, currently driving a Nissan Note and we are considering a Duke/qashqai as next car.all seemingly considered ugly by mainstream sheep(I'd guess lots of folk who claim these ugly also have an iPhone).

Obviously marmite then as i think they're gorgeously different, and if they'd been a bit larger inside then I'd have jumped on one.......unfortunately they're an awful lot smaller than you might imagine (went for a renault captur instead).
Nice equipment level and ok to drive.

New Juke coming this year - better looking too:
http://2017modelcars.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/2017-Nissan-Juke.jpg[img]

bbfb123

Surprising but I was gonna say why on earth would you buy such a big car … Surprising but I was gonna say why on earth would you buy such a big car with a 1.2 litre engine in but it does 0-60 in around 11 seconds, so it's not as slow as I imagined it would be although that's still slow.It also looks ugly as hell, not only is it an ugly car in general but that yellow colour too? You'd be cooler driving round in that yellow fiat cinquecento from inbetweeners.



You have to look past the CC of the engine nowadays. My father who is 63 still insists on 'having' to have a 2.0 litre engine. Ford do a cracking 1 litre petrol engine (with a Turbo) that powers the Focus, C-Max and even the Mondeo I think. I went in one at the weekend and was pleasantly surprised.

You would be better off looking at both the BHP and Torque of the engine as this will give you a better indication of acceleration, pulling power and top speed (with the latter not really being an issue).

Agreed, I have 1.5dci Qashqai - more than powerful enough and great mpg figures averaging over 60 in first year.

bbfb123

Surprising but I was gonna say why on earth would you buy such a big car … Surprising but I was gonna say why on earth would you buy such a big car with a 1.2 litre engine in but it does 0-60 in around 11 seconds, so it's not as slow as I imagined it would be although that's still slow.It also looks ugly as hell, not only is it an ugly car in general but that yellow colour too? You'd be cooler driving round in that yellow fiat cinquecento from inbetweeners.



​That would be worth checking out carefully. My friend had a 1.6 up until about 2 years ago and was very disappointed with the performance.

I got this car on lease in dec 2015. Got a cracker of a deal from Nissan directly. £114 per month and £1100 upfront.

1.6 spec in red colour (no parking cameras or sat nav).

Worth contacting Nissan and hagling with them, which is what i did.

Its been a great car thus far.

I've just took out this deal, I couldn't find a better one as I only wanted a 1+23 deal and 10k

Ugly car and always some Jerk in it

had one as courtesy car for a couple of weeks after wife crashed smax. quite nippy with the 1.5 dci. rear camera for parking horrible for parking at night. ugly. poor space for rear passengers.

Anyone got a little baby and using this car if so good / bad experience? Can't fit a pram into my two-seater sports car

Didn't like the juke at 1st but wanted a car that annoyed people and stands out.Reliability is decent with the juke in most surveys.Bought the Nismo rs version in black and absolutely love it.Fast cheap to insure and plenty of safety features and decent boot and to top it off cheap running costs.Only downside is the petrol tank is tiny but who cares.Worth every penny I paid for it and the Nismo version stands out from the rest

jklondon

Anyone got a little baby and using this car if so good / bad experience? … Anyone got a little baby and using this car if so good / bad experience? Can't fit a pram into my two-seater sports car



​My pram fits in fine with plenty of room.Rear seating isn't that big but if it's children your carrying who cares they be fine and an ncap safety rating of 5 stars 87% and 81% for passengers is pretty decent for a small car.
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