There is hardly a car that in such diverse appearances occurs as the Nissan Juke. That already begins at the base price, which almost doubled from the smallest to the largest model. In order to offer the car favourable, the cheapest model Visia is almost another car. One can still understand that it has neither air conditioning nor Nissan Connect with this basic price, but not that the former is available only in a package with alloy wheels and on-board computer as Visia Plus for 1,300 €.
The tactic is to offer the car with truly remarkable equipment at a far below the price of the competition, but then potential buyers with individual additional requests force to packages and bring them thereby to buy the more expensive models. So Nissan Connect is not available with the basic equipment Visia (Plus).
Interesting takes place under the sheet metal. There is the 'only' front-wheel driven vehicle compared to the all-wheel changed in such a manner that there is not only a different kind of axle construction, but in some cases also brakes, tank and formation of the floor pan are changed, because both tank capacity as well load volume differ in the operating data (see above). Also large the weight difference of up to 380 kg. One constantly drives around with full luggage space in the well-equipped four-wheel compared with the base model.
Whatever the additional cost for the all-wheel with 3000 euros is a bit steep. Its load for the car is obvious when one compares the top speeds: Instead of 215 km/h are possible 'only' 200 km/h. With this price policy one could start to wonder what is really needed at the new car and what is not. In this case, this would be understandable if the car would produced far from Europe, but it comes from Washington in England, after all, near the Scottish border. 07/14