New and used Nissan Juke price in Ghana
The Nissan Juke, which was first introduced in 2010, has been a highly debated but unique and popular model for Nissan. The car played a key role in introducing the compact crossover category and gained a reputation for its unique and divisive design. The Juke received a lot of attention and became quite popular, especially among younger drivers, despite its polarizing design.
Below is the price of Nissan Juke in Ghana
|Nissan Juke 2010||80,000 cedis|
|Nissan Juke 2012||110,000 cedis|
|Nissan Juke 2013||140,000 cedis|
|Nissan Juke 2014||160,000 cedis|
|Nissan Juke 2016||170,000 cedis|
|Nissan Juke 2017||200,000 cedis|
First Generation (2010–2019)
- The Juke’s design was a radical departure from conventional car aesthetics, with high-mounted front lights and large, round fog lights situated lower on the fascia, earning it a “frog-eyed” look.
- The coupe-like profile, with hidden rear door handles, emphasized a sporty appeal, while the raised stance confirmed its crossover identity.
- Inside, the center console, inspired by a motorcycle fuel tank, was a standout feature.
Second Generation (2019–present as of my last update)
- While retaining the distinctive character of the original, the second-generation Juke presents a more mature and refined design. The signature round fog lights are retained but are sleeker, and the main headlights are more sharply styled.
- The new Juke is slightly larger than its predecessor, offering more interior space, and the design cues are more in line with the rest of the Nissan lineup.
- The interior sees a substantial upgrade in materials and technology, aiming for a more premium feel.
- Initially powered by a 1.6L turbocharged petrol engine, producing around 188 hp.
- Later, other engine options were introduced, including a non-turbocharged 1.6L variant, a 1.5L diesel, and the high-performance 1.6L turbocharged Nismo RS variant with up to 215 hp.
- Depending on the market, both manual and automatic transmissions were available, with options for front-wheel-drive or all-wheel-drive configurations.
- Uses a 1.0L three-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine, producing around 115 hp, paired with either a six-speed manual or a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.
- As of my last update, this was the primary engine offering, but Nissan may introduce more options in the future.
Available Models and Their Released Dates
First Generation: Launched in 2010
- Nismo Version: Introduced in 2013
- Nismo RS Version: Debuted in 2014
Second Generation: Introduced in 2019
Over its lifetime, the Juke has been available in various trims and special editions, depending on the market, such as Visia, Acenta, Tekna, and N-Connecta, among others.
The Nissan Juke, with its bold design and city-friendly dimensions, carved a niche for itself in the compact crossover segment. It stands as a testament to Nissan’s willingness to push boundaries and think outside the box.