New and used Nissan Juke price in Ghana

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 201080,000 cedis
Nissan Juke 2012110,000 cedis
Nissan Juke 2013140,000 cedis
Nissan Juke 2014160,000 cedis
Nissan Juke 2016170,000 cedis
Nissan Juke 2017200,000 cedis

Design

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.

Specifications

First Generation

  • 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.

Second Generation

  • 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.

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