Nissan Juke buying advice

Nissan Juke buying advice

The Nissan Juke was introduced in 2010. Everyone has an opinion about it;
you think it’s pretty it or you don’t. Some people think it is really cool,
others think it is very ugly. This car elicits a reaction, and that is fun. Just like the outside, the inside is special as well. It has an unusual interior with… I am going to tell you this useless fact anyway. The center console was inspired
by the fuel tank of a motorcycle. That’s wonderful, Nissan. The Juke was introduced in 2010. It got a subtle facelift in 2014. It was not a big change, but everything
was tightened and updated. A new engine was introduced; the 1.2 DIG-T. This was a new acquisition. It is
more efficient, cleaner and economical. The gasoline engines range from 89 hp
to 215 hp for the Nismo version. The most powerful Nismo version,
because there are different flavors. There’s one diesel engine with 108 hp from Renault,
just like more technology and engines are shared. ENGINES
gasoline, diesel Speaking of technology,
AWD is available for the Nissan Juke, but only for the versions with 187 hp and more. At the moment about 230 Nissan Jukes
are for sale on About 20 have a diesel engine. They were not very popular. Of course, the rest has a gasoline engine. If you want an automatic transmission,
you will have to look hard. About 25 have one. Prices on start at 10,000 euros. This goes up until 25,000 euros
for the youngest cars. There are some exceptions, but those are cars
at the dealer’s with 15 km (9 miles) on the clock. We won’t count those. If you want a Nismo edition, a fast one,
you will be looking at 22,000-23,000 euros. There are reasons to buy a Nissan Juke. First, the distinctive looks. You are showing you don’t care
what other people think about you. Second, they are reliable. I would say “typically Japanese”,
but not much breaks. Of course we will get back on that later. Finally, it is a nice handling car. It is not a rolling SUV-like car. It is a good handling car. Of course there are things to watch out for. There aren’t a lot, though. First, the CVT is not completely bulletproof. They do break sometimes, but not many are for sale. The chance of buying one that breaks
down is not that big, because… The number of problems is above average,
but there aren’t that many problems with the CVT. The head of the 1.6 Turbo engine
has another problem. It sometimes loses compression
on the third cylinder. This can cause problems, but there are only
a few instances when this happened. Something to watch out for with
the front brake discs in all Jukes: the front brake discs wear faster than average. Keep in mind you will need to replace
them every 30,000 km (19,000 miles). That is more often than average. There has been a recall for the Nissan Juke. First, cars from 2012 had
a recall for the turbo engine. A tube could disconnect, causing loss of power. You could get this fixed under
warranty at the Nissan dealer, but check if the car you want has gotten this fix. Cars built between 2012 and 2014
had a recall as well. There was a leak at the fuel sensor. This was solved on a goodwill basis as well. Finally, there has been a small recall
for cars built between July 1, 2013 and March 3, 2014. Those cars got a recall
for a starter button staying in. Finally, there is something to watch
out for with the interior trim. If they have a color or are painted black… We are talking about the plastic trim here. The paint may peel. If you see this, it won’t cause problems
with the handling, but you may not like it. You can fix this by installing
new parts or use it to haggle. The Nissan Juke of this video is a fresh one. It has less than 6,000 km (3,700 miles) on the clock. It is dark grey with a calm interior. It has a variable engine settings thingy
for Normal, Sport, and Eco driving. It is a nicely specced car
which has just been run-in. It is for sale at Herwers Nissan in Deventer. THIS CAR If you’re looking for a second-hand car and want
our help, or if your company has a nice car for sale for which we may shoot a video,
please send an e-mail to [email protected] Subtitles – Maru’s Text Support

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  1. What kind of Juke is it? Can Tekna have a regular and not an intelligent key? Maybe in 2013? I found this car it's a Tekna version but without an Intelligent key and I just don't get it.

  2. Je gaat toch auto kopen omdat je het leuk vindt, je gaat geen auto kopen omdat andere mensen het leuk vinden.

    Juke is gewoon een fantastisch auto

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