Nissan Juke Reviews
Total Aggregate Score
8 / 10
The Juke remains an intriguing car and one with many good attributes, particularly its distinctive design and fine dynamics.
4 / 5
Nissan has stuck to its guns with the facelifted Juke – if you didn’t like it before, you won’t now. Still, by adding customisation to compete with the likes of the Fiat 500X and MINI Countryman, as well as improving boot space, it will only retain and add customers to Nissan's order bank.
3.5 / 5
It’s good to see a volume car maker daring to be different and making it work.
3.5 / 5
The high-set driving position of the Juke is like that of an SUV, so it offers excellent forward vision and a commanding view of the road ahead and to the sides. This makes it easy to place the Juke on the road and anticipate hazards further up the road.
3.1 / 5
The Nissan Juke’s unique styling means it hasn’t really aged on the outside, but its interior and running costs are bettered by newer SUV crossovers.
3 / 5
The Juke was the first small crossover on sale, but it has fallen behind newer rivals for space and efficiency.
6 / 10
It's divisive but, judging by sales, in a good way. Another Nissan crossover success.
6 / 10
We totally understand why you’d be tempted by the Juke; it looks fantastic, it's affordably priced, it comes with some good petrol engines and it's pretty enjoyable to drive. The problem is, those quirky looks hide an unresolved car that's average in most areas, and poor in others.
2 / 5
The Nissan Juke blends individual looks with plenty of equipment, but it's let down by its poor practicality and jittery ride.