Hot Car Deal – 18% discount on Nissan JukeSave over £3,000 on this supermini-sized SUV
19 February 2014
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The Nissan Juke has inhabited UK streets since 2010, but it still looks like nothing else on the road. We’ve found substantial discounts on this popular small crossover, taking the price down to £12,000.
Buyers are flocking to compact off-roader ‘crossovers’ in ever larger numbers. And if you want a compact model, you can’t get much smaller than the Nissan Juke. Despite its tiny footprint, you can still buy the Juke with four-wheel drive, although this is not a car designed for venturing into the wilderness.
Like many superminis of a similar size, the Juke is most at home in town, where you can scare children with its wild styling and easily nip through tight spaces in traffic. The Juke is enjoyable to drive and reasonably practical considering its small size, although higher specification models can be expensive. Online discounts of up to £3,000 make the Juke much more appealing, however.
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Top choice Nissan Juke 1.6 Acenta for £12,204
Our favourite Nissan Juke is the 1.6 Acenta. It has a long list of standard equipment and an equally appealing price tag. But thanks to a discount of £2,711, this model is available for just £12,204 online. With claimed fuel economy of 47.1mpg, petrol bills should be low, but this model can still accelerate to 62mph in a sprightly 11 seconds.
Standard equipment includes front and rear electric windows, electric mirrors and a trip computer, plus six airbags and a host of safety systems. You also get climate control, cruise control with a speed limiter and striking 17-inch alloy wheels.
£3,061 discount on frugal Nissan Juke 1.5 dCi Tekna
For those who cover a lot of miles, the Juke 1.5 dCi Tekna could be a good value option. Claimed economy is an impressive 70.6mpg. Performance is also strong, with this Juke accelerating to 62mph in 11.2 seconds.
In Tekna form you get a huge amount of standard kit, including sat nav with a colour reversing camera, plus automatic lights and wipers for taking the strain out of driving. Other luxuries are heated front seats and electric folding door mirrors for squeezing through the tightest of gaps in town.
Save £2,595 on four-wheel-drive automatic Nissan Juke
If you’d like the added security of four-wheel drive and would prefer an automatic gearbox, look no further than the Juke 1.6 DiG-T Tekna 4WD CVT. Thanks to a saving of £2,595, we’ve found this model online for £17,865. However, those who can do without four-wheel drive and the automatic gearbox can save a further £2,000 as the manual two-wheel-drive version is available for just £15,911.
With a powerful 1.6-litre turbocharged petrol engine under the bonnet, the 4WD Juke sprints to 62mph in just 8.4 seconds. Claimed fuel economy drops to 38.2mpg in four-wheel-drive form, however. Tekna specification means the same long list of standard equipment as in the 1.5 dCi model above.
Hot Car Deals:
- Nissan Juke 1.6 Acenta - £12,204
- Nissan Juke 1.5 dCi Tekna [start stop] - £15,404
- Nissan Juke 1.6 DiG-T Tekna 4WD CVT - £17,865
- Nissan Juke 1.6 DiG-T Tekna - £15,911
Hot Car Deal hunters please note:
- The car brokers and deals featured are not vetted, endorsed or recommended by Which?. Always check the specifics of the deal so you know exactly what you are getting and who is supplying the car. Make sure all aspects of the deal are confirmed in writing before committing to buy.
- Not all brokers deal in UK sourced vehicles, and this may have an impact on standard equipment and warranty levels.
- The term ‘pre-reg’ or ‘pre-registered’ refers to vehicles that are brand new but already registered with the DVLA. This means that you will appear as the second owner on the V5 registration document.
- Beware of unscrupulous brokers who tell you they will have to retain the V5 registration document for a period of time after your purchase of the car. Vehicles sold this way may be cheap, but there are legal implications, including the risk that you the buyer could be committing a criminal offence when you drive the car, so they should be avoided.