Nissan is launching a special edition of the Juke called n-tec. It’s based on the Acenta specification and comes with goodies like a 5.8-inch touchscreen, sat-nav system, Bluetooth, along with Google Send-To-Car support which gives the driver the possibility to plan a journey on his computer or tablet and then send it to the car, while the navigation system will configure the best route to take. The driver has the possibility of adding points of interest. The Juke n-tec sits on 18-inch alloys featuring a black and silver finish, and comes with glossy black B-pillars and mirror caps. Clients can get it with one of the eight exterior and three interior colors available.
Under the hood it can get a naturally-aspirated 1.6-liter engine developing 117 HP (86 kW) and a 1.6-liter DIG-T turbocharged mill pumping out 160 HP (140 kW). Nissan is also offering the 1.5-liter diesel which is rated at 110 HP (81 kW) and provides CO2 emissions of 124 g/km. Depending on the choice of the engine, the Juke n-tec can have a six-speed manual gearbox (for diesel model), a 5-speed manual or an XTRONIC CVT (for the naturally-aspirated engine). The front-wheel drive version of the model powered by the DIG-T engine has a six-speed manual gearbox, while the AWD model receives an XTRONIC M-CVT featuring a 6-speed manual mode.
The 2013 Nissan Juke n-tec special edition also benefits from USB support, reversing camera with color display, automatic climate control, rain-sensing wipers, auto-lightning, as well as steering wheel and gear lever knob wrapped around in leather.