New Juke crossovers are going to be one of the highlights of Nissan’s design department. Futuristic look will take the breath away from all SUV fans. Due to its styling, we guess that younger population will accept it wider than older drivers, but styling is the key to all users. This is especially important for 2017 Nissan Juke Nismo, which should be unveiled soon. However, only measure is going to be sales number, and that will witness about car’s acceptance. Nevertheless, Nismo is tuned version, which is going to appear shortly after regular Juke model, with boosted performance and slight styling changes.
2017 Nissan Juke Nismo redesign
Redesigned model of Juke Nismo is now more aggressive, entertaining and futuristic than ever. New crossover won’t radically change its styling comparing to predecessors. Some modifications will refresh it, such as new curves and lines. Second generation of the model starts with 2017 Nissan Juke Nismo. So some improvements on different parts of the SUV are expected. Interior will suffer more changes than exterior. Five passengers, which is capacity of the Juke Nismo, will have enough room, and overall comfort is boosted for this tuned version of vehicle. Comparing to previous model, there is more space on the back seats, and storage area remained the same. Infotainment system will be boosted with new features, while all existing are going to be updated.
2017 Nissan Juke Nismo engine
Under the hood of the 2017 Nissan Juke Nismo will be 1.6-l four-cylinder unit which is used by current vehicle. This drivetrain is ready to produce 188 hp and 177 lb-ft of torque for SUV’s predecessor, which is significantly more than 1.0-l unit of regular Juke can make. Since this engine was revisited, we expect output closer to 200 hp mark. Front-wheel drive is default system. The 2017 Juke Nismo will be available in all-wheel drive mode also. Continuously variable transmission is mated with powerful drivetrain of the Nismo model, while regular Juke uses 6-speed manual as its transmission. This combination should bring fuel economy boost. Estimated consumption is around 28 mpg combined for Nismo, while Juke goes 30 mpg.