Nissan Juke Ministry of Sound edition

27 Sep, 2012 2:00pm

New special-edition Juke gets black and white styling upgrades

Nissan has revealed a new special-edition Juke inspired by the Ministry of Sound nightclub. It’s available with any engine in the Juke line-up, and comes in Metallic Black or Solid White.

A set of 17-inch white alloys, white door handles, white mirror caps and Ministry of Sound badging complete the makeover.

Inside is a white centre console and door trims, plus white stitching on the leather seats and steering wheel.

An engraved 8GB Apple iPod Touch and cradle are included, along with an iPod case and Ministry of Sound headphones.

In addition to launching the special edition, Nissan has introduced a fuel-saving stop-start system as a £200 option on manual cars with the entry-level 1.6-litre petrol engine.

The addition improves economy by 1.6mpg, to 48.7mpg, and cuts CO2 emissions by 3g/km, to 136g/km, effectively paying for itself after 45,797 miles. Prices start from £17,895, and Nissan says only 250 will be produced.

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Britain's ugliest car just got uglier.

Quite so. Covered in toad like warts!