As well as styling tweaks, the new model is the first to get the latest version of Nissan Connect, featuring Google’s Send-To-Car technology, allowing users to plan a route before they leave their home or office and send it directly to the car. The system will also highlight points of interest and can also show local fuel prices and weather and flight information.
The 5.8-inch infotainment screen will also score the driver according to how economically they’re driving and displays the view from the rear view camera. Also on board is Bluetooth connectivity, climate control, plus automatic lights and wipers.
Outside are new 18-inch black and silver alloys, gloss black for the B-pillars between the front and rear doors and a similar covering for the door mirror caps.
N-tec trim will be available on all engine versions of the Juke, with prices expected to start at around £17,000.