Depending on the Interactive Driver Control system’s settings, the throttle mapping is matched and steering ideally weighted for the task at hand. There are three modes enabling the driver to switch on the fly between Eco, Normal and Sport. It is envisioned that Eco mode will be used in stop/start city/suburban traffic where manouevrability and a lighter steering feel are welcomed; on the other end of the scale, the steering firms up nicely for more accurate cornerinng in Sport mode.
CLEVER STUFF: The optional leather upholstery on the top-spec Tekna with body-coloured accents.
Nissan’s familiar specification levels are present, starting with the Acenta, moving to the Acenta + mid-range and topping off with the Tekna range-topper (for now). It has to be said that Nissan mentioned at the launch that the
YOU'LL SPOT IT: Juke's distinctive styling is continued at the rear.