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More tweaks for Juke

It's getting on a bit in life now, but that hasn't stopped Nissan revising its Juke B-segment crossover for 2018.

Subtle changes to the exterior include a dark-chrome V-motion grille at the front of the car, dark bezels for the headlamps and dark indicators on the door mirrors. Models from SV grade upwards now get LED fog lamps, too.

There are also two new designs of 16-inch alloy wheel, while the range-topping SVE model has 18-inch wheels that can be personalised with colour inserts. Coloured body parts, including trims for the front and rear bumpers, side sills and mirror caps are also available through the personalisation programme, while two new body colours - Vivid Blue and Chestnut Bronze - are added to the paint palette.

Moving inside, there are further personalisation colours that you can splash across the dash and other areas, which are Energy Orange and Power Blue. Opt for either and you'll find your chosen shade on the centre console, air vents, door inserts and the seat upholstery. Audiophiles will love the addition of Bose Personal audio to the Juke, which uses digital signal processing and six high-performance speakers - two of which are Bose's UltraNearfield items that are built into the driver's seat head restraint - to give a 360-degree listening experience. Finally, the steering wheel now features a higher grade of leather and white-on-black digital displays in the cluster allow for easier reading of data.

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Author: Carzone

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