The Japanese people from Nissan decide to reveal all the important details for the 2012 Juke, some noteworthy improvements being adopted for the new model year. With sales of over 22,000 units in the UK since its launch, the 2012 Nissan Juke keeps its price tag unmodified but gets some fuel consumption improvements for both petrol and diesel units.
To be more precise, the 1.6-liter petrol engine which will sit under the bonnet of the 2012 Juke will return a combined fuel economy of 6 liters/100 km (47,1mpg UK) and CO2 emissions of 139 g/km. On the other hand, the fuel-efficient 1.5-liter dCi diesel engine is able to deliver an improved consumption of 4,9 liters/100 km (57,6mpg UK) keeping the CO2 emissions at 129 g/km.
“Car buyers opting for Nissan’s sector-defining Juke crossover are about to get even more than they bargained for,” says Nissan in the press release.
According to the Japanese manufacturer, the improved Juke will be able to generate savings of up to £232 over three years, a quite impressive detail considering that the prices remained unchanged.
“As part of Nissan’s constant drive to improve its products, both drivetrains have undergone an optimisation programme to further reduce emissions and boost fuel economy,” concluded Nissan.