Clothes make the man, but also the car
It might be for showing off, but that doesn't mean the visual treatment prepared by Nissan for the Juke is not an aesthetically pleasing one.
Speaking of aesthetics, there are two new exterior color hues available for the love-it-or-hate-it crossover: Magnetic Red and Garnet Black, complemented by a standard red Personalization Pack. The suite comprises redesigned front and rear bumpers, new covers for the side mirrors and 18-inch alloy wheels.
There's a flooding of red inside the cabin, and it touches the sport seats, the rearview mirror, center console, doors and air vents. Moreover, since the special edition is based on the N-Connecta trim level, equipment levels are above average, so you get the NissanConnect 5.8-inch touchscreen infotainment, a rear camera and Intelligent Key with Start function.
Then there's the usual tech pack that usually makes life easier in traffic, like the Around View Monitor and Blind Spot Warning safety features.
However, if you're keen on populating your garage with the Nissan Juke Dynamic, bear in mind that it will only be available with either the 1.2-liter DIG-T 115 petrol unit or the 1.5-liter dCi 110 diesel.