Used Nissan Juke Cars For Sale
The Nissan Juke is an eye-catching compact crossover offering a stylish-yet-practical alternative to a small family hatchback.
The Juke’s chunky design and slightly raised ride position gives it the feel of an SUV with more compact dimensions. There’s a good amount of boot space and two sets of ISOFIX anchor points in the back.
Distinctive styling is a key selling point and the Juke offers plenty of personalisation options - including colourful elements for the central console, the doors, and elsewhere in the car.
Nissan’s Juke is available in four trim choices: the entry-level Visia, the Acenta, the Bose Personal Edition, and the Tekna. The Visia comes with a choice of a 1.6L petrol or a 1.5L diesel engine - and a range of petrol and diesel alternatives are on available on higher-spec models.
Among the best choices are the 1.2L petrol offering, ideal for city driving, and the 1.5L diesel - a good option for drivers who make lots of long journeys.
Choose My Car has a selection of used Nissan Jukes for sale, with the release of the second generation of the Nissan Juke increasing your chances of picking up a used first generation.
Find the best deals on used Nissan Jukes through Choose My Car, including car finance options tailored to your personal needs.Read More
Used Nissan Juke Cars For Sale On Finance
1.0 DiG-T Tekna+ 5dr DCT
1.6 DiG-T N-Connecta 5dr 4WD Xtronic
1.6 Acenta Premium 5dr Xtronic
Cars for sale
1.6 N-Tec 5dr CVT
2013 | Automatic | 38,000 | Petrol
from £150 per month
only £8,495 purchase price
1.2 DiG-T N-Connecta 5dr [Comfort/Safety Pack]
2017 | Manual | 37,200 | Petrol
from £191 per month
only £10,775 purchase price
1.2 DiG-T Acenta Premium 5dr
2014 | Manual | 60,000 | Petrol
from £136 per month
only £7,695 purchase price
1.5 dCi Acenta 5dr [Premium Pack] [Start Stop]
2014 | Manual | 63,800 | Diesel
from £106 per month
only £5,995 purchase price
1.5 dCi N-Connecta 5dr
2018 | Manual | 45,000 | Diesel
from £168 per month
only £9,495 purchase price
1.6 Visia 5dr
2012 | Manual | 90,000 | Petrol
from £67 per month
only £3,795 purchase price
2012 | Automatic | 58,000 | Petrol
from £124 per month
only £6,995 purchase price
2020 | Automatic | 323 | Petrol
from £332 per month
only £18,795 purchase price
1.5 dCi Tekna 5dr
2013 | Manual | 72,000 | Diesel
from £111 per month
only £6,295 purchase price
2020 | Automatic | 7,583 | Petrol
from £313 per month
only £17,680 purchase price
1.2 DiG-T N-Connecta 5dr
2017 | Manual | 13,525 | Petrol
from £164 per month
only £9,250 purchase price
1.2 DiG-T Tekna 5dr
2017 | Manual | 26,614 | Petrol
from £176 per month
only £9,950 purchase price
1.2 DiG-T Tekna 5dr
2014 | Manual | 20,062 | Petrol
from £138 per month
only £7,800 purchase price
1.2 DiG-T N-Connecta 5dr
2018 | Manual | 10,952 | Petrol
from £177 per month
only £9,990 purchase price
1.2 DiG-T N-Connecta 5dr
2017 | Manual | 25,688 | Petrol
from £149 per month
only £8,400 purchase price
About Nissan Juke
The original Nissan Juke was a bit of a game changer. It came into the small car market and shook things up more than anybody expected. With its raised profile and chunky exterior proving to be surprisingly popular it gave drivers the feel of an SUV but with the practicalities of a smaller compact car. Since its launch it’s inspired imitations from many rivals, like the Renault Captur, Skoda Kamiq and Volkswagen T-Cross.
The high-riding nature of the car made the feel of an SUV much more approachable and affordable for many. Now in its second generation it’s added to this, enhancing the features of the car and making it less of a slightly quirky small car and more of a great all-rounder.
Why Buy a Used Nissan Juke?
The Nissan Juke is far from a slightly odd looking novelty of a compact car though. It’s a fantastic all-rounder and there’s many reasons why a used Nissan Juke could be the perfect car for you. The second generation was launched early in 2020 and while older models may have been popular primarily because of how they looked, the second generation vastly improved on the strong foundations laid by the first.
That’s not to say that the first generation isn’t still a great car though, with its iconic round headlights and high side profile, it’s a fantastic car for anyone looking for a slightly larger compact car. There’s plenty of space in front for two adults, and only particularly tall people having problems sitting in the three back seats. The older generation isn’t the most powerful of cars and it has a habit of bouncing around on bumpy roads.
The second generation has taken the marmite feel of the first generation and turned into a much better car overall. This may mean that a number of the older generation cars may become available fairly cheaply on the used market, so you can turn heads in a more affordable manner.
Useful Information About Used Nissan Juke from ChooseMyCar
- What is the most popular Nissan Juke colour? Black
- What is the most popular Nissan Juke fuel type? Petrol
- What's the average Nissan Juke price? £9,191
- What's the average Nissan Juke mileage? 34,574
Brief History of the Nissan Juke
The Nissan Juke was launched in 2010 and the first generation was produced through to 2017. The second generation went into production in 2019 and is expected to be launched in 2020.
First generation (2010-2017): The Juke was released with a mixed reception in 2010. People either loved it for how it looked, or discounted it for what they saw as its drawbacks in drivability and lack of interior space.
Over the years though it has developed a cult following and as such special editions have been released, like the Ministry of Sound edition in 2012. In 2013 a new engine was released aimed at cutting CO2 emissions.
Second generation (2019-): The first generation ceased production in 2017 and the second generation was announced in 2019. It entered production to begin sales in 2020. The early reception of the second generation has been positive, with many critics feeling it’s greatly improved on the problems the first generation had while maintaining its unique look and feel.
Which Nissan Juka Should I buy?
The Nissan Juke’s variations and trims are relatively straightforward. There are 4 legacy models from the first generation; Visia, Acenta, N-Connecta, Tekna, Nismo RS.
The cheapest model of the Nissan Juke, it comes with the absolute basics. It’s only available as a 2-wheel drive and you can only choose from two engine variants, the 1.5litre diesel and 1.6litre petrol. The basics still include 16-inch alloy wheels, air-con, split folding rear seats, a CD & MP3 stereo and airbags.
The Acenta is a jump up from the Visia. It adds the option of a 1.2litre-turbo engine, plus a number of other things, such as 17-inch alloy wheels, bluetooth connectivity with the entertainment system, front fog lights and darkened rear-windows. Plus things like cruise control and a leather steering wheel.
The N-Connecta is where you can really start making the car your own, with the addition of customisable interiors and sports seats along with a choice of all the engines (apart from the 1.6litre). To go alongside the customisation it adds a bunch of tech into the car, like DAB digital radio, a 5.8inch digital touch screen sat-nav, rear view camera for reversing, rain-sensing wipers, auto-headlights and even power-assisted folding wing mirrors, that are heated.
Essentially a slightly safer version of the N-Connecta, it takes everything you can get in that and adds access to Nissan’s own ‘Safety Shield’, which includes high beam assist, road-sign tracking, lane departure warning, hill start assist and a number of other safety focused functionalities. Where the N-Connecta opts for sport seats there’s the option of heated leather seats in the Tekna.
Sitting comfortably at the top of the Nissan Juke range is the Nismo RS. Alongside enhancements that are available in the other models, the RS gets a 1.6litre turbocharged engine that offers 215bhp. There’s tweaks elsewhere in the car to overall improve performance and make it a little more sporty, from suspension tweaks to 18-inch alloys.
What Should I look for when financing a Nissan Juke?
With the release of the second generation of the Nissan Juke, now’s potentially a great time to look at picking up a used Nissan Juke first generation. There’s a good chance that there’ll be more of them available as people shift to the newer gen, which may help keep costs down.
While this sounds great on paper, there’s a few things you should keep an eye out for if you’re looking for used Nissan Juke deals. As with most cars the Nissan Juke had a number of issues over the course of its lifespan required recalls, including turbo issues that caused stalling, potential fuel leaks airbag replacements and issues with the engine start button. So double check when the car you’re considering buying was built and whether it may fall into any of these recalls.
Another notable issue the car has is with the air-con, as there’s sometimes issues with a pipe severing which could be costly to fix.
Outside of these issues, it’s always worth doing due diligence when buying a used car. Check for any signs of rust, wear & tear and always ask for a test drive so you can see what the car feels and sounds like when you’re driving it.
Used Nissan Juke Finance
If you’re interested in buying a used Nissan Juke, then Choose My Car can help you by spreading out the costs of buying a car into manageable monthly payments.
Car finance often works out as the best option when buying a car, regardless of the situation the buyer finds themselves in. As experts in car finance, our team is perfectly placed to find the best deal for you, whatever your circumstances are. Helping you to find the best way to structure your payments around your monthly incomings and outgoings.
Everything about your own unique situation will be taken into account when you’re applying for car finance, but if you want to double check what you can afford, we’d suggest trying out our car finance calculator.
If you’re ready to apply for car finance then we’re here to help you get the best deal on a used Nissan Juke today, but if you’re still unsure and want to learn more about car finance check out our guides, which cover everything you’ll need to know.