New generation of the Juke crossovers will start in 2017. That is the year when Nissan planned to launch new model, with significant changes. Not many things have been unveiled so far, but there are some valuable leaked information about 2017 Nissan Juke. However, we will have to wait at least until late 2016 to see what we get from new SUV, but Nissan will do its best not to disappoint fans and enthusiasts.
2017 Nissan Juke concept
The Juke crossover is relatively young model. It was presented in 2010, at Geneva car show, and its way is impressive so far. Its unique design offered something new to buyers, which was recognized and Juke had instant success on market. With grown popularity, sale numbers raised and it was a clear sign for company to continue with development of the crossover. That’s why we are heading towards 2017 Nissan Juke with a lot of expectations. The SUV already has its base of fans which are waiting for redesign, so Nissan will do its best to do something similar as in 2010.
2017 Nissan Juke redesign
Unique design of the Juke is going to be kept. But, many new features, lines and engine will suffer changes. The 2017 Nissan Juke will be refreshed, but we doubt there will be major change in concept. It will still be compact SUV, with a lot infotainment features, but with spot on durability and reliability. Interior will be renewed. Nissan Touch is going to get upgrade and some new features will be presented. Some rumors say new CMF platform could be used for new Juke, but it won’t change look of the crossover. People in Nissan will try to offer better price with it, but it is still considered as idea, and realization is not taking its part yet.
2017 Nissan Juke release date
Mid-2016 should be period when we expect to see new 2017 Nissan Juke. As many other things, this date is not confirmed yet, as well as the price. We can’t even predict or guess since many new features will be installed in 2017 Juke and it all affect final cost. What is clear is that this SUV will have increased production, because manufacturing will be moved to production facility in Sunderland.