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Nissan Juke n-Tec 2014 Review

Nissan is introducing the n-tec special edition of the Nissan Juke, which leads a new era in the field of in-car communication. It stands out with a custom design package and - especially - out of the enhanced version of the infotainment system Nissan Connect.

The Juke n-tec comes with a color touch-screen that can be controlled by the onboard satellite navigation system, Bluetooth interface for mobile phones and MP3 players. The key innovation is the Send-To-Car feature of Google. On Google Maps Juke owners can plan their itinerary right from their home PC, laptop or smartphone. The advanced Nissan Connect also has a number of clever additional features that make life more comfortable behind the wheel.

The n-tec comes with a manual five-speed transmission or continuously variable Xtronic CVT automatic version labeled with 86 kW (117 hp) 1.6-liter gasoline engine, followed by the coupled with a six-speed manual switch 1.5 dCi version with 81 kW (110 PS) which brings CO2 emissions of 124 g/km. Available for the first time is the ALL-wheel drive, fully variable XTRONIC CVT-M6 transmission and 140 kW (190 hp) 1.6-liter DIG-T engine.

Nissan Juke n-Tec 2014


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