Nissan Juke Hatch Leasing
The Juke was built on Nissan's B platform, which it shared with the Nissan Micra. The 2014 refreshed version of the Juke featured updated styling elements and improved technology, both externally as well as internally gaining a new infotainment system and improved materials. The Nissan Juke has a distinct and unconventional shape as a compact crossover SUV with a relatively high ground clearance, giving it a slightly elevated stance. With a sense of forward motion, that comes from its sculpted, muscular lines that sweep upward and rearward giving it a sporty and elegant appearance.
The Nissan Juke is a compact crossover SUV that was initially introduced by the Japanese carmaker in 2010. Designed as a sporty and unconventional vehicle, it was aimed at a younger and more adventurous demographic.
The Nissan Juke as a lease car is aimed at younger buyers, those living in cities who value its manoeuvrability and visibility – thanks to its elevated driving position – and those who appreciate the Juke's distinctive design and want a car that makes a statement. It will also appeal to tech enthusiasts as it usually incorporates many innovative technological features, such as advanced infotainment systems, smartphone integration and driver-assistance support. The Nissan Juke is available with 1.0- to 1.6-litre engines with different power outputs and levels of fuel efficiency depending on the model year and the boot capacity ranges from 350 to 400 litres, although folding the rear seats will significantly increase the luggage carrying area. Gateway2Lease are pleased to offer both petrol and hybrid petrol versions of the Nissan Juke for personal lease as well as business lease deals for companies that want to get their sales team on the road in these striking and popular vehicles.
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Why you should lease a Nissan Juke
There are a vast number of people who can benefit from the lease of a Nissan Juke vehicle. Leasing a Nissan Juke allows budget-conscious people to keep track of their finances, as a lease deal will mean lower monthly payments rather than trying to find a vast sum upfront or manage financing payments to purchase the car outright. Leasing a Nissan Juke is also an attractive option for those who like to drive newer cars and benefit from newer technology and driving features as a lease will provide that opportunity – at the end of the contract you simply trade it in for a newer model without the hassle of having to sell a second-hand car. Those who commute in a city environment or travel for business purposes will also benefit from a Nissan Juke lease deal, as it provides a versatile and manoeuvrable vehicle, and a business lease may well be tax deductible not to mention the energy and tax savings of a hybrid car when running on electricity instead of combustible fuel sources. Similar makes and models of the Nissan Juke are the Toyota C-HR, Hyundai Kona, Mazda CX-3, Kia Soul, Peugeot 2008 and the VW T-Cross all of which fit the segment of being compact crossover SUVs. Before committing to a lease deal on the Nissan Juke it is important to consider all the elements of each car's specifications and characteristics as well as your own preferences and budget.
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Advanced airbag system – a variety of different airbags to provide protection in a collision.
Anti-lock braking system (ABS) – preventing wheel-lockup in emergency braking.
Electronic stability control (ESC) – helps the driver maintain control in challenging driving conditions.
Traction control system (TCS) – works in conjunction with ESC to prevent wheel spin during acceleration, especially on slippery surfaces.
Vehicle dynamic control (VDC) – helps to correct oversteering by adjusting engine output and applying individual brakes.
Brake assist – detects emergency braking situations and provides additional brake force to reduce stopping distances.
Tyre pressure monitoring system
Lane departure warning
Blind spot warning