The updated Nissan Juke has been revealed this week at the Geneva motor show, hinting at a potential upgrade for Australia.
While lots of people will look at the new model and ask 'what's changed?', Nissan has tweaked the finish of the V-motion grille to dark chrome, along with similar finishes for the headlight inserts and LED mirror indicators.
European 'Tekna' models also get LED fog-lights as standard, while there are three new 16-inch and 18-inch alloy wheel designs. Two new body colours – Vibrant Blue and Chestnut Bronze – add to the exterior changes.
Inside, headlining upgrades include a new Bose Personal Audio system, which features two speakers built into the driver's seat headrest, in addition to six other high-performance speakers. This particular system is unique to Nissan.
The company adds there's a "higher" grade of leather on the steering wheel, while drivers are treated to a new white-on-black information display in the instrument cluster.
Rounding out the interior upgrades is the option of two new personalisation colours – Energy Orange and Power Blue – for the centre console, air vents, door inserts and seat upholstery.
We're waiting to hear back from Nissan's local division regarding the availability and specifications of the updated Juke for Australia. Stay tuned for an update.