The 2021 Nissan Juke is already making its presence known as the Japanese brand slowly rolls out the vehicle for sale in multiple markets. While the Philippine market still has the old Juke, the latest generation is already scoring well in terms of safety in other markets. The Nissan crossover is already entering the Australian market with high marks for safety coming in with a 5-star rating from the Australian version of the New Car Assessment Program (NCAP). Things are no different for the vehicle in other markets as well. For the European market, the vehicle has also gotten a 5-star rating from the Euro NCAP.
Where the all-new Nissan Juke excelled at was in the adult and child Occupant Protection in a side impact test and in the Child Restraint Assessment. The crossover also scored excellently in other tests further cementing its 5-star safety rating.
Lester continues by stating that “With Intelligent Emergency Braking that can detect cars, pedestrians and cyclists, Lane Departure Warning, Intelligent Lane Intervention, Blind Spot Warning, Rear Cross-Traffic Alert and so much more offered on every model, we’re happy to say that safety is not an optional extra on the all-new JUKE.”
With the next-generation Juke’s safety systems and with its new advanced and reinforced structure it's not hard to see why the vehicle was able to score so well. Its body is made from ultra-high-strength steel in key areas giving it improved rigidity in key areas and letting it absorb the energy of a crash in others. It also comes with Nissan’s Intelligent Mobility technologies as well as a suite of airbags. Aside from the front-mounted airbags the vehicle also has seat-mounted front-side and full-length curtain airbags giving its occupants a cocoon of protection when a crash cannot be avoided.