Admit it; the Juke is definitely a head-turner. However, Nissan Philippines, Inc. (NPI) takes this further by adding kits that complement its sporty appeal. Make way for the Juke N-Sport.
It was revealed at the 6th Philippine International Motor Show, along with Nissan’s impressive model lineup and the legendary GT-R. With that in mind, we have to say, that aside from the GT-R, the Juke N-Sport got our attention.
The first thing you’ll notice about the Juke N-Sport is the black racing stripes found on the hood and at the back. It also gets additional decals at the side. These additional visuals suit the Solar Yellow color variant and adds character to the whole active, sporty, and playful demeanor of the vehicle.
This is then further boosted by the rear spoiler, which perfectly fits the downward sloping roofline of the Juke. Add the silver front and rear under protector and you got yourself a vehicle that looks like it’s ready to take on the track.
Furthermore, an ‘N-Sport’ badge is also added at the back for a definite identity of this pimped up variant. The vehicle also comes with new exhaust pipe.
There is not much of an upgrade inside except for the illuminated door plates that are visible when you open the doors. Moreover, an armrest was added to the center console for convenience.
As for the engine, it will still be powered by the same 1.6L power plant that can churn out 116 hp and 154 Nm of torque, mated to a continuously variable transmission (CVT).
The Nissan Juke N-Sport is available at a price tag of P1,039,000.
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