Nissan Reveals Two Juke Special Editions

Juke Special Editions

Today, Japanese carmaker has announced not one, but two special editions of the Juke, which is bound to please Richard Hammond. They are the Tekna Pulse and N-Connecta Style, which will be priced from £20,700 and £18,755 respectively. What does each model offer you though? Let’s take a closer look.

Tekna Pulse

With only 1,500 models being produced, the Tekna Pulse is very much aimed at music lovers. This is because it features an uprated sound system, which is bound you make your tunes even more rich and bassy – hmm bass (Homer Simpson-style dribbling starts). The special 6 speaker system is supplied by French audio specialist Focal, which uses materials polyglass and aluminium.

The car itself will be offered in a choice of either two colours – Metallic Black or Dark Grey (very imaginative colours). No matter which colour you choose, it will be complemented by the black styling pack. This adds chunky 18″ alloys with black inserts, to make the car look even meaner. Inside the car you’ll be greeted with sports pedals, luxury floor mats and lovely leather seats. The car starts from £20,700 and will be available with either a petrol or diesel engine.

N-Connecta Style

The N-Connecta Style on the other hand is all about style – as the name suggests. It serves as an extension to the usual N-Connecta grade. The trim features exterior and interior styling packs, meaning it will be one of the sharpest Jukes out there – although Hammond will still hate it.

This means it will feature colour co-ordinated bumpers and headlight finishers, mirror covers and 18″ alloy wheels finished in Tokyo Black. The Tokyo Black theme continues inside as the trim is finished in the same tone and is joined by premium sports seats. Xenon headlights also come as standard and the price fro the N-Connecta Style starts from £18,755 with either a petrol or a diesel engine available.


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