CrossoverNissan2% by Neofiliac Team46% by External Reviewers

Nissan Juke 2 (F16)

Subcompact Crossover

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Product Overview

Nissan Juke Mk2 (chassis code F16) is an affordable subcompact crossover in production from 2019. It is available with a range of inline-3 and inline-4 engines that displaced 1.0 to 1.6 liters.
Unfortunately, Nissan's attempt to make the Juke less ugly has been futile. It remains one of the ugliest and worst-built vehicles on the market today, putting even the likes of Dacia to shame.
Most Jukes are limited to inline-3, which has horrible NVH performance and durability, a legacy of modern-day regulations and cost-cutting.


What we found

Neofiliac score 2%
  • Cheap to buy
  • Extremely ugly
  • Horrible 0-100kph time
  • Miserably low engine output
  • No independent rear suspensions
  • Poor build quality
  • Worse than Qashqai

What external reviewers found

External score 46%
  • Good handling
  • Good value
  • Excellent infotainment system
  • Lacklustre gearbox
  • Lack of refinement
  • Engine lacks character
  • Not the most practical
  • Lack of power at lower speeds
  • Not the most fun to drive

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Variants shown:
1.0 Euro6d
1.0 Euro6d DCT
1.0 DCT

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External Reviews


Reviewer score 53% (normalized by Neofiliac)
Reviewers from autocar have found:
Unlike its predecessor, the Juke still offers but one engine: a 112bhp turbocharged 1.0-litre three-cylinder petrol. The only choices you get are for the gearbox and the trim level. The Juke DCT delivered an impressive 43.5mpg over the course of our test, which included some motorway and urban driving.
  • Comfortable to drive
  • Lots of standard equipment
  • Good value
  • Lacklustre gearbox
  • Lack of power at lower speeds


Reviewer score 41% (normalized by Neofiliac)
Reviewers from autoexpress have found:
The Nissan Juke took the marketplace by storm when it arrived in 2010. It's bigger inside than before, but it's still not the most practical model in its class. Limited engine choice and a long-throw manual gearbox cement its place just behind some seriously accomplished competition.
  • Comfortable to drive
  • Decent fuel economy
  • Not the most practical
  • No four-wheel drive option


  1. ^ Nissan Juke 1.0 DiG-T 114 DCT 2021 UK review. [autocar].
  2. ^ Nissan Juke review. [autoexpress].