A Limited Edition Nissan Juke – the Juke Ministry of Sound – has been launched. Just 250 will be built.
The funky little Urban Warrior that is the Nissan Juke has a new model in its range – the Nissan Juke Ministry of Sound.
As you would expect, the Juke Ministry of Sound majors on sound with a ‘Music Pack’ that includes an 8GB Apple iPod Touch (which already has a pile of Ministry of Sound video and photo content pre-loaded) and gets both the Nissan and MoS logos engraved on the back, a self-healing case, MoS headphones and VIP access to the Ministry of Sound music store.
On the cosmetic front, the Juke Ministry of Sound comes in either black or white with 17″ white alloys and matching white door handles and door mirrors and gloss black B-pillars with Ministry of Sound badging.
Inside, the Juke gets a white centre console, white door trims and white contrast stitching on the leather seats, steering wheel and gear gaiter and a cradle for the iPod Touch.
Nissan are building just 250 of the special edition Ministry of Sound Jukes, but you can have any engine in the current Juke range with added MoS goodness.
That means the Juke Ministry of Sound will cost from £17,895, but a chunk more if you want the Juke with the 190PS 1.6-litre turbocharged DIG-T petrol.