The Nissan Juke Shiro launches as a range topper for the Juke range, with white interior features and 17″ dark alloys.
All the news of late on the Juke has been the very bonkers Juke-R, but now Nissan are back in the real world with a new range-topper in the guise of the Nissan Juke Shiro.
The Shiro takes the mantle from the limited edition Juke Kuro, and builds on the top trim Tekna with cosmetic tweaks and extra options, to create the Juke Shiro.
The interior gets chunks of white detail with the centre console, door panels and window switch surrounds all getting a coat of white paint. White stitching is used on the centre armrest, leather gear gaiter, steering wheel and edges of the seats, seats which have a double layer of fabric with white showing through the perforated leather.
On the outside the Juke Shiro gets a ncie set of 17″ dark grey alloys, satin silver finish on the handles and mirrors and a gloss black finish to the B-Pillar. There’s also a new colour for the Shiro – Nightshade – although you can have any colour you want from the Juke range.
Under the bonnet there are three engine options – the 1.5 litre 110PS dCi, 1.6 litre 117PS Petrol and 1.6 litre DIG-T with 190PS. There’s also a 4WD option and – if you really must – a CVT ‘box on offer too.
Deliveries of the Nissan Juke Shiro start in March with prices from £17,695.
Nissan Juke Shiro Photo Gallery
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