EventsNissan Bounces Back With New Nissan Juke

Nissan Bounces Back With New Nissan Juke


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Photo above: Nissan Philippines, Inc.’s Antonio Toti Zara, president and managing director; and SJ Huh, general manager for marketing

Celebrating two years in the Philippine market, Nissan Philippines, Inc. unveils the new sports car-SUV crossover, the Nissan Juke. Coming fresh to the Philippine market, the Nissan Juke is the new crossover that embodies the Nissan promise, “innovation that excites,” and will be available in the market starting January 2016 starting at P980,000.


It dons a sports car feel with its 1.6L CVT engine, its rounded windshield, its two-door illusion (the back doors are hidden in the back windows), the innovative L-shaped LED headlamps and brake lights, and top-of-the-line features. It’s also an SUV since it is able to fit six people comfortably with enough leg room and view at the back seat. Launched last October 5 at White Space, Makati, the new Nissan Juke is the future of SUV.




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