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JUKE N-TEC DRIVES INTO THE FUTURE New Juke n-tec special edition joins Nissan's bestselling crossover rangeIntroduces new generation Nissan Connect system Incorporates Google®'s Send-To-Car-Technology for advanced route planningTechnology allows owners to connect to the car remotelyStriking new design package exclusive to n-tec Nissan
is taking in-car technology to a new level with the launch a new
equipment-packed Juke n-tec special edition. The newcomer joined the
acclaimed Juke range in March 2013, delivering even more style, higher
equipment levels and an enhanced Nissan Connect infotainment system
featuring remote connectivity as standard. Based
on the existing Acenta model, the new Juke n-tec delivers on the design
front with a striking new look. Riding on bold 18-inch black and silver
alloy wheels and featuring glossy black B-pillars and mirror caps, the
Juke n-tec has commanding road presence and is sure to turn heads. .The
Juke n-tec is also the ultimate showcase for Nissan's advanced range of
in-car technology. Taking centre stage is the new generation Nissan
Connect system, which is fitted as standard to all n-tec models. Controlled
via a large 5.8-inch colour touchscreen, Nissan Connect cleverly
integrates the Juke's satellite navigation system with Bluetooth
connectivity for mobile phones and MP3 players. The new version also
incorporates Google® Send-To-Car technology that allows owners to plan
and send their route to the car before they leave the house. In addition
to being more convenient, it's also safer - removing the temptation to
plot a route when on the move. The
enhanced Nissan Connect system also features a number of innovative
features designed to make life behind the wheel even easier. Drivers
have complete access to Google®'s comprehensive Points of Interest (POI)
database, and can also request weather forecasts, local fuel prices and
flight information. Nissan
has also enhanced the navigation system interface, introducing a new
'exit view' display with lane guidance, and an economy readout that
'scores' the driver according to how economically they are driving. The
smoother and efficiently they drive, the higher the score. Juke
n-tec models also feature Nissan Dynamic Control System which allows
the driver to select preferred driving dynamic modes, as well as change
other functions such as climate control settings via the central
touchscreen. Other
standard equipment includes a reversing camera with colour display,
rain sensing wipers, auto-lighting and automatic climate control and
audio with Bluetooth Compatibility and USB port. Despite
its exclusive specification, the Juke n-tec has been designed to appeal
to a broad range of buyers. To this end, it will be available across
all engine and drivetrain combinations. Buyers can choose from three
engines - one diesel and two petrol - with the option of Nissan's
ALL-MODE 4x4i intelligent four-wheel drive with rear axle torque
vectoring and Nissan's XTRONIC M-CVT transmission when ordered with the
advanced 1.6-litre DIG-T engine. The
n-tec joins the range at an exciting time for Juke. Since its launch in
2010, more than 290,000 examples have been sold after leaving Nissan's
Sunderland plant, with the figure for 2012 hitting a record-breaking
140,000 units. The Juke is now Nissan's second most popular model behind
the Qashqai.

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>and an economy readout that 'scores' the driver according to how economically they are driving. The smoother and efficiently they drive, the higher the score.Hmm, the insurance companies could have a field day with this - not to mention whether it would become a bargaining point on second hand values.
Not on the Nissan website yet.actd2013-03-05 12:43:30
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