Which Juke would you buy today?

Non-Technical Nissan Juke chat.
jukehunter
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Re: Which Juke would you buy today?

Post by jukehunter » Fri Sep 28, 2018 11:02 am

It's a pain to fill my Mazda 6 2.0 petrol at the moment :(


Duncan22
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Re: Which Juke would you buy today?

Post by Duncan22 » Sat Sep 29, 2018 3:18 pm

I get around 40mpg for my juke 1.6 petrol which includes a fair bit of motorway driving.
I note the 1.2 juke is mention but I think that has a turbo which must affect the mpg, no doubt someone on the forum will have one and may wish to comment.
As for diesel, well not for me, I have had several diesel cars in the past (not nissan) and whilst excellent on mpg were costly to get repaired as anyone who has replaced the dual mass flywheel will know (The clutch plates and flywheel are a signal unit)


marrygold
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Re: Which Juke would you buy today?

Post by marrygold » Sat Sep 29, 2018 7:25 pm

i always thought the clutch plate and pressure plate was seperate to the fly wheel.with it being a single or a duel.
And you did,nt necessarily need to change the flywheel,but not a wise move if you intend to keep the car
what i have come across is the slave cylinder being the first problem involving the clutch and they are only £50 but
what do you do while the box is off.And i think there are also petrol cars out there with dmf


jukehunter
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Re: Which Juke would you buy today?

Post by jukehunter » Mon Oct 08, 2018 1:52 pm

Duncan22 wrote:
Sat Sep 29, 2018 3:18 pm
I get around 40mpg for my juke 1.6 petrol which includes a fair bit of motorway driving.
I note the 1.2 juke is mention but I think that has a turbo which must affect the mpg, no doubt someone on the forum will have one and may wish to comment.
As for diesel, well not for me, I have had several diesel cars in the past (not nissan) and whilst excellent on mpg were costly to get repaired as anyone who has replaced the dual mass flywheel will know (The clutch plates and flywheel are a signal unit)
Hi Duncan,

Thanks for the reply. I've never owned a diesel so not aware of how much they cost to maintain. Are the Juke diesels generally more expensive to service than the petrol counterparts?


vexorg
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Re: Which Juke would you buy today?

Post by vexorg » Mon Oct 08, 2018 6:18 pm

Diesels are normally slightly cheaper to service, no spark plugs, the rest is pretty much the same.


Duncan22
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Re: Which Juke would you buy today?

Post by Duncan22 » Tue Oct 09, 2018 8:30 am

@marrygold,
The flywheel and clutch plates are indeed seperate in most cases but I owned a ford focus diesel which had a dual mass flywheel and the clutch plates were not seperate, the clutch centre that changed the plates showed me the old one they removed and said it was one of the daftest design ideas they had seen but equally it was to their advantage as the cost of replacement cost a fortune.
I admit I have no knowledge of the clutch system on a diesel juke and it may well be they are seperate components.


jukehunter
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Re: Which Juke would you buy today?

Post by jukehunter » Wed Oct 10, 2018 10:45 am

vexorg wrote:
Mon Oct 08, 2018 6:18 pm
Diesels are normally slightly cheaper to service, no spark plugs, the rest is pretty much the same.
Thanks vexorg


jukehunter
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Re: Which Juke would you buy today?

Post by jukehunter » Tue Oct 16, 2018 9:03 am

I am now the proud owner of a Juke 1.5 Diesel Tekna (2015 plate) :D

Thank you all for taking the time to reply and advice. I look forward to contributing to this forum.

JH


vexorg
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Re: Which Juke would you buy today?

Post by vexorg » Tue Oct 16, 2018 6:11 pm

Good choice, I've got the same


Xsub
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Re: Which Juke would you buy today?

Post by Xsub » Mon Oct 22, 2018 11:35 am

Swapped my 2015 1.2Digt for a 2016 tekna Dci as the fuel consumption was horrendous
27mpg if I drove it with a feather foot.


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