Popular Nissan Juke gets special edition just for South Africa
Midnight Edition styling kit adds sporty sexiness to Juke
Extremely limited production run ensures ultimate exclusivity
Pretoria, South Africa (7 November, 2012). The ever-popular Nissan Juke has received a number of styling upgrades in the form of the new Juke Midnight Edition – a limited-production model designed especially for the South African market.
Complementing the existing Juke range, the Midnight Edition now offers even more choice for consumers with a sexy styling package to add further appeal to the already alluring crossover.
Midnight is the new black
Starting with the powerful Nissan Juke 1.6 DIG-T Tekna as its base, the new Midnight Edition gains styling upgrades to set it apart from the standard model. The already sexy, youthful and daring design is further enhanced by the addition of sporty black 17-inch alloy wheels, red or black spoilers and door mirrors to compliment the body colour, a front styling plate and tinted anti-smash-and-grab across all windows, enhancing the rear privacy glass already fitted as standard to the Tekna model.
The range-topping Tekna, with its 1.6-litre DIG turbocharged petrol engine, embodies the performance and sporty spirit of the Juke perfectly. Its exciting and sporty drive is personified by its 140 kW and 240 Nm output and, with the Juke’s mind-blowing looks wrapping its energetic personality in an overall enthralling package, this performance-oriented derivative speaks to the young at heart who enjoy adventure, adrenalin-filled fun, a thrilling driving experience and exhilaration around every corner.
The new Juke Midnight Edition plays perfectly into the hands of those who want to be even more daring and different in every way, with turbocharged fun from start to finish.
Exclusivity to the max
Ensuring ultimate exclusivity and furthering the Juke’s persona of standing out from the crowd, the new Juke Midnight Edition will be available in an extremely limited run of just 100 units. Value for money continues to be a Juke trademark, with the new Midnight Edition retailing for R272 500 (or R278 500 with leather) in keeping with the rest of the Juke range.
The Juke is all about individual choice and going against the grain – with global Juke sales nearing the 300 000 units mark globally since launch, it has appealed to buyers across the globe with its individuality, being completely different to other cars in its class. Recently it was announced that Nissan South Africa will enjoy an increase in supply of all Juke models leading up to the Christmas period in order to keep pace with demand.