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You can find 70 different trims/engines for the Nissan Juke and their corresponding recommended towing capacity.

The years available stretch from 2013 through to 2022 and to view the towing capacity you just click to expand.

The Juke is a subcompact crossover SUV manufactured by Nissan since 2010. Originally debuted at the Geneva Motor Show, it was created essentially as a smaller alternative to the Qashqai.

According to Nissan, the name Juke was chosen to mean ‘dance or change directions demonstrating agility' and this was to reflect the ease with which this vehicle moves around in a city setting. It also obviously references a ‘jukebox.’

The first generation came out in 2010 and was produced by Nissan Motor Manufacturing UK in Sunderland and was designed by Nissan Europe, London. The Juke was mainly created for the European, Australian and New Zealand markets and has a very distinctive aesthetic, dominated by large high wheel arches.

Its overall shape referenced the popular 1960s coke bottle styling with high raised windows, piled long headlights and high side door handles on the back doors. Each vehicle seats five passengers with the ability to individually fold each of the back seats to accommodate larger cargo. The American market saw three trims but due to poor overall sales, the Juke was withdrawn in 2017. In contrast, the Juke faired well in the European markets and offered an additional two extra trim levels. A 2014 facelift saw a change in shape for the front lights and added newly styled bumpers.

The second generation came out in 2019 and was a wholly larger vehicle with extended room for the rear passengers. This newer model was based on the new CMF-B platform which was shared with the Renault Captur and the fifth-generation Renault Clio. The Juke was now 23 kg lighter than its predecessor and had a 1-litre DIG-T turbocharged petrol engine with the hybrid 1.6-litre drivetrain being added in 2022.