Nissan Juke becomes fourth Sunderland-built model to hit one million​

The one millionth Nissan Juke has now been produced at Nissan’s Sunderland Plant. It’s success started eight years ago after creating compact crossover segment. Now the plant produces one new Juke every 105 seconds on average.

The Juke is known for its sporty styling and now has a host of interior and exterior personalisation choices. You can now pick from over 23,000 different versions of the Juke thanks to all the options and possible personalisation combinations.

Kevin Fitzpatrick, Senior Vice President Manufacturing, Supply Chain Management and Purchasing, Nissan Europe, said: “Reaching the one million milestone is a fantastic achievement for any model.

“Eight years ago, we had never seen anything like the Juke before – it created an entirely new segment and brought a distinctive never-seen-before look to the market. Fast forward to today and we have one million customers and Juke remains the segment leader.

“It’s terrific to see that the 2018 model, with all its improvements and personalisation options, is as popular as the version that rolled off the line for the first time in 2010.”  

Juke is the fourth Nissan model to have hit seven figures at the Sunderland Plant, following the Qashqai (+3m), Micra (2.4m) and Primera (1.5m).

The latest Juke model has been enhanced with more premium features including a striking new dark chrome V-motion, dark headlamp interior and dark turn indicators. LED fog lamps are also now standard from Acenta grade. Other key highlights include personalisation options, BOSE Personal sound system, intelligent around view monitor and blind spot warning system.