2011 Nissan Juke

I admit that this preparation of the German H & R will not go down in history for being flashy, but for being one of the first to be made on the mini-SUV Nissan’s compact. The preparations specialist has focused on a fairly discrete changes such as reducing the height of the vehicle (some are experts in spring) of 30 mm, thanks to this: a new set of springs that improves cornering and driving dynamics at high speeds.

They have also included some pins between the wheels (of TRAK, you can see on the image side quite well) that reduces the distance between the tire and the body (or, more precisely, between the tire and fender area), reducing turbulence in the area and improving the performance also when riding fast. Logically, the downside is that it also significantly reduces off-road capability of the Juke.

The Juke, as did his brother the Qashqai, is reaping many best sellers, despite his short life and nel market. Japan has been quantified in 20,000 requests, while in the U.S. since it went on sale (early month) already has 17,500 orders.

In Europe we find a range of engines of 190 hp with 240 Nm of torque, 1.6-liter gasoline and a model 117 hp with 157 Nm and the same cylinder, in diesel engine there is a 1.5 liter dCi with 110 hp and 240 Nm of torque. In the United States currently offer only the variant of 190 hp turbo gasoline.

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