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Road test: Nissan Juke 1.5 DCI N-Tec car review

BIK List Price
Nissan Juke BIK list price
BIK Percentage
Nissan Juke BIK Percent
Nissan Juke CO2
Combined MPG
Nissan Juke MPG


The rivals

  • Vauxhall Mokka 1.7 CDTi Tech Line
  • Peugeot 2008 1.6 e-HDI Allure 5dr
  • Fiat 500L 1.6 Multijet 105 Easy

P11D price

The Juke has the second lowest P11D  value here – £199 more than the 500L – but is more than £50 cheaper than the 2008 and Mokka.

500L     £17,435
Juke    £17,634
2008    £17,690
Mokka    £17,694

Tax and CO2

Thanks to its revised engine and the addition of stop-start, the Juke has the lowest emissions, but is closely followed by the 2008.

Juke    104g/km/15%
2008    106g/km/16%
500L     117g/km/18%
Mokka    120g/km/19%

Fuel costs

The Juke and 2008 have identical fuel costs. Over 80,000 miles they are nearly £900 cheaper than the Mokka and 500L

Juke    8.9ppm/£7,120
2008    8.9ppm/£7,120
Mokka    10.01ppm/£8,008
500L     10.01ppm/£8,008

Running costs

It’s a tie again between the Juke and the 2008 with nearest rival the 500L costing £1,064 more over 80,000 miles.

Juke    28.27ppm/£22,616
2008    28.27ppm/£22,616
500L    29.6ppm/£23,680
Mokka    30.15ppm/£24,120

Leasing rates

The Juke is outright winner on leasing rates, Contract hire rates from www.comparecontracthire.com

Juke    £245 (Alphabet)
2008    £268 (Hitachi)
500L    £273 (Fleethire)
Mokka    £284 (Alphabet)


Although its looks won’t appeal to everyone, and the Mokka and the 2008 are slightly more spacious, the Juke is the best all-rounder.

Winner: Juke

Top Speed
Nissan Juke Top Speed
VED band
Nissan Juke Ved
Fuel Type
Nissan Juke Fuel Type
Residual Value
3 Year 60k : £7,152
4 Year 80k : £5,875
Running Cost (ppm)
3 Year 60k : 30.27
4 Year 80k : 27.82

CO2 emissions and fuel consumption data correct at time of writing. The latest figures are available in the Fleet News fuel cost calculator and the company car tax calculator.

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