Nissan has never been afraid to rock the world with its innovative designs. From the record-setting GT-R to the world’s first drop-top SUV in the Murano CrossCabriolet, Nissan has always had a penchant for coming up with something new and fresh.
When Nissan unveiled the Juke in 2009 reactions were mixed, but one thing was for sure: the Japanese automaker was willing to take a bold risk while other manufacturers played it safe with their designs.
Fast forward a few years, and Nissan sold over 5,000 Jukes in the month of February 2014. That figure is sure to climb even higher with the new 2015 redesign unveiled at the Geneva Auto Show.
The 2015 Nissan Juke hasn’t undergone a drastic change, though many of the new features are appreciated: