The Juke is aimed at people who want to stand out, so there are lots of optional extras to help you personalise your car.
Starting point for the range is Visia trim, which comes with alloy wheels, air-con, stability control and six airbags. Acenta spec adds climate control, Bluetooth connectivity and a USB socket, while our favourite, Acenta Premium, brings a 5.8-inch colour touch-screen system, sat-nav, a reversing camera and online functionality (this requires an internet-equipped phone). Tekna models are well equipped but are too pricey to recommend.
The entry-level 93bhp petrol engine is available only in Visia trim; it’s no ball of fire, but is perfectly adequate for short trips and is cheap to buy. Our pick of the range is the 1.2 turbo, which is refined, accelerates briskly if you rev it and also benefits from a six-speed manual gearbox. The 1.5 diesel is worth considering as a company car, though, or if you do lots of miles a year.