2012 Nissan Juke Shiro Concept Review
Nissan Juke Shiro
2012 Nissan Juke Shiro launched in Brussels Motor Show 2012. Is a continuation of Juke who have been successful and refinement coupled with Shiro. Shiro in Japanese means white and part of the new version is dominated by a number white flashes.
Nissan Juke Shiro interior predominantly by black and dark. Leather wrapped steering wheel, the gear lever and the edge of the leather chairs all feature white stitching while the seat it self features a double layer at the back of a pigeon and a white background that shows through the perforated leather. Typical Nissan interior accented white, giving riders another chance to make the Juke to suit your own personal style and taste.
Nissan Juke Shiro identified with dark gray-style 17-inch alloy wheels, satin silver finish to the door handles and mirror caps and shiny B-pillar. 2012 Nissan Juke Shiro is available in a unique color in his palette: Solanaceae, a color sophisticated deep eggplant.
Nissan Juke Shiro is available with three engine options – 81kW (110PS) 1.5-liter DCI; 86kW (117PS) 1.6-liter normally aspirated gasoline, and gasoline turbocharged direct injection 1.6-liter that develops DIG-T 140kW (190PS). All are front-wheel drive and a manual transmission coupled with a five-or six-speed depending on the machine.