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2022 Nissan LEAF
If advanced technology leaves fingerprints, 2022 Nissan LEAF is covered in them. An extensive suite of our Nissan Intelligent Mobility features is standard on the 2022 Nissan LEAF.
It’s an experience unlike any other, thanks to the 100% electric engine. There’s the first time you accelerate and feel 100% instant torque push you to the back of your seat. There’s the wonder at the intensity of performance coming from a car with such a quiet interior. Then consider no gas or tailpipe emissions, and your everyday drive turns into something truly extraordinary.
Unleash the full power of the Nissan LEAF’s drive train every time you hit the accelerator for a rush of electric performance no ordinary car can match.
The Nissan LEAF is an all-electric vehicle, and unlike a hybrid, no gas is required. It's not a hybrid but gets the energy it needs to drive the electric motor mounted between its front wheels from the large lithium-ion battery mounted along the floor of the car. Charging is a simple as charging your cell phone: plug it in, and let it go.
It could either have new bespoke EV platforms or electrified variants of new or redesigned internal combustion platforms.
2022 Nissan LEAF Price
Starting price for the new 2022 Nissan Leaf will be $31,600. Considering potential Federal tax credit on qualified Nissan Leaf the price should be $24,100.
Nissan also is looking at using dirt-cheap, off-lease first-generation Leafs as a way to introduce potential converts to the technology. The monthly payment plus charging costs would be less than what someone would spend on gas, thus making the car essentially free. Nissan has more than 300,000 used Leafs to contend with, and from a customer perspective, everyone is looking at EVs, but not everyone can afford a new one.
Nissan's boldly-styled baby SUV is back
Nissan Juke will arrive in UK showrooms next year, complete with more interior space and bolder styling than ever before, an all new.
What is the 2022 Nissan Juke?
Thanks to its bold styling, the Juke is the smallest SUV that Nissan makes, and stands out from the crowd. It’s an important vehicle in the history of the automobile, Nissan also says, claiming the first generation of Juke, launched in 2010, pioneered the compact crossover class that is now one of the most hotly contested sectors of the new car market. Mind you, other car makers have made similar claims, the three-door Toyota RAV4, for example, was launched a full 16 years before the Juke.
Nissan’s mini-crossover has proved extremely popular and in July last year the one millionth Juke rolled off the production line at Nissan’s Sunderland Plant, whatever. Nissan said a brand new Juke is built at the plant every 105 seconds, in a press release announcing the milestone.
It’s now nine years since it first appeared on our roads, but the model is overdue an all-new version.
Nissan has retained much of its bold design, though its reworked front end is likely to put off fewer buyers, because a big part of the original Juke’s appeal stemmed from its divisive styling, its bug-eyed headlights in particular.
However, the car maker has made big changes under the skin, the new Juke is claimed to have 20% more boot space than the original model and it comes this time with much more gadgets and technology. The car is much better to drive, of course, Nissan says.
Patriotic British motorists who are interested in a new crossover may want to consider the new Juke, as the car will still be built in Sunderland, at the time of writing for the foreseeable future at least, while Nissan is a Japanese company.
What engines will the 2022 Nissan Juke have?
Nissan Juke buyers will have access to just one engine, a 1-litre, turbocharged three-cylinder petrol that produces 115bhp, from launch. As it’s the same spec fitted to the facelifted Nissan Micra we reviewed back in February 2019, regular readers of Driving.co.uk might very well be familiar with this engine. The new Juke comes out of the box with a six-speed manual transmission, like the equivalent Micra.
A seven-speed automatic is available on all trims bar the entry-level “Visia” spec as a £1,400 optional extra, unlike the similarly-sized supermini. The 1-litre engine in the Micra can return 47.9mpg on the combined cycle, but fuel economy figures will be revealed closer to launch.
The new Nissan Juke will only be available as a front-wheel drive car, it’s also expected.
Will there be a hybrid or electric Nissan Juke ?
It hasn’t said anything about adding more motors to the mix, while Nissan has confirmed the engine it will launch with the Juke. It remains to be seen whether the car maker has any plans to launch a hybrid Juke variant anytime soon,also.
The Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance is no stranger to electrified car tech, Nissan builds the pure-electric Leaf in Sunderland, and Renault is currently working on a hybrid engine for its new Clio supermini, a hybrid Nissan Juke isn’t beyond the realms of possibility, as well.
What tech will the 2019 Nissan Juke feature?
Juke perhaps unsurprisingly is a more advanced piece of kit, with nearly a decade separating the original car from the new version, the second-gen. It will feature an impressive array of safety aids, in particular.
Will come all versions with lane departure warning, autonomous emergency braking, lane keep assist, traffic sign recognition and an “Active Trace Control” that applies the brakes to individual wheels to help the car hug the inside of corners.
Available other items across the range as standard or optional extras, depending on the trim buyers go for, include: Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, reversing cameras, automatic climate control, heated front seats, Bose premium stereo system, Nissan’s suite of semi-autonomous Pro Pilot driver aids.
How spacious is the 2022 Nissan Juke’s interior?
So it’s no surprise the car maker has made big strides to improve this in its replacement, because the original Nissan Juke was criticised for its limited practicality. Being barely any bigger than its predecessor, the new Juke is now much more spacious: at 422 litres, the boot is 20% bigger than it was before, and Nissan says head and leg room have grown by 1.1cm and respectively 5.8cm.
How much will the 2022 Nissan Juke cost?
It’s not a huge surprise the latest Nissan Juke is a bit pricier than its predecessor, with all the new tech on board. The previous Juke in entry level Visia spec started at £15,520, the same trim on the new Nissan will set buyers back £17,395. For the flagship spec, the gadget-laden Tekna+ spec, price begin at £23,895.
An even plusher ‘Premiere’ trim will be available, from £23,995 from lunch. Identical to the Tekna+ trim, this version is differentiated from the other models by its race car like Alcantara fabric interior trimming, 19in alloy wheels, a claimed first for a Nissan Juke, as unique body styling and an exclusive black body and red roof paint scheme. Get your order in quick, as only 140 examples will be coming to the UK, if that’s the spec for you.
When will the 2022 Nissan Juke go on sale?
For the new Juke, Nissan now accepting orders. The end of November 2019, the car maker claims the first customer cars should land in the UK towards.
What are the Nissan Juke’s rivals?
The latest model will have many cars to compete against when it arrives on UK roads, with the compact SUV market having exploded in the 10 years since the first generation Nissan Juke was unveiled.
Main competitors of the new Nissan Juke’s include the Kia XCeed, Volkswagen T-Cross, Citroën C3 Aircross, Hyundai Kona, Kia Soul, Mazda CX-3, Fiat 500X, Peugeot 2008, Ford EcoSport, Renault Captur, Vauxhall Mokka, Jeep Renegade, Honda HR-V, SEAT Arona, and Toyota C-HR.
Nissan’s top-selling rogue sport gets a new style with a new front outlook, elongated headlights, new taillights, a VMotion grille and 19-inch wheel. The 2022 model offers an impressive list of standard features which include partly new additions and modifications of the older versions. 2022 Rogue Sport refinements is the new exterior design that offers a more technical feel. Helping provide a greater separation from its Nissan Rogue stable mate. The new front fascia features a new hood, Vmotion grille and bumper. The aggressive lighting treatment includes LED signature Daytime Running Lights.
On US market, Nissan’s operations include automotive styling, engineering, consumer and corporate financing, sales and marketing, distribution and manufacturing. The company is dedicated to improving the environment under the Nissan Green Program and has been recognized annually by the U.S.
Engine options for new Rogue
The Rogue sport wears a new outlook that closely mirrors that of the Nissan Qashqai model. It supports a new hood house that houses a standard 2.0 litre DOHC. 16 valve inline four-cylinder engine that runs 141 horsepower matched with an Xtronic CVT transmission and Eco mode switching. The exterior design makes this model superior to the early versions/competitors. The 2022 Nissan Rogue design offers a new technical feel, that is worth the pay. To make it a top model the manufacturer has included the Nissan safety shield on its all it three trims, SL, SV AND S. The 2022 Rogue also enhances the outlook of the 2020 model that included the addition of updated system with standard apple play, ProPILOT Assist technology and an audio system of nine speakers.