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It will be Easier to Make 2015 Nissan Juke Your Own via New Options


The Juke is a supermini-based car with some off-road cred, an alien face and most recently, 370Z headlights. Nissan didn’t even try very hard to make it attract attention, with the fairly subtly facelifted model revealed in Geneva.

However, it’s not the new headlights that they are most keen to bring out, but rather the multitude of new paint finish options, alloy wheel designs and special design touches; personalization.

On offer with the revised model will be Special Personalization Packs, to which future buyers will be able to mix and match different other separate options to really be able to create a unique Juke like no other (at least visually).

We’re curious to see if these allow owners to get their cars wrong, and have mirrors that clash with the calipers and a different colored rear spoiler with a totally inappropriate interior color – if this were true, then it’d mean these personalization options actually gave choice and not only of the apparent kind…

By Andrei Nedelea

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