Why choose a Nissan Juke?
The Nissan Juke is the Marmite of small SUVs, thanks to its bold and unique style. First released by Japanese car brand Nissan in 2010, the Juke was one of the original crossover cars, mixing the practicality of a hatchback with the styling of an SUV.
The second-generation Juke was released in 2019, with more room inside and a bigger boot. Although it could work well for a young family, even the roomier second-gen Juke could end up a little cramped if you have lanky teenagers.
The Juke works best as a car about town. It’s light and compact, easy to drive and park, and it has a modern, stylish interior. It also includes a good level of safety features as standard, including cruise control, automatic high beams and automatic emergency braking.
It’s also one of the more affordable cars of its type and offers reasonably low running costs. So if you’re looking for a small SUV on a budget, the Nissan Juke could be a good choice. Providing you’re a fan of its quirky looks, that is.
What insurance group is my Nissan Juke in?
It depends what version of the Nissan Juke you own. The insurance group of your Juke model will depend on factors such as the engine size, the fuel type, trim, and what safety and security features are included.
Nissan Jukes can fall in a variety of insurance groups, so the cost to insure them can vary. Many models fall in groups in the teens and twenties, which means they can be cheaper than average to insure. For example:
|Nissan Juke Visia 112
|Nissan Juke Hybrid N-Connecta
|Nissan Juke Acenta (190)
Use our car insurance group checker to find out what insurance group your Nissan Juke model is in.
What affects the cost of my Nissan Juke insurance?
The insurance group of your Nissan Juke plays a big part in the cost of your annual premium, but it’s far from the only factor. Car insurance providers will also look at your age, where you live, how many miles you drive each year and your driving history, for example.
Use our comparison tool to get a range of personalised quotes for your Nissan Juke car insurance and see if you can save.Get a quote
What cover do I need for my Nissan Juke?
When you compare car insurance for your Nissan Juke, you can choose from three levels of cover:
- Third party – covers damage or injury you cause to other people and their property while driving. You’ll need at least third-party insurance to legally drive in the UK.
- Third party, fire and theft – covers your Nissan Juke if it’s damaged by fire or is stolen, on top of protecting you against third-party injury or damage.
- Comprehensive policies – covers any damage to your Juke as a result of an accident, regardless of whose fault it was, as well as the cover provided by third-party, fire and theft insurance.
Comprehensive car insurance offers the most complete protection for your Nissan Juke and it might be your cheapest option. Over half of our customers were quoted less than £950 for comprehensive car insurance, compared to less than £1,990 for third-party cover.
 51% of our customers were quoted less than £949.59 for their comprehensive car insurance in December 2023.
 51% of people could achieve a quote of £1,989.01 per year for their third party car insurance based on Compare the Market data in December 2023.
Why compare Nissan Juke car insurance with Compare the Market?
Shopping around is one of the best ways to find a cheaper deal on car insurance for your Nissan Juke. But we know you probably don’t have time to go trawling from provider to provider. So let us do the legwork for you.
We compare car insurance from 58 car insurance providers to help you find cover that works for you, at the right price. 75% of customers could save up to £301 when they compare quotes with us. So why not see how much you could save?Start a quote
 Correct as of December 2023.
 Based on Online independent research by Consumer Intelligence during December 2023, 75% of customers could save up to £301.85 on their car insurance premium.
What extras can I add to my Nissan Juke car insurance policy?
Most car insurance providers will let you tailor your policy and include extra cover for your Nissan Juke, for an extra cost. You could choose to add on:
If your Juke suffers a mechanical failure while driving, breakdown cover provides roadside assistance to continue your journey or recovery to a local garage. You may also want to add on European breakdown cover if you drive your Juke abroad.
Personal belongings cover
Personal belongings cover can save you from being out of pocket if any valuable possessions, like a laptop or a handbag, are stolen from your car or damaged in a fire or accident.
Personal accident insurance
Personal accident cover can provide compensation if you or your partner are seriously injured or killed in a car accident.
Motor legal protection
Motor legal protection could help to cover your legal fees if you have a claim brought against you after a car accident, or you want to claim against another driver.
If your windscreen is chipped or smashed, windscreen cover could pay to repair or replace it.
Lost keys cover
If your keys are lost or stolen, lost keys cover can pay for a replacement set and, in some cases, for the locks to be changed.
Courtesy car cover
Courtesy car insurance guarantees the use of a replacement car to use while yours is being repaired after an accident.
If you accidentally put the wrong fuel in your Juke, this will cover the cost of draining your fuel tank and repairing any damage.
No claims bonus protection means you won’t lose your no claims discount if you do need to make a claim.
Some of these extras may be included as standard in comprehensive policies, so it’s worth checking your options before you buy. Always read the Ts and Cs carefully so you know exactly what’s covered and what’s not.
Frequently asked questions
Is there a hybrid or electric version of the Nissan Juke?
Yes, there is a hybrid version of the Nissan Juke that offers better fuel efficiency than its petrol counterparts. It does, however, come with a somewhat higher price tag.
Is the Nissan Juke a safe car?
The 2019 release of the Nissan Juke was awarded five stars out of five by independent car safety experts Euro NCAP.
All newer models come with certain safety features and driver assistance tech included as standard. This includes automatic emergency braking with pedestrian and cyclist detection, lane departure warning and cruise control.
Is the Nissan Juke fuel efficient?
Nissan claim that the second-generation Juke can get 56.5mpg. In general, the Nissan Juke fares reasonably well on fuel economy compared to similar cars, with the hybrid model offering the best fuel economy in the Juke range.