It’s back to black for Nissan’s Juke

EVER since the “little black dress” hit the catwalks decades ago, style gurus have made sure that black has never gone out of fashion.
So fashion conscious drivers could do worse that take a look at a new special edition of the Juke crossover which Nissan have launched.
The Kuro, which is Japanese for black, is a strictly limited edition to the British-built Juke range.
The car is based on the top of the range Tekna and features new 10-spoke, 17in alloy wheels which, along with the door mirrors and handles, are finished in gloss black.
Nissan say they are only producting 700 Kuro cars for the UK market, perhaps in a bid to keep it exclusive. To that end, they have even given the Kuro its own label… a special numbered plaque on the centre console.
The car comes in a choice of two metallic paint finishes – Force Red or Pearl Black.
The Kuro comes with the full range of engine options normally available in the Juke. The 1.6-litre petrol version comes in at £17,395, while the power dressers among you could well be tempted by the 190hp turbocharged DIG-T at £18,995.
The Kuro can be ordered now. Deliveries are expected to hit the showrooms at the beginning of October.