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Without being overly impressive, it’s not a bad proposition. Having come away slightly uninspired from the Nismo RS Juke, expectations for this to not be as ‘try-hard’ were met.

With one of the more powerful engines in its category, it’s relatively zippy making it easy to forget you’re in a small-SUV and not a little hatchback as you can feel the turbo kick in when you start to get up it.

It gets three drive modes thanks to Nissan’s Dynamic Control system: normal, sport and ECO. Driving enthusiastically feels much better in sport mode, where the pre-set gear changes are more responsive, but the CVT feels sluggish in both normal and ECO modes. Manual shifting with the gear stick makes the drive more enjoyable as you can choose gears yourself instead of waiting for the CVT to decide.

It’s well sorted in term of handling, without much body roll, but the firm suspension can make potholes and speed bumps uncomfortable.

Also, the indicator stalk lives on the European (left) side of the steering wheel which might take some getting used to and the Juke’s lane departure warning is also eager to beep you back into your lane when flicking your blinker on a whisker too late before a lane change.

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