Nissan creates Juke Shiro

THE JUKE is now available in a new range-topping model called Shiro, the Japanese word for white. Based on the existing Tekna model but with white detailing around the car, all the interior leather trim has white stitching. The motorcycle-inspired lower centre console, where the gear stick is mounted, is white as well. Despite the name, the Shiro can be ordered in any of the Juke’s current hues, but there’s a special additional one unique to the Shiro called Nightshade; a dark aubergine. Other exterior distinctions include dark grey 17-inch alloy wheels, satin finishes on the door handles and body caps, and a gloss black finish on the B-pillar. Three engines are available, from a 1.5-litre diesel and a 1.6-litre petrol to the range-topping turbocharged 1.6 petrol with 187bhp. Prices start from £17,695 for the new Shiro, which replaces another special edition, Kuro – Japanese for black. Deliveries will start from March 1, with all Jukes being made at Nissan’s Sunderland plant.

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