Nissan Juke Has a New Flexible Diesel Engine

Nissan Juke Has a New Flexible Diesel Engine

OneShift Editorial Team
OneShift Editorial Team
12 Jun 2013

The technical changes include, a revised piezo-electric fuel injection nozzles with a more precise spray pattern for better combustion and a new, more responsive, low-inertia geometry turbocharger fed by a more direct air intake path. Other changes include a new thermostatically controlled variable displacement oil pump which reduces internal friction by adapting automatically to the engine’s needs and oil viscosity.

The new diesel features low friction enhancements including diamond-like carbon (DLC) coatings for the tappets and now also features Nissan’s automatic Start/Stop system. With highly efficient smart management technology the engine restarts within 0.5sec of the clutch being engaged. Reduced combustion noise further enhances the unit’s overall refinement.

The best-selling model is expected to be the n-tec, which showcases new technology such as the latest Nissan Connect Communication Centre. As well as new navigation software and a 5.8-inch colour touch screen, the system incorporates advanced features such as Google Send-To-Car, which allows an owner to plan a journey on their PC or tablet at home or in the office and then send the instructions to the car ahead of the trip.

Take a closer look at the Nissan Juke in our gallery.

Credits: Oneshift News Team

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