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Understanding Nissan Juke Tyre Pressure

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The Nissan Juke, with its distinctive design and dynamic performance, has won the hearts of many car enthusiasts since its debut. 

One critical aspect that often goes unnoticed, yet significantly impacts the vehicle's performance and safety, is tyre pressure.

Maintaining the correct tyre pressure is crucial for ensuring a smooth ride, optimal fuel efficiency, and prolonged tyre life.

Why Tyre Pressure Matters

1. Safety

Correct tyre pressure is essential for safe driving. Under-inflated tyres can lead to poor handling, longer braking distances, and increased risk of blowouts, especially at high speeds. 

Over-inflated tyres, on the other hand, can cause reduced traction and uneven tyre wear.

2. Fuel Efficiency

Properly inflated tyres reduce rolling resistance, which can significantly improve fuel efficiency.

Under-inflated tyres increase the rolling resistance, causing the engine to work harder and consume more fuel.

3. Tyre Longevity

Maintaining the right tyre pressure ensures even wear across the tyre surface. 

Over-inflation can cause excessive wear in the centre of the tyre, while under-inflation can lead to wear on the outer edges, reducing the tyre's lifespan.

Tyre Pressure for Nissan Juke

Maintaining the correct tyre pressure in your Nissan Juke is a simple yet vital aspect of vehicle care. 

It enhances safety, improves fuel efficiency, and ensures your tyres last longer. 

By following the guidelines and tips outlined in this article, you can ensure that your Juke delivers the performance and reliability you expect.

The recommended tyre pressure for the Nissan Juke varies slightly depending on the model year and the specific tyre size.

However, for most models, the standard tyre pressure is generally*:

It's essential to check your vehicle’s owner manual or the tyre placard located on the driver’s side door jamb for the precise specifications for your model.


Tyre Size

Front Tyre Pressure

Rear Tyre Pressure


215/55 R17 V 94

33 PSI (2.3 bar)

30 PSI (2.1 bar)


215/60 R17 V 100

36 PSI (2.5 bar)

33 PSI (2.3 bar)


215/60 R17 H 96

33 PSI (2.3 bar)

30 PSI (2.1 bar)


205/60 R16, 215/55 R17, 225/45 R18

33 PSI (2.3 bar)

30 PSI (2.1 bar)

*Disclaimer: The information provided in this article & table is intended for reference purposes only and should not be considered as authoritative or fact. Tyre pressures can vary based on a variety of factors including, but not limited to, vehicle load, tyre condition, and environmental temperatures. We strongly recommend that you consult your vehicle's handbook or contact the manufacturer directly to obtain the official tyre pressure recommendations specific to your vehicle. We assume no responsibility for any discrepancies or inaccuracies that may be present.

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