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Mike Stevens | Oct, 23 2014 | 6 Comments

Darkness is rapidly rolling across the country, it seems, as yet another ‘black edition’ hits the Australian market.

Joining other blacked-out models from the likes of Toyota, Holden, Volkswagen and Jeep, Nissan has now launched a special ‘Midnight Edition’ pack for its compact Juke SUV.

Widely advertised in recent weeks, the Juke Midnight Edition (“fun starts at midnight,” the billboards assert) adds a number of black styling highlights.

Available with the Juke ST and ST-S models, the Midnight Edition pack includes a black finish to the 17-inch alloys, roof spoiler, headlight finishers and mirror caps. Inside there’s new Juke-branded carpet floor mats.

The styling tweaks are rounded out with a Midnight Edition badge and a free upgrade to premium paint - normally a $495 option.

As with the regular models, the Midnight Edition ST is powered by an 84kW/158Nm 1.6 litre engine, while the ST-S version gets a 140kW/240Nm turbocharged 1.6 unit.

A five-speed manual is standard in the ST while the sportier ST-S gets a six-speed manual. Both ST and ST-S are 2WD drive.

Pricing for the Midnight Edition models starts at $24,990 drive-away.

 
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