The Nissan Juke promises to be unlike anything else in its class. Take one look at the exterior styling of this compact crossover and that’s obviously. But underneath its distinctive skin are a range of features that also set the Juke apart from the competition. Used Trucks Seattle says this includes its turbocharged engine, torque-vectoring all-wheel drive system, and the Juke’s innovative I-CON system.
The Integrated Control (I-CON) system is a new-to-Nissan technology making its debut on the Juke. Nissan Boston said it combines control of the automatic A/C and the three-mode drive selector — Normal for everyday driving, Sport for a more intense performance feel, and Eco for maximum efficiency. These driver modes adjust throttle response, transmission (CVT mapping) and steering feel to deliver the precise ride the driver desires.
“Juke provides an exceptional level of available technology for its segment and a special character all its own,” said Brian Carolin, senior vice president, Sales and Marketing, NNA.
I-CON serves as a central command for various functions and also provides helpful data to the driver. To see how this system works in greater detail, see the video below.