Nissan has announced pricing and specifications for the new Juke and X-Trail.
The new model will replace the original that has seen global sales in excess of 500,000 units.
Arriving in dealerships in July, new Juke will start from £13,420 for the entry level 1.6 94PS in Visia spec.
Across four equipment grades the price rises to a maximum £22,670 for the range topping Tekna.
Additionally, a 'premium' upgrade is available on the Acenta which will see prices rise to £21,370 for this mid-range model.
Arriving at the same time, the X-Trail will start from £22,995 for the entry-level 2WD Visia - £2,600 less than its predecessor.
The 2WD Acenta, expected to be the most popular model costs £24,795, £800 less than the outgoing model.
From launch, the new X-Trail will be available in four grades – Visia, Acenta, n-tec and Tekna. The dCi 130 4WD Tekna is the most expensive at £31,695.