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Book and Complete a Nissan Juke Test Drive and Receive a $100 Mastercard eGift Card @ Nissan

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First deal post - Free $100 Mastercard egift card.

Currently in three SA Nissan dealers if you book and take a Nissan Juke for a test drive you receive a $100 Mastercard gift card.

Register via popup $100 test drive link when going on Nissan Juke website or link above. Might be Australia wide, but definitely works in SA as a friend has already done test drive and received egift card.

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  • +5 votes

    Didn't they stop selling these?
    checks date to see if it's April 1st

    Maybe it was the qashqai?

    Nissan really needs to up their game on model names.

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      no, Juke is still for sale. I am not looking to buy a car, just get the egift card :-)

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        Same but i dont understand how to get the gift card??

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          The form gives you a code - you write the code down, book a test drive, and then give the code to the dealer to obtain your card.

    • +12 votes

      They discontinued it in 2020 then few months later brought out an all-new model with a 1.0L 3-cylinder engine with a massive 84 kW of power…

      • +14 votes

        So it’s ugly and weak? Haha

        • +6 votes

          Yep, it's a Joke.

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          thats a pretty nice 31% performance upgrade from my 0.6L 3 cylinder with 64kW

      • +3 votes

        Other replies say it’s a joke but back in the 80s and 90s there were a few models of cars around that had similar power figures and 3-cylinder engines. Yeah not going to win any drags but for getting around the city they’re just fine. Same with little 100cc scooters, you see lots of them around. Getting from A to B.

      • +7 votes

        The first V8 Commodore back in '78 produced 87kw, so 84kw from a 1l 3 cylinder is pretty impressive.

    • +7 votes

      This must be some kind of juke.

    • +6 votes

      Such an ugly car. But I'll suffer 20mins humiliation to collect the $100.

      • +22 votes

        You think it will be only 20 minutes? You're gonna suffer if you walk in that dealership lol.

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          Haha how long do you think they will hold me for?

          • +8 votes

            @shegeloaf: They'll go with you, and usually they'll drive at the start, then swap and let you drive once you get to a quieter area with less traffic/smoother roads.
            Then on the way back they'll be trying to see how keen you are and if you're potentially serious. Lot's of positive talking/mirroring, answering/manipulative (not maliciously just sales-ey) conversation etc..

            It's a bit of a process.

            You'll be looking at (the very least) one hour for the whole thing, and that's if you're lucky.

            If they're giving away a $100 card I doubt they'll let you take the car out on your own- but you could try I guess.

            I feel for the car sales guys who's sales managers will be forcing them to go with all the free loaders lol. What an exhausting nightmare.

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              @DisabledUser147614: Yep. Such a crap experience for the sales guys. No way would I be adding to their woes for a $100 gift card

            • +2 votes

              @DisabledUser147614: No not close to correct for this deal. They let my friend take the car on their own.

              • +2 votes

                @eddie eagle: As I said, you could try- they might let you. They'd rather have you drive the car on your own if you insist on going by yourself than have you walk away.
                If they're busy and don't have enough salespeople free then they'd probably let you take the car too.
                What's funny is that most dealerships for medium price to lower price cars really want to go with the customer, whereas more expensive makes will generally let the customer go on their own.

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      Pronounced "Cash Cow".

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    Nice one, got a coupon code for a test drive in WA.

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      Cannot find any participating dealers in WA???

  • +3 votes

    Terms and conditions:

    This reward is non-refundable. The full terms and conditions are available on the digital rewards claim site. Click on “Terms” prior to selection. Mastercard and the Mastercard Brand Mark are registered trademarks of Mastercard International Incorporated. The Prepaid Mastercard is issued by Transact Payments Limited pursuant to license by Mastercard International Incorporated. Transact Payments Limited is authorized and regulated by the Financial Services Commission, Gibraltar, Registered Office: 57-63 Line Wall Road, Gibralter.

    Test drive must occur within 2 weeks of submitting the form. Valid email address must be provided to qualify for offer. Present your unique code at a participating dealer to redeem reward e-card within 2 weeks of submitting form. Limit one reward e-card per household. It may be redeemed only once. Nissan dealership staff, family and friends are ineligible for this offer. Reward e-card is not transferable, not exchangeable and cannot be redeemed for cash. Void if copied and where prohibited or otherwise restricted. Improper use including any organized redemption campaign by any individual or group constitutes fraud. Reward e-card will be sent to the nominated e-mail address within 5 business days of test drive. Please allow a 3-5 week delivery time for the physical pre-paid card option. Reward e-card is subject to issuer’s terms and conditions. Nissan reserves the right to vary, extend or withdraw this offer. Participating dealers only.

    (see https://g.co/ng/security#xss)

    • +15 votes

      Improper use including any organized redemption campaign by any individual or group constitutes fraud.

      • +8 votes

        lol. They're saying this website is a fraud.

      • +8 votes

        Pretty big claim. They make it sound like they get to decide what fraud is when it's more to do with the legal system right?

    • +1 vote

      ahhh just missed by few secs … was gona post this … booked in victoria.

  • +3 votes

    Nice one, got a code in Brisbane.
    Will definitely have a try the Juke. It looks cute and different.
    But a little worry about its height (feel pressure in the car?) and the space

    • -1 vote

      Based purely on the engine I would stay away from this thing. 1L 3c turbo… Woooo… <100kw.

      This will feel incredibly slow if you have a couple of people in the car and are going up a slope.

      • +2 votes

        At least you can fit passengers in the back. Try that in a Mustang!!

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          I have a subie sti. Fits 4 adults comfortably :)

          • -1 vote

            @Chthonic: Can't believe someone is going to the effort to neg any comment I make lmao

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            @Chthonic: Don't know why you got negged for that. I can fit three adults and a baby seat without the front passenger needing to keep their knees around their ears in mine.

    • +13 votes

      Don’t act like your interested to us :)

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        you're*

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          Good correction. Not sure why you got negged.

    • +2 votes

      i bought it 1 week ago, height is great (get the 19"). space is great too. my friends cla amg back seats are tighter than this to give you a comparison.

      • +1 vote

        Cla amg lol, 4 cylinder

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      beat me

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        i came looking for this. ozbargain comments never disappoints.

  • +1 vote

    Do they ask you a ton of questions wasting half your morning only to tell you the test drive is only for 15 minutes so you can't actually test it, like what happens at volkswagen?

    • +1 vote

      Aren't you actually wasting their time if you're not interested in buying the car?

      • +1 vote

        I am interested. I have a 2013 passat and am looking to upgrade soon but need convincing. They basically convinced me on that day that I should shop around, and I will.

        • +1 vote

          You should check out the new Renault Captur. 1.3L turbo petrol with 270Nm torque.

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        Of course their time is being wasted. What people do for a quick buck 🤷🏻‍♂️

    • +1 vote

      They never specified a time limit for me at VW however i had two different experiences. One was typical drive you out somewhere then you take over and drive for a bit, they never gave some bs spiel though. The other test drive i wasn't accompanied and could drive solo. What a big difference that makes, i think i had the car for almost 30 mins.

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        I don't think I'd ever buy a car where they have to accompany me like I'm a child

  • +17 votes

    If they literally pay you to drive the car, maybe consider a different one.

  • +21 votes

    $100 isn't enough to drive such an ugly vehicle.

    • +6 votes

      Form their site:
      Style
      Catch every eye

    • +2 votes

      I saw a heap of these in Thailand and realised that they seem to fit in there - sounds crazy, but they seem to complement the architecture.

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      Just as ugly as a Saab and half the price.

      • +2 votes

        They haven’t sold new Saabs here for over a decade and they were a completely different class of car. It’s also obviously a preference thing but I always found most Saabs to be good looking

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          Great cars and many classes above the Juke.

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    Great post OP. I have registered in WA. Thanks

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    Got the code thanks. Can I test drive a different car instead since in the msg they didn't specify?

    • +16 votes

      Receive a $100 e-reward card*
      How? Test drive (COVID-19 safe) the Nissan JUKE at your participating dealership

      Hmmm it's pretty cyptic but I think they want you to drive a Juke

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        we would like to reward you with a $100 e-Gift Card when you come in for a test drive at Bl… Nissan. To claim your e-Gift Card, simply present this email or print your voucher and bring it with you to your test drive.

  • +1 vote

    I love the Juke, but if you don't want me saying funny things or making funny faces about your car, then you just give me one!
    We love FORD
    - David Letterman, The Late Show, Feb 2011

  • +1 vote

    Anyone have one of these? I actually really like the styling (so sue me), but don’t know anyone that has one or even has driven one.

    Probably will buy a used TI model if anything.

    • -2 votes

      Engine is a POS. Will probably feel like you have more power in pretty much any other car.

      • +5 votes

        bro we get it, you don't like the engine.lol

        • +1 vote

          He's right though.

          Honestly I'd choose walking over being driven in the Duke. Absolutely gutless.

          • +2 votes

            @soaringphoenix: Not represented as a performance Car…

          • +1 vote

            @soaringphoenix: As would I, however I know a lot of people who really don’t care about speed and performance who wouldn’t even notice.

            Also, as someone who has driven a lot of distance in a NA diesel hilux (66kw when new, this one probably had 40kw if lucky after doing a 350,000km and weighs 2.6T full loaded) im sure the Duke is adequate for basic transportation and still better than walking :-).

            • +1 vote

              @Feistl: Yeah but you have double the torque in your diesel Ute to get you up a hill. Big difference to NA engines with stuff-all torque. You're comparing apples with oranges.

        • +1 vote

          Load up the car with 4 adults perhaps, go for a drive somewhere with maybe a couple of bags. Going to feel like running is faster.

          What if you ever want to load the car up / attach a trailer filled with furniture etc? Even putting roof racks on this thing the ~75kg weight is going to make a difference. Seems like an absolutely pointless suv.

          • +1 vote

            @Chthonic: You're absolutely correct. Also go for a drive up hills and sure you'll get up the hill but it will be a struggle when you want to overtake (e.g. highway with a speed limit of 80).

            I've had a sit in the new Juke and it's tiny and would struggle to fit four adults comfortably.

  • +5 votes

    I'd pay $100 to not be seen in a Juke.

    • +9 votes

      Claim your reward, send it to me, go for the test drive. I promise I won't look.

  • +2 votes

    They've improved the design from the older Juke but still unattractive.

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    Is $100 enough to drive and be seen in a Juke? I feel like we need to negotiate better rates.

  • +1 vote

    https://youtu.be/_jdNZVqtqx8

    Looks like they do OK to me.

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      Haha I think you mean this: https://youtu.be/KHHxBaokvnQ

      11.4 seconds to 100km/h for the money you're paying, is a dead set ripoff.

    • +2 votes

      Haha was waiting for someone to bring up the Juke R.

      Would Def buy if it came with a VR38

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    How much pressure do they apply on you to buy after the test drive?

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      Expect to be hounded after the test drive , the whole point of this is to get your contact details , and then work on you until you buy one .

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        Expect to be hounded after the test drive

        Not if you give them a burner SIM number or accidentally provide an incorrect number.

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      Yeah, Homer Simpson interjected with a simple "no we shan't" and yoinked the gift card out of the salesman's breast pocket. But this is an eGift card. Maybe set up a fake ringtone and say you need to pick up the kids. And use a second SIM.

    • +1 vote

      Some years ago, we test drove a bunch of different car brands and Nissan dealer was by far the worst for phoning up every week with new offers etc. Only stopped when I said we'd actually bought a car.

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      How long is a piece of string?

      • +2 votes

        Double half its length

  • +2 votes

    I'm in the business , by all means claim the free money ( those poor dealership staff ) , but don't buy one . It will cost you much more than $100 , when you trade it in and find out how much it's depreciated.
    Manufacturers only use these desperation tactics when they have a severe issue trying to sell a particular model. You'll never see Toyota do this on a Hi Lux for example.

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      making life harder for the competition

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      Hey,

      I called up the local nissan dealer and he immediately asked me if this was in relation to the $100 gift card. I told him not really and I am looking for a car anyway.

      He then proceeded to give me a time slot 15 minutes prior to closing, because he suspected I guess.

      How likely is it that he will not give me a vehicle to test drive and tell me to PISS off?!

      Any tactics I can use?

      Thanks!

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        I've been involved with these cash for test drive promotions when I worked for a dealership , and all the sales guys HATE them , I can imagine what was said when the sales manager announced the promotion at the morning meeting , it wouldn't have been pretty.
        Because they know that $100 voucher promotions NEVER sell anymore cars . It just brings people out of the woodwork who just want free money , a serious buyer won't make a major purchase decision like a new car because he got a $100 voucher. These things are dreamt up by marketing geniuses at head office that have no clue on how to sell a car.

        So If he's booked a test drive for you , then he'll take you on the drive . But if it's close to closing time, and you don't buy , and he goes home late to his family because you've messed him around , then expect to be dealing with a very pissed off salesman.

        Do you need $100 that bad?

        • +3 votes

          $100 is $100 lol. Will pay for a month and half worth of fuel!

          But thanks for your insights!

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    Will give it a go for a laugh

  • +7 votes

    LOL $100 is not worth the next year or three of constant sales calls and spam at all hours of the day.

    • +1 vote

      Block their number

    • +3 votes

      $100 is not enough for a therapist which you’ll need after driving one.

    • +1 vote

      If you tell them you’re not interested you’re doing it wrong. Just say you decided against the Juke and put a deposit down for an high yield investment car - aka AMG c63s