2018 Nissan KICKS - English Review | Nissan Dubai

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2018 Nissan Kicks Review

Base MSRP range $17,990 – $20,290 Nissan is replacing the funky-looking Juke with the Kicks, an all-new entry in the growing segment of subcompact SUVs. Unlike the Juke, the Kicks won't offer a turbo engine or all-wheel drive. It's really a budget car designed to appeal to those customers who would normally buy a Nissan Sentra or Versa Note but are attracted to a more versatile and fashionable SUV styling. The Car Connection Expert Review Likes Distinctive styling Standard automatic emergency braking City-size dimensions Dislikes Decidedly short on power No AWD? Could be a great value The 2018 Nissan Kicks is a high-riding compact hatchback, but its spec sheet doesn't look very thrilling. The 2018 Nissan Kicks is a far more conventional crossover than its Juke predecessor. That doesn't mean it's a dullard in the looks department, though. On sale in other parts of the world for the last few years, the 2018 Kicks arrives here in the U.S. with dramatic styling not matched by underhood muscle. With just 125 horsepower from its naturally aspirated, 1.6-liter inline-4 engine shuttled to the front wheels via a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT), the Kicks could probably use a kick in the pants. We'll know more when we drive one soon, but 125 hp and 115 pound-feet of torque puts the Kicks among the least-powerful new cars sold in the U.S. At least initially, the Kicks will not be offered with all-wheel drive. Underneath, a strut-type front suspension and a twist-beam rear axle are economy-car grade. Base versions of the Kicks ride on 16-inch steel wheels, while uplevel SV and SR trims feature 17-inch alloys. Where the crossover stands out is in the looks department. A gaping grille up front and the illusion of a floating roof line help the Kicks avoid the awkward, frog-like appearance of the Juke. From head-to-toe, the Kicks stretches just 169.1 inches, which puts it about three inches shorter than the more bulbous Rogue Sport. The Kicks is just 69.3 inches wide and stands a mere 62.4 inches tall, splitting the difference between subcompact hatchbacks and small crossovers. The sharp uptick to the crossover's belt line ahead of its rearmost roof pillar may cut into rearward visibility, but higher-spec models include blind-spot monitors and a rearview camera is standard on all trim levels. Inside, the Kicks is more conventional. It's technically a five-seater, but the back seat is far more appropriate for two than for three passengers. Front seat riders are treated to supportive seats wrapped in fabric; no leather upholstery is available, further emphasizing the Kicks' entry-level positioning. Rear seat space may be predictably tight, but the cargo area is a surprisingly commodious 25.3 cubic feet with the split-folding second row upright. That's a figure closer to what we'd expect to find in a compact crossover and not a subcompact like the Kicks. The Kicks will be available in S, SV, and SR trim levels. Aside from a few minor options, most Kicks buyers will need only to pick their color and price point. All Kicks crossovers will come standard with automatic emergency braking, automatic headlights, and Bluetooth connectivity. SV trims add Apple CarPlay and Android Auto displayed via a 7.0-inch screen for infotainment, plus alloy wheels, automatic climate control, and keyless ignition. Topping the lineup is the Kicks SR that includes some appearance upgrades like LED accent lights and LED low-beam headlights plus a surround-view camera system, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and heated exterior mirrors. A Premium Package for the SR adds Bose-branded audio, heated front seats, and a few other goodies. The 2018 Nissan Kicks costs $18,965 to start, and runs up to $21,265 for an SR-equipped version. Full Review https://www.thecarconnection.com/overview/nissan_kicks_2018 "SUBSCRIBE NOW"

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2018 Nissan Kicks | Depth in Review | Complete Specifications, Comparison, Review | THE CAR

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2018 Nissan KICKS - Features and Benefits

Nissan’s new entry-level crossover, the Kicks, is going on sale very soon and customers will be able to order it with a starting price of $17,990 for the base Kicks S with front-wheel drive. Actually, the sixth member of the brand’s SUV/crossover family won’t be offered with an AWD system, at least not for now. Kicks S FWD: $17,990 USD Kicks SV FWD: $19,690 USD Kicks SR FWD: $20,290 USD The Kicks will be available in three trim levels, S, SV, and SR, all powered by a 1.6-liter 16-valve, four-cylinder naturally aspirated gasoline motor, generating 125 horsepower (93 kilowatts) and 115 pound-feet (156 Newton-meters) of torque. The power is channeled to the front wheels through a “smooth” Xtronic CVT gearbox. This setup provides a combined fuel consumption of 33 miles per gallon. Customers will be able to choose from seven exterior colors, plus five two-tone options, three of which featuring a black contrasting roof. Nissan says the crossover has one of the largest load areas in its class and, regardless of the trim level, all Kicks models get Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, automatic emergency braking, and Rearview Monitor. The SR range-topper, starting at $20,290, also comes with a 360-degree camera, blind spot and cross traffic alerts, LED headlights, and a Bose stereo system with speakers into the driver seat headrest. The Kicks is Nissan’s first new nameplate launched in the United States in the last eight years. It joins the company’s Rogue and Rogue Sport SUVs, which are among the best-selling models in their segments. Source: Nissan Subscribe now : https://goo.gl/M7yJtf Follow us Facebook : https://www.fb.me/4drivetime twitter : https://twitter.com/4Drivetime

2018 Nissan Kicks SR - Full Hands On Review

The all-new 2018 Nissan Kicks SR, full review and test drive, NOW AVAILABLE at Kingston Nissan! Tyler of Kingston Nissan and CarOne gets a hands on demo of the 2018 Nissan Kicks, now available at Kingston Nissan. Going over specs and appearance, Tyler gives us the facts and his honest opinion on the features and functions of this SR fully loaded Kicks! Come check it out and go for a drive yourself NOW at Kingston Nissan! 775 Gardiners Rd, Kingston, ON http://www.kingstonnissan.com/ https://bit.ly/2l4lMDy (2018 Kicks Build Page) BOOM! ________________________________________________________ CHECK OUT OTHER 2018 NISSAN REVIEWS... 2018 Rogue ... https://youtu.be/6lBjYTFRJrc 2018 Frontier... https://youtu.be/6f7HYcoWWTY 2018 Leaf... https://youtu.be/tv1ltQNLlaY

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