Nissan Kicks Added To ZoomCar ZAP Program

by Vivaan Khatri | 19/07/2019
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The newest car to enter the ZoomCar ZAP Program is Nissan Kicks. ZoomCar users can subscribe to this car for a monthly price of Rs 33.999.

ZoomCar, a platform for self-drive car rental, is offering ZAP program that allows users to subscribe to a car on monthly basis. Recently, ZoomCar has added the Nissan Kicks to its ZAP program. It also means that from now on, the ZAP users can subscribe to the Nissan Kick for a monthly payment without really buying it. Under the ZAP Zoomcar subscription, the users can subscribe to the Nissan Kicks, or more precisely, the petrol XV Kicks for a monthly price of Rs 33.999 for a period of 36 months. Subscribers to the program can get a cost deduction if they list the subscribed car to share with other users on specific days each month. For example, if you list the car for sharing on Zoomcar on four days per week, the subscription fee will be reduced to only Rs 13.999 a month.

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You can subscribe to the petrol-powered Kicks at the price of Rs 33.999 per month

Nissan Kicks is the latest launch from the Indian subsidiary of the Japanese carmaker. This SUV comes with two engine options, one petrol and one diesel. The 1.5-litre petrol unit churns out a maximum power of 106 bhp and a peak torque of 142 Nm, while the 1.5-litre turbocharged diesel engine can pump out 108 Bhp and 245 Nm. Only manual gearbox is available for both the engine variants. While the petrol engine is offered with a 5-speed manual transmission, the diesel engine is paired with a 6-speed manual transmission. For the time being, the Nissan Kicks is on sale with discounts that can go up to Rs 1 lakh. Nissan has been offering decent discounts to push the worryingly low sales of the SUV. Last month, only 128 units of the Kicks were sold, which is even lower than what the Nissan Terrano could manage in June 2018.

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Nissan is offering a decent discount to push the sale of the Nissan Kicks

With the new BSVI emission standard kicking in soon, it is likely that Nissan will put an end to the sale of the diesel-powered Kicks. For the time being, there is no plan for updating the existing 1.5-litre diesel engine of Nissan Kicks to meet the approaching emission norms. Probably, for that reason, ZoomCar has only included the petrol-powered variants of the Nissan Kicks in its subscription program.

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