Nissan Kicks 2019: Reasons To Look Forward The Kicks SUV
Nissan Kicks is all set to be launched in January 2019. Here are some reasons why it is worth to longing for.
Nissan Kicks will go on sale in early 2019. By now, the images and other specifications have been revealed. All appears to be very attractive: from the full list of equipment, good-looking exterior to the powerful engines. Here are five specific reason why Nissan Kicks is a worth-looking-for model in 2019.
1. Good road presence
The India-spec Kicks still manages to keep its impressive look and a good road presence. Some key factors that contribute the appeal of the new Kicks include LED projector headlamps with LED DRL, floating roof, dual tone scheme, roof rail and alloy wheels.
India-spec Nissan Kicks gets a stylish looking with dual tone paint and good road presence
India-spec Nissan Kicks is built on a new platform which also underpins the Renault Captur. As the result, the Kicks has grown bigger, compared to the international version. Specifically, it is 89mm longer, and 66mm taller. What’s more, it is bigger than most of the SUVs from its segment like Hyundai Creta or Maruti S-Cross. With the greater dimension, the Kicks offers more interior space, especially at the back seat.
The interior of the Indian-bound Kicks will be more spacious than the international version
3. Segment-leading features
Nissan Kicks is getting some segment-leading and unique features. Here are some premium goodies that are offered on the Kicks
Leather-wrapped steering wheel
MID instrument cluster with an analogue speedometer
A 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system
Around View Monitor (AVM)
Considerably, the AVM system is the first-in-segment feature that which would be segment-first. AVM catches the full-degree view surrounding the car, allowing drivers to manoeuvre more comfortably and easily.
Nissan Kicks is packed with a long list of features
4. Fully-loaded safety kit
First of all, it is worth mentioning that the Kicks is built with GRAPHENE Body Structure, allowing the Kicks to be more resilient and stronger in case of a collision.
Along with that, the Kicks comes with a feature-rich safety kit which includes some following techs:
ABS with EBD
Brake assist (BA)
Electronic stability control (ESC)
Hill start assist
Rear parking sensors
ISOFIX child mounts
Get to know more about Indian-bound Nissan Kicks here.
5. Powerful engines
Last but not least, the Kicks is powered by either a diesel engine or a petrol engine. These motors also powered the Renault Captur. The 1.5-litre, 4 cylinder petrol engine could put out 106bhp and 142Nm while the 1.5-litre diesel engine is good for 110bhp and 240 Nm. The transmission option available includes a 5-speed MT and X-Tronic CVT gearbox for the petrol engine and 6-speed manual or 6-speed AMT for the diesel engine.
Nissan Kicks SUV to be Launched in India on January 2019!!
The SUVs segment is going to its golden era with more new models to arrive than ever. The Nissan Kicks is also a new player in the game, but with all the goodies that it provides, the Kicks clearly makes a strong case for itself.