The Nissan Kicks 2021 is a subcompact SUV packed with a lot interesting features. It is one of the Nissan ultimate crossover with a soul of a sports car, aggressive taillights, and muscular lines. The Nissan kicks is considered to have replaced the Nissan Juke and the Nissan Tiida, it has got some changes and is now upgrades with an amazing interior and perfect tools. It is classified among excellent crossover like the Honda HR-V, Hyundai Kona and the Renault Captur. In fact, these three models just like the Nissan Kicks do have the same appealing shape and the price range seems to be closely the same as well. However, the Nissan Kicks 2021 steps a little bit up with particular tools that make it unique and worth enough for car riders.
What are the Amazing Facts of the Nissan Kicks ?
The Nissan Kicks 2021 comes in three trim levels: S, SV, and SR. Each model is full of nice materials and convenient tools with modern design. Some of these attractive specs include:
- Sportier, stylish exterior; the Nissan Kicks display an attractive exterior design with a slightly taller stance compare to friendly model like the Nissan Rogue Sport which is bigger. It displays a new rear assembly design which is more dynamic and expressive. Moreover, the double V-motion front grille is a particular highlighting fact that sets the personality of the Nissan Kicks 2021 with a captivating front shape.
- The Kicks E-power; it is an update look with redefined front fascia and tail lights. It has a larger grille and headlights and it has got through few changes affecting the bumper
- The shining 17-Aluminum-Alloy wheels; the aluminum–Alloy wheel type might be the common fact present in most of the SUV nowadays, but the Nissan Kicks 2021 steps aside with expressive wheels which made your drive unstoppable.
- Interior ambient lighting; the Nissan Kicks 2021 has five passenger’s seats with very comfortable front seats, the interior includes synthetic leather upholstery, heated front seats, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, front-seat center armrest, and a heated steering wheel. All these features are illuminated by an ambient blue lighting amazingly color and quiet attractive.
- Best fuel economy; the Nissan Kicks 2021 comes with an EPA-estimate fuel economy of 31/36/33mpg city/highway/combined, hence being the best amongst the subcompact SUVs event though the acceleration might not be that satisfactory.
Nissan Kicks 2021 engine specs and safety rating
The Nissan kicks 2021 is equipped with a 1.6l inline 4cylinder engines which releases 122 horsepower and 114 lb-ft of Torque and 34.1ft turning circle. This engine is combine to a continuous variable-speed automatic transmission with front wheel drive. Just as mentioned earlier, the engine offers an overall interesting fuel economy which makes the Nissan Kicks best in the segment of quality SUVs. As far as safety is concerned, the Nissan kicks 2021 has a predicted reliability score of 69 out of 100, which is somehow below the average according to some SUVs specialist, but there are numerous safety tools which upgrade the Nissan Kicks to a good rank. Some of these impressive safety features include the safety shield with 360degrees protection, Intelligent Forward Collision Warning; Nissan Kicks keeps watching two vehicles ahead even without appealing notifications. Intelligent Emergency braking, Blind Spot warning, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Lane Departure warning are also among the safety tools that give to the kicks the merit of safest SUV. There are several driver assistance technologies that ease your drive in a Kicks.
Nissan Kicks 2021 class rivals
The Nissan Kicks 2021 has a price range of $19,500 to $21,300, which is a little bit less than the Skoda Kushaq which is a rival with the seemingly shape. Other competitors of the Kicks are the 2021 Mazda CX-30, Hyundai Kona classified second of the best compact SUVs, the Kia Soul which is ranked at the third position just before the 2022 Hyundai venue which is announced to be out by 2022. The 2021 Mazda CX-30 is great-looking, spacious than the Kicks and more polished, quite fun to drive than the kicks and more expensive as well, but does offer frustrating options packages and lacks touchscreen, which in the other hand is found in the kicks and is of good quality. An observation of the Hyundai Kona and the Nissan Kicks shows that the latter is lightly roomier with better fuel economy and lower price compare to the former which has a better handling, choice powertrain and all-wheel drive.