The first-ever Nissan Kicks exudes a distinct look-at-me attitude that commands attention and drips curb appeal. With a wealth of cutting-edge safety and entertainment technologies, the Kicks is a modern crossover that suits the needs of individuals and families alike.
Safety is likely at the top of your list of needs, and the 2018 Nissan Kicks delivers with an abundance of standard driver-assist technology from the jump. Every Kicks comes standard with Automatic Emergency Braking, which monitors the vehicle ahead of you and applies the brakes if a sudden stop or slowdown occurs, to help mitigate or altogether avoid a collision.
The further up the range you go, more advanced safety technology becomes available. The Kicks SV adds Blind Spot Warning and Rear Cross Traffic Alert, which acts like an extra set of eyes in the areas where it’s most difficult to see. The Kicks SR adds Intelligent AroundView® Monitor, which delivers a complete 360-degree view of your vehicle by pulling images from four strategically placed cameras.
Though it is a compact crossover, the thoughtfully proportioned Nissan Kicks is actually quite spacious inside. Front row legroom totals 43.7 inches and front headroom totals 40.7 inches — more than the 2018 Kia Soul, 2018 Ford EcoSport and 2018 Toyota C-HR.* The Kicks also puts the boots to the competition when it comes to storage capacity, offering 25.3 cubic feet behind the second row.* Small in size though it may be, the 2018 Nissan Kicks is truly a giant in its segment.
Inside and out, the Nissan Kicks is a distinctive vehicle that makes bold first impressions on passengers and passersby alike. These traits are enhanced even further with Kicks Color Studio®, which offers a wide array of accents and finishers to make your Kicks stand out even more. With the 2018 Nissan Kicks, you’re able to drive a vehicle that’s every bit the individual that you are.
With advanced technologies and a striking appearance, the 2018 Nissan Kicks is an exceptional addition to Nissan’s formidable utility vehicle lineup.
*Comparison based on 2018 Kicks vs. 2018 Kia Soul, 2018 Ford EcoSport, and 2018 Toyota C-HR. Base models compared. Based on manufacturers' websites.
This article is presented by Bill Korum's Puyallup Nissan in Puyallup, Washington.