31/36  CITY/HWY
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32.3  cu ft
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What's New For The 2018 Nissan Kicks?

The Nissan Kicks joined the Nissan family in 2018. It is a small, quick, and agile SUV that is designed to replace the Juke. With a roomier cabin, a plethora of safety and tech features, and a smoother ride, it's proven so far to be a very suitable replacement. There are three trim levels of the Kicks, and they're all powered by a 125 HP, four-cylinder engine. All trim levels can hold up to five passengers. Even the base model is outfitted with a tantalizing suite of standard and optional features (like Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, and automatic emergency braking), and the higher level trims only add to the list. If a fun, safe, and sporty car that cheerfully does errands and road trips is what you're looking for, the Nissan Kicks is the car for you.

2018 Nissan Kicks Interior

A Collection of High-Tech Features

The three trim levels of the Kicks are the S, SV, and SR. Starting with the S, standard amenities include forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking, and a color seven-inch display screen. Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are optional features on the base Kicks, while they come standard on the two higher trim models. The Kicks surpasses the Ford EcoSport and Mazda CX-3 in length, and its roomy cabin is a much welcomed amenity on longer trips or with a passenger-filled car. A flat-bottomed tilt/telescopic steering wheel, automatic power windows, a keyless entry, and a push-button start are other notable standard features on the base model. The SV adds the S's list of amenities with an LCD infotainment screen, alloy wheels, and climate control.

It also comes with a custom cargo cover. Moving up to the SR, which is the premier model, you'll get LED headlights, a custom rear spoiler, and a panoramic camera. Heated front seats and a powerful Bose audio system are tantalizing optional features. All trim levels come with multiple USB ports for keeping electronics charged and ready to go. An array of available features are offered for all trims, including roof racks, ambient interior lighting, and custom wheels. A subwoofer is an optional upgrade for the audio system, and rear parking sensors are a nice addition to enhance the sound system.

A Great Way to Get Around

2018 Nissan Kicks FrontBeneath the hood, the Nissan Kicks is powered by a 1.6L, 16-valve, four-cylinder engine. The engine produces a maximum of 125 HP at 5,800 RPM, and it generates up to 115 LB-FT of torque at 4,000 RPM. The engine has a has a compression ratio of 9.8:1. Front-wheel drive is standard on all trim levels, and it's matched with a continuously variable automatic transmission. The engine is certainly sufficient to give power to the 2,650 LB Kicks to get you wherever you need to go. Stopping power is provided by disc brakes in the front and drum brakes in the rear.

Safety Features of the Nissan Kicks

2018 Nissan Kicks 17 Inch WheelsSafety is definitely a priority in the Kicks, where even the base model is packed with an impressive list of features. One highlight of the base model is intelligent headlights that follow your path as you're driving along. It also has automatic emergency brakes, which help stop the car if it appears that a collision is unavoidable. There's also a camera to help you back up safely. Cruise control rounds out the base model's list of safety technology. The SV adds a driver assistance package, rear cross-traffic alert, and a blind spot monitoring system that produces an audible alarm when vehicles are in or approaching your blind spot. Along with everything else, an advanced security system and an auto-dimming rearview mirror are additional safety features that you'll get with the SR.

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