Top 6 Reasons to Buy Nissan Kicks in India

Here are the Top 6 Solid Reasons to Buy Nissan Kicks in India that will rival SUV segment leader Hyundai Creta, Renault Captur and vs Renault Duster.

Nissan Kicks

Nissan will be launching their new car in India after a long period of time.Kicks will be their all new entrant in India which would come with some class leading equipments.The Kicks SUV will replace their rugged SUV, Nissan Terrano and Kicks in India will lock horns with Hyundai Creta, Duster and Captur.The Price of this SUV is expected to be between Rs. 10 Lakhs and Rs. 16 Lakhs.So here are some of the reasons why to buy this upcoming crossover styled Nissan Kicks SUV which is also the official car for ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 which will be held in England and Wales over Captur, Duster and Creta.

Reasons to Buy Nissan Kicks

1. Powerful Engines

Nissan Kicks will get both the petrol as well as Diesel engines.Both these engines have been derived from Renault Captur.The 1.5-litre H4K petrol unit churns out 106 PS@ 5600 RPM with maximum torque of 142 NM @ 4000 RPM.This motor is paired to 5-speed manual transmission and Nissan’s CVT unit.The diesel engine is K9K dCi which outputs 110 PS. @ 3850 RPM with a peak torque of 240 NM @ 1750 RPM.Unlike the petrol unit, this engine gets mated to 6-speed manual and automatic transmission. 

2. High on Safety

Nissan Kicks will boast a number of top-notch safety features.Based on GRAPHENE body structure, First-in segment 360-degree camera, 6 airbags, traction control, rain sensing wipers,hill start assist, vehicle dynamic control, ABS with EBD, Speed Sensing Door Lock, ISOFIX child mounts, Brake assist, Front and Rear Fog lamps with cornering function will give Nissan Kicks an edge over it’s competitors and will attract a lot of customers who are concerned about safety.

reasons to buy Nissan Kicks

3. Class Leading Features

Another reason to buy Nissan Kicks in India is the availability of class leading equipments on Nissan Kicks.With Automatic A/C as standard, Kicks has some class above features to offer including 360-degree camera with lots of views which make parking in tight spots easier.Other premium features of Nissan Kicks includes Dual tone premium black and brown interior with carbon fibre finish, follow me home headlamps, leather worked soft touch dashboard and door trims, ambient lights, 8-inch infotainment system with Apple Carplay, android auto with voice recognition and other basic connectivity options.

reasons to buy Nissan Kicks

4. Spacious and Comfortable

Indian-spec Nissan Kicks is bigger and more wider than the global-spec kicks.In terms of specifications, Nissan Kicks is more than 4 metre in length at 4384 mm, with a width of 1813 mm, is 1656 mm tall and has a wheelbase of 2673 mm along with 400 litres of boot space.It is important to note that Nissan Kicks is slightly less taller than Creta but in other fields including Length, Width and Wheelbase it beats Creta by a Margin which means that it will offer more space, headroom, legroom when compared to Hyundai Creta.


Nissan Kicks interior5. Striking Exteriors

The exterior of Nissan Kicks looks striking from all angles and is supported by key exterior elements including V-shaped front grille, LED projector type headlamps with Daytime Running Lights, Floating roof with contrasting colour scheme, stylish and big size roof rails, door mounted outside rear view mirror which also houses sensors for 360-degree camera along with 5-spoke 17-inch machined alloys.Overall the SUV looks balanced sharp edges to make it look distinctive as well.With class leading ground clearance of 210 mm, Kicks has the minimum turning radius as well.

6. Practicality

Nissan Kicks is high on practicality as not only offers chubby holes and small storage areas for storing certain items for long journeys but also offer some smart storage areas to easily manage the space.Some clever storage areas include twin parcel shelf along with luggage hook even for the boot as well.

Also See

Nissan Kicks Launch Date in India Confirmed

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