2021 Nissan Kicks review // An SUV in name onlyって人気で話題らしいぞ、見逃さないで！！
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This is a Motormouth couple car review of the updated 2021 Nissan Kicks. The Kicks stormed onto the screen a few year ago and has been a sales success for Nissan. By taking a subcompact hatchback platform and making it into a small SUV has resinated with buyers. Powering the Nissan Kicks small SUV is the same 1.6L 4-cylinder engine matched with a CVT with122 horsepower and 114 lb-ft of torque engine sued in the Versa sedan. Unlike the vast majority of SUVs, this Nissan Kicks is not available with AWD or independent suspension. What has been added for 2021 is rear disc brakes on the higher trims. The Kicks gets a bigger and bolder front grille and sporty bumpers. You’ll notice the grille expands into the newly designed sharper looking headlights. LED headlights are available on the two top trims, it comes standard with Halogen headlights. 17-inch wheels are available on other trims, 17-inch alloy wheels on this top trim.SV trim as the “Best Value Trim” for ,898 CAD/,350 USD. It comes with plenty of standard features like the bigger 8” touchscreen, heated cloth front seats, Apple Carplay and Android Auto, a heated leather wrapped steering wheel, power windows, power door locks, interior chrome handles, a front passenger seat back pocket, remote key-less entry, 17” alloy wheels and black fascia accents on the front and rear bumpers. If you do want the dark chrome grille, you can get it on the SR trim, the next trim up for ,098 CAD/,990 USD.Blind spot monitoring, rear-cross traffic alert, lane departure warning, intelligent emergency braking with pedestrian detection, intelligent emergency breaking.Kicking it up with the Nissan Kicks!
What’s new for 2021? The Kicks gets a bigger and bolder front grille. You’ll notice the grille expands into the newly designed sharper looking headlights. LED headlights are available on the two top trims, it comes standard with Halogen headlights. The Kicks comes with the same punchy engine as the outdoing model. A 1.6L 4-cylinder matched with a CVT, it has 122 horsepower and 114 lb-ft of torque. I find this to be a great city vehicle, it’s so easy to get around and manoeuvre in and out of tight parking spots. On the highway when passing a little planning is needed before you make your move, as it doesn’t offer a lot of horsepower. We are testing the top SR Premium trim with 17” black alloy wheels, 16” are standard but the other trims offer 17” alloy wheels. This top trim comes with LED fog lights, black painted outside mirrors, body-colour outside door handles (standard), black painted roof rails and a dark chrome grille. There are plenty of standard active safety features on this crossover including, blind spot monitoring, rear-cross traffic alert, lane departure warning, intelligent emergency braking with pedestrian detection and intelligent emergency breaking Fuel economy is quite good for this compact SUV, it gets 7.7L/100km city
6.6L/100km highway. That’s 31 MPG city and 36 MPG highway. Some competition to the Kicks includes, the Kia Seltos, Chevrolet Trailblazer, Mazda CX-30 and the Hyundai Kona.
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