September 13th, 2018 by

Taking the place of the Juke, the 2018 Kicks is the smallest Nissan SUV. The all-new Kicks offers drivers a subcompact crossover with intuitive features and tons of cargo space. The first model year’s overall design is sleek and modern, with a well-appointed, quiet interior. Keep reading to learn everything you want to know about the innovative Kicks.


One of the most attractive qualities about the new Nissan Kicks is its low sticker price. It’s the only subcompact SUV under $18,000. With an MSRP of $17,990 for the introductory trim, it’s easy to move up the lineup for just $19,690 for the SV trim, and get the top trim SR for only $20,290.

The brand new Kicks is returning some of the best EPA estimated gas mileage in this highly competitive segment, adding to its value. Save big at the pump with 31 mpg city and 36 mpg highway.


On top of its budget-friendly price, the Kicks delivers even more appeal with its lengthy list of connectivity features including a user-friendly 7-inch touch-screen NissanConnect infotainment system, standard on all trims.

Upper-level models offer an even better-equipped Kicks. Opt for two USB ports, Bluetooth, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and a built-in Wi-Fi hotspot.


All of the Kick’s models are equipped with vital safety features such as forward collision warning and automatic emergency braking. Move up the lineup and get the added assurance of blind spot monitoring and rear cross traffic alert.


Despite its incredibly low price point, the 2018 Nissan Kicks comes well-equipped and offers an extensive list of available amenities. The standard equipment package includes a six-speaker stereo, automatic climate control, proximity key entry, and push-button start.

Discover the intuitively laid out dashboard, with physical buttons for features like the radio and climate control that are within easy reach. Top trims offer an optional driver’s headrest mounted, eight-speaker Bose premium stereo system that will blow you away with its concert quality sound.


With spacious seating for five on Nissan’s Zero Gravity seats, the Kicks feels open and airy and is comfortable for the long haul. Even the back of this subcompact SUV has room enough for tall adults to stretch out and get comfortable.

The Kick’s cabin offers excellent driver visibility and comes standard with premium cloth seats. Available upgrades add a bit of luxury to the Kicks, like leatherette upholstery and heated front seats.


When you get the 2018 Nissan Kicks, you also get best-in-class cargo space. Unearth 25.3 cubic feet under its hatch, and when you fold down the Kicks’ back seat, you get 53 cubic feet. You’re going to love the Kick’s low load floor that’s easy on the back when stowing bulky items.

The Kicks is a delightful daily driver that offers excellent value, fuel economy, agile maneuverability, and a cozy cabin. When you’re looking to get the most bang for your buck, Nissan’s newest subcompact SUV should be tops on your list.

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