2018 Nissan Kicks Safety, Size, Specs and More

2018 Nissan Kicks?
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The 2018 Nissan Kicks is certainly worth getting a 'kick' out of.

Nissan has come out with its newest addition to the fast-growing compact crossover market. Along with the Rogue and Rogue Sport, the Kicks is the sixth member of the Nissan crossover and SUV lineup.

The Kicks comes with several noteworthy safety features. In addition to its front and side airbags, the Kicks comes with Nissan Intelligent Mobility. These features provide you with Automatic Emergency Breaking, Rear Cross Traffic Alert and Blind Spot Warning. All three features help make the crossover a safe and reliable vehicle.

 

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                       Courtesy of Autoblog                                       Nissan Kicks Interior: Courtesy of Nissan USA


The size and cabin space are always huge selling points with crossovers and SUVs. The Kicks provides ample cabin space as well as best-in-class front seat legroom. According to Nissan, the Kicks has 43.7 inches of leg room and 40.7 inches of front headroom. The total passenger volume adds up to 93.9 cu.ft., making it bigger than its key competitors such as the Toyota C-HR and Mazda CX-3.

The new SUV is available in three models – Kicks S, Kicks SV and Kicks SR. Among the standard features seen in the Kicks S are Automatic Emergency Breaking (AEB), Bluetooth, three USB ports, keyless entry and Intelligent Auto Headlights (I-AH). The SV comes with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, 17-inch aluminum-alloy wheels and Automatic Temperature Control. The highest trim, the SR, comes with LED low beam headlights, fog lights, leather-wrapper steering wheel and dark chrome grille accents.

With all of these features and options available to SUV shoppers, it is quite clear that the 2018 Nissan Kicks will be a great addition to the Nissan brand.
 


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