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Nissan Kicks

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XL 1.5
  • XL 1.5
    PetrolManual 9,55,000
  • XE 1.5 D
    DieselManual 9,89,000
  • XV 1.5
    PetrolManual 10,95,000
  • XL 1.5 D
    DieselManual 11,09,000
  • XV 1.5 D
    DieselManual 12,51,000
  • XV Pre 1.5 D
    DieselManual 13,69,000
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₹ 9.55 Lakhs
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Nissan Kicks Key Specifications

PriceRs. 9.55 Lakhs onwards
Mileage 14.23 to 19.92 kmpl
Engine 1461 to 1498 cc
Transmission Manual
FuelType Petrol and Diesel
Seating Capacity 5

Kicks Price List in India

Nissan Kicks price starts at ₹ 9.55 Lakhs and goes upto ₹ 13.69 Lakhs. Petrol Kicks price starts at ₹ 9.55 Lakhs. Diesel Kicks price starts at ₹ 9.89 Lakhs.

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CarWale's Take

  • Good Things

    • Quirky styling
    • Loaded with features
    • Pliant ride quality
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  • Could be Better

    • Scarce dealer network.
    • No Automatic on offer.
    • Slightly heavier clutch.
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Kicks Verdict

The Nissan Kicks is easily the most funky-looking SUV in its segment and a feature-rich car at that. It also offers the most composed ride

The Nissan Kicks is easily the most funky-looking SUV in its segment and a feature-rich car at that. It also offers the most composed ride quality and the comfort levels are very good. The cabin is well assembled, and there are soft-touch materials at various touch-points. However, buyers in this segment prefer automatic transmissions over manual, and the scarce dealer network doesn’t help matters.

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Kicks Review

This is the all-new Kicks and this is the SUV that aims to bring Nissan back into the game.

Introduction

This is the all-new Kicks and this is the SUV that aims to bring Nissan back into the game. Now, we all know SUVs work in India but with everyone joining the SUV brigade, how does the Kicks stand out? To answer that question we tell you four things that work for the Kicks and two things that don’t.

Positives

Design

Now in general, a good looking SUV is defined by its boxy dimensions and muscular proportions. The Kicks is neither of these and yet manages to look quite good.

For starters, it’s quite a large car. In fact, it’s wider and longer than the current benchmark - the Hyundai Creta. The front gets the Nissan V-motion grille, a butch looking skid-plate and nicely placed fog lamps that also act as cornering lamps. However, it’s from the rear that the Kicks looks the best. There’s a surprisingly rakish rear windscreen and those protruding boomerang tail lamps round up one of the funkiest looking heinies out there. Overall, the Kicks comes across as a very smart looking car that is sure to connect with the millennials that Nissan is looking to rope in.

Interiors

The radical exteriors follow to the insides as well. The dashboard layout looks good and Nissan has used the right combination of colour and materials that make it look and feel very welcoming.

What is immediately noticeable is that Nissan has used soft-touch materials abundantly especially in the centre of the dashboard, door armrest and the centre armrest. The cab-forward design means the dashboard extends quite a bit making the cabin feel roomier. Another brilliant addition is the eight-inch touch screen infotainment system which is chiselled beautifully.

Ride Quality

With 210mm of ground clearance, the Kicks has got plenty of suspension travel and it works extremely well. Ride quality of the Kicks is fantastic and it feels extremely pliant. The suspension is quiet and goes about absorbing undulations with nary a squeak. And with such a tall stance it does not roll excessively when pushed into corners.

Features

The Kicks comes with plenty of features that make it innovative and convenient. The floating eight-inch infotainment screen does not have the best resolution but comes with all the connectivity options like Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and BT connectivity. Heck, you can even connect your smartwatch to it. You also get rain-sensing wipers, engine start/stop button and then some. But the Kicks main party piece is the first-in-class around view monitor.

There are cameras on all four sides that offer a 360-degree view of the surroundings. Different modes also allow you to choose from a list of camera views depending on the situation. This makes parking even in the tightest of spots an easy affair.

Negatives

Heavy controls

The Kicks controls feel quite heavy while driving around the tight city confines. The clutch is the first thing that makes you realise this and in choc-a-block traffic, you will be wishing it was an AT. Even the gear throw feels heavy and requires a decent amount of effort and unfortunately, the Kicks does beg a lot of shifting. And finally the steering, which again feels cumbersome should you need to manoeuvre the car in tight confines.

Lack of smart storage

The Kicks cabin lacks some smart storage. What do I mean by that? Let me explain. Firstly, there are no cup holders in the front, so the day you decide to get your coffee, you will be in a fix. Also, the centre armrest you see here, one keeps thinking it might have storage in there, but again it doesn’t. And finally, should you decide to fold the rear seats to make room for additional luggage, there is no 60:40 split and one needs to go through the inconvenient process of lifting the knobs simultaneously, which are way apart to fold the entire backrest.

Conclusion

Let me start off by saying the Kicks isn’t perfect and has its set of flaws that we pointed out. Nissan also needs to work hard on its aftersales network to make owning the Kicks a satisfying affair, but we are sure Nissan is already working on it. Overall, if you want a smart-looking SUV, that has plenty of features, is spacious and extremely comfortable, we’d suggest you head to the nearest Nissan dealership.

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Nissan Kicks Colours

Kicks is available/sold in the following colours in India.

  • Pearl White
  • Blade Silver
  • Bronze Grey
  • Amber Orange
  • Deep Blue Pearl
  • Night Shade
  • Fire Red
  • Pearl White/Onyx Black
  • Bronze Grey/Amber Orange
  • Fire Red/Onyx Black
  • Pearl White/Amber Orange
* Colours shown are indicative and may vary slightly from actual car colours.

Nissan Kicks Mileage

Fuel TypeTransmissionMileage

(1498 cc)

Manual14.23 kmpl

(1461 cc)

Manual19.92 kmpl

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Nissan Kicks Expert Reviews

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Nissan Kicks User Reviews

Dream car......

for Nissan Kicks on 13-Oct-2019 by Saroj Bhujade

Premium design inside-out, powerful and frugal petrol engine, ride quality... On the road, the kicks can be best describes as comfortable ..that being said , there is a vast...

Awesome

for Nissan Kicks on 12-Oct-2019 by Sumit Gupta

Mast car with good average and looks and comfortable driving with enough space on rear seat than creta. Drive is better and suspension is best. Overall is good car in this segment.

Awesome car

for Nissan Kicks on 12-Oct-2019 by Sumit Gupta

Purchased XLD model at 12.50 lakhs on Navratri. Drove 500 kms given an average of 19.0 with speed of 80 as the new car I drive at this speed. Looks is awesome like anything everyone is...

Off road smooth runs

for Nissan Kicks on 11-Oct-2019 by Bibin

Good to drive more comfort on off roads smooth runs gentle looks good design by Nissan engineers well-designed change engine oil by time nothing more to do Nissan back break light...

Nissan Hand break disadvantage

for Nissan Kicks on 30-Sep-2019 by Udaykumar

Riding comfort is awesome and narrow leg space ,hand break is disadvantage, pickup awesome ,ground clearance is good ,budgeted car , sound system not good , boot space is good , suv

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Nissan Kicks Price in India

CityOn-Road Prices
Mumbai₹ 11.2 Lakhs onwards
Bangalore₹ 11.62 Lakhs onwards
New Delhi₹ 10.71 Lakhs onwards
Pune₹ 11.02 Lakhs onwards
Hyderabad₹ 11.32 Lakhs onwards
Ahmedabad₹ 10.61 Lakhs onwards
Chennai₹ 11.11 Lakhs onwards
Kolkata₹ 10.64 Lakhs onwards
Chandigarh₹ 10.61 Lakhs onwards

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