Nissan Kicks: Should you own this? A Short Review

Nissan Kicks: Should you own this? A Short Review

10th July 2019
"Take your Kicks SUV and explore the rugged yet beautiful part of Nepal."
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The Japanese brand Nissan has always been producing cars that are premium yet affordable. With its release of cars like Sunny, Kicks, Micra and X-Trail, they have gained popularity in the Nepalese market.

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About Nissan Kicks

The Nissan Kicks is quoted as the intelligent SUV. The difference between smart and intelligent is that the smartness comes from the effort we put into something but intelligence is something we are born with. So basically, Nissan Kicks is produced with all the necessary components to make it an intelligent SUV effortlessly. Maybe, it is the reason why Nissan is the leading Japanese car manufacturer in China, Russia and Japan and the largest car manufacturer in North America.

The company states that they are proud of what the latest version of the Kicks has become. The SUV is compact and sophisticated but very spacious from the inside. The edgy details, sharp cuts in the flanks and the boomerang-shaped tail-lamps are the few attractive features of the exterior.

Nissan Kicks Design

The doors are designed in such a way that the whole piece of the door opens and the dirt and mud in the base of the door don't bother us when we get in or out of the vehicle. The ground clearance of the SUV is 210 mm keeping you protected from scratching the base of your vehicle in uncertain terrain.

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Nissan Kicks Engine and Mileage

The 1498 cc powered engine produces 106 PS Power at 5600 rpm and 142 nm torque power at 4000 rpm. The fuel tank capacity is 50 litres and the mileage it gives is 14.23 to 20.45 km/ltr depending upon the road you are driving on. The company claims that the SUV can climb the steep hills up to 45 degrees. So you can now take your SUV and explore the rugged yet beautiful part of Nepal.

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Nissan Kicks Interior

The interior has added aesthetical value to the SUV. The leather dash is stitched and the steering is adjustable to your convenience. The 8-inch floating touchscreen looks fancy and has both apple car play and android auto for smartphone connectivity.

The buttons are placed in the hands of the driver in such a way that it does not become a distraction while driving. The seats are very comfortable and have the perfect space for the passengers to sit, even on long drives.

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The safety in Nissan Kicks

The SUV has various safety features such as ABS, driver and passenger airbags, a rearview camera, parking sensors and dual horn. It comes in seven different colours to choose from. It comes in all the basic colours so that you can choose your favourite.

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Nissan Kicks price in Nepal

The price of the SUV is NRs. 52,99,000 in Nepal. It gives a tough competition to Hyundai Creta by providing almost all the features in a low budget. Book your test drive now!

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Compiled by : Debashish S Neupane Debashish S Neupane