In case you didn’t know, Nissan has a new crossover debuting this year. The Kicks is set to arrive at dealerships around the globe by June of 2018 and we couldn’t be more excited about it. As a replacement for the somewhat quirky JUKE, the Kicks will be the newest compact crossover SUV in Nissan’s lineup, joining the Rogue and Rogue Sport. Keep reading to get more initial information on the 2018 Nissan Kicks.
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Nissan Kicks specifications
Style is the first thing that should come to mind when you see photos of the brand new Kicks. Loosely based on the JUKE, it offers a more contemporary and subtle design that is sure to wow pedestrians. What’s more important is the crossover’s specs and mechanical details. Check out our table below for more details.
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Nissan Kicks technology
You would expect a car debuting in 2018 to be loaded with modern technology. The Kicks comes with NissanConnect®, an innovative infotainment system. This system can do everything from call or text others to access social media to utilize navigation technologies. Bose Audio, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and more are all integrated into the new Nissan Kicks so your ride will be as advanced and fun as any. The Kicks also features many advanced safety technologies like automatic braking, forward collision warning, rear cross traffic alert, blind spot warning, and the intelligent AroundView® monitor.
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*Actual mileage may vary with driving conditions – use for comparison only.