Nissan Kicks price indicates it is here to challenge the Hyundai Creta and Renault Captur, could be gamechanger for Nissan
Nissan has launched its much awaited SUV Kicks in India. The Nissan Kicks price has been revealed at Rs 9.55 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The Nissan Kicks price ensures it will challenge tough rivals like Hyundai Creta and Renault Captur. Also, the Nissan Kicks could prove to be a gamechanger for the Japanese brand that has been suffering from lacklustre sales performance for quite some time.
Nissan Kicks SUV is based on the B0 architecture and it appears bearing the legacy of the automaker. This new D-segment SUV’s delivery will commence from late January. Interestingly, Nissan brings the Kicks in India in a bigger and better avatar compared to the international market-spec model. Yes, dimensionally it is longer and wider. Apart from that, it is fully equipped as well.
All the variants of Nissan Kicks come with dual front airbags, LED daytime running lights, height adjustable driver seat, electrically adjustable mirrors with integrated indicators. Climate control with rear AC vents, an 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system ensures a premium vibe along with a 360-degree camera. So far, keeping these features in mind, the Nissan Kicks price seems justified.
On the powertrain front, Nissan Kicks is available in both petrol and diesel options. A 1.5-litre petrol engine and a 1.5-litre diesel motor are there on duty. The diesel motor churns out 108 bhp of peak power 240 Nm of peak torque. A 6-speed manual gearbox does transmission duty. It comes with 3 years of warranty, 24×7 roadside assistance for 3 years.
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Nissan has been struggling with low sales performance for quite some time. Now, the brand is gearing too turn around with new and advanced technology equipped products. The Nissan Kicks comes as part of that strategy only. Keeping pace with Nissan’s aim the Kicks SUV comes equipped with loads of advanced technology. So far, with this SUV, Nissan is trying to come back in the mainstream fight.