The 2018 Nissan Kicks: A New Compact Crossover
Nissan has released a new model that will takeover the Nissan Juke the next model year. The Juke had a good run but it was time to change things up with the evolving crossover market. The two share similar body lines but I think I can say that the new Nissan Kicks is easier on the eyes with much sleeker body lines. The new Kicks will allow for some serious customization from paint schemes to an impressive audio system. It is certainly compact and nimble so it would be perfect for someone who spends most of their time within the city limits.
The Nissan Kicks has a unique appearance within its compact shell. The crossover has what Nissan calls a “floating roof” design. More or less this refers to the color combinations Nissan uses to give it an exclusive effect. The front end incorporates a V-motion grill to give it some pizzazz. Looking at the rear of the vehicle, the tail lights have some seriously bold lines that give them a 3-D effect.
You will be able to navigate safely with Nissan Intelligent Mobility. We cannot prepare for all driving scenarios but Nissan has you covered with automatic emergency braking by constantly monitoring cars and objects in front of you. You will be able to keep your precious cargo safe with not only automatic emergency braking but with rear cross traffic alert, blind spot warning, and intelligent around view monitoring. You can never keep your family too safe and with the new Kicks can provide extra confidence to your driving experience.
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What’s a new car without technology right? Apple carplay and Android Auto will allow for quick sync of your favorite smart devices. Once smart devices are connected your music will be amplified through a impressively powerful Bose audio system. When it comes time to take the kids to Grandma’s house there is plenty of room to haul everything for the day with a 60/40 split bench in the rear. The all-new Nissan Kicks is small and compact but sure to deliver with impressive style and useability