2019 Nissan Kicks Model Review

31/36  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
8.3  Sec.
0-60 MPH
4
Doors
5
Seats
25.3-32.3  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New For the 2019 Nissan Kicks

The 2019 Nissan Kicks is the the company's newest sub-compact, crossover SUV. The Kicks replaces the Juke and has several new and different features worth mentioning. With greater cargo and passenger space, improved maneuverability and greater fuel economy than its predecessor, the Kicks also offers a customizable interior. The Kicks' appearance is streamlined, offering a more rugged sensibility than the Juke. The SUV has a definite crossover appearance but is compact enough for city driving and parking.


2019 Nissan Kicks Interior

What Features and Options are Available for 2019?

Three trim styles are offered. The basic S trim includes a glossy black roof, 16-inch wheels and cloth seats. All styles are front wheel drive. Upgrade to the SV for more features like 17-inch alloy rims, a 7.0 digital display, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, traffic alert sensors and two-tone exterior paint options. The SR trim has the same features as well as synthetic leather seating options. Upgrade with packages like exterior and interior electronics that include ambient lighting, rear sonar and ground lighting. Other options include a rear spoiler, illuminated kick plates, a cargo load floor, carpeted interior, and a Rockford Fosgate audio system.

The appearance of the Kicks appeals to sporty lovers of the outdoors and its exterior package promises to support that lifestyle. Featuring crossbars and a rear bumper protector the SV and SR version provide outdoor necessities. In addition, the vehicle has enough room to comfortably seat four adults. With that and its large cargo capacity, the Kicks can handle road trips, lake camping trips and other outdoor activities.

Music lovers can amp it up and purchase the SR premium package to experience heated seats, a premium security system and a Bose Personal Plus audio system with eight speakers and an amplifier.

2019 Nissan Kicks Performance & Power

2019 Nissan Kicks Exterior FrontThe Nissan Kicks 125 hp, 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine offers solid performance but might lack the get-up-and-go that some drivers prefer. What it might lack in verve, the Kicks makes up for in fuel efficiency. Its automatic transmission shifts as needed using continuously variable automatic transmission technology, or CVT. Without a 4WD option, the technology is appreciated and makes for better handling than other automatic transmissions. The suspension is optimized for urban driving but can also handle curving, rural roads

2019 Nissan Kicks Safety Features

2019 Nissan Kicks Exterior RearSeven airbags, including a knee-mounted airbag, come with the Kicks. Optional safety features include blind-spot monitoring, automatic emergency braking and automatic high-beam headlights. For newer drivers, Nissan Kicks provides enough standard safety features to keep you confident that you'll have solid protection.

Whether you are a new driver or if you have tons of experience, check out the new 2019 Nissan Kicks at Gwinnett Place Nissan and take a test drive.


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