If you’ve followed Nissan news at all over the past year you’ve probably heard about their all-new crossover, the 2018 Nissan Kicks! The Nissan Kicks is Nissan’s first brand-new nameplate in eight years, but it replaces the Nissan Juke as the subcompact crossover in Nissan’s lineup. So, what’s the difference between the Nissan Kicks and Nissan Juke?
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Although Nissan loved the Juke and its unique design and impressive performance, Nissan decided to switch it out with a new crossover with a slightly more conventional look and other upgrades to try and give drivers a little better value. Let’s break down the key differences between the 2018 Nissan Kicks and 2017 Nissan Juke!
2018 Nissan Kicks
- Starting MSRP: $17,990
- Fuel Economy (Combined): 33 MPG
- Performance: 125 Horsepower
- Passenger Volume: 94 Cubic Feet
- Standard Interior Cargo Volume: 25.3 Cubic Feet
As you can see, both Nissan subcompact crossovers have their advantages, but Nissan believes that the Kicks, with its lower price, better efficiency and more space, will be more attractive to drivers than the Nissan Juke.
Does the 2018 Nissan Kicks Have Nissan Intelligent Mobility Features?
Yes! The 2018 Nissan Kicks comes with numerous advanced safety features and technologies from Nissan Intelligent Mobility to make driving a little easier and safer! Like, for instance, the Intelligent Around View Monitor!
This monitor used four different cameras to give driver’s a composite 360° bird’s-eye view of the Nissan Kicks! Now, you can see all around you while your parking or in reverse! Parallel parking is now easier than ever!
Want to learn more about the 2018 Nissan Kicks? Contact our staff at Jack Ingram Nissan for more information or to schedule a test drive today!