Nissan Kicks 2019

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Trim/Grade :

1.6L, 118HP, FWD, CVT Transmission

Is this car for me?

The funky looks and comfortable interior of the Kicks make it appeal to the younger generation. It can also fit 3 other friends comfortably.

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The prices provided by Karrenn might vary at any given time. It is recommended to refer to the dealer for a final quotation. The dealer holds the right to modify the prices and specs at any given moment and without prior notice.


-Affordable yet stylish - Might look small, but fits 4 comfortably with a flexible boot


-Expensive top of the range model -Lots of plastic inside -Lack of essential features


4 Years - 100,000 Km

*Prices and features as provided by RYMCO, Nissan's exclusive dealer in Lebanon
*Pros & Cons are based on our first-hand test-drive experience

PRICES & OPTIONS (all included)

SV Grade ($22,700) - an affordable good looking crossover, not including a screen, rear-cam or navigation but compensating with decent safety features:

- Keyless entry and auto door lock
- Steering wheel controls
- 4 power windows with driver 1-touch up/down
- Drive computer
- 17" alloy wheels
- ABS / 2 Airbags / EBD / BA
- Anti-theft / immobilizer / alarm
- Foldable rear seats
- CD, USB, AUX, Bluetooth
- 4 Speakers
- Power adjustable mirrors
- Fog lights
- Rear spoiler and roof rails

Note: You can install a screen with a rear camera and navigation for an extra $660

SL ($27,700) - With this trim you'll get lots of additional equipment. More comfort, usability and safety:

- Leather seats, steering wheel and shift knob
- Push/start and smart entry
- Auto A/C
- 6 Speakers
- Side & curtain airbags
- VDC / Hill start assist / Active ride control (used to improve ride quality)
- Parking sensors
- LCD 7" touchscreen with navigation with rear camera
- Tyre pressure monitor


If it weren't for the ability to add a screen or sensors to the SV grade, the Kicks would find itself behind competitors when it comes to technology and convenience features. We recommend the SV grade with the mentioned upgrades. The SL will offer a more refined experience with all its extra features, but it's just too expensive to consider. That price tag can almost get you in the Midsize Crossover category. Need to mention that the exterior is the same on both grades.


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