Whether you’re a big family, a bachelor, a couple on a budget, or a newly licensed driver, the Nissan Kicks 2018 is undoubtedly a choice to consider. The Kicks is fashioned as a compact SUV but nevertheless boasts a lot of space, visibility, and an easy ride on the road. It’s the perfect package for everyday use on the city streets.
The Kicks gives off a dramatic and bold look, its two tone 17-inch rims along with its big protruding headlights are super cool. The daytime running lights also give it a nice flair. The sharp angled lines design makes it edgy and gives it a unique style. It’s not too big and not too small, it’s the perfect fit. It has all you need from power mirrors and windows, cruise control, an automatic light sensor and even a large roof rack to carry your bike or skis without a worry in sight. As it’s lifted from the ground you get a better view of your surroundings, although smaller than a traditional SUV it’s something in between, you could say it’s a crossover. Best of both worlds!
The interior is classy with patterned stitching and a nice touch screen; with all it has to offer you won’t be disappointed. Technology features such as Android and Apple compatibility are a must have, in addition to USB ports in the front and rear so no one fights on who gets to charge their phone. Let’s not forget the rear view cam that makes parking a piece of cake! You’re also offered a very good amount of cargo room. For people with an active lifestyle, you can fit 5 suitcases in there, or all your essentials for camping! Road trips here we come! Speaking of which, you’ll be happy to know the seats are very comfortable and the convenient multifunction wheel helps you stay focused on the road all the while cruising safely with two airbags as well as ABS at your disposal.
The ride is smooth thanks to a CVT gearbox, with a fairly decent engine powered by 4 cylinders, 1.6 L and 125 respectable BHP. Thanks to this, it shines compared to every SUV in its class scoring 270 km per tank! Lord knows that’s a blessing when driving in Lebanon. It’s also one of the least expensive compact SUVs, how awesome is that?
It’s still a relatively new car so you won’t be missing out on car trends soon. An interesting fact to know is that it will preserve a good resale value if you ever decide to sell it. In short, it’s a car for you, me, and everybody.