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Things We Like in Kicks
  • Topnotch cabin with first class fit and finish better than rivals
  • Mature ride quality as the car is capable of handling large road imperfections with ease
  • Segment first feature such as 360 degree camera which gives all-round view of the parking lot
Things We Dont Like in Kicks
  • Lack of punch in the diesel engine
  • No automatic transmission which is a must in this segment
  • Features such as sunroof, powered driver seat and auto dimming IRVM

Price List of Kicks

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1.5 XL ₹ 9.50 Lakh*
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1.5 XV ₹ 9.99 Lakh*
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1.3 Turbo XV ₹ 11.85 Lakh*
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1.3 Turbo XV Pre ₹ 12.65 Lakh*
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1.3 Turbo XV CVT ₹ 13.45 Lakh*
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1.3 Turbo XV Pre CVT ₹ 13.45 Lakh*
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1.3 Turbo XV Pre Option ₹ 13.70 Lakh*
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1.3 Turbo XV Pre Option DT ₹ 13.90 Lakh*
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Nissan Kicks Price In Popular Cities

  • Ahmedabad

    ₹ 9.50 - ₹ 13.90 Lakh

  • Bangalore

    ₹ 9.50 - ₹ 13.90 Lakh

  • Chandigarh

    ₹ 9.50 - ₹ 13.90 Lakh

  • Chennai

    ₹ 9.50 - ₹ 13.90 Lakh

  • Ghaziabad

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  • Gurgaon

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Review of Kicks

  • Overview
  • Interior
  • Exterior
  • Mileage Running Cost
  • Comfort Suspension
  • Engine Performance
  • Braking Safety


In a bid to offer more premium and flamboyant vehicle in the Indian auto space, Nissan once again come up with an all new compact SUV Kicks. The vehicle isn’t a square and upright SUV but a more glitzy and sharp crossover that amalgamates well with the company’s design language. To suite the urban landscape of India and act as a great traveller too, Nissan Kicks has been carved out of Renault’s platform along and also share the same mechanicals. The new Nissan Kicks is a lot special for so many reasons including new styling which has a global presence while the interiors that gels well with the contemporary vehicles. It’s a mix of Renault-Nissan alliance and promises a lot for the Indian market.
The overall design of the car is jazzy and suite those people who would like to stand out from the crowd. The new Nissan Kicks features dual-tone exterior colour scheme which goes well with the youth of today. At the front, LED headlights with DRLs look contemporary. In fact, the front profile looks squarish, especially in the manner these headlamps, fog lamps as well as bonnet merge together. The V-motion grille looks solid while the faux skid plate at the bottom adds to the robustness. At the sides, wheel arches are flared while the 17-inch machined alloy wheels and contrasted roof enhances the dynamic appeal. At the rear, the boomerang shaped tail lamps are unique not only in the segment but also new to the Indian market as well. Dimensionally, the car measures 4384mm in length, 1813mm in width, 1656mm tall and comes with the wheelbase of 2673mm. The ground clearance which measures at 210mm gives the car a purposeful posture. In terms of colours, the new Nissan Kicks can be availed in 10 graceful colour choices including the 4 dual-tone one. These include Pearl White, Blade Silver, Bronze Grey, Amber Orange, Deep Blue Pearl, Night Shade, Fire Red, Pearl White and Onyx Black, Bronze Grey and Fire Red & Onyx Black.
The interiors of the car are top-notch and look splendid in dual black and brown colour scheme. The dashboard comes with brown panel while the doors are done in leather. Though the black plastic on the top doesn’t look exactly soft-touch but does feel high-class. The leather-finished steering and seats makes the interiors upmarket. The car can absorb five adult occupants with ease with enough headroom, legroom and knee room. In terms of comfort and features, the car is loaded up to the brim including many first-in-class features. The compact SUV comes with segment first 360-degree camera, Eco driving mode and leather adorned dashboard. Kicks also feature an 8-inch floating touchscreen infotainment powered by Android Auto and Apple CarPlay along with voice recognition. Other oodles of comfort include cruise control, engine start/stop button, automatic AC, electrically adjustable ORVM, automatic headlamps, cooled glove box, rain sensing wipers, rear ac vents and cruise control.
In the safety department too, the car scores well against the rivals. The standard safety kit includes dual airbags, ABS with EBD, Brake Assist and rear parking sensors. Other features in the car include Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC), Hill Start Assist (HSA), Rear Fog Lamps, Rear View Camera, Dual Horn, Central Door Lock + Child Lock, Inside Rear View Mirror with Manual Day/Night, Speed sensing auto door lock and impact sensing auto door lock.
Talking about the specifications, the new compact crossover cum SUV is available in two engine choices. The 1.5L petrol engine which is also working in Renault Captur is good for making 106PS and 142Nm of torque and mated to 5-speed manual transmission. On the other hand, the 1.5L diesel engine produces 110PS and 240Nm of torque paired with 6-speed manual transmission. Sadly, as of now, there is no automatic transmission on offer.
As far as pricing is concerned, the car falls in a competitive price range. The Nissan Kicks price starts at Rs. 9.55 lakhs and goes up to Rs. 14.65 lakh, ex-showroom. The car rivals against Hyundai Creta, Maruti S-Cross, Renault Captur and Tata Nexon in the segment. So, if you want to define street cred with respect to exclusivity of design, the Kicks is the car you are waiting for.


It there is one word to describe Kicks interiors it must be ‘upmarket’. Yes, in terms of premiumness, the Kicks have set new benchmarks outshining Creta in many areas. The plastic grain, leather on the dashboard, steering and door pads feel like they are built for the European market. The black leather and the contrasting tan used across the cabin make the car look cool. And interestingly, the leather-adorned part of the dashboard is finished in other material which lends it a youthful look. The design further adds to the overall sophistication.
In terms of chrome and silver usage, it has been done with discretion elevating the in-cabin atmosphere. On the dashboard, what catches your attention is the 8-inch touchscreen infotainment unit which stands on the dashboard spreading its wings around. Then there are elements which you can’t see but can feel such as horn which sounds quite European. In terms of space and seating, the front seats are adequately spacious and supportive in nature. However, there are few downsides. The driver’s seat has been set and this makes it pretty uncomfortable seating position, however the seat is height adjustable. The footwell on the other hand, is also restricted and there isn’t space for dead pedal either.
Talking about the instrument cluster, it looks a bit weird as the analogue dial lying on the right hand side shows on the fuel gauge while all other vital information is integrated into the display between the two analogue dials. The air conditioning system as well as the engine start-stop button appears to be taken from Renault. Jump to the rear seats and you will notice that the use of plastic for the ac vents located between the front seats looks a bit messy. Moreover, the absence of USB port and space for storing your phone at the rear is a bit surprising.
While all the mentioned above things can be termed as niggles, the tighter cabin-width is what you call a real stumbling block. And what eats more into the space is the window opening which gradually narrows towards the rear. However, there is firm cushioning for the backrest which seems a bit austere. Having said that, the adequate knee and headroom would allow the passengers to hop on to the rear seats for a quick pottering around the town. But mind it, this won’t be comfortable for longer journeys at weakened. But as far as boot space of 400L is there, you won’t be concerned at least about storing your backpacks.
There are some standout features in the car such as the 360 degree camera which gets feeds from the cameras located in the grille, under the ORVM as well as the rear view camera. This makes parking in the tight spot easier. But in terms of resolution the cameras are average and the display tends to get granular when viewed at night. However, the 8-inch touchscreen infotainment which displays feeds from this camera does not have such trouble. The display is bright and practically snappy as you work your way through the Android Auto, Apple CarPlay as well as the wi-fi hotspot. The infotainment also supports USB, Bluetooth and Aux-in connectivity as well as navigation through phone mirroring.
Talking about the steering, it might look like it houses the buttons for the cruise control, but actually the vital telephony and audio controls are placed on the stubby stalk just behind the steering wheel. The features which can also be seen in Renault cars is a bit fiddly as the stalk is hidden from the view, but very instinctive to use once you spot that.
The car is further equipped with features such as standard automatic air conditioning, engine start/stop button, mood lighting, automatic headlamps, rain sensing wipers, rear ac vents, smartcard keyless entry, foglamps and cornering functionality, luggage lamp, luggage hook, foldable twin parcel shelf, driver seat height adjustment and front and rear armrests. In terms of storage, you will get rear map pockets, driver side storage area of about 1L, cooled glove box and front map pockets. Overall, the car has been well equipped and decent in terms of practicality.


At first glance you will conjure up an image of a smart handsome looking SUV cum crossover which has got the right mix of curves, modern design elements and upright stance. The Indian version is larger than the model sold in international markets. Thanks to the M0 platform which also underpins other cars such as Duster and Terrano. At the front, the Kicks looks like most other traditional SUVs with the upright nose, company’s signature chrome laden V-motion grille as well as wide rectangular forms for the headlights, airdam and foglamps making it look like dull but in a cool manner.
But as you turn your eyes slightly back, you will notice that the vehicle has a sleeker form, appearing long and low. The sharply raked windscreen, sloping hood as well as the reclining rear screen lends a low-lung stance to the vehicle as it extends over 2673mm of wheelbase, making it 80mm longer than that of Creta. Moreover, Kicks on paper shames Renault Captur’s height of 1636mm by slight margin of 20mm, thanks to the solid roof rails which would take some credit of it. And unquestionably, the 17-inch dual-toned machined alloy wheels, the ground clearance of 210mm and the segment-topping 4384mm of length compel the onlookers to give a look at it.
So, contrary to what most Indian sought after, Nissan Kicks is not a squared SUV but comes with a sense of sophistication and uniqueness that cast an impression. The subtle use of chrome around the fog lamps, grille and in the headlamp cluster elevate the sense of premiumness. When viewed from the side, the solid roof rails will catch your eyeballs too. The roof rails help the car look taller than it actually and can be used to carry 100 kg of luggage as well. What’s interesting is that you will feel excited by the chemistry of crispy subtle lines flowing down the side.
Move at the back and it’s the boomerang-shaped tail lamps that stand out in the class. The fanged part of the overall design is what makes you believe that the boot will have a sharp opening but that portion is actually pasted on the tailgate. The taillights can look ordinary during the day and they don’t have LED elements either, so they remain the same at night as well.

Mileage Running Cost

The engines of the car have been tuned to deliver improved mileage figures. Where the petrol variants are capable of delivering 14.23kmpl, the diesel powered Kicks can return ARAI certified mileage of 20.45kmpl. Though the figures are not equal to Creta, it is not bad either.

Comfort Suspension

The vehicle might appear sporty and agile from outside, but the ride quality is tweaked for absolute comfort. The suspension setup really soaks minutest as well as large imperfection and that too at both high and low speeds. And despite tweaked to remain on the softer side, the vehicle doesn’t twist the occupants around while negotiating rough surfaces. The relaxed ride quality adds to the overall premiumness of the cabin and exhibits sophistication equivalent to the segment above vehicles.
The front suspension is independent while the rear one features twist-beam. Although, the setup is similar to the sibling Captur, it has been tweaked a bit differently. And that is why you see the car walk like a Ninja on the prowl when it is at lower speeds. The padded paws fall on the surface gently and prudently, separating you from the roughness of the roads. And this is the thing that builds up the reputation of this car as a relaxing companion of daily commuting. As the car gains speed and the thoroughfares get winding, the Kick is energetic on its feet, but the dull steering cools down the mood a bit.
So, don’t expect the vehicle to spin around the hairpins or curve through the corners with a bracing expression. The car can go through all these hurdles as well as tackles long highway with serenity that makes it a sedative rather than thrilling. However, at high speeds the car can feel a bit softly bounced but doesn’t feel messy at any point of driving and continues to inculcate confidence even if it goes through the curves.

Engine Performance

The compact SUV get its energy to run from the same set of petrol and diesel engines which powers the Captur. The 1.5L diesel engine develops 110PS of power and 240Nm of torque, paired to 6-speed manual transmission. While it is not the most blistering engine in the class, it never feels out of breath even if driven at three digit speeds. That means cruising at high speeds on open stretches should be an easy feat for this vehicle. However, when it comes to overtaking and accelerating quickly, it will require some downshifting from your end.
The diesel engine as mentioned, churns out 240Nm of torque at 1750rpm but you can only make progress when the rev needle goes over 2500rpm. The driving styling should be adjusted while driving in the urban areas. So, while the car will continue to lunge forward at 1500rpm, when there is need of picking pace, you will need to drop some gears.
On the other hand, the petrol engine is the 1.5L motor which is working in the Captur. The powertrain makes 106PS and 142Nm of peak torque, mated to 5-speed manual transmission. There are currently no automatic options but it is expected that the carmaker would introduce it soon. The engine is excellent in driving in cities as well as good highway companion. The manual gearbox makes it easy for quick acceleration and overtaking on highways.

Braking Safety

The braking setup is not exceptional and sometimes feels quite wooden and requires a strong thrust where a light tap should have been sufficient enough to halt. However, it is not bad either and can do the job at most of the time. Talking about the safety, the Kicks pack dual front airbags, ABS with EBD, Brake Assist and rear parking sensors as standard.
Further, you get front and side airbags and features such as 360 degree camera, ESP, traction control, rear fog lamps and hill hold assist when you choose higher variants. Other standard features include one-touch lane change indicator, speed sensing auto door lock, impact sensing auto door unlock, driver & passenger seat belt reminder and central door lock + child lock.

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