Nissan launched the Nissan Kicks BS6 Petrol Model starting from Rs.9.49Lakhs and goes upto Rs.14.14Lakhs including CVT variant
There are three differnt engine variants available, 1.5L, 1.3L Turbo and 1.3L Turbo CVT. This Japanese car available in seven variants.
1.5L Petrol engine produces 105bhp with 142nm torque with 5-speed manual gear box.
The 1.3-litre turbo petrol is new for the Kicks and has been developed by Daimler. Producing 153bhp and 254Nm with 6-speed manual, this engine is the most powerful one in its class of cars.
Nissan discontinued 1.5L Deisel model.
Nissan Kicks new 1.3L Turbo CVT Engine
Globally renowned for building thoroughbred SUVs recognised for their power, Nissan – the Japanese powerhouse gives India a taste of the most powerful SUV in its segment – The New Nissan KICKS Turbo CVT. Coupled with Nissan GT-R’s unique cylinder coating technology used in the KICKS Turbo’s new 1.3L Turbocharged Engine, this SUV is ever-so-willing to tackle any terrain and always game to satiate your adventure cravings. With the best-in-class power output of 156ps / 254Nm under the hood, goosebumps are one of the many things guaranteed.
New Performance X-tronic CVT with 7-Step M-Mode: From bumper to bumper traffic snarls to pristine unending highways, the new KICKS’ CVT makes every drive one to remember. Coming from the makers of the most advanced CVTs across the world, this next generation Nissan X-tronic CVT offers 40% less friction, contributing to a higher fuel economy and acceleration response. Well, in case the adrenaline takes over for those off-road manoeuvres, the 7-Step M-Mode is ever-ready!
The Kicks 1.5-MT has an ARAI-rated 13.9kpl economy figure, while the Kicks 1.3 Turbo-MT is rated at 15.8kpl. Here’s how the updated Kicks fares in comparison to its rivals on mileage. Also, while Nissan has yet to confirm the variant break-up, here’s a list of what features are expected with each variant of the BS6 Kicks.
The BS6 Nissan Kicks will be available in six colour options – Blade Silver, Night Shade, Bronze Grey, Fire Red, Pearl White, Deep Blue Pearl. There will also be three dual-tone colour options on offer – Bronze Grey with Amber Orange, Fire Red with Onyx Black and Pearl White with Onyx Black. The dual-tone options are available as standard on the range-topping Kicks XV Premium (O) variant.
In terms of the standard warranty package, Nissan India offers a 2-year/50,000km pack with the Kicks that can be extended up to 5 years/1 lakh kilometres for a premium. A 2-year roadside assistance package will also be offered as standard. There’s also a pre-paid annual maintenance service package on offer with prices starting at Rs 2,099.
The main competitors for Nissan Kicks are Hyundai Creta and Kia Seltos.
|1.5 XL||Rs 9,49,990|
|1.5 XV||Rs 9,99,990|
|1.3 Turbo XV||Rs 11,84,990|
|1.3 Turbo XV Premium||Rs 12,64,990|
|1.3 Turbo XV Premium (O)||Rs 13,69,990|
|1.3 Turbo XV Premium (O) Dual tone||Rs 13,89,990|
|1.3 Turbo XV CVT||Rs 13,44,990|
|1.3 Turbo XV Premium CVT||Rs 14,14,990|