Are you hunting for a sub-compact crossover that has loads of personality and ability? The all-new 2019 Nissan Kicks may be the one you are looking for. This vehicle appeared in the late 2018 model-year and is brand-new to the US market, replacing the quirky and unsuccessful Nissan Juke. They added their suite of Intelligent Mobility features such as blindspot detection, surround vision, forward collision, and automatic emergency braking on each car for good measure. Inside, there is seating for 4 and is just aching to be customized at the Kicks Color Studio. Here you can add a contrasting roof. front lip, and mirror caps in black, white, or orange. You may also pick your interior colors, decide on adding a leather-wrapped dash, or even Bose speakers in your headrest. Besides offering the fun of designing your ride, it also comes with a wealth of standard features. Read on to find out what else is in the 2019 Nissan Kicks.

Are you hunting for a sub-compact crossover that has loads of personality and ability? The all-new 2019 Nissan Kicks may be the one you are looking for…

This vehicle appeared in the late 2018 model-year and is brand-new to the US market, replacing the quirky and unsuccessful Nissan Juke. They added their suite of Intelligent Mobility features such as blindspot detection, surround vision, forward collision, and automatic emergency braking on each car for good measure. Inside, there is seating for 4 and is just aching to be customized at the Kicks Color Studio. Here you can add a contrasting roof. front lip, and mirror caps in black, white, or orange. You may also pick your interior colors, decide on adding a leather-wrapped dash, or even Bose speakers in your headrest. Besides offering the fun of designing your ride, it also comes with a wealth of standard features. Read on to find out what else is in the 2019 Nissan Kicks.

With three trims to start with, the S launches you with its 7-inch touchscreen, Siri EyesFree, and a 1.6L DOHC 4-cylinder engine pumping out an acceptable 125 horsepower. Its continuously-variable transmission, roof rails, dual USB ports, rearview monitor, and cruise control add to its appearance. You will also find a foldable rear seat, 4 cargo tie-down points, and steering wheel-mounted controls. Discover more amenities in the SV with its powered heated side mirrors, 17-inch alloy wheels, a Drive Assist Display, and Intelligent Key with push-button start. Inside you will find a SiriusXM radio with 3-month trial, chrome accents, and a cargo cover. Convenient tech toys include remote engine start, automatic temperature control, and Android Auto/Apple CarPlay compatibility.

Okay, so you want it all. That can be found in the SR with its LED headlights and accent lights. It stands apart from the others with its rear roof spoiler, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift-knob. Orange accent stitching appears on the seats while fog lamps and dark chrome accents lend more definition to its sheet metal. An Intelligent Around View monitor shows you cars from all directions as the available heated front seats in PrimaTex cater to your comfort. Extra performance is found with its anti-lock brakes, an independent strut suspension, and electric power steering. In the accessory store you can mix and match available ground effects lighting, splash guards, window deflectors, and additional door, handle, and side stripe accents.

The Nissan Kicks pricing is surprisingly affordable, starting at just $17,990 for the S. The SR leaps up to start at $20,290, and personalization can add another $3,000 to the final tag. You won't find too many deals out there for the Kicks since it is built to be customized. However, Nissan does have a 0.0% APR for 36 months deal right now or a $149/mo. lease for 36 months. There are also $500 discounts out there for our military and recent college graduates. But if you are buying an all-new 2019 Nissan Kicks, you will want to personalize. So swing by your local Nissan dealer, take a test drive, and pick your finishes for a perfect ride to accent your personal lifestyle.