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- Aimed at city living consumers, the brand new Kicks CUV is ready to tackle the intensity of the urban landscape
- Embodies Nissan Intelligent Mobility with standard Automatic Emergency Braking and available Intelligent Around View® Monitor
- Dynamic performance provided by sporty 1.6-liter 4-cyinder engine, front-wheel drive and responsive suspension
- First new Nissan nameplate launched in last eight years, Kicks joins best-selling Rogue and Rogue Sport CUVs in Nissan's U.S. showrooms in June 2018
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The brand-new Nissan Kicks becomes the newest entry in the fast-growing affordable compact crossover market when it hits Nissan U.S. dealerships in June 2018. Kicks also becomes the sixth member of the Nissan crossover and SUV lineup, which has experienced record sales in recent years.
As the gateway to Nissan's adventure-ready sport-utility portfolio – joining Rogue Sport, Rogue, Murano, Pathfinder and Armada – Kicks is designed to fit the needs of singles or couples looking for unique styling, roominess, personal technology, smart functionality and advanced safety features at an affordable price.
"This emerging CUV class is exploding with new entries for a very good reason – the combination of flexible utility and high value is ideal for active, urban new vehicle buyers," said Dan Mohnke, senior vice president, Sales & Marketing and Operations, Nissan Division U.S., Nissan North America, Inc. "Where the new Nissan Kicks stands out is with its bold style, personal technology, value and anticipated fuel economy1 of 33-mpg combined."
Dramatic, Brazil-Inspired Design
The new 2018 Kicks presents an expressive sense of style and substance with a wheel-oriented stance and Nissan brand signatures viewed from every angle. The production Nissan Kicks retains the basic design cues taken from the Kicks Concept – first shown at the 2014 São Paulo Motor Show. Overseen by Nissan's Global Design Center in Japan, Nissan Kicks is the result of close collaboration between Nissan Design America (NDA), based in San Diego, and Nissan's Rio de Janeiro satellite studio, Nissan Design America – Rio (NDA-R).
Kicks combines emotion and practicality by blending familiar Nissan design signatures with striking modern themes. Among those established design signatures are Nissan's V-Motion grille, boomerang headlights and taillights, and the floating roof with a "wrap-around visor" look to the windscreen and side glass. In particular, with the wide C-pillar "hidden" with a black finish that blends into the tailgate glass, the floating roof has been exaggerated on the Kicks, giving it a distinctive and eye-catching appeal.
These themes are augmented by a number of dynamic styling features, such as the bold wheel arch fenders and the rising character line on the bodysides that accentuate the car's crossover stance and inherent strength. This high waistline contributes to a sense of security and well-being for passengers, especially those in the rear, yet still allows excellent outward visibility for all. In addition, the dark lower body trim magnifies the body height, emphasizing the high ground clearance and helping resist scrapes.
During the design process much attention was paid to the car's overall aerodynamic performance, not only to benefit its dynamic performance but also its overall refinement by reducing wind noise.
Available exterior features include standard Intelligent Auto Headlight (I-AH) with adjustable sensitivity and timing (including twilight and wiper activation), rear wiper and roof rails – along with available LED low-beam headlights with LED signature accents, fog lights, heated outside mirrors with integrated turn signals and rear roof spoiler.
The 2018 Kicks will be offered in a range of seven exterior colors – plus five two-tone combinations. Three of the two-tone color schemes utilize a black roof and contrasting body colors (white, orange or red). Also offered: an orange roof with gray body, and a white roof/blue body combination.
"From a pure visual standpoint on the street, Kicks is a true head turner, especially in the bold two-tone color combinations," said Mohnke. "Kicks is clearly recognizable as part of the Nissan CUV family, but has a vibrancy and identity all its own."
Smart Interior, Personalized Technologies
Inside, the Kicks story is one of quality and futuristic design in a cabin full of the innovative features expected by its tech-hungry target audience. The interior promises ample passenger space in the rear – despite the coupe-like roofline – as well as one of the largest load areas in its class.
Front seat occupants face Nissan's modern and simple "Gliding Wing" dashboard design, which is dominated by a centrally mounted 7.0-inch full color display housing a comprehensive infotainment system with available Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ smartphone connectivity.
"The idea behind personalized technology is to allow drivers to do what they want, where they want," said Mohnke. "For example, they can access mpg numbers, chassis dynamic control, radio/playlist information on the meter screen or on the audio display. You decide what to look at where."
Kicks also offers three interface choices for accessing social media – NissanConnectSM, Apple CarPlay™ or Android Auto™.
And, for the ultimate audio experience, the Kicks SR Premium Package includes the new class-exclusive2 Bose® Personal® Plus sound system. Part of the Bose® Small Vehicle Series, it delivers a superior, driver-focused listening experience using just eight speakers and proprietary Bose® signal processing to provide what Bose® calls "360 degrees of immersive sound." Key to its dynamic sound are a pair of lightweight 2.5-inch Bose® UltraNearfield™ neodymium speakers located inside the Kicks' driver's seat head restraint.
The system also includes compact 6.5-inch Bose® Super65™ speakers in each front door, cross-firing 1.0-inch tweeters in each A-pillar and 5.25-inch wide-range speakers in each rear door. A Bose® PersonalSpace Control feature is built into the infotainment system's audio settings, providing adjustable listening options from front-focused sound to a wider, more enveloping experience. The system also includes a digital amplifier with six channels of custom equalization and digital system processing.
Among the other on-board technology, Kicks features an available Intelligent Around View® Monitor (I-AVM)3, which uses four on-board cameras to present a composite 360-degree bird's-eye view of the Kicks, with split-screen close-ups of the front, rear and curb-side views. It also gives the driver an on-screen heads-up when it detects moving objects near the vehicle. This is class-leading technology3 in this emerging U.S. CUV segment and offers a step on the road to Nissan Intelligent Mobility.
The versatile Kicks interior also offers a sporting flavor – provided by a flat-bottom steering wheel, comfortable 6-way driver's seat, 4-way adjustable front passenger seat and 60/40-split fold-down rear seat. Heated Prima-Tex™-appointed front seats are available with the SR Premium Package. Other available interior features include leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, tonneau cover and Automatic Temperature Control.
A Crossover for the city
The robust design of Kicks, which helps give drivers the confidence to comfortably navigate the city, is reflected in its stance. The Kicks has a ground clearance of 7.0 inches, allowing it to tackle poorly maintained roads and speed bumps with ease, without having an adverse effect on the handling.
Kicks also offers efficient packaging for urban adventure use. The rear hatch opens high enough for a six-foot tall person to access the cargo area without having to duck. Kicks easily accommodates five passengers comfortably, thanks in part to the flat rear floor design and rear headroom and legroom that is similar to that of larger crossovers.
"With good ground clearance, a high eye point, electric power steering and small turning radius, Kicks is a great companion to navigate the city with," added Mohnke.
Every 2018 Kicks comes with a standard 1.6-liter DOHC 16-valve 4-cylinder with Continuous Variable Valve Timing Control System (CVTCS). The engine is rated at 125 horsepower and 115 lb-ft of torque. Aided by a smooth and efficient Xtronic transmission, the Kicks has fuel economy1 anticipated at 33 mpg combined. Kicks is offered in front-wheel drive only.
Kicks also offers standard Traction Control System (TCS), Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC) and Hill Start Assist (HSA), front disc/rear drum Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) and electric power steering with a tight 34.1-foot turning radius. Kicks SR includes an Integrated Dynamic-Control Module (IDM), featuring Active Engine Brake, Active Trace Control and Active Ride Control, to help provide a higher level of driving enjoyment.
Nimble handling is provided by a strut front suspension with stabilizer bar, matched by a twist-beam rear with stabilizer bar and twin-tube shock absorbers. Kicks S grade comes with 16-inch steel wheels. The Kicks SV and SR grades have 17-inch aluminum alloy wheels mounted with 205/60R16 all-season or 205/55R17 all-season tires, respectively.
Safety, security and driver convenience features are strong points for Nissan Kicks. Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB) with Forward Collision Warning (FCW) is standard on all grade levels, along with seven air bags and RearView Monitor. Kicks SV and Kicks SR add Blind Spot Warning (BSW) and Rear Cross Traffic Alert. In addition, Kicks SR includes standard Intelligent Around View® Monitor (I-AVM)3.
Three Well-Equipped, High-Value Models
The 2018 Nissan Kicks will be offered in three well-equipped models – Kicks S, Kicks SV and Kicks SR. Among the list of standard features found on Kicks S are Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB), Bluetooth® Hands-free Phone System, three USB ports, roof rails and Intelligent Auto Headlights (I-AH).
Kicks SV includes a long list of additional features – Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™, Blind Spot Warning (BSW), Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA), Nissan Intelligent Key™, 17-inch aluminum-alloy wheels, body color heated outside mirrors and outside door handles, rear passenger underseat heater ducts, tonneau cover, Automatic Temperature Control, Easy Fill Tire Alert, 7.0-inch meter display, SiriusXM® satellite radio (SiriusXM® subscription required, sold separately), Remote Engine Start5 and more.
Kicks SR adds a sporty flair with the addition of LED low-beam headlights with LED signature accents, fog lights, black heated outside mirrors with integrated turn signals, leather-wrapped steering wheel, leather shift knob with chrome accents, SR seat fabric with interior trim and accents, front and rear bumpers with body color inserts, rear roof-mounted spoiler, dark chrome grille accents, Intelligent Around View® Monitor (I-AVM)3 and more.
"Pricing for the 2018 Nissan Kicks will be announced closer to its on-sale date in spring 2018, but we are expecting to be among the most competitive in the segment," said Mohnke. "Kicks' unique combination of expressive design, excellent fuel economy, intelligent technology and advanced safety features adds up to one thing – exceptional value."
About Nissan North America
In North America, Nissan's operations include automotive styling, engineering, consumer and corporate financing, sales and marketing, distribution and manufacturing. Nissan is dedicated to improving the environment under the Nissan Green Program and has been recognized annually by the U.S Environmental Protection Agency as an ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year since 2010. More information on Nissan in North America and the complete line of Nissan and INFINITI vehicles can be found online at www.nissanusa.comandwww.infinitiusa.com, or visit the U.S. media sitesnissannews.comand infinitinews.com.
About Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
Nissan is a global full-line vehicle manufacturer that sells more than 60 models under the Nissan, INFINITI and Datsun brands. In fiscal year 2016, the company sold 5.63 million vehicles globally, generating revenue of 11.72 trillion yen. Nissan engineers, manufactures and markets the world's best-selling all-electric vehicle in history, the Nissan LEAF. Nissan's global headquarters in Yokohama, Japan, manages operations in six regions: Asia & Oceania; Africa, Middle East & India; China; Europe; Latin America; and North America. Nissan has a global workforce of 247,500 and has been partnered with French manufacturer Renault under the Renault-Nissan Alliance since 1999. In 2016, Nissan acquired a 34% stake in Mitsubishi Motors, which became the third member of the Alliance – a grouping with combined annual sales of almost 10 million units a year.
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- Fuel economy based on targeted 2018 EPA fuel economy estimates for 2018 Kicks FWD models – EPA data not available at time of publication. Anticipated fuel economy 33 mpg combined. Estimate based on Nissan internal testing results, subject to EPA confirmation. Actual mileage may vary with driving conditions – use for comparison only.
- AutoPacific segmentation. Available feature. 2018 Kicks vs. latest in-market competitors in XSUV Compact Class. Based on manufacturers' websites.
- I-AVM cannot completely eliminate blind spots and may not detect every object. MOD operates at vehicle speeds below 5 mph. Always check surroundings and turn to look behind you before moving vehicle.
- 2018 Kicks SR vs. latest in-market competitors in the XSUV Compact Class. Available feature. Cannot completely eliminate blind spots. May not detect every object. Operates at vehicles speeds below 5 mph. Always check surroundings and turn to look behind you before moving vehicle. I-AVM includes Moving Object Detection. Based on manufacturer's website.
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How Reliable Is the 2018 Nissan Kicks? J.D. Power gives the 2018 Kicks a predicted reliability rating of three out of five, which is about average.Are Nissan Kicks reliable? ›
Despite a below-average quality and reliability rating of 68 from JD Power and Associates, the Nissan Kicks should be a trusty steed. The Kicks has only been recalled once in recent years for a backup camera malfunction, but no significant mechanical reports have been noted for 2022 or 2023.Is Nissan Kicks a SUV or crossover? ›
Nissan's 2023 Kicks is a tiny SUV with a similarly tiny price tag. No shame there. It's strictly an on-roader thanks to its simple underpinnings and lack of available all-wheel drive. The Kicks' interior is at the very least practical and cargo-friendly, especially with its rear seats folded down.What kind of oil does a 2018 Nissan Kicks take? ›
Notes: OE Recommendation, Full synthetic. 0W-20. 5 quarts container.Why was Nissan Kicks discontinued? ›
In 2023, Nissan announced that the Kicks will be ending production in India and discontinued at the market due to poor sales and the car would not complying with Bharat Stage 6 Phase 2 regulations.What is the disadvantage of Nissan Kicks? ›
However, there are some drawbacks to the Nissan Kicks as well. Numerous characteristics of the Nissan Kicks are incomplete because it is a new type. The Nissan Kicks also doesn't have a powerful engine like some other petrol cars. The interior is quite outdated.Is Nissan better than Toyota? ›
When comparing Nissan vs Toyota's reliability, Toyota was ranked by Consumer Reports as the second most reliable out of all car brands for 2021. Nissan ranked a lot lower in sixteenth place. Toyota's are known to be very reliable, lasting their owners decades with few significant problems.How many miles can a Nissan Kicks get? ›
Every trim level of the 2022 Nissan Kicks has a city driving range of 334.8 miles, a highway driving range of 388.8 miles, and a combined driving range of 356.4 miles.What is the lifespan of a battery of a Nissan Kicks? ›
Your Nissan Kicks battery will frequently last between 3 to 5 years, but that can vary heavily depending on weather conditions battery size, type of battery, and driving habits. Even still, just because your battery isn't precisely dead, doesn't mean it's operating at optimal levels.Is Nissan Kicks good on gas? ›
Nissan Kicks MPG, engine, and transmission
And you'll go even farther with a modern 1.6-liter engine, Xtronic CVT® (Continuously Variable Transmission), and lightweight design that gives you exceptional efficiency of 31 City MPG / 36 Highway MPG.
Based on Edmunds analysis of recent prices paid in your area, the Edmunds Suggested Price for the 2023 Nissan Kicks S base trim is $21,824. The Edmunds Suggested Price for a 2023 Nissan Kicks is based on recent transactions in your area.Why buy a Nissan Kicks? ›
Impressive Fuel Economy
Nissan arms the Kicks with only one powertrain. With an eye on fuel economy and urban mobility, this 4-cylinder engine provides sufficient grunt to safely navigate busy city streets and highway cruising. It is one of the better subcompact SUVs for taking on the city.
How often does a Nissan Kicks need an Oil Change? An oil change is one of the most colossal and vital services for your car. Nissan recommends getting your Nissan Kicks oil & filter changed every 3,000-5,000 miles for conventional oil. Synthetic oil frequently should be changed every 7,500 - 10,000 miles.Does the Nissan Kicks tell you when you need an oil change? ›
Your Kicks may need an oil change right away if your check engine/oil change light is on, you hear engine knocking, sense an oil smell in the cabin, or notice excess vehicle exhaust.Does a Nissan need full synthetic oil? ›
High-performance vehicles in particular should always be using synthetic oil, and it's ultimately a good idea to switch to synthetic no matter which Nissan vehicle you drive. The right engine oil can help improve your engine's longevity and operating efficiency.Is Nissan Kicks getting discontinued? ›
Nissan have discontinued the Kicks after just 4 years of its market introduction. The Nissan Kicks went on sale in 2019 to rival other C-segment SUVs, such as the Hyundai Creta and Kia Seltos, among others.Is Nissan Kicks bigger than rogue? ›
Is Nissan Kicks bigger than the Rogue? No, the Nissan Rogue is bigger than the Nissan Kicks. Its overall dimensions are more extensive, and it has a greater cargo capacity and interior passenger volume. However, both models can only take five people on the road.What does a Nissan Kicks compare to? ›
The 2022 Mazda CX-30 is just one of the Nissan Kicks competitors you should consider if you're in the market for a new compact car. Key competitors to watch out for when shopping for a new Nissan Kicks include the Mazda CX-30, Hyundai Kona, and Kia Soul.Does Nissan Kicks have transmission problems? ›
They're often easy to notice. 2021 Nissan Kicks transmission problems can show up as shifting delays, grinding when accelerating, the car shaking on the road, or whistling noises and a burning smell coming from under the hood.Is the Nissan Kicks quiet? ›
But like some other entry-level crossovers, the Kicks can be loud at highway speeds. Sound deadening is sub-par and allows too much wind and tire noise to enter the cabin at over 50 miles per hour.
The Consumer Reports Brand Reliability rankings put Honda in the top five. Nissan was ranked 13th. In addition, the Honda HR-V placed 5th in Consumer Reports individual model ranking for 2021.Which Nissan is the most reliable? ›
- According to Consumer Reports, two of the most reliable Nissan vehicles were the 2022 Nissan Rogue and Nissan Altima. ...
- The 2022 Nissan Rogue is a newly updated crossover SUV with improved efficiency and performance.
Toyota owners tend to be able to keep their vehicles much longer and can resell their vehicles at a reasonable price longer, compared to Nissan vehicle values.What is the real life mileage of Nissan Kicks CVT? ›
The mileage of Kicks Petrol ranges between 14.15 kmpl - 15.8 kmpl and the mileage of Kicks Diesel is 19.79 kmpl.How do you put a Nissan kick in sport mode? ›
Switch to Sport Mode with the push of a button and enjoy enhanced throttle response during spirited driving. Intelligent Trace Control Hug the curves with handling that feels effortless.What kind of gas does Nissan Kicks take? ›
|Induction system||Naturally aspirated|
|Engine mounts||2 solid, 1 liquid-filled|
|Recommended fuel||Regular unleaded|
|Emissions certification level||Tier 3-Bin 30 (EPA) / LEV3-SULEV30 (CARB)|
|2018 Nissan KicksL4-1.6L||Service typeCar Battery Replacement||Shop/Dealer Price$723.76 - $1102.52|
|2021 Nissan KicksL4-1.6L||Service typeCar Battery Replacement||Shop/Dealer Price$723.76 - $1102.52|
|2020 Nissan KicksL4-1.6L||Service typeCar Battery Replacement||Shop/Dealer Price$723.74 - $1102.48|
With front-wheel drive, you can easily control the vehicle on snowed-in and iced-over roads. This Nissan SUV has a ground clearance of approximately 178 mm to offer better traction and stability, preventing you from getting stuck in the snow.
The average lifespan of a Nissan is between 15 and 20 years.
If you buy a Nissan today, it could last another 20 years if you take care of it! Key Takeaway Depending on your vehicle's model, age, and maintenance, your Nissan could last as long as 300,000 miles or 20 years—or even longer!
Push the <ON OFF> button to switch on the climate control system.What Nissan is best on gas? ›
|Type||2021 Model||Combined Economy|
|Sedan||Nissan Sentra||33 mpg|
|Sedan||Nissan Altima||32 mpg|
|SUV||Nissan Rogue||30 mpg|
|Sedan||Nissan Maxima||24 mpg|
The Kicks mileage is 14.23 kmpl.How much is a full tank of gas in a Nissan Kicks? ›
A. The fuel tank capacity of Nissan Kicks is 50 Litres. For more information, Kindly visit specifications.Which Nissan Kicks have heated seats? ›
2023 Nissan Kicks Overview
To keep you and your front passenger warm on cold days, the 2023 Nissan Kicks has available Quick Comfort® heated front seats as well as an available heated steering wheel.
9.50 Lakh while the most expensive variant is the Nissan Kicks 1.3 Turbo XV Pre CVT which commands a price of Rs. 14.90 Lakh.What is the top Nissan Kicks? ›
In addition to the base S grade, Nissan offers the Kicks in the SV and top-of-the-heap SR trim. All three grades source their power from a 122-horsepower 1.6-liter 4-cylinder engine.Why are Nissan cars so good? ›
Most drivers consider Nissans good cars thanks to their low maintenance costs, reliability, and good build quality.How often do you change the brake fluid on a Nissan Kicks? ›
While it may vary based on your specific model, we recommend that you replace the brake fluid in your Nissan every 20,000 miles.How often do you change the air filter on a Nissan Kicks? ›
How often should you replace car air filter? Your Nissan Kicks service manual states you should replace your engine air filter & cabin air filter every 10,000 miles in extreme conditions and every 15,000-30,000 miles in instinctive driving conditions.
About Spark Plug Replacement
Eventually, at around 30,000 miles to as high as 40,000 miles, conventional spark plugs will wear out, which could cause stalling, starting problems and engine misfires. Higher-cost platinum-tipped spark plugs may not need to be replaced as often.
While the mechanic checks your oil, have him check and top off your other fluids. If you are a do-it-yourselfer, before checking your oil, make sure that your vehicle is parked on level ground and that the engine is cold. This will help ensure you get an accurate measurement.What kind of oil does a Nissan Kick take? ›
|Viscosity||0W-20 (All TEMPS)|
|Capacity:||4.3 quarts (with filter). After refill check oil level.|
|Torque:||25 ft/lbs (Oil Drain Plug) Install a new washer on the drain bolt.|
The most obvious alert that there's an issue with your oil will come from the car itself. The oil change light in your vehicle will illuminate when there's not enough oil in the system, so check the dipstick to see what's happening. In worse cases, the check engine light will illuminate.What happens if you put full synthetic oil instead of regular? ›
Let's Get You an Oil Change
Keep in mind that mixing synthetic and conventional oil dilutes the beneficial effects of higher quality synthetic oil. Not only does this devalue your synthetic oil investment, but it may also lead to you needing an oil change earlier than expected.
Modern synthetic oil is safe to use in all types of vehicles, ranging from new purchases to classics to aging not-so-classics. The idea that synthetic oil could harm old engines probably comes from a time before synthetic oils had been extensively tested.How long does Nissan synthetic oil last? ›
You need a Nissan oil change every 3,000-5,000 miles with conventional oil and 7,500-10,000 miles with synthetic oil. This equates to around once or twice per year depending on the oil used.How many miles can you get out of a Nissan Kicks? ›
Every trim level of the 2022 Nissan Kicks has a city driving range of 334.8 miles, a highway driving range of 388.8 miles, and a combined driving range of 356.4 miles.What recalls are on a 2018 Nissan Kicks? ›
Back over prevention: sensing system: camera
(Nissan) is recalling certain 2018-2019 Nissan Altima, Armada, Frontier, Kicks, Leaf, Maxima, Murano, NV, NV200, Pathfinder, Rogue, Rogue Sport, Sentra, Titan, Titan Diesel, Versa Note and Versa Sedan vehicles, as well as Infiniti Q50, Q60, QX30 and QX80 vehicles.
A Nissan car can put on a mileage range of 200,000 to 300,000 with proper care and maintenance.
However, most dealers and buyers consider 75,000 or 100,000 miles to be high-mileage. A Nissan can cost about $500 per year to maintain. This price could be higher or lower if you have a luxury Nissan or a less reliable model.How many miles is too many for a used Nissan? ›
Often, 100,000 miles is considered a cut-off point for used cars because older vehicles often start requiring more expensive and frequent maintenance when mileage exceeds 100,000.What is the transmission problem on the 2018 Nissan Kicks? ›
2018 Nissan Kicks transmission problems could include shifting delays, jumping or grinding during acceleration, a feeling of shakiness, or whistling noises and a burning smell coming from under the hood.Where is the collision sensor on a 2018 Nissan Kicks? ›
The Intelligent Forward Collision Warning system uses a radar sensor located behind the lower grille below the front bumper to measure the distance to a second vehicle ahead in the same lane.Why should I buy Nissan Kicks? ›
The Kicks is ideal for city driving as its small size and light steering make it easy to fit into tight parking spaces and maneuver through busy traffic. It offers a comfortable ride, and its suspension smooths out most bumps in the road.Is the Nissan Kicks being discontinued? ›
Nissan have discontinued the Kicks after just 4 years of its market introduction. The Nissan Kicks went on sale in 2019 to rival other C-segment SUVs, such as the Hyundai Creta and Kia Seltos, among others.Can batteries in Nissan be replaced? ›
We install Genuine Nissan Replacement Batteries, which are designed to meet your vehicle's original specifications. Be confident in the quality and fit of your new battery. *Certain restrictions apply. See Dealer for details.Does Nissan Kicks need to be charged? ›
Backed by more than 70 years of electric vehicle (EV) heritage, Nissan's proprietary e-POWER technology offers the driving performance and benefits of an EV yet eliminates the need for plug-in charging.