2021 Nissan Kicks is coming soon in Nepal.
Pioneer Moto Corp, the authorized distributors of Nissan cars in Nepal, has announced the prebookings for the upcoming 2021 Nissan Kicks. It is one of the popular Nissan sub-compact SUVs, offering the latest innovation and technology alongside a stylish design.
Nissan Nepal is currently taking bookings for its two upcoming SUVs: Nissan Kicks and Nissan Magnite.
According to the Nissan social media post, the 2021 Nissan Kicks will be offered at its current price as an initial launch offering.
Before we get into details, let’s take a quick look at everything new in the 2021 Nissan Kicks.
2021 Nissa Kicks Specifications
- Engine: 1.5L inline 4-Cylinder H4K Petrol / 1.5L inline 4-Cylinder K9K Diesel
- BS6 Complaint: Yes
- Displacement: 1498cc (1461cc in Diesel)
- Dimension: 4382 x 1813 x1651 mm
- Wheelbase: 2673 mm
- Max Power: 106 PS @ 5600 rpm (110 PS @ 3850 rpm in Diesel)
- Max Torque: 142 Nm @ 4000 rpm (240 Nm @ 1750 rpm in Diesel)
- Transmission: 5-speed MT (6-speed MT in Diesel)
- Drive Type: 2WD
- Top Speed: 140 Kmph
- Fuel Tank Capacity: 50 liters
- Mileage: 14.23 kmpl
- Front Tyre: 215/60R17 – Disc
- Rear Tyre: 215/60R17 – Drum
- Tubeless Tyres: Yes
- Safety System: ABS, EBD, VDC
- Suspension Setup: MacPherson Strut and Twist Beam
- Seating: 5-Seater
- Storage Capacity: 400 liters
- Ground Clearance: 210 mm
- Kerb Weight: 1295 kg
- Colors: White. Brown, Blue, Grey, Silver, Black
2021 Nissan Kicks Price in Nepal: Rs. 48,99,000 (XL Petrol) / Rs. 53,49,000 (XV Petrol)
2021 Nissan Kicks Overview
Nissan Kicks takes a proper SUV stance with its upright cabin, flat bonnet, and tough body cladding.
It is a perfect fusion of class-leading luxury and provocative design.
The front section proudly features Nissan Signature V-motion Grille, complete with energetic LED Projector Headlamps and DRLs.
On the inside, it sports dual-tone interiors with meticulously stitched seats made from high-grade materials.
The rear section completes the overall stylish appearance with its boomerang-shaped taillamps.
2021 Nissan Kicks is available in seven colors: White, Silver, Bronze, Orange, Blue, Black, and Red.
2021 Nissan Kicks now gets a BS6-compliant engine, which will be available in two configurations: 1.5L H4K Petrol and 1.5L K9K Diesel.
Talking about the 1.5L Petrol engine, it is powered by a 1498cc 4-Cylinder inline Multi-point FI engine which generated a max power of 106PS at 5600rpm and 142Nm at 4000rpm.
Moreover, it is mated to a 5-speed manual transmission.
Talking about the 1.5L Diesel engine, it is powered by a 1461cc 4-Cylinder inline Common Rail Direct Injection engine which generated a max power of 110PS at 3850rpm and 240Nm at 1750rpm.
Moreover, it is mated to a 6-speed manual transmission.
Initially, Nissan Kicks will be available only with Petrol Engine. However, the Diesel Engine will arrive in future dates.
2021 Nissan Kicks comes with a familiar list of features. On top of that, it comes with a BS6 compliant engine. Here are the key feature highlights.
2021 Nissan Kicks Feature Highlights
- BS6 Compliant Engine
- Signature V-Motion Chrome Grille
- Boomerang Tail Lamps
- 8.0-inch Floating Touch Infotainment System
- Smartphone Connectivity with Voice Recognition
- Dual Chamber LED Projector Headlamps
- Eco Mode
- Dual Airbags
- Cruise Control
- Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC) and Hill Assist
- ABS with EBD
- 210mm Ground Clearance
- Automatic Climate Control
- Speed Sensing Door Lock
- Rear Parking Sensor with Camera
Nissan Kicks Price in Nepal and Availability
2021 Nissan Kicks will mark Nissan Nepal’s entry into the BS6 category. Interestingly, the pricing will remain unchanged as an initial launch offer.
Nissan Nepal will debut Kicks BS6 avatar with a Petrol engine in two variants in January 2021.
As for the pricing, the 2021 Nissan Kicks price in Nepal is Rs. 48.99 Lakhs (XL Petrol) and Rs. 53.49 Lakhs (XV Petrol).
On a separate note, Nissan will launch the Nissan Kicks with the Diesel Engine. However, that might take an additional two-three months time.
Nissan Kicks competes against the likes of Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos, Tata Nexon, and Suzuki Brezza.
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