Articles about Nissan Kicks

More exciting than the marketing materials would lead you to believe
How far is the break-in period for a car? It depends on who you ask. Some place the figure as low as 300km to 500km, while others estimate you shouldn't run your car hard for at least a few thousand.
The local car market’s electrification continues
Have you heard? There's another new crossover in town. As promised, Nissan Philippines (NPI) has finally launched the new Kicks.The Kicks lands in our market as the first Nissan e-Power model, equipped with the brand's new electrified powertrain
The crossover will be launched this month
You may have read previously on our website about how the Nissan Kicks is scheduled to hit our market sometime this month. Now, we can reveal to you guys just how much the crossover will cost, along with its official specs.There'
The new Kicks e-Power with a 4WD drivetrain also makes its debut
Nissan's e-4orce tech has come a long way, it seems. From controlled testing in the Leaf to making secure ramen deliveries, it has now made its way to the all-new X-Trail in Japan. But this four-wheel-drive
A new electric crossover is coming
Nissan Philippines (NPI) has been betting big on its e-Power technology. In fact, a camouflaged crossover bearing the e-Power logo was the brand's sole display at this year's Manila International Auto Show (MIAS). That teaser of sorts wasn'
If size doesn’t matter
When people talk about taking on the great outdoors on four wheels, they usually have something pretty sizable in mind-perhaps a beefed-up pickup or midsize SUV.Smaller models, though? Not very many come to mind. There's the Suzuki Jimmy,
It debuts in the US alongside the gasoline-powered Kicks
The Nissan Next plan is in full swing, and we've already gotten a glimpse of it through the launch of the all-new Z and the refreshed Navara. Now, the Japanese carmaker has unveiled two more redesigned vehicles to revamp its
We reach out to the company for comment
We can't believe we missed this, but apparently the recently revealed New Car Assessment Program for Southeast Asian Countries (ASEAN NCAP) crash test results for the Nissan Kicks contained some pretty juicy information pertaining to our market.Anyway, if you'll
This makes us want the crossover even more
Here's one more reason we want Nissan Philippines to launch the Kicks in our market: It's one safe crossover.The New Car Assessment Program for Southeast Asian Countries (ASEAN NCAP) just tested the all-new Kicks, and the vehicle scored
Do you think Nissan Philippines should bring this in?
We've had our eyes on the Nissan Kicks for quite a while now. It's one of the vehicles we'd like Nissan Philippines to bring in here to compete in the heavily-stacked crossover. We reckon some buyers might even
Yes, those are TE37s
It's that time of the year, folks: The annual Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show is now in full swing, and aftermarket nuts and manufacturers the world over have descended upon Las Vegas to show off modified Mustangs, souped-up Supras,
Just in time for summer
It's only fitting that Nissan has chosen the Kicks-one of the Japanese carmaker's South American crossover offerings-as the foundation for its latest concept, the Kicks Surf.The vehicle's home region, after all, is home to some of
To be sold in 80 markets globally
If you're viewing this on a mobile device and can't see the video, please click here. Back in January, we reported that the Nissan Kicks concept had officially been set for production on a global scale. But as such announcements
We want this in PH market
It's official: Nissan is coming out with an all-new crossover based on the Kicks concept displayed at last year's Buenos Aires Motor Show. The vehicle's production version will retain the Kicks moniker; it will be sold globally, beginning
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