Articles about Nissan Kicks

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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