2017 Nissan Kicks Review, Preço, ficha tecnica
2017 Nissan Kicks Review, Preço, ficha tecnica – Will initially be for sale in Brazil the new compact crossover Nissan Kicks. It measures 4.29 m in length, width and height 1.76 1.59 m; the wheelbase is 2.61 m. The look had been anticipated by “Kicks” Concept “unveiled at the Sao Paulo Motor Show in 2014 and, thanks to investment of 750 million Real ($ 192 million), Nissan Kicks will be produced at the Resende Industrial Complex, in the State of Rio de Janeiro.
Marketing will continue in South American markets in 2016 and 2017 in other 80 countries worldwide. Among the Visual characteristics of the new compact crossover is the front grille, now trademark Nissan, arches pronounced, and Pavilion-style descendant Coupe. The interiors, Nissan will offer four comfortable seats, ensures a three-spoke sports steering wheel with flattened bottom of the Crown, a central screen from 7 ‘ color touch, plus some devices like the Around View Monitor and the Moving Object Detection. 2017 Nissan Kicks is based on V Platform Nissan, its modern architecture but light, which has been enhanced specifically for this crossover.
Thanks to the step of 2,610 mm, rear legroom and space for head is among the best in class. The cockpit offers ample space for storage of objects: a drawer with cover on the bridge, deep pockets on the doors, Cup holder and storage rooms in the center console.
Even the luggage space is remarkable: 338 liters well exploitable. The Brazilian version of 2017 Nissan Kicks is powered by a modified version of the 1.6-litre engine from Nissan HR16DE 84 kW (114 HP) and now delivers a maximum torque of 2 Nm 152, an improvement of 4 kW and Nm.
Latin American markets will power of 88 kW (119 HP) and torque of 149 Nm. For the Brazilian market, the engine uses a flex-fuel system, gasoline/methanol Flex Start System (FSS) which has an internal fuel heating system to ensure quick cold starts.
In addition to reducing fuel consumption and emissions, the FSS allows owners to never have to add fuel in the auxiliary tank for cold starts. The redesigned intake system has reduced the overall height of the motor, allowing a lower bonnet line that improves aerodynamics.
The front wheel drive benefits from the more recent change CVT Xtronic equipped with adaptive cruise control changed to improve performance, make smoother acceleration and reduce consumption. Kicks for the Latin American market will also be available with five-speed manual transmission.