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  • ravindra asked on 11 Jan 2021
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    What is the global NCAP rate of Nissan Kicks?

    • Cardekho experts
    • on 12 Jan 2021

    The India-spec Nissan Kicks is yet to be tested for crash. Stay tuned for further updates.

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  • mallinath asked on 21 Jan 2021
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    When Nissan will launch the Kicks 2021?

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    • on 22 Jan 2021

    As of now, there is no official update from the brand's end. Stay tuned for further updates.

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    • Cardekho experts
    • on 4 Oct 2020

    The Nissan Kicks seems to be doing a lot of things right. Its striking youthful design and premium quality interior work in its favour. The dynamics are sorted and the mechanicals are proven as well. It’s got most of the contents to be a great urban SUV, but there are some downsides too. The Kicks doesn’t feel big despite being amongst the largest cars in its segment. The cabin doesn’t feel spacious either. There are some ergonomic issues as well that might bother some drivers and it’s not the most well-equipped car too, missing out on features like auto-dimming IRVM and sunroof, both of which would have added immensely to its appeal. And then there’s the absence of automatic transmission. Considering both the pros and cons leads us to the conclusion that the Kicks is a car for those who are looking for a properly stylish compact SUV. It’s for those who appreciate quality and are either buying an additional smaller (relatively) car for the family or want to upgrade their drive experience from an already premium sub-compact vehicle. On the other hand, Mahindra’s XUV300 will appeal to you for its high feel good factor and exciting nature. Despite a few quality issues, it feels premium and is very well equipped too. Its cramped boot can be a deal breaker for households with just one car. The rear seat isn’t class leading in terms of space and comfort either, but it is comfortable enough for two adults. So, the XUV300's value, practicality and SUV quotient aren't its main attractions. Its indulgent packaging, sense of solidity and fun to drive nature are, and will impress you enough to tempt you to open up your wallet a bit more for this Mahindra. You may compare both the cars according to their variants too. Do take a test drive in order to get better clarity. Check out authorised dealership details.

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    • Cardekho experts
    • on 21 Jul 2020

    Nissan Kicks gets an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility through which videos can be played.

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