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The 2024 Nissan Kicks gets new equipment and is even more expensive

The 2024 Nissan Kicks gets new equipment and is even more expensive

The 2024 Nissan Kicks has gone on sale in Brazil with some news. There are four versions available, with the same 1.6-liter engine making 113 hp, always accompanied by a CVT automatic transmission. However, all versions are at least R$2,000 more expensive.

The SUV now has height-adjustable headlights and LED daytime running lights on the fenders, as well as arrow repeaters on the side mirrors. Two color options have been added in the Active Edition: Malbec Red and Electric Blue.

However, the Sense version no longer has a rear parking sensor. The Advance Edition added a new flip key design, and in the exclusive top-of-the-line version, the novelty is the option of finishing the interior in Almattiato Brown.

Exclusive Nissan Kicks [Auto+ / João Brigato]

In addition to the news, the 2024 Nissan Kicks has a Zero Gravity seat, six airbags, autopilot, air conditioning, power mirrors, slope departure assist, stability and traction controls, as well as Isofix. This equipment is present in all four versions.

The Sense adds 16-inch alloy wheels, a 7-inch multimedia center with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, a rear fin-style antenna, a chrome front grille, a reversing camera, and body-colored door handles.

Nissan Kicks Sense [divulgação]
Nissan Kicks Sense [divulgação]

Advance now gains a face-to-face key, push-button start, a 17-inch wheel, an 8-inch multimedia center, a center console armrest and a rear parking sensor. Finally, the Exclusive adds a 360-degree camera, Bose-signed audio, LED headlights, and digital air conditioning.

Nissan Kicks 2024 prices

  • Active CVT: R$112,990 (+ R$2,000)
  • Sense CVT: BRL 123,690 (+BRL 2100)
  • CVT Advanced: R$132,990 (+ R$2,300)
  • Exclusive CVT: R$146,790 (+ R$2,600)

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