2023 Nissan Kicks Owner's Manual

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2023 Nissan Kicks Owner's Manual

The Nissan Kicks is a front-wheel drive K1 crossover. The car was presented during the 2016 Summer Olympics in Brazil, and sales of the car started there on August 5. The model made its U.S. debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show in late November 2017.

The Kicks crossover is not an official replacement for the Juke in the States, where sales of the crossover, unlike in Europe, did not go well (10157 Juke crossovers were sold in the States in 2017). Kicks noticeably larger than its “predecessor” in size – it is longer than Juke by 160 mm (4295 mm), and also higher than it by 25 mm (1585 mm). In size of wheelbase Kicks also wins: 2619 mm, which is 90 mm more than the distance between the wheels in the Juke. It is obvious that the crossover will have more space for rear passengers, and the luggage compartment is roomier: if in Juke the trunk has 354 liters, then in Kicks specified 716 liters.

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