The 2021 Nissan Kick has earned a redesign that has also bumped up its price by a few hundred dollars. Initially, the company only released the price for the base model but now the costing for all the other trims has been revealed.
The cheapest ‘S’ variant starts at $19,500 excluding the 1 grand delivery fee. The next model in the line-up is almost two thousand dollars expensive. We are talking about the SV model that has a price of $21,300. The range topping variant called the SR has a $21,940 price tag.
The brand-new Nissan Kicks facelift has a V-shaped grille in the front that adds to the aesthetic appeal of the vehicle. Other than that you get LED headlights as standard on all the models, with the top variant getting LED Fog lights on top of that. The exterior has also been changed from the back with the addition of a new bumper and redesigned taillights.
If you take a look inside the cabin, you will find a decent 7.0-inch infotainment display. You have the ability to upgrade to an 8.0-inch system in the top two SV and SR trims. The infotainment system has all the latest amenities, including Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and navigation. The center console has three USB charging ports, with an extra USB-C port in the SV and SR models.
Nissan has added a host of active driver safety assists to improve your driving experience. The Nissan Safety Shield is included, which means that rear automatic braking, reverse parking camera and lane assists can be found inside the SUV.
The range-topping SR grade can be made even better by opting for the Premium Package. It costs $1,200 but the upgrade is worth every penny, as you get heated front seats, heated steering wheel, Wi-Fi hotspot, 8-speaker Bose system, security system, and Prima-Tex fabric in the vehicle.
The engine is carried over from last year but the two top models get 4-wheel disc brakes, so more stopping power with the same acceleration and speed. The 2021 Nissan Kick is the perfect vehicle for the everyday commuter.