The Nissan Kicks will go on sale within the next few weeks.
Nissan has announced pricing for its all-new 2018 Kicks compact crossover. The Kicks is replacing the Juke — which recently went out of production — in the Nissan crossover lineup.
Pricing for the Kicks will start from $17,990 for the entry-level S model. The mid-grade Kicks SV will retail from $19,690, while the range-topping Kicks SR will carry an MSRP of $20,290. All prices exclude a mandatory $975 destination charge.
"The new Kicks is designed to fit the needs of singles or couples looking for expressive styling, personal technology, smart functionality and advanced safety features at an affordable price starting under $18,000," said Michael Bunce, vice president, Product Planning, Nissan North America, Inc.
The Kicks will be available with a number of different packages an options, including two-tone paint, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay connectivity, an Around View monitor and a premium Bose audio systems with integrated speakers in the driver's headrest. However, Nissan hasn't announced how much those available features will tack on to the base price of a Kicks.
One thing that won't be optional on the Kicks is all-wheel drive; the compact ute will come exclusively with front-wheel drive. All models will be powered by a 1.6L engine with 125 horsepower and 115 lb-ft of torque. A CVT will be the only transmission offered. Nissan says the Kicks will return 33mpg in mixed driving.
Look for the 2018 Nissan Kicks to arrive in dealer showrooms later this spring.