Nissan presented the 2023 line of the New Nissan Kicks crossover, the brand’s best-selling model in the Brazilian market and manufactured at the Nissan Industrial Complex, in Resende (RJ). The novelties are in versions, equipment and color.
The Active version, which is no longer offered exclusively to the segment of people with disabilities (PwD) and also becomes the line entry option. Above it remains the Sense CVT version.
The Advance version now has a new center console and redesigned armrest that features two USB Type-A inputs (one inside and one facing the rear seat) and which has 25% more capacity. The Advance Pack Plus, equipped with synthetic-covered seats, gains an electrochromic internal mirror.
The top-of-the-line Exclusive option has the same new armrest, in addition to car-colored door handles. Exclusive Pack Tech now comes standard with an induction cell phone charger, in addition to the advanced set of devices that make up the Nissan Safety Shield. Composed of different safety technologies that monitor, protect and respond, it helps the car and the driver to monitor the movement in the surroundings, respond to unexpected actions (such as inattentive approach to a vehicle ahead) and to protect (emergency braking and safety). passive).
The Exclusive version also adds tire pressure monitoring as standard.
The crossover catalog once again has the Graphite Gray color option with a black roof, available for the Exclusive option.
All versions will now also feature the new Nissan NEXT logo on the front grille, trunk lid, steering wheel hub and wheel hub.
Check the prices of the 2023 line:
Active CVT – BRL 110,990
Active CVT with multimedia center – R$ 112,990
Sense CVT – BRL 120,990
Advance CVT – BRL 129,990
Advance CVT Pack Plus – BRL 131,990
Exclusive CVT – BRL 143,490
Exclusive CVT Pack Tech – BRL 145,490