More details on the Nissan Kicks BSVI
Nissan India recently revealed that the BSVI iteration of the Nissan Kicks SUV will get the new turbo-petrol motor that effectively serves as a replacement for the 1.5-litre K9K diesel engine. This HR13 DDT 1.3-litre 4-cylinder unit makes 156PS and 254 Nm, and is a derivative of the engine that was showcased with the BSVI compliant Duster turbo-petrol at the Auto Expo 2020.
The turbo-petrol engine will be available in five variants, the 6-speed manual version will come in XV, XV Premium, and XV Premium (O) variants. The X-tronic CVT version will come with the XV and XV Premium trim options.
The H4K 1.5-litre petrol continues to be on offer in the BSVI guise. This motor makes 106PS and 142 Nm, paired with a 5-speed manual and is available in the XL and XV trims.
Nissan hasn't revealed any details about when the 2020 Kicks launches in India or if there will be any changes to the styling or features on offer. We suspect the turbo-petrol version could be subtle visual tweaks to distinguish itself from the rest of the range.
The feature set should remain largely unchanged. This includes Nissan Connect with Smartwatch connectivity, auto AC with rear AC vent, cooled glovebox, Nissan's unique twin parcel shelf, dual airbags, ABD+EBD, Brake Assist feature and electrically adjustable ORVM, impact sensing auto door unlock, speed sensing auto door unlock, and shark fin antenna. New will be a start/stop function and a rem
A standard two years/50,000km warranty will be available with the 2020 Nissan Kicks, which can be extended up to five years/1,00,000km at an attractive price. A two-year free road-side assistance subscription is bundled in. Nissan will also offer a pre-paid maintenance service package starting at Rs. 2099 per year.
Prices of the 2020 Nissan Kicks are expected to start just under Rs 10 lakh, the turbo-CVT should be available starting from around Rs 11.5 lakh, ex-showroom.
Starts Rs 9.5 Lakhs
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