2022 Nissan Kicks

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  • Overview

    A red 2022 Nissan Kicks is angled left.

    If you're in the market for an affordable and sporty SUV, then the 2022 Nissan Kicks has most likely grabbed your attention. It has an appealing price tag across each of its three trims, so enjoying some of the luxury packages and add-ons still won't break the bank. Plus, as a compact crossover, it's got all of the room you need for passengers and cargo without having the heft of a full-size SUV. It's really easy to maneuver, boasting light and nimble handling that's ideal for congested city streets. It's a breeze to get into smaller parking spots, too. Of course, with an impressive fuel economy, it's also ready to get you through a long road trip without blowing all of your travel budget on gas.

    In spite of its compact appearance, the 2022 Nissan Kicks boasts a spacious cabin and is filled with thoughtful cargo areas and features that make it ready for long drives. Road trip passengers will be happy in this car. It's also rich with technology to keep you and your passengers entertained and safe. The car's sleek style is worth noting, too. It has the eye-catching look of a luxury vehicle while conveniently skipping the luxury price. All in all, it certainly packs a punch for its wallet-friendly price and adds Nissan to the name of major players in the compact SUV market. Here's a closer look at all this fun little SUV has to offer.


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  • Fuel Economy and Performance

    A grey 2022 Nissan Kicks is shown from the front driving through a city.

    Affordable and Efficient

    If you're going to talk about the 2022 Nissan Kicks, you have to talk about its fuel economy. With fuel prices skyrocketing, a fuel-efficient vehicle is a hot commodity right now. So it's no wonder that people are taking notice of this car's 33 MPG. That's significantly better fuel economy than what drivers find on many crossovers today and will result in a major reduction in pulling over to fill up. Drivers will notice just how long they can go before it's time to visit the pump in this vehicle. It's actually designed with several features made to boost its fuel efficiency, like a lightweight body design and electric steering that adjusts according to speed to draw less power from the engine.

    Comfortable and Sporty

    As for the behind-the-wheel experience, this car feels perky and sporty. It's a great city car because it's highly responsive and takes turns with ease. It even has intelligent trace control that allows each wheel to brake individually, helping the car grip tight corners when making turns. And, because you never know when city traffic will mean getting stuck on an incline, the car also has hill start assist, which keeps the car in place while you switch over from the brake to the gas. The car was clearly designed with the particular challenges of city driving in mind and contains features that can get drivers out of tight spots––literally and figuratively.

    Those who hate a bumpy ride will like the active ride control in this vehicle. This feature automatically brakes and adjusts engine torque to create a smoother driving experience. That's certainly a perk for those who take beverages on the go.

  • Interior and Cargo

    The grey interior of a 2022 Nissan Kicks shows two rows of seating.

    Plenty of Cargo Space

    Though it might be small in size, the 2022 Nissan Kicks contains a surprisingly spacious interior and is rich in cargo area. The front seats enjoy a deep storage compartment within the armrest for small, miscellaneous items like snacks and sunglasses. The rear seats have a 60/40 folding design, allowing for more cargo space when you need it. The trunk has a generous 25.3 cubic feet of storage area and was strategically designed with a low trunk floor to allow for taller items like bicycles. Plus, the hatch itself is high enough to allow a tall person to comfortably use it without having to bend down.

    Designed for Comfort

    If you do plan on taking this car for long rides, you'll appreciate the special Zero Gravity front seats that are made to reduce body fatigue after long stretches on the road. It's also available with heated front seats, a heated steering wheel, and heated exterior mirrors––the latter of which comes in handy when snow or ice threatens your visibility.

    There are also some thoughtful tech-based features Nissan added, like the rear door alert that reminds you to check the backseat for valuables before leaving your car. And as far as comfort goes, the car's remote engine start system allows you to start the car remotely and adjust the temperature, so it's ready with the perfect climate for you once you get in. Those who live in areas with extreme weather conditions can greatly benefit from this feature and never again have to get into an icy cold or terribly hot car.

  • Safety Assist

    The black interior of a 2022 Nissan Kicks shows the steering wheel and infotainment screen.

    Prioritizing Safety

    Safety is a number one priority of Nissan, and that's apparent through the impressive suite of safety features in the 2022 Nissan Kicks. It boasts Intelligent Cruise Control, which senses when you're too close to other vehicles and automatically adjusts your speed to help you maintain a safer distance. It also has an available 360-degree bird's eye monitoring system that lets you get a full look at what's happening around your car and potentially helps prevent accidents. Another feature that can stop a collision from happening is the blind-spot monitor that ensures nobody takes you by surprise. This car really has eyes and ears where you can't.

    Drivers who have to back out of driveways onto busy streets can appreciate the rear cross-traffic alert that notifies you when cars are behind you. The automatic rear braking system will automatically stop the car if you fail to do so before a collision. In addition to detecting other vehicles, the 2022 Nissan Kicks also detects pedestrians and will automatically stop if you get too close to one.

    Looking Out for You

    This car can even help encourage better driving habits on your end. Its lane departure warning lets you know when you're drifting out of your lane, and its intelligent driver system analyzes your driving habits, detecting when you might be tired and suggesting it's time to pull over for a break. As far as courtesy to other drivers goes, it has high beam assist, which automatically switches to low beams when it senses oncoming vehicles and back to high beams in dark conditions.

    Hopefully, an accident will never occur. But, if it does, the 2022 Nissan Kicks is equipped with an advanced airbag system that can save lives. It has dual-stage supplemental front airbags, seat-mounted side-impact airbags, rear-side impact airbags, roof-mounted curtain airbags, and other bags in strategic and critical areas. This system can greatly reduce the impact on passengers in the event of a collision.

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    • Apple CarPlay/Android Auto
    • Siri Eyes Free
    • Automatic Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection
    • Blind Spot Warning
    • Rear Automatic Braking



    • Intelligent Cruise Control
    • NissanConnect 8in Touchscreen Display
    • 7in Advanced Driver-Assist Display
    • Remote Start with Intelligent Climate Control
    • Nissan Intelligent Key



    • Intelligent Around View Monitor
    • Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel
    • LED Headlights/Fog Lights
    • Sport Cloth Seat Trim with Orange Accents
    • Dark Chrome Grille


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