2020 Nissan Kicks

2020 MODEL
$18,870 - $21,120
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2020 Nissan Kicks Complete In-depth Review & Buying Guide

Updated on: July 10, 2020
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Nissan has a clear aim of targeting city dwellers with the 2020 Kicks CUV. The car tackles the intensity of the urban landscape with unique styling, roominess, personal technology, and street smart functionality. Built on the same platform as Nissan Juke, the Kicks carries over much of its accolades. It may not excite the everyday enthusiast but can very well engage the daily driver.

The urban jungle is the Kicks' natural habitat and that is where it thrives. Ask for anything more and the Kicks might seem out of bounds but that is the case with most city dwellers. All in all, the 2020 Nissan Kicks is street smart but it is no Jack of all trades.

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Pros

Affordable Pricing

Exceptional Fuel-Economy

Large Cargo Capacity

Cons

Unperceptive acceleration

No all-wheel drive

What's New?

For 2020, Kicks comes mostly unchanged with just the addition of Nissan Safety Shield 360 technology standard across the lineup.


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Features

vehicle bio

base price

$18870

bodystyle

4dr SUV

passenger capacity

5

drivetrain

FWD

engine type

displacement

98 cu.in.

horsepower

122 hp @ 6300 rpm

torque

114 lbs.-ft. @ 4000 rpm

transmission

1-speed cvt

chassis

frame type

Unibody

suspension front

Independent front strut suspension

suspension rear

Semi-independent rear torsion beam suspension

brake rotors (f/r)

10.2/10.2

dimensions

wheelbase

103.1 in.

length

169.1 in.

width

69.3 in.

height

62.4 in.

curb weight

2639 lbs.

ground clearance

7 in.

capacity

passenger volume

93.9 cu ft.

cargo volume

53.1 cu ft.

payload capacity

944 lbs.

performance

zero to 60 mph

9.7 sec.

standing ¼-mile

17.4 sec.

fuel economy

city/combined/highway

31/36/33 mpg

highway range

388.8 mi.

warranty

basic warranty

3 yr./ 36000 mi.

drivetrain warranty

5 yr./ 60000 mi.

corrosion warranty

5 yr. /unlimited

roadside assistance

3 yr. / 36000 mi.


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2020 Nissan Kicks in Aspen White color 2020 Nissan Kicks in Brilliant Silver Metallic color 2020 Nissan Kicks in Cayenne Red Metallic color 2020 Nissan Kicks in Gun Metallic color 2020 Nissan Kicks in Super Black color
Aspen White

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Ratings

Features

6.0

Engine And Performance

4.0

Fuel Economy

6.0

Interior

4.0

Exterior

5.0

Safety

6.0

Final Verdict

5.2

4.9

OVERALL RATING

Trims and Configurations

MSRP


2020 Nissan Kicks S

S

power
122 hp @ 6300 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
33 combined

$18,870


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
S 4dr SUV (1.6L 4cyl CVT) Starting at $18,870 MSRP (31/33/36) 122 hp @ 6300 rpm, 1.6 L, Inline 4, regular unleaded
1-speed cvt front wheel drive 5

2020 Nissan Kicks SV

SV

power
122 hp @ 6300 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
33 combined

$20,500


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
SV 4dr SUV (1.6L 4cyl CVT) Starting at $20,500 MSRP (31/33/36) 122 hp @ 6300 rpm, 1.6 L, Inline 4, regular unleaded
1-speed cvt front wheel drive 5

2020 Nissan Kicks SR

SR

power
122 hp @ 6300 rpm
fuel
Regular unleaded
mpg
33 combined

$21,120


Style Prices MPG Engine Transmission Drivetrain Seats Colors
SR 4dr SUV (1.6L 4cyl CVT) Starting at $21,120 MSRP (31/33/36) 122 hp @ 6300 rpm, 1.6 L, Inline 4, regular unleaded
1-speed cvt front wheel drive 5

Expert Review

4.9

Overall Rating


The 2020 Nissan Kicks presents a more than practical subcompact crossover with an affordable price tag. Don’t be fooled by the tiny dimensions of it, it is much more than what meets the eye. With style everywhere, Kicks flexes aesthetics and zips around the town with precise handling, comfort, and technology. Also, this affordable crossover is your chance to switch to a crossover segment. Priced economically at $18,870, 2020 Kicks offers next-level personalization options to play with.

Nissan hits the bullseye with the 2020 Kicks. Actually, the value for money trait is more than compelling for us to call upon it. Not so premium, but more than practical. The Japanese automaker has found a perfect alternative to its Juke. However, there is no need for more crossovers but there is a demand for it. Hyundai has brought a direct competitor in the form of 2020 Venue. Further, the sturdy C-HR from Toyota presents itself as an athletic option. Moreover, Ford Ecosport is also a key contender with Ford’s trademark appeal.

2020 Nissan Kicks Crossover Front View
2020 Nissan Kicks Crossover Rear View

6.0/10
Features

 

4.0/10
Engine and Performance

 

6.0/10
Fuel Economy

 

4.0/10
Interior

 

5.0/10
Exterior

 

6.0/10
Safety

 
 

5.2/10
Final Verdict

 

2020 Nissan Kicks Features

6.0/10

Nissan Kicks offers three trims for the 2020 model year: S, SV, and SR with many options scattered between. The base S starts at $18,870 and rides atop 16-inch wheels beholding active safety features, adequate connectivity options for a 7.0-inch touchscreen. Also, cloth upholstery comes standard with hard plastic interiors.

Moving up the ladder adds 17-inch wheels, Apple Carplay and Android Auto with automatic climate control and remote-start feature. The 2020 Kicks SV costs $20,500 (MSRP). Further, the table topper Kicks SR flaunts leather-wrapped steering wheel, fog lights, and a surround-view camera. No all-wheel drive is available and a single powertrain option is available across the lineup.

Trims

S

SV

SR

MSRP (FWD)

$18,870

$20,500

$21,120

Key Features

Automatic Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection

Add/Upgrade from previous trim

Add/Upgrade from previous trim

 

Lane Departure Warning

Nissan Connect 7" touch-screen display

LED headlights with LED signature accents

 

Rear Automatic Braking

Android Auto

Sport cloth seat trim with orange accents and stitching

 

7" Touch-screen display

7" Advanced Drive-Assist Display

Leather-wrapped steering wheel

 

16" Steel wheels with wheel covers

Apple CarPlay

Intelligent Around View Monitor

   

17" Aluminum-alloy wheels

Integrated Dynamics-control Module - Active Ride Control, Intelligent Trace Control, Intelligent Engine Brake

One available package is the SR Premium package with Bose audio system, premium seats with heated front seats and security system. Though it will cost you around $1000.

What do we recommend?

Skip the base for a brighter mid-level SV model which for $20,500 offers better content. The most intriguing and desirable ones are Apple Carplay, Android Auto, enhanced instrument cluster, bigger 17-inch wheels, and more driver-assistance technology.

2020 Nissan Kicks Engine and Performance

4.0/10

A daily drive to work or weekend getaways with your loved ones need to be accompanied by a comfortable yet well-grounded driving companion. Nissan has surely considered the monotonous urban scenarios while equipping the 2020 kicks with a 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine to mill out 122 hp. Nissan kicks is adequately powered but misses out on the occasional driving thrill to set the mood on a high.

The shifting duties are fulfilled by the standard continuously variable transmission, also referred to as Xtronic transmission by the automaker. The transmission is quiet, unlike other CVT’s and drives the front wheel. No all-wheel-drive is offered, though you may not miss this part if you ain’t a frequent all-weather road runner and it will also help you save on fuel.

Models

Nissan kicks S

Ford Ecosport S

Hyundai Venue SE

Toyota C-HR LE

MSRP

$18,870

$20,485

$17,250

$21,295

Engine

1.6L Inline-4

1.0L Inline-3

1.6L Inline-4

2.0L Inline-4

Drivetrain FWD FWD FWD FWD

Transmission

Continuously variable-speed automatic

6-speed shiftable automatic

6-speed Manual

Continuously variable-speed automatic

Power

122hp@6,300rpm

123hp@6,000rpm

121hp@6,300rpm

144hp@6,100rpm

Torque

114lb-ft@4,000rpm

125lb-ft@6,000rpm

113lb-ft@4,500rpm

139lb-ft@3,900rpm

However, under the hood, the 2020 Kicks provide a sustainable solution but some extra power may be needed for making it a thriving car in the segment. You've gotta push the pedal tight to get the engine revving across the passes or up-hill. The others in the lineup, like the Toyota C-HR or Ford EcoSport, might make you feel inferior in such scenarios.

How fast is the Nissan Kicks?

Sometime or the other, we all encounter a situation wherein we feel like pushing the limits. The Nissan Kicks powertrain lacks that vigor. Definitely, the engine is not high-revving but being disciplined is a positive trait, isn’t it? The 1.6-liter mill is quiet, efficient and dashes to 60 mph in under ten seconds. The time isn’t exceptional but adequate for the city use. 

2020 Nissan Kicks Crossover 0-60 MPH In Just 9.7 sec

The transmission makes for a perfect partner for city drives and relaxed highway runs. The timely-shifts and quiet character suffice the purpose. The engine is potent to perform if you wish to push the limits but that limit is short reached.

Models

Nissan kicks S

Ford Ecosport S

Hyundai Venue SE

Toyota C-HR LE

0-60 MPH 

9.7 sec

10.4 sec

9.9 sec

11 sec

Quarter Mile 

N/A

16.5 sec

17.8 sec

18.4 sec

Top Speed  N/A 118 MPH 130 MPH 111 MPH

Engine

1.6L Inline-4

1.0L Inline-3

1.6L Inline-4

2.0L Inline-4

The 2020 Hyundai Venue seems to imitate the performance of the Nissan Kicks. With such subcompact crossovers making their way in time, it feels that young and early-birds have what they desire and what could be their perfect companion, to begin with.

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What about the ride and handling of the 2020 Nissan Kicks?

The 2020 Nissan Kicks prioritizes comfort over anything else. The Nissan Kicks will definitely kick the happy hormones to drive you through your hectic day. The Nissan kicks is nimble and unusually fun to throw around but on twisty turns, it rolls and loses its composure. Going through the rough pavement the suspension is tuned to absorb it all, no matter what. The steering is accurate and direct, but the lack of feedback may ask you to be attentive until you get used to it.

2020 Nissan Kicks Crossover Rear View

Despite the crossover stance, the 2020 Kicks is a front-wheel-drive. Thanks to the light-weight frame, the kicks tips at 2600 pounds. As a result, Kicks is relatively bright and offers adequate speed around the town. Top-spec models ride atop 17-inch wheels that allow for a comfortable ride and precise handling. 

On the urban streets, the 2020 kicks feel right at home. Handling is fine, maneuverability is unexpectedly pleasing, thanks to the tight turning radius and fairly hatch-like dimensions.

How is the Braking Performance of Nissan Kicks?

On-road, Nissan kicks is one of the most affordable mini-crossovers. While front-discs and rear drums speak to its low price, braking performance remains unaffected. The light-weight construction allows the automaker to use smaller brake pads than other SUVs. But that makes for indefinite stopping distance.

2020 Nissan Kicks Crossover Front Brake is 10.2 in.

So, much like the way it accelerates, the Nissan Kicks is also slow to come to a halt. This CUV asks to be driven cautiously. It will deliver on its promise. only, you have to be wise about what you are asking for.

Model

Nissan kicks S

Ford Ecosport S

Hyundai Venue SE

Toyota C-HR LE

Brake Rotors Front

10.2"

12.2"

11"

11.8"

Brake Rotors Rear

8"

11.8"

10.3"

11.1"

Curb Weight

2639 lbs

3021 lbs

2557 lbs

3300 lbs

60-0 MPH 

140 ft

N/A

N/A

N/A

The brakes are responsive enough but other rivals show more authority. The brake pedal is light and feels squishy. Still, the nose-dive under harsh braking is fairly controlled and the Kicks maintains the line in emergencies.

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2020 Nissan Kicks Fuel Economy

6.0/10

Showing phenomenal fuel-economy ratings, Nissan Kicks behaves more like an economy car than an SUV. The front-wheel-drive and the CVT help attain such milestones. The 1.6L workhorse sips through the fuel in the city as well as on the highway and proves to be super-efficient. 

Though the smaller fuel tank of 10.8 liters limits the cruising range, still the exceptional efficiency manages 335/389 miles through city and highway respectively.

Model

Nissan kicks S

Ford Ecosport S

Hyundai Venue SE

Toyota C-HR LE

MPG (City)

31

27

27

27

MPG (Highway)

36

29

35

31

MPG (Combined)

33

28

30

29

Fuel Capacity

10.8 gallons

13.8 gallons

11.9 gallons

13.2 gallons

Range (Cty/Hwy/Combined)

335/389/356 miles

373/400/386 miles

N/A

356/409/382 miles

Emission

(Tons/yr. of CO2 Emissions @ 15K mi/year)

5.4

7

N/A

N/A

Competitors rate lower, mostly.  The Ford Ecosport and Toyota C-HR trails behind being the two heavy-weight contenders of the lot. The Hyundai Venue with its manual transmission lags behind in terms of outright efficiency.

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2020 Nissan Kicks Interior

4.0/10

The 2020 Nissan Kicks reflects on its low-budget character, proudly. The interior material used is not exciting by any means and falls flat. The hard plastics and cheap carpeting reconfirm that 2020 Nissan Kicks is built to a budget. However, the hatch-looking Kicks is more than what the facts confirm. 

The interior comfort closes down on any doubts with ample room both in front and rear. With excellent head and shoulder room, Kicks allows for all-adult seating both in front and rear. However, seating three adults at the back would be more optimistic. 

2020 Nissan Kicks Crossover Rear Seats

Getting in or out is easy thanks to large door openings. A high seat bottom for both front and rear passengers further equates to easy entry and exit. The seats sit high than the cars of yesteryear and adjust to recline, tilt and can be moved fore-aft for the most comfort. The outward visibility remains excellent, thanks to a large windshield upfront. The rear visibility is a bit more challenging due to the thick C-pillar. 

Model

Nissan kicks S

Ford Ecosport S

Hyundai Venue SE

Toyota C-HR LE

Seating Capacity

5

5

5

5

Front Row (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (in)

40.7/53.0/43.7

39.6/53.3/42.9

39.4/53.9/41.3

38.1/49.0/43.5

Rear Row (Head/Shoulder/Leg) (in)

38.5/53.2/33.2

37.5/51.3/36.7

38.6/53.7/34.3

38.3/52.5/31.7

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What all technology does the Nissan Kicks feature?

Lately, technology for entertainment and convenience to keep the drive engaging has become unavoidable. The 2020 Nissan Kicks has everything in-store to keep the journey fulfilled. Nissan Connect may not be among the most appealing infotainment system on the market today, but it is intuitive and user-friendly. A 7.0-inch touchscreen comes standard on all models. The display is big and crisp and falls in the eye-line of the driver. 

2020 Nissan Kicks Crossover Has a 7.0-inch Touchscreen Infotainment Screen

Standard on all models is a six-speaker audio system, Bluetooth connectivity, and front/rear USB ports. Available technology upgrades will add a Wi-fi hotspot, Google and Apple mirroring technology and a premium audio system. Except for the base, Kicks features Android Auto and Apple Carplay compatibility which also comes in handy for your navigation needs.

Key Infotainment Features

  • 7" Advanced Drive-Assist Display
  • 7" Touch-screen Display
  • Apple Carplay and Android Auto
  • Bluetooth
  • Bose Personal Plus Audio system with 8 speakers
  • Three USB ports and Auxiliary input jack

How practical is the cargo of Nissan Kicks?

Behind the rear-seats, Nissan Kicks offers the best in class cargo space. The opening is squared out and the loading lip is set low which makes the loading and unloading of cargo fairly easy. The 60/40-folding seats expand the space to 53.1 cubes, useful for loading tall or bulky items. Though the rear seats do not fold completely flat. 

2020 Nissan Kicks Crossover Behind Rear Row 25.3 cu ft.

Model

Nissan kicks S

Ford Ecosport S

Hyundai Venue SE

Toyota C-HR LE

Cargo Capacity (Behind Rear Row)

25.3 cu.ft.

20.9 cu.ft.

18.7 cu.ft.

19.1 cu.ft.

Cargo Capacity (Behind 1st Row) 

53.1 cu.ft.

N/A

31.9 cu.ft.

N/A

Both figures are above average, though the rivals herein are compact which allows Nissan Kicks to score better. The practicality of Nissan Kicks makes it an ideal choice at an affordable price.

Key Interior Features

  • 6-Way Manual Driver’s Seat
  • 4-Way Manual front passenger’s seat
  • Sport Cloth Seat Trim with orange accents and stitching
  • Leather-wrapped steering wheel
  • Chrome Interior Door Handles and Parking Brake Button
  • Automatic Temperature Control
  • Push Button Ignition
  • Variable Intermittent Windshield Wipers
  • Rear Door Alert

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Neither too quick nor too upscale but plenty reliable is what the Kicks is

2020 Nissan Kicks Crossover Interior
2020 Nissan Kicks Crossover Interior
2020 Nissan Kicks Crossover Interior
2020 Nissan Kicks Crossover Interior
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2020 Nissan Kicks Crossover Interior
2020 Nissan Kicks Crossover Interior
2020 Nissan Kicks Crossover Interior
2020 Nissan Kicks Crossover Interior
2020 Nissan Kicks Crossover Interior
2020 Nissan Kicks Crossover Rear Seats
2020 Nissan Kicks Crossover Rear Seats
2020 Nissan Kicks Crossover Rear Mirror
2020 Nissan Kicks Crossover Rear Mirror

2020 Nissan Kicks Exterior

5.0/10

From the outside, the 2020 Nissan Kicks presents a stylish first impression and sustains the appeal. The unique grille, available LED headlights and sloping roofline presents an expressive sense of style and substance. Further complementing the bold design are the wheel arch fenders and the rising character line on the bodysides. In addition, dark lower body trim magnifies the height, highlighting the high ground clearance.

2020 Nissan Kicks Crossover Three Quarter View

The 2020 Kicks comes in a spectrum of seven body colors along with optional two-tone paint schemes. So there is something to be happy about, is it?

Model

Nissan kicks S

Ford Ecosport S

Hyundai Venue SE

Toyota C-HR LE

Curb Weight 

2639 lbs

3021 lbs

2557 lbs

3300 lbs

Length

169.1"

161.3"

159.1"

172.6"

Width

69.3"

69.5"

69.7"

70.7"

Height

62.4"

64.8"

61.6"

61.6"

Ground Clearance

7"

N/A

6.69"

5.9"

Wheelbase

103.1"

99.2"

99.2"

103.9"

Key Exterior Features

  • Led Headlights with Led signature accents
  • Intelligent Auto Headlights
  • Chrome/Dark Chrome Grille
  • Heated Outside Mirrors
  • Roof Rails

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2020 Nissan Kicks Crossover Exterior
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2020 Nissan Kicks Crossover Tail Light
2020 Nissan Kicks Crossover Tail Light
2020 Nissan Kicks Crossover Badge
2020 Nissan Kicks Crossover Badge

2020 Nissan Kicks Safety

6.0/10

For 2020, Nissan has made Nissan Safety Shield 360 standard across all trims for better safety, security and driver convenience. It packs myriad technologies like Automatic Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection, Rear Automatic Braking, Lane Departure Warning to name a few. In addition, Rear Door Alert is now standard on Kicks SV and SR grades, while Kicks SR includes standard Intelligent Around View® Monitor.

The 2020 Nissan Kicks gets a mixed scorecard with quite many highs than lows. The NHTSA rated the 2020 Kicks with four stars, while Kicks sailed through the IIHS crash tests. Being the Top Safety Pick, SR managed a good crash-test score. The Kicks S and SV models due to headlights misses out to qualify for the same.

Key Safety Features

  • Airbags
  • Tire Pressure Monitoring System
  • LATCH System
  • Nissan Vehicle Immobilizer System
  • Side door guard beams

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2020 Nissan Kicks Competition

Nissan Kicks Vs Ford Ecosport

The 2020 Nissan Kicks stacks up against the Ford Ecosport. In terms of comfort, passengers in the backseat will prefer Ford Ecosport for better legroom but in front, it's a different story altogether. For some, if bigger is better, Nissan Kicks wins here with a slightly longer dimension. Also, Kicks turn out to be a better financial choice but in terms of power, it is lesser than the Ford.

2020 Ford Ecosport

Nissan Kicks Vs Hyundai Venue

The 2020 Hyundai Venue seems to be an identical twin of the 2020 Nissan Kicks in terms of utility and behavior. The two share a lot of similarities including power and performance. But Nissan Kicks surpasses the 2020 Venue with better cargo capacity, roomier interiors, and unmatchable fuel economy. However, Kicks lack some desirable features which allow Hyundai to score better. Though both cars are equally potent, it will be a difficult choice. P.S.- Hyundai offers an unmatchable warranty.

2020 Hyundai Venue

Nissan Kicks Vs Toyota C-HR

The Toyota C-HR features a long list of standard features and above-average reliability ratings but still couldn’t make it to a good SUV list. The cramped interiors and drab styling along with lack of practicality are to be blamed. The powerful engine of C-HR doesn’t result in any better acceleration and drones throughout. Additionally, the Nissan Kicks cost way less than the Toyota C-HR for everything better.

2020 Toyota C-HR

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2020 Nissan Kicks Final Verdict

5.2/10

The 2020 Nissan Kicks comes with slightest of changes and we were not disenchanted with what is on offer at such an affordable price. For youthful drivers or others on budget when things look black and white, Kicks brings expressive styling, plenty of room and technology in abundance. However, shoppers looking for neck-snapping acceleration or a spirited driving experience may have to look for other options.

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Eric N. Peppers

2020 Nissan Kicks

SR 4dr SUV (1.6L 4cyl CVT)

10

User Overall Rating

Posted On: August 10, 2020

A single flaw

Pros - Smooth and linear driving dynamics, handles well on corners, automatic emergency brakes

Cons - Cupholders aren't a thing for rear seats, not ingeniously placed in the first row as well

Overall Review

10 /10 Overall Rating

Smooth driving because of the transmission that never actually shifts but keeps on driving in the same gear. Easy to handle around those hairpins and in city as well

10/10
Features
9/10
Interior
10/10
Design
10/10
Safety
10/10
Reliability
10/10
Deal Value
9/10
Dealer Review

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Scott D. Cunningham

2020 Nissan Kicks

SV 4dr SUV (1.6L 4cyl CVT)

9

User Overall Rating

Posted On: August 10, 2020

The best budget crossover

Pros - Price, Siri, fuel efficiency

Cons - Center screen glare, tire size doesn't match the built, tank size

Overall Review

9 /10 Overall Rating

Wonderfully priced crossover from a make like Nissan that actually drives better than its price tag. Sure could improve a couple of things but nothing for driving as I happen to be writing. So many features make the driving a bit more fun and easy. All this with 30'ish mpg average, sounds like some deal to me. Albeit I'm sure tank size could have been better in size. Its a little dinky for this body class

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Features
9/10
Interior
9/10
Design
10/10
Safety
10/10
Reliability
10/10
Deal Value
10/10
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A single flaw

Smooth driving because of the transmission that never actually shifts but keeps on driving in the same gear. Easy to handle around those hairpins and in city as well

by Eric N. Peppers

9

User Overall Rating

The best budget crossover

Wonderfully priced crossover from a make like Nissan that actually drives better than its price tag. Sure could improve a couple of things but nothing for driving as I happen to be writing. So many features make the driving a bit more fun and easy. All this with 30'ish mpg average, sounds like some deal to me. Albeit I'm sure tank size could have been better in size. Its a little dinky for this bo...

by Scott D. Cunningham

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