Nissan has not been able to do anything special in the Indian market since the beginning. In 2019, the company launched the popular-kicks SUV in India in the international market to attract the attention of the people. But it also did not get as much love from customers as the company would have expected from it. In such a situation, Nissan has decided to introduce kicks with the new turbo petrol engine once again with a view to strengthen its hold in the market. It will be launched in the market soon.
2020 Nissan Kicks BS6 will be launched with this powerful engine
Nissan Kicks Features
The 2020 Nissan Kicks will feature a 1.3-liter turbocharged petrol engine complying with BS6 standards. This engine will be capable of producing 156 Bhp / 254 Newton-meter output. For information, let us know that Nissan’s partner company Reno showcased the powerful version of the Duster at Auto Expo 2020, in which the same engine was also given.
Nissan Kicks Engine
The engine is designed by the Nissan-Reno Group in association with Mercedes Benz. It is expected that an 8-step CVT gearbox will be given in kicks with this engine. Soon the company will also offer this engine in BS6 Duster.
Nissan Kicks currently offer 1.5-liter diesel and 1.5-liter petrol engines. With the launch of the new kicks, it is expected that its diesel engine will be discontinued.
Nissan Kicks Design
The 2020 Nissan Kicks Turbo is expected to be designed similar to its current model. And since it is already a feature loaded car, we do not think that the company will change it.
Some pictures of its testing model were also revealed from Thailand.
Nissan kicks BS6 price in India
|Variants||On-Road Price Mumbai|
|Kicks XL||Rs. 11.72 Lakh*|
|Kicks XL D||Rs. 14.15 Lakh*|
|Kicks XV||Rs. 13.71 Lakh*|
|Kicks XE D||Rs. 12.27 Lakh*|
In the Indian market, this compact SUV from Nissan competes with Hyundai Creta, Kia Celtos, Maruti S Cross, Mahindra Scorpio and Renault Capture. Of this, a new generation version of Creta has been launched recently. Nissan is also working on the face lift version of Kicks.