Indian the country which loves compact cars and SUV’s, but when it comes to SUV’s Indians always loved butch looks, great tall stance and spacious interiors with so many features.
Now Nissan India wants to enter in the ever so booming compact SUV segment with the Nissan Kicks which is larger than the Euro-Spec version that’s already on sale in Europe.
Compare to the Euro-Spec Nissan Kicks the Indian-Spec Nissan Kicks is 89mm longer, 66mm taller and based on a wheelbase that is 53mm longer than the Euro-Spec Nissan Kicks.
If you look visually the Nissan Kicks looks more compact than the Nissan Terrano, but that’s because the marginally lower height of the Nissan Kicks as compared to the Nissan Terrano.
But that said Nissan Kicks look more modern, urban, fresh and sophisticated SUV as compared to the Nissan Terrano which looks more of an adventurous appeal to it.
The Indian-Spec Nissan Kicks has a very similar design as the Euro-Spec Nissan Kicks except for the larger proportions in the dimensions and the height.
Up front, the bumpers have a different sculpting with fog lamps sits in line with the chin which looks a little away on the front bumper.
The all-new signature V motion grille is carried forward from the Euro-Spec model, but the mesh pattern on the grille is a bit different from the Euro-Spec version.
The Indian-Spec Nissan Kicks also gets projector beam headlamps with the shape of headlamps and tail lamps is similar to those on the Euro-Spec model.
The Indian-Spec Nissan Kicks also has a different rear bumper against the Euro-Spec version with a thinner black panel under the bumper. There’s also a satin finished scuff plate which adds a bit of toughness to it.
Nissan India confirms that the Nissan Kicks will be launched in January 2019 and will compete against the likes of Hyundai Creta and Renault Captur.