Nissan Brazil begins advance sales of the all-new global crossover Kicks. The Nissan Kicks 2016 special series arrives dealerships on August 5 and may be reserved online now. Nissan Kicks had its global debut in Rio de Janeiro on May 2, is the “Official Car of the Olympics” and currently leads the Torch Relay throughout 329 cities.
After its Brazil introduction this summer, Nissan Kicks will be available in Latin America later in the fiscal year and eventually in more than 80 countries worldwide.
Brazilians interested in securing the first Nissan Kicks may visit do so via NissanKicks.com.br. This limited run will be numbered, unique and titled “Nissan Kicks 2016” – alluding Nissan’s sponsorship of the Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Nissan Kicks interior
Like the Nissan Kicks, the advance sales website is innovative, intelligent and connected to the Nissan inventory. After selecting the desired color, customers can select between to special series options: two-tone exterior color (orange roof and grey body) or one-color body in all white or all gray.
The client then can confirm the dealer location that would be most convenient for him to complete the purchase process. Once the estimated price is provided, the buyer would get a web ticket to close the deal and secure their Nissan Kicks.
The first 1,000 Nissan Kicks will be delivered to customers in August, right in the midst of the Olympics. To celebrate the milestone, the front grill of vehicles in this special series will have a special mark running from 0001 to 1000.
The all-new crossover captures Nissan design DNA. The new body features a “V-motion” front grille while front and rear headlights boast signature boomerang shape. A “floating roof” gives the impression of extending the windshield to the end of the car.
The development of the vehicle was based on the aerodynamic performance, contributing not only to the dynamic as well as for comfort with reduced noise caused by wind.
This clever design ensures excellent fuel consumption and amazing performance. For this, Nissan has developed a car that, in addition to aerodynamic efficiency, has low weight, a modern and refined powertrain for the crossover.
The result is a powertrain that achieves optimal weight, power and performance relationships. The engineering achievements ensure ideal acceleration and agility while making Nissan Kicks “A” grade in energy efficiency and greenhouse gas emissions within the Labeling Vehicle Program (PBEV) Inmetro.
Equipped with an efficient combination of the a new generation of the 1.6-liter 16V FlexFuel engine, with 114 horsepower, and intelligent continuously variable transmission Xtronic CVT, the new urban crossover Nissan also received “Conpet” seal, awarded to the models participating in the tagging program to reach grade maximum energy efficiency. Average fuel efficiency metrics are expected to be the best in its segment.