New 2018 NissanKicks SV

  • VIN: 3N1CP5CU1JL512698
  • Stock: JL512698
Odometer
3 miles
Fuel Economy
31.0/36.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Black
Interior Color
Black
Body/Seating
SUV/5 seats
Transmission
continuously variable automatic
Drivetrain
front-wheel
Engine
1.6L I-4 cyl
Nissan Kicks

Highlighted Features

  • Blind spot sensor
  • Automatic temperature control
  • Wireless phone connectivity
  • Exterior parking camera rear
  • Split folding rear seat
  • Remote keyless entry
  • Steering wheel mounted audio controls
  • Rear window wiper

Detailed Specifications

Dealer Notes

$3,382 off MSRP! 2018 Nissan Kicks SV FWD CVT with Xtronic 1.6L 4-Cylinder Super Black

31/36 City/Highway MPG Price includes: $750 - Nissan Customer Cash - National. Exp. 04/30/2019

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall4.3Out of 5
  • Read this before you buy...

    By SJ_35 on Sunday, March 24, 2019

    3.0
    I've owned my 2018 Kicks for three months and have put 7,000 miles on it. I have to be fair, so as a little upfront "disclaimer," I bought the Kicks after owning a 2013 Altima SL for 4 years, which I bought used and LOVED. However, after putting 100,000 miles on it quicker than I thought I would, I needed to trade it in with negative equity (there were other issues with the car that I couldn't afford to fix). So, it's important to understand I was a little spoiled before buying the Kicks. First, the Pros... The car seems to get decent gas mileage. By that, I mean that the electronic gauges indicate I get an everage of 32.5 mpg. Keep in mind that I put a minimum of 70 miles per day 5 days a week on this car, with 60 of those miles being low traffic highways in 55 to 70 mph speed zones. I love the parking assist cameras. These show an aerial view of the spot I'm pulling in or out of. After 30 years of driving, I'm still not the best at parking a vehicle, so this is a big plus for me. I also love the blind spot sensors. These alert both while driving and while pulling out of a parking space. Living in east Texas where tons of people drive oversized pick up trucks, with a car this small, that's a BIG plus when getting out of parking spaces! I like having two USB ports for charging that the back passengers can use. My teenagers find this the most important feature of the car lol. The backseat and cargo area are surprisingly roomy for the compact size of the vehicle. I love having a removable hard shell privacy cover for the cargo area as well. Finally, I like the way my Kicks looks on the outside. I get questions and compliments on it. It's a cute little car! Now the Cons... My main complaint is the size of the gas tank. It's like between 10 and 11 gallons. I literally have to get gas like every other day. Two and a half days, tops. I guess I don't understand why they'd build a car with great gas mileage, knowing consumers with long commutes would buy it, and give it a gas tank that tiny. The seats are like sitting on concrete. No exaggeration. It takes me 40 minutes to get to work, and yes, I'm a curvy girl, but my behind shouldn't start hurting the way it does after driving this car for only a short distance. There is one arm rest, for the driver of course... one. It's about 2 inches wide, covered with scratchy material, and not padded well at all. So, it's lose-lose whether you're the driver (uncomfy rest) or the passenger (no rest at all). For some reason, the designers thought it a good idea to use some cheap silver-coated pieces in the "high traffic" area of the arm rest/handle on the inside of the doors. Within a week, this looked scratched up and old. Not thought out well at all. The cameras, while I love the parking and blind spot assists, have to be cleaned a wiped down EVERY SINGLE DAY. Even after that, the rear one still looks blurry. Not once since I drove it off the lot has it looked like it did when I did the test drive. Now for the issues I hope to get fixed when I get the chance to take it back to Nissan for work... The technology has bugs. When I try to use my ipod (yes, I know, old school), the songs randomly skip, like literally similar to a scratched 45 record (also old school, I know). I had to switch my music to a USB flash drive, which works, but I lost a lot of options that come with ipod (for on-screen menus, etc.). The flash drive works, but I wish I could use my ipod. The display screen in the car (used for everything, of course... radio, ipod, satellite, parking cameras, etc.) doesn't work sometimes. By that, I'd say an average 3 times a week it freezes up or blanks out. I've had to pull over, turn the car off, and restart to get it working again. There's also the A/C - heater issues. The temperature doesn't adjust according to what the read out indicates. It literally blows either really hot, or cold. I can't feel the in-between temperatures or get comfortable a lot of the time. To be fair, I will update the last few paragraphs after my visit to the Nissan service shop.
  • AWESOMEly Fun Vehicle

    By Kicks Lover on Thursday, December 27, 2018

    5.0
    Been a Nissan owner for several different vehicles; Altima, Versa, Versa Note, Sentra, Rogue Sport and co-owner of a Titan with my brother. I have to say, before my new Kicks, the one I truly loved the best was my Note. This Kicks handles as well, if not better, than my Note. Cornering is amazing and it does have spunk...the puppy moves incredibly well. The standard sound system suits me just fine. The appointments inside are a step above, honestly. I truly do not think you will get anything better for the money. Worth every dime! It is truly fun to drive.
  • Buy it you will love it.

    By Peter on Tuesday, November 13, 2018

    5.0
    Buy it you will love it. What can I say it's a great car, handles well, brakes well, loaded with safety features. The only thing I miss from my previous car is automatic day time running lights. I find no problem with the engine, seems peppy to me. It really feels great on the road and take the bumps around Tucson in a grand manner. Lots of head room, easy to enter and get out of. I wish I would have looked at Nissan years ago. I love this car.
**Prices do not include additional fees and costs of closing, including government fees and taxes, any finance charges, any dealer documentation fees, any emissions testing fees or other fees. All prices, specifications and availability subject to change without notice. Contact dealer for most current information. MPG estimates on this website are EPA estimates; your actual mileage may vary. For used vehicles, MPG estimates are EPA estimates for the vehicle when it was new. The EPA periodically modifies its MPG calculation methodology; all MPG estimates are based on the methodology in effect when the vehicles were new (please see the "Fuel Economy" portion of the EPA's website for details, including a MPG recalculation tool). The features and options listed are for the new 2019 Nissan Altima and may not apply to this specific vehicle.

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