2024 Nissan Kicks Reviews, Prices and Specs

Calista Alma
March 18, 2024

The 2024 Nissan Kicks remains a standout choice in the compact SUV segment, blending a winning combination of fuel efficiency, agile handling, and ample interior space. Despite entering its seventh year without significant changes, the Kicks retains its fresh and appealing design. As an urban commuter, the Kicks excels, offering easy maneuverability and responsive performance in city traffic. Its impressive fuel economy makes it an ideal companion for both daily commutes and longer road trips. With its attractive price point and versatile features, the 2024 Nissan Kicks continues to shine as an excellent entry-level crossover option.

Nissan opted to maintain the Kicks without alterations for the 2024 model year, likely in anticipation of a redesign slated for 2025. Introduced in 2018, the Kicks is approaching its scheduled refresh, signaling a forthcoming full makeover for the popular compact SUV.

Starting at $20,790, the 2024 Nissan Kicks presents itself as a compelling choice in the segment, particularly with its entry-level S grade. Nissan keeps the trim options straightforward, offering only three levels, with the top-tier SR grade priced at $23,350. Unlike some competitors, the Kicks remains front-wheel drive only, eschewing all-wheel drive. For those requiring additional space and power, Nissan suggests the Rogue, albeit at a higher price point of approximately $9,000 more.

2024 Nissan KicksMSRP
Kicks S$20,790
Kicks SV$22,650
Kicks SR$23,350

The interior design of the Kicks may not be as flashy as its exterior, but it boasts a well-built, mature look with a user-friendly layout.

Unlike some competitors like the C-HR, the Kicks offers an adult-sized rear seat, ensuring comfortable seating for passengers and ample cargo space without feeling cramped.

Splashes of color throughout the cabin add visual interest and break up the predominantly black interior.

Despite its compact size, the Kicks surprises with its cargo capacity, outperforming some larger rivals. In our tests, we were able to fit 19 carry-on suitcases with the rear seats folded. While small-item storage is limited in the cargo area and back seat, front-seat occupants will appreciate the spacious door pockets and glovebox.

Even in what is presumed to be its final year of production, this iteration of the Kicks maintains its strong curb appeal.

The exterior design remains sharp and eye-catching, showcasing Nissan’s commitment to stylish aesthetics.

With its bold lines and distinctive features, the Kicks stands out in the crowded urban crossover segment.

Despite its age, the Kicks continues to attract attention on the road, proving that good design transcends the passage of time.

Fuel EconomyCity 31 mpg/Hwy 36 mpg/Comb 33 mpg
Fuel TypeGas
Basic Warranty3 years or 36000 miles
Max Seating5
Horsepower122 @ 6300 RPM
Cargo Space25.3 cu.ft.

Dimensions, Weights & Capacities

Curb Weight2629 lbs.
EPA Passenger92.7 cu.ft.
EPA Total Interior118.0 cu.ft.
Fuel Capacity10.8 gallons
Front Head Room40.4 inches
Front Leg Room43.7 inches
Max Seating Capacity5
Minimum Ground Clearance7.0 inches
Overall Length169.1 inches
Front Shoulder Room53.0 inches
Trunk or Cargo Capacity25.3 cu.ft.
Turning Diameter34.1 feet
Wheel Base103.1 inches
Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR)3660 lbs.
Width with mirrors69.3 inches

Fuel Economy

City31 mpg
Highway36 mpg
Combined33 mpg


Transmission TypeAutomatic
Recommended FuelRegular
Hill Start AssistAvailable


Horsepower122 @ 6300 RPM
Torque114 @ 4000 rpm
Engine4-Cyl, 1.6 Liter


  • iPod Connector
  • Bluetooth Streaming Audio


  • Folding Rear Seat
  • Cloth Seats


  • Bluetooth Wireless Technology
  • Cruise Control
  • Hands Free Phone
  • Remote Keyless Entry
  • Audible Text Messaging
  • Proximity Sensing Keyless Entry
  • Push-Button Engine Start
  • Smartphone Interface
  • Touch Screen Monitor
  • USB Port
  • Voice Recognition System
Review : 4.9/671
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