Having spent time already in foreign markets like Brazil, Nissan is finally bringing their all-new Kicks crossover to North American. Making its new global debut at the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show, Nissan isn’t officially say it will replace the odd-looking Juke crossover, but we’re certain it will once all remaining Jukes are sold.
The Kicks enters a super competitive and continuously growing small crossover segment, but Nissan is betting their new offering will ready to complete.
Pricing will come in at under US$19,000 starting MSRP, arriving at dealerships mid 2018, and will come packed with standard tech including Nissan Intelligent Mobility.
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