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2020 Nissan Kicks in Brownsville, TX

The 2020 Nissan Kicks in Brownsville, TX has already arrived at the Charlie Clark Nissan showroom. For the new model year, the subcompact crossover SUV joins the rest of its Nissan siblings and making the automaker’s suite of active safety systems standard equipment to its existing lineup of technology. The 2020 Kicks continues to be a nimble and efficient crossover SUV platform that takes full advantage of its unique geometry to offer a shocking amount of cargo volume for its size. Charlie Clark Nissan in Brownsville customers can choose among three trim grades for the 2020 Kicks, S, SV and SR. The top two trim grades are compatible with today’s most popular smartphone applications while all three models offer varying degrees of technological integration. Customers can schedule a test drive with the 2020 Nissan Kicks today by calling, 956-295-3028.

Future owners of the 2020 Nissan Kicks will have two rows of seats to work with that can accommodate up to five passengers. For its size, the 2020 Kicks can offer its driver and its passengers a lot of comfortable seating space. The driver and front passenger will be able to use 43.7 inches of legroom, with those in the back being able to utilize as much as 33.2 inches of legroom. However, the maximum legroom dimensions might be a little less than that for rear passengers, depending on how far back the people in the front set their seats. Each of those passengers will be kept safe thanks to the Nissan Shield 360® system that is standard equipment on all three trim grades. The suite of safety systems includes lane departure warning and blind-spot monitoring. When passengers are using the rear seat of the 2020 Kicks, there will still be 25.3 cubic-feet of cargo volume to use. Folding the rear seats down will make up to 53.1 cubic-feet available.


A photo of the front dashboard in the 2020 Nissan Kicks.

Performance Specs

Regardless of which of the three 2020 Nissan Kicks versions a Charlie Clark Nissan customer takes home, they will have a naturally aspirated 1.6-liter, four-cylinder engine under the hood attached to the Nissan version of the continuously variable transmission. This means that all models will be able to make 122 horsepower and 114 pound-feet of torque.

A photo of the touchscreen interface in the 2020 Kicks.

Connectivity Technology

There is an impressive level of connectivity technology in all versions of the 2020 Kicks. Each of the three trims offers an iPod®-compatible USB port, the ability to play MP3 files and support a satellite radio subscription. The SV and SR versions of the 2020 Nissan Kicks are outfitted with the Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ suites of apps.