Nissan Kicks 2022 Price In Malaysia

Nissan Kicks Specs

Slated to arrive in Malaysia in 2021, the Nissan Kicks is a B-segment SUV that's already made its way to Thailand and Indonesia. Based on what we’ve seen in Thailand and Indonesia, there is a very huge chance that the Malaysian-spec Kicks will be powered by the same e-Power hybrid-electric drivetrain. This powertrain uses a 1.2-litre 3-cylinder petrol engine that is used as a generator to charge the lithium-ion battery pack. Combined with the EM57 electric motor, the Kicks kicks out a power output of 129 PS and 260 Nm. There is a petrol powerplant, but that's only for the Indian-spec Kicks that is very different from what's offered here. Available on the Kicks e-Power is the One-Pedal feature that’s seen in Nissan’s EV that allows drivers to accelerate and brake using only the accelerator pedal for a more relaxed driving experience in stop-go city traffic. Boot space in the Kicks is rated at 432 litres which puts it not far behind the HR-V (437 litres) but way ahead of the Proton X50 (330 litres) with all the seats up. Don't forget about the size too - it's taller, longer and wider than the HR-V or X50 despite looking compact. The Kicks is certainly not lacking in safety features. In Thailand, where there are 4 variants of the Kicks e-Power available, standard safety features include ABS, ESC, BA, and 6 airbags - features that are enough to net it 5 stars in the ASEAN NCAP. However, the Malaysian-spec Kicks is expected to come with a full suite of Advanced Driving Assistance System (ADAS) including AEB, FCW, ACC, Around View Monitor, BSM, and RCTA. The Nissan Kicks has been a long-awaited model for ETCM with plans for its arrival dating all the way back to 2018. However, with the e-Power hybrid in development at the time, the launch was pushed back. Now, with the Kicks e-Power launched in some of our neighbours, we can expect the Kicks to finally make its Malaysian arrival this year, going head-to-head against the Proton X50 and the Honda HR-V.  

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Impressive Fuel Consumption

The Nissan Kicks may not pack a lot of brawn under the hood, it will return strong fuel economy. An automatic CVT helps keep the crossover in its most efficient power band.

Easy to Manoeuvre

Steering response of the Nissan Kicks is impressive. It is very nippy and has a good sense of control especially when navigating in the city.

Comfortable Seats and Space

Despite its compact size, the Nissan Kicks manages to offer a comfortable journey with its Zero Gravity front seats that is widely acclaimed. Good headroom and legroom enables tall passengers to sit comfortably at the rear quarters.


Less Responsive Performance

Nissan Kicks is relatively slow in response. You’ll have to really step on the acceleration given that you would like to accelerate fast from a stand still.

Low Clearance

Ground clearance on the Nissan Kicks is only 6.9 inches and it could be a negative point for those who prefer a comfortable position from getting in and out from the vehicle.

  • Overview
  • Exterior
  • Interior
  • Features
  • Driving Performance
  • Ride Comfort
  • Fuel Comusmption
  • Conclusion
  • Overview

    Nissan Kicks e-Power Overview

    Nissan Kicks e-Power a smart looking car that is sure to attract millennials that Nissan is looking to rope in and competes with the Proton X50 and the Honda HR-V. The electric motor is rated at 129 PS and 260 Nm of torque. The engine essentially plays no part in providing drive, as only the electric motor is tasked with getting you moving. The setup, just like the current Nissan Leaf, is linked to a shift by wire system and a One-Pedal function for acceleration and deceleration, with EV, S and ECO driving modes.

  • Exterior

    Nissan Kicks e-Power Design

    Nissan Kicks features a wider V-motion grille flanked by sharper and slimmer headlamps (with LED DRLs) and an aggressive front bumper that features prominent side air intakes in the corners, with integrated fog lamps. Meanwhile the rear bumper features a wide faux diffuser section painted in body colour and the taillights get boomerang-shaped light graphics. 17-inch wheels comes as standard for the Nisan Kicks.

    Nissan Kicks e-Power Dimensions

    Size-wise, the SUV measures:


    4,305 mm


    1,760 mm


    1,615 mm


    2,620 mm

  • Interior

    Nissan Kicks e-Power Interior

    The Nissan Kicks features a two-tone interior with Premium Horizon Orange and Pure Black accents, as well as Zero Gravity seats that are designed to improve comfort and minimise fatigue. Nissan claims that the Nissan Kicks has the best-in-class space, with 600 mm of knee room, 85 mm of headroom, and a 423-litre boot space. Steering wheel is similar with Nissan Leaf and the reworked dashboard layout and centre console to accommodate the model-specific gear lever and powertrain controls, dual-zone climate control, an eight-inch Nissan Connect infotainment touchscreen system with support for Apple CarPlay, leather upholstery and a seven-inch digital instrument cluster display.

  • Features

    Nissan Kicks e-Power Features

    On the safety front, the Nissan Kicks comes with dual front airbags, ABS, EBD, BA, Vehicle Dynamic Control, Hill Start Assist and Isofix child seat anchors. A wide array of active safety and driver assistance systems under the Nissan Intelligent Mobility banner that includes Intelligent Cruise Control, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Around View Monitor, autonomous emergency braking, Intelligent Forward Collision Warning, Driver Attention Alert, Intelligent Trace Control, a digital rear view mirror and Blind Spot Warning. Nissan Kicks scores a perfect 5-stars for the ASEAN NCAP crash test.

  • Driving Performance

    Nissan Kicks e-Power Driving Performance

    The Nissan Kicks B-segment SUV will be offered with Nissan’s e-Power powertrain, featuring an electric motor (129 PS, 260 Nm) and 1.2-litre, 3-cylinder combustion engine. The electric motor is powered by a 1.57 kWh battery located under the front seats. The e-motor drives the front wheels, while the internal combustion unit acts exclusively as a generator for a 1.57 kWh battery pack.

  • Ride Comfort

    Nissan Kicks e-Power Ride Comfort

    The Nissan Kicks is nimble yet comfortable, but it's not a thrilling drive on a twisty road as the suspension is tuned towards being a well-cushioned ride over harsh road surfaces. Steering response is crisp and accurate.

  • Fuel Comusmption

    Nissan Kicks e-Power Fuel Consumption

    According to Nissan, the Nissan Kicks has an average fuel economy of 23.4 km/l and a CO2 level of 100 grams per km compared to the Proton X50 and Honda HR-V having consumption of 15.6 km/l and 15.15 km/l, respectively.

  • Conclusion

    Nissan Kicks e-Power Conclusion

    Overall, the Nissan Kicks is likely to attract car enthusiasts with its good looks, impressive fuel economy and advanced safety features. Its futuristic design is sure to be a hit with the younger audience.

Nissan Kicks 2022 has total 11 color options in Malaysia: Super Black, Brilliant Silver Metallic, Deep Blue Pearl, Gun Metallic, Aspen White Tricoat, Aspen White Tricoat Super Black, Cayenne Red Metallic, Cayenne Red Metallic Super Black, Deep Blue Pearl Fresh Powder, Gun Metallic Monarch Orange Metallic, Monarch Orange Metallic Super Black.

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  • What are the best alternatives/competitors of Nissan Kicks 2020?

    Nissan Kicks 2020 will be competing against the likes of Porsche Macan, Chery Tiggo 2, Chery NEW Tiggo 3, Chery Tiggo 4, Chery New Tiggo 4.

  • Will Nissan Kicks have upcoming cars launching in 2021?

    No. Nissan Kicks has no launching plans in 2021.

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