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The Nissan Kicks is back for 2023 and with a few different trim options available. Here is everything you need to know about the different trim levels available for the 2023 Nissan Kicks and how much you can expect to pay for a fully-loaded model.

A red 2023 Nissan Kicks.
2023 Nissan Kicks | Nissan

What trim levels are available for the 2023 Nissan Kicks?

The 2023 Nissan Kicks is available in three different trims including the Kicks S, which acts as the base model, the Kicks SV, which is the mid-level trim, and the Kicks SR, which is the top-of-the-line version. 

According to Nissan, the Nissan Kicks S starts at $20,290, making it one of the cheapest vehicles, let alone crossovers, on the market today.

The Kicks S also comes standard with automatic emergency braking, lane departure warning, and a 7-inch infotainment system with Apple CarPlay integration.

The mid-level Kicks, the Kicks SV starts at $22,150 and adds unique features like an 8-inch infotainment system, intelligent cruise control, and upgraded 17-inch aluminum wheels.

The Nissan Kicks SR starts at $22,850 and adds a leather-wrapped steering wheel, LED fog lights, sport cloth seats, and an Intelligent Around View Monitor.

How much does a fully-loaded 2023 Nissan Kicks cost?

A fully loaded 2023 Nissan Kicks will cost around $30,036. This price can be reached by taking a top-of-the-line Nissan Kicks SR and choosing every option you can at the dealer.

These options include a two-tone paint job, 17-inch black aluminum wheels, a set of splash guards, a rear roof spoiler, exterior ground lighting, wheel locks, a virtual key, a dual-camera drive recorder, and illuminated kick plates.

It is incredibly impressive to find a crossover SUV like the Nissan Kicks that can be had in its fully loaded form for around $30,000. With more and more vehicles starting at $30,000 for a base model, it is great to know that Nissan still offers a solid option for those drivers on a budget.

Which trim level should I buy?

The best trim level for the money is the Nissan Kicks SV. While the Nissan Kicks S base model offers solid features for the money, the Kicks SV mid-trim level is worth the money for the bigger 8-inch touch screen, adaptive cruise control, larger wheels, and a center console armrest.

Regardless of which Nissan Kicks model you buy, you will find yourself behind the wheel of an excellent vehicle for the price.


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