I don't think any Kicks had them, and that is why the guy on Facebook shared his experience in detail. He gave his steps and the vendor and told how to contact Nissan for the reimbursement. If you feel you must have the cover, that is going to be your route. Just remember to keep it clean under the cover and keep up with the temps. I have a 350Z in addition to the Kicks SR, and I can tell you that Z enthusiasts often remove their engine cover to help with cooling and to give additional room under the hood for other accessories. So, if you feel you need the cover, follow the guy's steps on Facebook. Others have with the same success.