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Nissan will be adding $500 to the base price of the 2019 Kicks, which brings its starting MSRP to $19,535. This still makes it of better value than rivals like the new Kona or Honda HR-V, which both start north of $20k. I believe that the Kicks has already become one of Nissan's fastest selling vehicles.
All trim levels come standard with features like automatic emergency braking and rearview monitor and a 7-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. There's also a choice of seven exterior colors and five two-tone combinations for the floating roof, which itself is offered in black, orange or white. The SV and SR trims add blind-spot warning and rear cross-traffic alert technology to the mix, while the SR offers a premium package that includes the Bose Personal Plus sound system featuring two 2.5-inch speakers mounted inside the driver-side headrest.
 

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Odd to say fastest selling vehicle Town I live in 40,000 population, two Kicks.
Me and another , I love it being the odd man out.
My one is gun metal and orange other one is orange and gun meta,l It's ying and yang , always wave as we pass each other in town.
 

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Odd to say fastest selling vehicle Town I live in 40,000 population, two Kicks.
Me and another , I love it being the odd man out.
My one is gun metal and orange other one is orange and gun meta,l It's ying and yang , always wave as we pass each other in town.
I bet it will be difficult for some people to make the move especially with Toyota always having great offerings and Nissan not always staying competitive. I've actually realized Hyundai's pick up faster in sales than Nissan in recent years.
 

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I bet it will be difficult for some people to make the move especially with Toyota always having great offerings and Nissan not always staying competitive. I've actually realized Hyundai's pick up faster in sales than Nissan in recent years.
Years ago it was Toyota and Datsun competing with each other. Many don't know but Datsuns were actually Nissans. I've have three new Datsuns and they were all good cars/trucks. I drove the wheels off my former 1977 Datsun pickup. One thing that was frequently needed was to adjust the brakes, they weren't automatic adjusters.
 
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