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.