Maybe some components but nothing related to the part of the assembly that depends on how the assembly mounts on either side of the roof. Components like motors, rails, wires, connectors, etc are easy to carry over regardless of model.The Juke has a panoramic sunroof on it as well and it's essentially the same segment. Can't they utilize that system on the Kicks and kind of have the best of both worlds?
I can see these showing up in good numbers at college and university campuses. Nissan did well with the Xterra which appeal a lot to these folks for that era of SUV's, now for this era the Kicks should have a similar effect, although now people don't care for something nearly as aggressive as the xterra.Giving people more options to configure something to suit their needs and style is a great way to appeal to millennials who likes to stand out. Nissan is headed in the right direction with the Kicks because even without the two tone roof, there's still the quirky rear and its sporty front, mostly from the angled headlights.
Yeah its a well rounded vehicle. I see Scion was doing well with the iA and iM in those areas and both models have a similar appeal going on in its own respect that the Kicks does. Which of the color combinations do you like?The Kicks' looks will definitely fit into the college and university parking lots with how many color combinations you can have and it's practical which is what students need in a vehicle.
Or better yet use that red in a different way.... to create a Nismo theme'd Kicks. It hasn't been done so far and surely someone with a Kicks will get to it eventually.A kick in Cayenne Red with a white roof would look phenomenal. For bright colors like orange, you'll have to really love the paint to live with it for years to come and I can see myself hating it after a while.