Suhail Bahwan Automobiles, official representatives of Nissan in Oman, added Nissan Kicks compact crossover in its lineup. The latest crossover is one of the most innovative, stylish yet practical member in Nissan Oman family of vehicles.
Nissan introduced Kicks in Brazil during Rio Olympics 2016, and plans to launch it in 80 more countries. Boasting an aerodynamic body, coupled with Nissan’s Intelligent Mobility system and heightened driving position, the new entrant is targeting young urban commuters in the Sultanate.
Advance chassis control, Around View Monitor (AVM), Moving Object Detection (MOD) and a host of other smart features make Nissan Kicks stand out in highly competitive compact crossover segment. Nissan aims to reach its ambitious goal of zero emission and zero fatality with Nissan’s Intelligent Mobility system.
Nissan’s active chassis control uses not one but three smart drive assist systems – Active Trace Control, Active Ride Control and Active Engine Brake – that trigger split second responses to tackle every conceivable scenario.
Active Trace Control actively monitors and controls vehicle’s trajectory and intervenes via applying discrete braking to individual tire, thus ensuring total control even in tightest and slickest of turns.
Active Ride Control is Nissan’s unique take on heavy and more complex adaptive damping system. It aims to improve ride quality via micro-braking during bumps to ease their impact on suspension.
Finally, Active Engine Brake stabilizes speed on release of accelerator thus once improving overall drive experience.
Upfront it has V-motion grille, the boomerang head and taillights, and the floating coup-style roof with a wrap-around visor look to the windscreen and side glass.
Under the hood, the new Nissan Kicks has 1.6L engine pumping out 118 horsepower and 149 Nm of torque.