“Replacing the Juke at the small end of Nissan’s SUV lineup, the Kicks is a cheeky entry into the subcompact-crossover class,” Car and Driver writes. “The Kicks loses the turbocharged Juke’s fun factor, but it makes up for that with more interior space, plenty of features, and a smooth ride.”
Now that the Juke has been discontinued, the Rogue Sport and the smaller and quirkier Kicks will take over in the subcompact SUV segment.
Nissan’s new Kicks ad campaign earns this description:
“It’s a new crossover that’s big on attitude and self expression. It demands attention with dynamic styling and nimble performance, while Nissan Intelligent Mobility means seamless connectivity, and available advanced driver assistance features. The brand new Nissan Kicks—the tech that moves you.”