Avondale Nissan promotes all-new 2018 Nissan Kicks crossover

Phoenix-area consumers looking to learn more about new Nissan crossover can do so with local dealership

AVONDALE, Ariz., Dec. 4, 2017 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Throughout recent history of the automotive industry, drivers have depended on crossovers to suit their needs more than ever before. To meet the growing demands of consumers both in terms of tech innovation and exterior style, Nissan has unveiled its newest addition to the model line, the 2018 Nissan Kicks, to the audience at the Los Angeles Auto Show. Local dealership Avondale Nissan has done some research on the new model, and is offering readers an inside look at what this new crossover will bring to the table!  

The new 2018 Nissan Kicks is set to replace the Juke in the Nissan line, bringing updates to its exterior and interior as well. Nissan trademarks such as the V-Motion grille will be present, and new innovations such as arched fenders and a "floating roof" will also enter the fold. A "Gliding Wing" dashboard with a centrally-located touchscreen will accent the Kicks' interior, and drivers can play all their favorite songs through a high-tech Bose® sound system.  

The 2018 Kicks is also primed to deliver ample power from under the hood. It will feature a 1.6-Liter Inline 4 engine, capable of producing as much as 125 horsepower, all while being able to achieve up to 33 combined miles per gallon.  

Though no release date has been set for the Kicks yet, estimates are placing its arrival date in the Spring of 2018. Those who would like more information on the model are encouraged to visit theAvondale Nissan blog or contact the dealership's sales team directly at (877) 921-9601. Avondale Nissan is located at 10305 W Papago Freeway in Avondale.  

Media Contact: Frank Kuna, Avondale Nissan, (877) 921-9601, fkuna@avondalenissan.com

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SOURCE Avondale Nissan



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