निसान किक्स Longer Wider एंड Cheaper Than क्रेटा
Nissan first stint in the compact SUV segment did not meet the expectations of the Indian car buyers. With Terrano, it honestly failed to appease the youth but this time around, it has come with altogether a different strategy. The Japanese automaker has finally rolled out the Kicks compact SUV cum crossover in the segment with the motive of offering a decent alternative for the Creta lovers. Just yesterday I was discussing this car with one of my friends and he said, I agree Kicks is better priced than Creta but the latter is bigger and looks more like an SUV than the former. I said you have a misunderstanding just like many other people. Dimensionally, Kicks is 4384mm in length and 1813mm in width as well as it has better wheelbase and ground clearance at 2673mm and 210mm respectively, as against Creta's 4270mm, 1780mm, 2590mm, and 190mm in that order. The reason why Creta looks bigger is that of slightly increased height. And secondly, people have been seeing Creta on every other street for the past few years that's why it has gone overboard. The better dimensions of Kicks means it is spacious from inside and offers a better legroom, headroom and knee room for the passengers. The exterior styling and cabin quality is also top notch in Kicks. In my opinion, Nissan has carefully designed and sensibly priced this car given the competition in the segment and also it did not want to repeat the failure of Terrano. The top-end petrol variant of Nissan Kicks will cost just Rs. 10.95 lakh while the same for the Creta will cost you Rs. 14.15 lakh. So you are paying Rs. 3.2 lakh more for a couple of additional airbags, sunroof, and a few more features. And I personally think the sunroof is just a useless feature in cars. And even if you opt for the diesel variant of Kicks it is still value for money as it gives you features such as 360-degree camera and larger 8-inch touchscreen infotainment. Also, if you see Kicks? lower variants have been decently equipped for the price and every variant offers you ample features. So on paper, it seems Nissan Kicks is well kitted and aptly priced. If you don't want to spend Rs. 15-16 lakh on Creta, Nissan Kicks can be a better option for you.
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