Nissan has just unveiled a new subcompact crossover vehicle for 2018, the Nissan Kicks, according to Jones Junction.
The Kicks is available with two-tone color schemes, such as white, orange or red with a black roof, gray with an orange roof, or blue with a white roof. The exterior looks more upright than the old Nissan Juke and is a bit taller and longer.
The interior also has more legroom and headroom than the Juke, making it appealing for small families.
Bose speakers are an available option built into the headrest for the driver's seat, making for an up-close-and-personal audio experience. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are also available, as well as automatic climate control and heated front seats.
All Kicks models are outfitted with a backup camera, emergency braking and forward-collision warning systems. Some versions also have blind-spot monitoring and 17-inch wheels, or a 360-degree camera system, fog lights and LED accent lights.
The Kicks has a bit less power than the Juke, with 125 horsepower.
Nissan expects the Kicks will be available in dealerships in June.