Following a rather pointless teaser campaign, Nissan has unveiled the facelifted Kicks in the United States.
Looking far more attractive than its predecessor, the 2021 Kicks features a new front fascia with a “double V-motion” grille that is flanked by new LED headlights. The entry-level crossover also gains sportier air intakes and new LED fog lights.
Additional exterior changes are limited, but there’s a new rear bumper and restyled LED taillights. The crossover also gains updates wheels and a revised color palette that includes three new vibrant hues as well as new two-tone paint schemes.
Moving into the cabin, there’s upgraded upholstery and higher quality materials. The model also gains a new 8-inch infotainment system, an additional USB Type-C port and an optional center console with an armrest. Other highlights include newly standard Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility as well as an optional Bose Audio system and Intelligent Around View Monitor.