The 2021 Nissan Kicks Is Budget Transportation Done Right. Just Not Fast.
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Affordable cars can be some of the most difficult vehicles for automotive engineers to produce. The Nissan Kicks is budget done right. Fast? No sir. Opulent? No ma’am. But it’s stylish, comfortable, fuel efficient and comes with plenty of active electronic safety tech. The 2021 models gets some updates and for those that can’t afford a luxury ride (or simply don’t want to) it’s a solid choice. Cross shop Kia Soul, Hyundai Venue and Toyota CH-R.
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