The 2023 Nissan Kicks packs a punch for crossover customers with plentiful safety features, a high level of available technology and the flexibility to carry people, cargo or both. Designed to be compact on the outside yet spacious on the inside, it's an ideal fit for city driving – and boasts connectivity features that modern drivers expect.

Go with the flow. Available Intelligent Cruise Control helps you brake and accelerate to keep up. This available innovative system gives you a virtual composite 360° bird’s-eye view to help you snag whatever spot you want. If someone is hiding in your blind spot, Kicks can let you know with a visual alert.

Part of the Nissan Intelligent Mobility™ philosophy, Safety Shield 360 features six standard features that monitor ahead, behind, and on either side of your Kicks and can step in to help keep you safe.

Automatic Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection
Kicks looks out for what’s ahead and for people crossing in front of you. Automatic Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection monitors your speed and distance between you and the car ahead, and it can let you know if you need to slow down. It can also automatically engage the brakes to help avoid a frontal collision or lessen the severity of an impact. And when it detects a pedestrian or cyclist in the crosswalk, it can stop you in your tracks.

Rear Automatic Braking
Save your bumper. Kicks with Rear Automatic Braking watches out directly behind you for large stationary items you might not see.

If it detects an object, and you fail to stop, it can help you brake to avoid a rear collision or lessen the severity of an impact.

Blind Spot Warning
Wait — was that a car over there? Kicks with Blind Spot Warning keeps an eye on the blind spot area and gives you a heads-up if it detects a vehicle hiding there.

Rear Cross Traffic Alert
Rear Cross Traffic Alert helps you back out of a space with more confidence. It watches around the rear of your Nissan Kicks and can warn you about cars it detects creeping up on you from either side.

Lane Departure Warning
Hold it right there. Lane Departure Warning helps make sure you change lanes only when you mean to. If the system detects that you’re drifting over, it’ll warn you.

High Beam Assist
High Beam Assist helps out with night vision, while being considerate of other drivers. It automatically switches to low-beam headlights when it detects a vehicle ahead and turns the high beams back on when you need them.

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