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Showing posts with label Nissan Kicks. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Nissan Kicks. Show all posts

Thursday, January 5, 2023

Nissan PH Bumps Up Prices Of Kicks E-Power, Urvan

Even Nissan Philippines isn’t immune to the rising suggested retail price on some of its vehicles. Thankfully, the effect isn’t as widespread as what we’ve seen at Honda, but it’s also not as small as we’ve seen at Toyota.

Sunday, October 23, 2022

Review: 2022 Nissan Kicks e-POWER VL

Among small SUVs, the Nissan Kicks has caught the attention of people for one thing: its all-electric powertrain. Initially, there’s been some confusion on the role of the on-board combustion engine (we’ll get to that later), but the fact of the matter is, it’s the only one in its class to be powered solely by an AC synchronous motor. As such, there’s no denying that it delivers a great drive. However, at the same time, it’s saddled by a package that’s simply run-of-the-mill everywhere else.

Tuesday, October 4, 2022

Nissan Brings All-New Livina, Kicks E-Power To Visayas And Mindanao

Nissan Philippines is bringing the Nissan Intelligent Mobility Tour to Visayas and Mindanao. The Japanese automaker will be showcasing the Nissan Intelligent Mobility suite of technologies and will be highlighting the newly-launched Nissan Livina with a lifestyle display.

Monday, August 8, 2022

Everything You Need To Know About The 2023 Nissan Kicks E-Power (w/ Specs)

After debuting its technology and its merits for everyday driving, Nissan Philippines has now revealed everything you need to know about its 100 percent electric-driven compact crossover, the 2023 Kicks e-Power.

Wednesday, August 3, 2022

Nissan PH Reveals Specs, Variants, Prices Of 2023 Kicks E-Power Compact Crossover

Check out the full specs here (8/8).

We’ve already sampled the technology both on public roads and on the race track, now Nissan is almost ready to launch the first-ever Kicks for the Philippine market and believe me, it’s ready to “electrify” the market (pardon the pun).

Wednesday, July 20, 2022

Should Nissan Philippines Bring In The New Kicks E-Power 4WD?

Now, we have an idea why Nissan Philippines’s been so secretive with the all-new Kicks: they just launched it in their home market of Japan.

Friday, July 15, 2022

Thanks To E-POWER, The Nissan Kicks Could Be The Easiest SUV You Can Drive

Traditional hybrids have earned a reputation for being frugal, but not exactly fun to drive. Though technology has improved their performance recently, because the base is still a traditional internal combustion engine, it falls prey to some drawbacks. These include a delayed engagement of the gasoline engine (it takes a split-second for the engine to crank up at situations when power’s quickly needed such as overtaking) and drivetrain-associated power loss (they’re still equipped with a gearbox, after all).

Confirmed: Nissan Philippines Is Launching The Kicks SUV With Standard e-POWER Tech

After driving it as an unnamed camouflaged model last month, we can finally tell you: Nissan Philippines is launching the Kicks. Set for an official market debut in the next few weeks, this new B-segment SUV is set to electrify the segment by being the first local model to be powered by Nissan’s e-Power drivetrain.

Tuesday, June 21, 2022

Nissan E-POWER Offers An EV-Like Driving Experience Without The Range Anxiety

Having perfected its electric vehicle (EV) technology over the decade since the launch of the Nissan Leaf—the world’s first mass market EV, Nissan is set to introduce a new way of driving with soon-to-arrive e-Power technology locally.

Thursday, June 2, 2022

Nissan Brings Electrification To The Masses With Its E-POWER Technology

With a name originating from “Nihon Sangyo,” or Japan Industries, Nissan has a distinction of being one of the few automakers not named after its founder, a nod to its social responsibility as a mobility provider. As the automotive industry pivots towards electrification, Nissan is once again leveraging its technological know-how to launch e-POWER.

Thursday, May 12, 2022

Nissan Philippines Launching 6 New Or Refreshed Models In 2022

Nissan’s rise in the Philippine market isn’t done yet. After strengthening its hold in the industry as the third best-selling automotive brand, Nissan says 2022 will even be a bigger year.

Friday, March 18, 2022

Confirmed: Nissan Philippines Is Launching e-Power Technology

It looks like Nissan Philippines will be upping their electrification game with the direct confirmation that e-Power, the brand’s sort-of-hybrid system, is heading into the country. The announcement was made no less than by Atsushi Najima, president of Nissan Philippines.

Thursday, November 19, 2020

These are the Finalists for the 2020-2021 Japan Car of the Year

The Top 10 finalists for the Japan Car of the Year 2020-2021 has been revealed. Considered as Japan’s most prestigious car award, the following ten cars advanced to the final around after besting 33 eligible entries.

Tuesday, November 3, 2020

Was the Nissan Kicks Just Confirmed for the Philippine Market?

In the latest chapter of will they or won’t they, it seems the answer is definitely on the former as the Philippines might have gotten confirmation of the 2021 Nissan Kicks’s arrival from an unlikely source: the ASEAN NCAP.

Saturday, May 16, 2020

Nissan PH Could Replace the Aging Juke with the 2020 Kicks e-Power

The refreshed 2020 Nissan Kicks has been globally launched in Thailand. Together with the sharper look, the sub-compact SUV also brings with it a new engine: e-Power, Nissan’s extended range EV drive. With that, it brings all the advantages of fully-electric drive with no range anxiety. It also has a much more affordable price tag than the Nissan Leaf to boot.

Tuesday, March 3, 2020

Forget the Nissan Leaf, the Kicks e-Power is What We Should be Excited About

Currently, Nissan is shifting its EV education campaign into high gear likely because of the impending launch of its first all-electric vehicle locally, the Leaf. Now, while that’s all good, my eyes are fixed squarely on what I think offers the best solution for our local road conditions: the Nissan Kicks e-Power.

Monday, May 9, 2016

Will This Replace the Nissan Juke?

For all intents and purposes, you are looking at the Nissan Juke’s future replacement: meet the Kicks. Sounding like something only millenials could name, the Kicks isn’t a pair of sneakers. Instead, it’s an all-new small crossover designed for the global market. In fact, at its launch in Brazil, Nissan has confirmed that it will sell the Kicks in around 80 markets worldwide. Will the Philippines be a part of that? With left-hand drive assembly confirmed, that sounds very likely.