Want to buy a Nissan Kicks e-Power? Use our car loan calculator to easily calculate your monthly payments in the Philippines. Enter the loan amount, interest rate and term, and get the results instantly. Check monthly payment price calculated by simulating a down payment of 35%, a loan interest rate of 12%, and a loan period of 4 years through the Nissan Kicks e-Power Loan Calculator.
The following prices are calculated based on: the prices of different Nissan Kicks e-Power car variants, a 35% down payment, a 4-year loan term, and a 12% interest rate.
Say Nissan in the Philippines, and you’ll almost always get compliments about the brand’s superb air-conditioning systems. Given the government’s recent announcement of an El Niño alert, which is expected to prolong the country’s sweltering dry spell, being in a Nissan might be a godsend – unless you have a Nissan Kicks e-POWER, that is. Problems with the Kicks e-POWER’s air-conditioning system have been reported as early as January 2023, with owners claiming total air-con failure despite their
Nissan Philippines wants to make your ownership experience easier with its new fixed-price servicing plan. Called the Nissan Service Protection Plan, the company said it provides a convenient way to maintain your vehicle while getting savings on your car's periodic maintenance. The maintenance plan allows customers to choose tiers for how their vehicle will be serviced. These include red, gold, and platinum, ranging from one to three years and a schedule of up to six preventive maintenance servi
2022 saw the largest jump in gas prices that we’ve seen this century. Almost overnight, what was once a weekly expense of ₱500 to commute to and from work became ₱1,000 or worse. And for a time, ₱100 per liter of diesel was a real possibility. While prices came down at the start of 2023, they’re steadily going back up, so new car buyers need to take into account the permanence of the fuel prices when buying their next vehicle. To help those still wondering what to buy, here are five of the most
Nissan has started making waves locally by introducing the Kicks e-POWER, an electric crossover with a gasoline generator. The Japanese carmaker is set to go further in the electric revolution by debuting a concept electric vehicle (EV) on its official YouTube channel on Feb. 2, 2023. “Join us on February 2 to see what happens when virtual becomes physical,” the company said in the livestream description. “Discover how our latest concept car takes zero-emissions mobility to the max!” The placeho
Ever fancied the Nissan Kicks e-POWER but wanted something bigger? If you live in Singapore, you might just have that chance. Tan Chong Motor Sales, the distributor of Nissan vehicles in the island state, is set to unveil an EV version of its T33 X-Trail crossover, called the X-Trail e-POWER, at the Singapore Motor Show 2023. Although this variant has been available in Japan since July 2022, this is the first time that it has been introduced in an ASEAN market. Electric motor, gas generator Much
If the AutoFun Philippines articles on the wonders of electrified vehicles have convinced you to buy one, perhaps you've thought of whether or not you actually save money by buying a hybrid. We crunched the numbers so that you don't have to. Let’s see if this basic calculation will shed some light for you. The buying costs We start by comparing the Nissan Kicks e-POWER, which has a series-hybrid-electric drivetrain, and a similar gas-only rival like the Geely Coolray. On the face of it, the top-