Body Type SUV
Engine Displacement 1.2 L
Horsepower 135 PS
Transmission Type AT
Energy Type -
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-
Expect more expensive vehicles as car brands update their prices for 2023. It's the first month of the new year and four manufacturers – Honda, Nissan, Mitsubishi and Suzuki – have already updated their prices as of press time. While some may only have minor changes, others have more dramatic hikes. However, we expect more brands to follow, especially those that have yet to implement changes since 2022. Honda Cars Philippines Honda Cars Philippines announced in 2022 that it would increase the pr
The Philippines is one of the very few countries in Southeast Asia where the concentration of supercars is insanely high. Still, not everyone can afford the fancy exotic cars you see in Interesting Car Spotting PH. So, why not look at some new and attainable vehicles that have graced our market? After all, the Chiron isn’t practical as a daily driver, wouldn’t you agree? Toyota Raize The Toyota Raize is someone’s vague idea of what a turbocharged, Wigo-based SUV should be – the idea of off-road
The Nissan Kicks e-POWER electric crossover is grabbing the attention of many buyers all over the country and it’s not hard to see why. If you don’t see what all the fuss is about, though, here are some of the fan favorite features of the Kicks that you might like. All-electric drivetrain As the first series-hybrid electric vehicle (EV) sold in the Philippines, the Kicks is motivated purely by electricity, using a motor that makes 136 PS and 280 Nm of torque, driving the front wheels. But unlike
Nissan Kicks e-Power 2023 has 20 images and photos, includes 6 interior images & photos, 10 exterior images & photos, 4 images of Nissan Kicks e-Power engine and others. Check out at the front view, rear view, side and top view of new Nissan Kicks e-Power 2023 here.
The fuel consumption of new 2023 Nissan Kicks e-Power in the Philippines is 21.73 km/l,and the manufacturers claimed fuel consumption of Nissan Kicks e-Power 1.2L VL 2022 is 21.73 km/l, the manufacturers claimed fuel consumption of Nissan Kicks e-Power 1.2L EL 2022 is 21.73 km/l, and the manufacturers claimed fuel consumption of Nissan Kicks e-Power 1.2L VE 2022 is 21.73 km/l.
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Nissan Kicks e-Power has total 4 color options in the Philippines: Gun Metal Grey, Cayenne Red, Reptide Blue, Pearl White
Gun Metal Grey