2022 Nissan Kicks interior


2021 KicksOn top of all that cargo space, the 2021 Kicks gives you and your passengers an abundance of wiggle room with which to enjoy the ride. For example, it offers 93.9 cubic feet of interior passenger volume as well as spacious headroom, legroom, hip room, and shoulder room measurements in both rows of seating:

Nissan Kicks Front Row

Nissan Kicks Rear Row


40.4 inches

38.5 inches


43.7 inches

33.5 inches

Hip Room

50.9 inches

49.1 inches

Shoulder Room

53 inches

53.2 inches

In the front seats, you and one of your passengers will have the opportunity to stretch out with 40.4 inches of headroom, 43.7 inches of legroom, 50.9 inches of hip room, and 53 inches of shoulder room.

Whether you’re carpooling to work or taking a road trip with the family, the folks in the second row of seats will have a lot of space as well. Back there, they can look forward to enjoying 38.5 inches of headroom, 33.5 inches of legroom, 49.1 inches of hip room, and 53.2 inches of shoulder room.



With a step-in height of 15.4 inches in the front and 15.8 inches in the back, every passenger will have an easy time climbing into the cabin of the Kicks.

However, once you’ve all taken your seats and stretched out, there are still a few hidden gems to appreciate inside the Kicks. For instance, you’ll easily be able to access and control all your favorite infotainment features through the touchscreen display.

The base model of the Nissan Kicks comes standard with a 7-inch display screen, though you can upgrade to the available NissanConnect® screen on higher trim levels.

Either screen will give you instant access to your smartphone through the Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ integration features. You can use these systems to hook up to your smartphone and utilize all your favorite apps. From phone calls and navigations to music and audiobooks, you can do it all inside the Nissan Kicks.

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Safety and Driver-Assistance Features

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Nissan provides a host of standard driver-assistance technology, and automated emergency braking is standard across the range. For more information about the Kicks’s crash-test results, visit the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) websites. Key safety features include:

  • Standard automated emergency braking with pedestrian detection
  • Standard lane-departure warning
  • Available adaptive cruise control


Interior, Comfort, and Cargo

Interior styling is less trendy than the exterior design of the Kicks, but it is well-built, looks grown-up, and has a user-friendly interior. An adult-sized rear seat means it can haul people and cargo without the cramped feeling one might experience in rivals such as the C-HR. Splashes of color throughout the cabin do a nice job of breaking up the monotony of what would otherwise be an all-black interior. Despite its small size, the Kicks impressed us with its results in our cargo tests, matching and beating some larger rivals. We managed to fit 19 of our carry-on suitcases with the rear seats folded. Small-item storage is at a premium in the cargo area and the back seat, but front-seat occupants won’t notice the pinch thanks to large door pockets and a large glovebox.

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Nissan Kicks Colors

Nissan Kicks Colors

Nissan Kicks is available in 4 different colors – Deep Blue Pearl, Gun Metallic, Brilliant Silver Metallic, Monarch Orange Metallic.

Deep Blue Pearl
Deep Blue Pearl
Gun Metallic
Gun Metallic
Brilliant Silver Metallic
Brilliant Silver Metallic
Monarch Orange Metallic
Monarch Orange Metallic


When considering the Nissan Kicks, you’ll have three excellent trim levels to consider, each of which have the same interior and exterior dimensions. So, as you decide on the right trim for you, your main consideration will likely be the added amenities of each vehicle.

The available trim levels of the Nissan Kicks include:

  • S
  • SV
  • SR

As the base level trim, the Nissan Kicks S comes with all the standard equipment you expect out of a vehicle such as this. It has safety features like Automatic Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection and Lane Departure Warning. With all the standard technology and features, this trim level has a curb weight of 2,682 pounds.

The mid trim level, SV, kicks things up a notch. This trim level offers a few more features, such as Intelligent Cruise Control and the Electronic Parking Brake. This is also the first trim level to come standard with the larger 17-inch wheels. Altogether, these features help to bring the curb weight of the SV Kicks to 2,734 pounds.

Weighing in at 2,744 pounds, the highest available trim level comes loaded with all the features you could ask for. The SR trim includes everything you loved in previous trim levels in addition to the Intelligent Around View® Monitor and leather-wrapped steering wheel.

2022 Kicks Trunk and Cargo Space

In this corner of the market, space is everything. Sure, the Kicks isn't an Escalade, but people still buy small SUVs over sedans because of the added cargo capacity. Behind the second row, the Kicks offers an impressive 25.3 cubic feet of space, which is significantly more than the puny 18.5 cubes on offer in the Jeep Renegade and it even manages to beat the spacious Honda HR-V's 24.4 cubic feet. Unfortunately, the Kicks' cargo space becomes less impressive once the 60/40 2nd-row split-folding seats go down. This gives it 32.3 cubic feet of space behind the front row, which is dwarfed by the 50.8 cubes in the Renegade and the cavernous 58.8 cubes in the HR-V.

The cabin features a center console storage tray, two cupholders in the front, a glovebox, four bottle holders, and seatback pockets for rear passengers.