Nissan Kicks vs. Nissan Juke Comparison

Nissan Kicks vs. Nissan Juke
Nissan Kicks vs. Nissan Juke

See How The New Nissan Kicks Compares To The Discontinued Nissan Juke

It's no secret that SUVs and crossovers are getting smaller these days. Throughout St. Louis, and the rest of the country, more and more drivers are gravitating towards compact and subcompact SUVs that deliver the personality and style they want, in a size that's both easy to park and maneuver. At AutoCenters Nissan, where we proudly carry the full lineup of outstanding Nissan vehicles, we're excited to have one of the most original subcompact crossovers around in our collection - the Nissan Kicks.

A five-passenger crossover with four doors and two rows of seating, the Kicks is not the first petite crossover to come our way from Nissan. For several years, starting in 2011, the Nissan Juke sat pretty as a uniquely styled, tiny SUV option that drivers across St. Louis appreciated for its one-of-a-kind design and exterior elements.

The Nissan Kicks Replaces The Nissan Juke

But, as much as we really liked the Nissan Juke while it was here, it was discontinued in recent years to make way for an exciting, new SUV option from Nissan - the Nissan Kicks. Whether you knew the Juke before it rode off into the sunset, or you're just considering a new compact Nissan SUV for the first time, the Nissan Kicks has a lot to offer and is sure to satisfy your needs for comfort and performance.

Of course, if you did fall for the Juke and now, you're wondering what's different on the new Kicks, we can help. To help illustrate the key similarities and differences between the Nissan Juke and the new Nissan Kicks, we've put together this side-by-side comparison for your research.

The Nissan Juke vs. the Nissan Kicks

  • Size and exterior dimensions. While both the Kicks and the Juke fall into the subcompact crossover classification, the Kicks is a vast improvement on size. The Nissan Kicks measures an inch taller than the Juke did, and it is approximately 7 inches longer. Additionally, the Kicks wheelbase is more than 103 inches, while the Juke was 99 inches long.
  • Cargo space. With the additional length, one noticeable difference between the SUVs comes across in their available rear cargo space. While the Nissan Juke could accommodate just 10 cubic feet of gear in the its rear hold, the Nissan Kicks has an expanded cargo hold that can manage a more-useful 25.3 cubic feet.
  • Passenger space. Another area where the increased Kicks space is noticeable is in the passenger area. While the Nissan Juke may have felt cramped for taller passengers, the Nissan Kicks has a little more room to stretch out in, in both the front and the backseats.
  • Design. While the Nissan Juke was never designed to blend into the crowd, its exterior style was not highly customizable. Drivers could select from a variety of colors, but the options were limited. The Nissan Kicks, on the other hand, is customizable with color and contrasting roof designs. You can get your Kicks SUV body in an eye-popping, candy-colored scheme, and choose a roof with a different color to hep express your personality, or you can go with a solid option and get the whole vehicle in the same scheme. The choice is yours.

Meet the Nissan Kicks

To fully understand what sets the Nissan Kicks apart, not just from other Nissan models but also other well-known SUVs, stop by for a test drive. We look forward to introducing you to this stylish crossover in person and to helping you select the best one for your needs.