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Nissan is hiking up the price for the entry-level Kicks crossover, bringing its starting tag to $20,650. It’s a $430 increase from the previous year’s base model, but the new model now includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard equipment.

The rest of the range also gets price increases, including the SV trim, which now retails for $22,450. The SV now has a larger 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system and more driver-assistance and connectivity features.

On the other hand, the SR variant, which starts at $23,090, now comes with a Premium package that is usually worth $1,200. Too, it features an upgraded audio system, faux-leather upholstery, a heated steering wheel, and heated seats.

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The 2021 Nissan Kicks remains to be affordable. The new models have begun arriving at dealerships across the country.

The upgrades are more optical, however, as there will not be any mechanical changes in the crossover. All Nissan Kicks models for the 2021 model year will still be powered with a 1.6-liter inline-four engine that delivers 122 horsepower and pairs with a continuously variable automatic transmission. Similar to its market rivals Hyundai Venue and Kia Soul, the Kicks will only be offered with a front-wheel-drive.

Customers have nothing to worry about, though, as the 2021 Nissan Kicks remains to be affordable. The new models have begun arriving at dealerships across the country.

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