Nissan Kicks V Renault Captur V Hyundai Creta Specification Comparison
Nissan Kicks V Renault Captur V Hyundai Creta Specification Comparison gives you a small insight about the upcoming comparison between current and upcoming SUV’s
Just some days ago, Nissan unveiled the all-new Kicks for the Indian market. As of now, Nissan has just revealed the exteriors, on the other hand, the interiors will be unveiled in the coming months. Nissan will be launching this compact SUV somewhere around the start of 2019. Once launched in the Indian market it will compete head-on with the Hyundai Creta, Renault Captur. So let us see how the Nissan Kicks goes against its rivals on paper.
In comparison with the international model, the Indian spec Kicks is bigger, it measures 4384mm in length making it the largest SUV against its rivals. In terms of wheelbase, ground clearance, and width the Kicks and the Captur measure the same as they are both based on the MO platform. The Hyundai Creta, on the other hand, is smaller in terms of length, wheelbase, ground clearance and width in comparison with the Kicks and Captur, but it is the tallest of them all with a height measuring 1665mm.
Modern features and equipment:
Nissan has equipped the Kicks with a Full LED headlight unit and LED DRL’s and it runs on 17-inch dual tone alloy wheel. As Nissan has just unveiled the exteriors, the feature details about the interiors are still unknown. The Renault Captur also gets full LED headlights and it also runs on 17-inch alloy wheels. It comes loaded with a 7.0inch touchscreen infotainment unit but it isn’t compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. On the other hand, the Hyundai Creta doesn’t get LED headlight unit, but it does get a 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment unit that is compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.
Engine and Transmission:
Powering the Diesel version of the Hyundai Creta is a 1.6-litre mill which generates 128 horsepower and 260Nm of twist, making it the most powerful diesel engine among the three. It also comes with a 1.4-litre diesel motor that produces 90 horsepower and it is matted with a six-speed manual gearbox. On the other hand, the petrol version of the Hyundai Creta is powered with a 1.6-litre unit that gets an option of six-speed manual and an automatic gearbox that churns out 123 horsepower and 151Nm of torque.
Under the hood of the Renault Captur is a 1.5-litre diesel motor that generates 110 horsepower and is coupled with a six-speed manual transmission. It also gets a petrol version that is powered with a 1.5-litre unit that churns out 106 horsepower and it is matted with a five-speed manual gearbox. Most likely the upcoming Nissan Kicks will be powered with the same powertrain of that of the Renault Captur.