Heavy discount offers on BSIV Nissan Kicks before Emission norm deadline.

The deadline for the implementation of BSVI compliant engines is looming closer and automobile brands across the country are gearing up to launch vehicles that adhere to these new stricter emission norms. Coming into effect from the 1st of April 2020, major four-wheeler manufacturers are offering lucrative offers on their existing stock of vehicles. Off these, Nissan India that retails the Nissan Kicks compact SUV in the Indian market is offering a discount of upto Rs 1 lakh. If you're on the lookout for a compact SUV, then this is the actual time to get one.  

Nissan Kicks is offered in both petrol XL and diesel  XL, XV & XV PRE variants. According to Vertex Nissan dealer based out of Sohna Road (Gurgaon), there is a flat discount of Rs 45,000 (Delhi-NCR) on the Diesel variant along with warranty benefits and an exchange program scheme which takes the total discount  benefit up to Rs 1 Lakh plus. On the petrol however, there is no flat discount but consumers can expect exchange offers, free accessories as part of the offering. 

Apart from direct cash discount on the BSIV model, Nissan is also offering 2 years + Free 3 years extended warranty benefits with this compact SUV. Nissan 2020 version has been spotted testing on the roads of Thailand recently with very little information known about its specification. Though what we can tell you is that according to certain media reports, updated Nissan Kicks could feature full-LED headlamp clusters and 5-spoke alloy wheels. Inclusion of these features will most probably lease a new life into the product and make it a more interesting proposition for the end consumer. 

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