2018 Nissan Kicks vs 2019 Honda HR-V
If you’re looking for a car with an affordable price tag, top-tier fuel economy, plenty of standard features, and a spacious interior, then look no further than the 2018 Nissan Kicks™. As you can see in our 2018 Nissan Kicks vs 2019 Honda HR-V comparison chart below, even the HR-V is no match for the fresh and innovative Kicks.
First and foremost, the starting MSRP of the 2018 Nissan Kicks is over $2,000 more affordable than that of the 2019 Honda HR-V.*1 Needless to say, countless consumers are sure to appreciate those savings. Better yet, the Kicks doesn’t sacrifice anything in exchange for its budget-friendly base price.
2018 Nissan Kicks
2019 Honda HR-V
|31/36 mpg*2||Fuel Economy (city/highway)||28/34 mpg|
|25.3 cu. ft.||Base Cargo Space||24.3 cu. ft.|
Main Differences – 2018 Kicks vs 2019 HR-V
As estimated by the EPA, the 2019 Honda HR-V manages 28 city-mpg and 34 highway-mpg. The base model of the 2018 Nissan Kicks, on the other hand, received EPA estimates of 31 mpg in the city and 36 mpg on the highway.*2 Simply put, according to the estimates of the EPA, the Kicks is clearly the more fuel-efficient of the two.
In terms of technology, prospective customers can find several standard features in the Kicks that the HR-V can’t match. Keyless ignition, for example, comes standard in every 2018 Kicks but is only available in higher trim grades of the 2019 HR-V. In other words, that same standard feature in the Kicks will cost extra in the HR-V.
As you save a considerable amount of cash via the base price of the Kicks, as well as at the gas pump, you’ll also have more room for all of your stuff – including the things you can purchase with all the money that you’ve saved on the Kicks! With an extra cubic foot of base cargo space at your disposal, you’re sure to find a few more things worth squeezing into your brand-new 2018 Nissan Kicks.