7 paint colors, 5 two-tone combos, and 12 trim pieces in 5 more colors makes for a lot of different combinations.
Mass customization is all the rage these days. And Nissan has embraced the trend with its Color Studio, which it's now extended to the new Kicks crossover. Similar to what's already been offered on the Juke and the Versa Note, the Nissan Kicks Color Studio allows customers to choose from a wide array of accents to make their Kicks their own. The range of customization options includes 12 accessories, each available in an array of five colors: white, black, orange, red, and blue.
The accessories catalog includes a front lip, rear spoiler, rear bumper and hatch accents, side mirror caps, door handles, and lower door accents. There's also a choice of black 10-spoke, 17-inch alloys to which accent colors can be added as well. And there are customizable rearview mirror covers, door sill protectors, air-vent rings, and floor mats for the interior, too.
All this on top of the seven exterior colors available: silver, gunmetal, black, red, Powder white, Aspen white, and blue. Add to those the contrasting roof colors available and you're looking at a staggering array of combinations. Two-tone finishes are available in white with black roof, gunmetal with orange, orange with black, red with black, or blue with powder-white. Not bad for a subcompact crossover that starts at just $17,990. That price point makes it one of the cheapest vehicles Nissan offers, costing more only than the Versa sedan ($12,110), Versa Note hatchback ($15,600), and Sentra sedan ($16,990) – and considerably less than the $22,100 Rogue Sport.