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Nissan Kicks Gets Color Studio Upgrade

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Nissan Kicks Color StudioIn the automotive world, you know a car is truly hip when it’s sold with fun color schemes. To make sure that all prospective buyers know just how trendy the Nissan Kicks is, Nissan will be offering it with not just diverse color options and an available two-tone paint job, but also with accessories from its Color Studio line.


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When it is on the production line, the Nissan Kicks is available with seven exterior colors: Aspen White (a premium color), Brilliant Silver, Super Black, Cayenne Red, Gun Metallic, Fresh Powder, and Deep Blue Pearl. It is also available with five two-tone paint combinations that allow drivers to choose one color for the body and another for the road. The option to have a vehicle feature two exterior colors is pretty unique in itself for Nissan, but it still wasn’t enough. The automaker decided that the Nissan Kicks would be the second vehicle added to its Color Studio accessory program.

If you’re not familiar with Color Studio, it is a set of accessories that Nissan offers for select vehicles that are in bolder colors than it traditionally offers. Nissan is planning on creating a wide variety of interior and exterior pieces in white, black, red, blue, and orange to either match the exterior color of the vehicle or complement it. Some of the planned accessories include aluminum-alloy wheel covers with color inserts for the SV or SR trims, door sill protectors, air vent rings, rear bumper accents, rear spoilers, front lip finishers, and floor mats.


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Like all other Nissan accessories, the Color Studio options are not included in the MSRP of the vehicle. Before the Nissan Kicks rolled onto the scene, the Versa Note was the only vehicle in the Color Studio program after the Nissan JUKE ended its production run. To learn more about these add-ons and how to add them to your vehicle, talk to a local Nissan dealership.