2021 Honda HR-V vs. 2021 Nissan Kicks
Subcompact crossover SUVs are growing in popularity for any of several reasons. The Honda entry into this class is the HR-V. It offers a slim footprint on the road, efficient performance and a very adaptable interior. A comparison between the 2021 Honda HR-V vs. 2021 Nissan Kicks will show that while there might be a lot of choices in this emerging vehicle segment, not all of them will be able to meet the needs of owners. The 2021 Honda HR-V is available at Meridian Honda and it can be found in up to four trim grades, LX, Sport, EX and EX-L. Each of those variations of the 2021 HR-V offer more interior cargo volume and higher performance specifications than its Nissan rival. Customers can start the pre-ordering process for the 2021 Honda HR-V today by calling, 601-693-4651.
Any crossover SUV is going to be evaluated by how much room is available for people and cargo inside the vehicle. Both the 2021 HR-V and 2021 Kicks will have two rows of seats that will be able to hold five passengers each. The driver and front passenger in either subcompact crossover SUV will have very similar legroom dimensions, but people sitting in the back of the 2021 Honda HR-V will have an additional 6 inches of legroom than people in the rear of the 2021 Kicks. This same paradigm holds true when the rear seat of both vehicles is holding people. Folding the back seat down in the HR-V LX with front-wheel-drive can have up to 58.8 cubic-feet of cargo volume. The 2021 Nissan Kicks can offer a maximum of 32.3 cubic-feet.
2021 HR-V LX, 2WD
2021 Nissan Kicks
|1.8-L, 4-Cyl.||Engine||1.6-L, 4-Cyl.|
|58.8 cu.-ft.||Max. Cargo Volume||32.3 cu.-ft.|
Every 2021 Honda HR-V available for sale or lease at Meridian Honda will use the same powertrain, a naturally aspirated 1.8-liter, four-cylinder engine attached to a continuously variable transmission. It will make 141 horsepower and 127 pound-feet of torque. On the other side, the 2021 Nissan Kicks employs a naturally aspirated 1.6-liter, four-cylinder power plant that will make just 122 horsepower and 114 pound-feet of torque. Even though the 2021 HR-V will make a fair amount more power than its Nissan competitor, the Honda crossover SUV is still able to offer very competitive fuel economy* scores.
*28 city/34 highway/30 combined mpg rating for 2WD trims. 27 city/31 highway/29 combined mpg rating for the AWD LX trim. 26 city/31 highway/28 combined mpg rating for AWD Sport, EX, EX-L & Touring trims. Based on 2021 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.