Ever since the Hyundai Creta made it to the Indian soil, it has been a blockbuster success for the Korean automaker. It’s the Creta that reincarnated the mid-size SUV segment in India. On the other side, Nissan and Renault tried replicating the success in the segment with the Duster and the Terrano. Come 2019, and the Kicks is the latest to join the fray. And interestingly, Nissan has made significant changes for the India-spec model. Our Nissan Kicks review further reveals… In the case of aesthetics, the Kicks is more or less similar to the International-spec model. On a second look, you’ll notice quite a few differences. Starting off with the front, there’s the Nissan signature V-grille, sweptback headlamps, skid plates and chrome detailing in all the right places. Inside profile, the Kicks looks extremely well-proportioned, the three-pillars grasp a gloss-black treatment for the typical floating roof effect. However, the…