Nissan Cube Pricing & Reviews

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You either love or hate the Nissan Cube. Thanks to its funky, asymmetrical design, it is an acquired taste. The bulldog face. The roundy-round windows. The massive hinged tailgate. And don’t get us started on the Krom Edition. It’s all just very, umm, weird. Different, however, can be good, as there is a ton of room inside of a Nissan Cube. It gets decent gas mileage. It’s reasonably reliable. You can park it just about anywhere. It is dramatically expressive, absolutely unforgettable, and undeniably affordable. The Nissan Cube is not for most people, but if you like the design, you’ll love the car.

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2014 Nissan cube
MSRP:
$16,900-$19,000
EPA:
26 CITY / 30 HWY
2013 Nissan cube
MSRP:
$16,760-$18,860
EPA:
26 CITY / 30 HWY
2012 Nissan cube
MSRP:
$14,980-$18,680
EPA:
26 CITY / 30 HWY
2011 Nissan cube
MSRP:
$14,740-$21,640
EPA:
26 CITY / 30 HWY
2010 Nissan cube
MSRP:
$13,990-$20,440
EPA:
26 CITY / 29 HWY
2009 Nissan cube
MSRP:
$13,990-$19,370
EPA:
26 CITY / 29 HWY
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