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The oddly designed Nissan Cube and Murano CrossCabriolet will be discontinued starting model year 2015. Both the Cube and the CrossCabriolet are epitome of Nissan's yearning to challenge the auto market with diverging designs.
Nissan decided to discontinue the Cube -- which was rolled out in the United States in 2009 – after posting a 31-percent drop in sales in the in the first six months of 2014 to just 2,294 units.
When the 2008-2009 recession led to slumping sales in traditional US auto segments, Nissan believed that presented an opportunity to appeal to young buyers by introducing a boxy subcompact that despite its lower power, promises 30 mpg in highway fuel economy.Read the entire article Nissan to discontinue Cube and Murano CrossCabriolet starting MY2015
Nissan revealed the pricing and the complete set of details for the 2013 Nissan cube, which has started selling at its dealers nationwide. The Nissan cube still offers the one-of-a-kind style and versatility that has made it remarkable in its class. It features an asymmetrical rear window, refrigerator-style rear door and broad variety of personal accessories.
The modifications for the 2013 model include a simplified model lineup, with cube presently available in two well-equipped models - S and SL. The PUREDRIVE badge is worn on all the 2013 cube models, to show off its excellent fuel efficiency and low emissions. There’s one new exterior color available – the Sapphire Slate. The base 2013 Nissan Cube has a starting price of $17,550 (which includes a $790 destination charge).
This makes it $1,790 more expensive than the outgoing base 2012 Nissan Cube. Nissan had removed the base Cube 1.8 model for 2013. Instead, the new base model is the 2013 Nissan Cube 1.8 S M/T. Meanwhile, the top-of-the-line 2013 Nissan Cube 1.8 SL CVT has a starting price of $19,650, including shipping.Read the entire article Nissan announces pricing for the 2013MY Cube
Nissan announced today that the 2012 Cube will carry a price tag of $14,980! For those who don’t know, the 2012 Nissan Cube is now in its fourth generation, continuing with its distinctive asymmetrical rear window, refrigerator-style rear door and more than 40 accessories to help buyers customize cube to their precise tastes and needs.
For the 2012 model year, the Nissan Cube received the new 1.8 S Indigo Limited Edition, which comes with Indigo seat color, Nissan Navigation System, RearView Monitor, Rockford Fosgate audio, Nissan Intelligent Key and 15-inch aluminum-alloy wheels. Moreover, the 2012MY Cube offers the Nissan Intelligent Key on the SL models, but also the front passenger seat armrest on S and SL models.
Five new colors are also offered for the 2012 model year: Pearl White, Brilliant Silver, Gun Metallic, Cayenne Red and Bali Blue. Each Nissan Cube is powered by the 1.8-liter DOHC 4-cylinder engine delivering 122 hp and mated to a 6-speed manual transmission as standard, while a Xtronic CVT gearbox is available as an option.Read the entire article 2012 Nissan Cube priced from $14,980
Nissan has recently decided to put a stop on the European cube production and for the model to be withdrawn from all markets across the Old Continent. Nissan is doing this over estimates that its profit on the cube will be reduced to a minimum due to the exchange ratio between the Yen and the EURO.
Even as the carmaker doesn’t rule out the possibility that it will import the cube to Europe in the future, its officials have implied that it’s unlikely.
It can be recalled that in October 2010, Nissan had pulled the plug on the cube for the British market. Nissan had explained back then that slow sales had been its primary reason. Nissan set out to sell at least 2,000 cubes in the United Kingdom but through October, only 686 units were sold.Read the entire article Nissan halts Cube sales, production in all European markets
Pricing of the Nissan Cube for its 2011 model year has increased slightly. For the new model, Nissan has made several revisions on what is fondly referred to the boxy car. The basic Cube with a six-speed manual transmission has a starting price of $15,040, including the $750 destination fee. This is priced $330 higher than the 2010 model.
The other pricing details are as follows:Cube (six-speed manual) - $15,040 (up $330 from 2010); Cube S (six-speed manual) - $16,400 (up $650); Cube S (CVT) - $17,400 (up $650); Cube SL (CVT) - $18,400 (up $550); Cube S Krom Edition (CVT) - $21,940 (up $1100).
Since the Cube is produced in Japan, the price hikes are likely to be due to fluctuations in dollar-yen exchange rates. Because of the weakened dollar, importing for Nissan is slightly more expensive.Read the entire article 2011 Nissan Cube pricing announced
Nissan North America, Inc. (NNA) announced pricing for the 2010 Nissan Cube on the same day that the vehicle gets recognition for its safety features. Nissan said that the 2010 Nissan Cube, which is now available at dealers nationwide, comes in three well-equipped models: cube 1.8, cube 1.8 S and cube 1.8 SL and in a special cube 1.8 S Krom Edition.
The starting Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) for the cube 1.8 Base model of $13,990 USD is unchanged from 2009.
Moreover, the 2010 Nissan cube was named a "Top Safety Pick" by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). The car has numerous safety features, including six standard air bags.Read the entire article Official: 2010 Nissan Cube U.S. pricing
Although it was earlier announced that the 2009 Nissan Cube would fetch a price tag of more than $14,000, but lately the carmaker made available pricing details for their whole Cube model range. There will be four versions of Cube to be offered for sale, designated as follows: Cube 1.8, Cube 1.8 S, Cube 1.8 SL, and the Cube 1.8 Krom.
The basic Cube with a 1.8-liter I-4 unit with a 6-speed manual transaxle comes with a $14,685 price tag. The 1.8 version of the 2009 Nissan Cube, with additional feature such as high quality seat fabric, trunk lid, and cruise control, comes with a $15,385 beginning price. The 1.8 variant comes with a continuously-variable transmission (CVT) as option for an extra $1,000.
The 2009 Nissan Cube SL model is equipped with iPod connectivity, automatic HVAC controls and a 6-speaker audio system. With only the CVT, the 1.8 SL is priced at $17,485. A Preferred Package, which comes with Bluetooth connectivity and a Rockford Fosgate subwoofer, can be had for $1,600.Read the entire article 2009 Nissan Cube: complete pricing announced
It was lately announced by Nissan that the brand new Cube minicar will be available for sale in the US this may with a $13,990 sticker price. The car comes with a 122hp (91kW) 1.8-liter inline 4-cylinder powerplant that can be combined with a selection of a continuously variable transmission (CVT) or a 6-speed manual transmission.
The estimated EPA fuel economy rating has not yet been released by Nissan but it offered that it is expected to do better than 30mpg on the highway with the CVT-equipped version.
Considering the usual connection between CVTs, autos and manuals, figures are expected to be quite similar with the 6-speed version also.Read the entire article Chicago Auto Show: 2009 Nissan Cube Krom unveiled
The new Cube is here as Nissan has made public initial details and a full gallery of the Japanese domestic market (JDM) version but only a meager three high-resolution photos of the U.S.-spec model which will make its introduction at the 2008 LA Auto Show.
Nissan's new Cube will be on sale in Japan beginning on November 26, in North American in the spring of 2009, and in Europe and other global outlets in the fall 2009.
The successful, all-new third generation Cube which has sold almost one million vehicles up to this writing in Japan since its debut in 1998, preserves the unique design as well as the non-symmetrical rear end of its precursors.Read the entire article 2010 Nissan Cube specs revealed
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