For a car that bears the name Cube, the Nissan Cube sure has a lot of circular design elements.
For instance, there's the circular "wave" pattern in the headliner that radiates out from the dome light. Then there is the large, circular piece of shag carpeting that rides atop the center of the dash (I'm not kidding about this). Or the rounded sweeps of the D-pillar.
Not to mention the rounded edges on the headlamps or the round fog lamps. For something named Cube, this little urban runabout looks less boxy than its counterparts, the Scion xB and the Kia Soul.
If you're wondering how the Cube--which is neither a hybrid or an alternative-fuel vehicle--gets its green cred, the EPA fuel-mileage estimates of 27 mpg city and 31 mpg highway should clue you in.
Powered by a 1.8-liter four-cylinder that makes 122 horsepower and 127 lb-ft of torque, the Cube earns a low-emission vehicle rating. My front-wheel-drive tester came standard with an independent front suspension, electric power...Read More »
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