Nissan Cube News

Rendered: Kia's New Premium VG
Rendered: Kia's New Premium VG

Korean automaker Kia seems to be on a roll these days -- at least on the design front. Its boxy Scion xB/Nissan Cube competitor, the Kia Soul, has held its own in the face of discerning auto journalists, and the sporty Kia Forte Koup looks to do similarly well. Now the company has shared renderings...Read More»

Nissan Gen 2 CVT
Nissan Promises An Improved CVT

If you want to get an automatic transmission—as most car shoppers prefer—on a Nissan, you'll most likely end up with a CVT. That's, to put it as simply as possible, a belt-and-pulley system rather than gears and hydraulics. Nissan has just announced that the CVT it uses across most of its...Read More»

All Eyes On The Cube
All Eyes On The 2009 Nissan Cube

Not that long ago, TCC's Bengt Halverson tested the 2009 Nissan Cube. (Read his review here.) The press preview event we attended was held in sunny Miami. Normally, Miami would be a lousy place to introduce a car; think about it, where are you going to really "drive" in and around Miami? All the...Read More»

2010 Kia Soul
Driven: 2010 Kia Soul vs. 2009 Nissan Cube

Less than a week after TheCarConnection.com’s first drive of the new 2009 Nissan Cube, I had “the other new boxy hatch,” the Kia Soul, in my driveway. Naturally, at almost all moments, I couldn’t resist weighing it against the Cube. Design-wise, there’s a lot to process in these two...Read More»

2010 Mazda3
16 Cars for $16,000---Or Less

If you’re looking for a new set of wheels despite the recession, you’re in for a surprise. New cars can be far more expensive than you recall from your last trip to the showroom. According to figures from Comerica Bank, which compiles an annual study on affordability, the average new car sold...Read More»

2009 Nissan Cube
First Drive: 2009 Nissan Cube

The last-generation Scion xB, which was introduced five years ago, developed a cult following of sorts. With its extremely boxy shape and sharp corners, the previous xB had an offbeat, fashionable appeal, and it was practical, too, with an interior that could fit four adults. Scion lost some of...Read More»

Nissan NV200 Van
Nissan NV200 7-Passenger Van For Geneva Debut

Nissan wants you to know it's prepped for a global launch of its NV200 van (though no North American plans at present). It's a versatile little van that can be configured to deliver masses of fish to the market or carry up to seven passengers, and it makes its debut at the Geneva Motor Show on...Read More»

2009 Nissan cube Krom
Pricing Announced For 2009 Nissan cube (No, not 'Cube')

The 2009 Nissan cube hits dealerships in May, and pricing has just been announced. The base model will run an affordable $13,990, with various custom packages pushing that figure higher. The cube will come in four flavors: cube 1.8, cube 1.8 S, cube 1.8 SL and cube 1.8 Krom. Not surprisingly, each...Read More»

2009 Nissan Cube
2009 Nissan Cube Drops in L.A.

The 2009 Nissan Cube brings a bubbly Japanese personality to the tall-box wagon class that includes the likes of the Scion xB and Honda Element. Sized more like the latter vehicle, the 2009 Cube bears the asymmetrical styling of the boxy Nissan that first bowed in Japan a decade ago. The new Cube...Read More»

2009 Nissan Cube
2009 Nissan Cube: The First Specs and Official Photo

Nissan's global Web site just released this information on the 2009 Nissan Cube, which bows tomorrow at the Los Angeles auto show. We have more photos and some more info for TheCarConnection.com's readers--not to mention live shots and Los Angeles show news--coming tomorrow, but the latest from...Read More»

That Nissan Cube Electric Car Surprise for New York? Well....Surprise!

Nissan's been quite tight-lipped about it -- but if the photos appearing this morning on SuperNissans.net are accurate, there's a "Denki Cube Concept" heading for a New York auto show stand in the very, very near future. There's been word that Nissan would show the electric car concept here in New...Read More»

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