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The 2011 Nissan Cube appeals to the younger set with a generous list of standard features and plenty of room for customization.
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there’s certainly no mystery surrounding the minimalist HVAC controls
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we particularly liked the asymmetric rear door that offers two detents, one at about 9 inches and the other all the way open
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would have preferred actual iPod integration that's easier to use
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The Cube is offered in four different models: base 1.8, 1.8 S, 1.8 SL, and 1.8 Kr?m.

Remote keyless entry, power windows, air conditioning, a trip computer, and a sound system with auxiliary input are all included in base models. The 1.8 S gets cruise control, map lights, and a host of upgraded interior appointments, while the 1.8 SL is only offered with the CVT and includes alloy wheels, automatic climate control, and an upgraded sound system with iPod connectivity.

The Kr?m model gives the 2011 Nissan Cube a dressed-up appearance—including a roof spoiler, a chrome grille with horizontal bars, bright painted alloy wheels, interior accent lighting, aluminum pedals, and a different front and rear fascia, plus various extras, such as Bluetooth, steering-wheel audio controls, and a Rockford Fosgate subwoofer.

Factory options are very limited. An SL Preferred Package brings push-button ignition, Intelligent Key, fog lamps, rear parking sensors, XM Satellite Radio, an upgrade to Clarion speakers, and the subwoofer. New for 2011, and also available on the SL, is an SD card-based navigation system with five-inch color screen, plus XM NavTraffic capability and USB connectivity

Nissan is also offering more than 40 dealer-installed accessories that allow the buyer to customize his or her Cube; some are appearance related, while other possibilities include cargo organizers, wheels, and decals.

Conclusion

The 2011 Nissan Cube appeals to the younger set with a generous list of standard features and plenty of room for customization.

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