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On Green
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The 2011 Nissan Cube is a very green choice—especially if you plan to do most of your driving in the city.
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25 mpg city, 30 highway (six-speed manual); 27/31 (CVT automatic)
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we averaged 27.9 mpg in and around the clogged environs of Los Angeles
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While the Cube's highway fuel economy is unimpressive—probably due to its brick-like shape—and not any better than most mid-size sedans, its city ratings, of 25 or 27 mpg, are quite impressive. And city streets, after all, are going to be where most Cubes see the majority of their use.

In especially rapid stop-and-go on a short driving loop, TheCarConnection.com saw 24 and 25 mpg in two different CVT Cubes.

Conclusion

The 2011 Nissan Cube is a very green choice—especially if you plan to do most of your driving in the city.

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