2011 Nissan Cube Starts From $14,290

December 7, 2010

The Cube, no longer the quirkiest vehicle in Nissan's lineup thanks to the arrival of the Juke, gets a minor tech update and a similarly-sized price bump for the 2011 model year. Along with the changes comes a revision to the combined EPA fuel economy rating, raising it from 28 to 29 mpg for CVT-transmission models.

The updates for 2011 include: a new SD-card-based navigation system with a five-inch color touchscreen, USB connectivity, and XM NavTraffic capability for the Cube SL Preferred Package and 1.8 S Krom Edition, plus standard XM Satellite Radio for the Krom, and a new Golden Ginger exterior color, though with the recently announced custom graphics program, you can make a Cube look just about however you'd like.

Pricing stays relatively stable, as you'd expect with a largely carryover model, rising about $300 across the model range. Prices for each trim are listed in the chart below.





cube 1.8 M/T

$14,290 USD


cube 1.8 S M/T

$15,650 USD


cube 1.8 S CVT

$16,650 USD


cube 1.8 SL CVT

$17,750 USD


cube 1.8 S Krom® Edition CVT

$21,190 USD


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