Nissan Cube Rolls into DealershipsPosted on May 11th, 2009
Pricing for Nissan’s newest ALV begins at $13,990
The 2010 Nissan cube, a super-value active lifestyle vehicle, rolls into dealerships this month. Pricing for the base model starts at $13,990, equipped with a six-speed manual transmission. The mid-grade 1.8 S starts at $14,690 with the six-speed manual; $15,690 with a continuously variable automatic transmission. Both the 1.8 SL, priced from $16,790, and the upscale cube Kr?m (pronounced “chrome”) starting at $19,370 come standard with the automatic.
Standard safety features include front, side and side curtain airbags, front seat active head restraints, vehicle stability and traction control, and antilock braking.
Available technology includes keyless start, Bluetooth interface, XM satellite radio, and a Rockford Fosgate audio upgrade. SL and KR?m models come standard with sixteen-inch wheels, automatic temperature control, six speakers and iPod interface. A special body kit and the Rockford Fosgate subwoofer are standard on the Kr?m.
The cube is all about individuality: maybe that explains the creative punctuation. Buyers can choose from over forty accessories, including ground effects, 20-color interior illumination kit, a “shag dash topper” and custom wheels. Eat your heart out, Austin Powers.
Nissan is launching a cube mobile hub May 15, which invites users to download wallpapers, videos, music ringtones and a link to Nissan’s mobile site. In the meantime, consumers can learn more about the cube by visiting Nissan’s consumer web site.
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