Bottom line: this is an econobox so don't expect infiniti luxury. However, what this car does offer is unique headturning design (people will point/look all the time), great mileage (28 so far, but only first tank), decent build quality, great features in certain packages (bluetooth, auto climate, intell key), and unusual roominess inside. This car does it's job for me... Daily drive, good mileage, can load up on stuff when seats are folded, bt syncing, and above average stereo. What more can you ask for in this price range. CVT takes some getting use to. Suspension and steering is a little floaty at times. Bought the sl b/c krom doesnt have intellikey (very weird) conclusion: love my cube
Sl with preferred & ginormous is the best equipped model. You get the body kit, bluetooth, & intellikey (my favorite). Easy in & out. Storage is small, but all the good out weighs the bad. Info cluster is Nice. Shows current mileage so you know when you're saving gas. Again, love my cube!
Major gripe: no storage compartments! This drives me nuts. No coin holders, no center console.. No nothing. The kia soul has this are covered. There's only a glove box and it doesn't even lock. Isn't it written somewhere that a coin drawer is mandatory? cmon Nissan, not to hard to do the little things
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