Nissan Cube (2010 – 2011) Review

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Nissan Cube (2010 – 2011) At A Glance

4/5

+Decent to drive with quiet yet torquey 1.6 chain cam engine, sensible gearing, light controls and excellent ride quality.

-Quirky, oddball looks you either like or don't like. Not as practical as it looks due to high rear door sill for structural strength.

Insurance Group 15
On average it achieves 86% of the official MPG figure

You might take one look at the Nissan Cube and decide it's an oddball of strictly limited appeal. And you'd be wrong. Because, since its first incarnation in 1998, Nissan has sold a million of them.

 

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Real MPG average for a Nissan Cube (2010 – 2011)

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Real MPG was created following thousands of readers telling us that their cars could not match the official figures.

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Average performance

86%

Real MPG

25–44 mpg

MPGs submitted

13

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I'm after a small but interesting car - what do you suggest?
"After years of having to drive the family workhorse, I can at last by a smaller car. I would like something reasonably practical but above all interesting. It doesn’t have to be fast and I don’t mind very second hand. I have a budget of £10,000."
A Nissan Cube is very interesting, covers all your requirements and is well under budget. Alternatively, how about a Suzuki Swift Sport? They're great to drive, fairly rare and you'll get a late example of the last-generation model with your budget.
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Family automatic with plenty of luggage space - what would you recommend?
"My daughter is expecting a second baby and needs a used automatic with plenty of space for her commute to school. Her average mileage is 8000 and a petrol engine would be preferable. What do you recommend? "
A 2010 Nissan Cube CVT would be fun. They're rare, but cheap (only one shipload was imported). A Honda Jazz CVT makes sense. Maybe a Renault Modus or Grand Modus 1.6 auto. Newer, a KIA Venga 1.6 auto or a Hyundai ix20 1.6 auto.
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Which cool MPV for a new mother?
"What's the coolest mini MPV for a new mother, in your opinion?"
As well as Mini MPVs, you could consider a Nissan Juke, because they're a bit higher so mean less bending. Some people like the KIA Soul. Then there's the Renault Captur and Peugeot 2008. Mini MPVs as a category don't really qualify for the 'cool wall'. Used, a Nissan Cube might. New, maybe a FIAT 500L, though Jeremy Clarkson might disagree.
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Cars with side hinged rear doors
"We have an ageing Yaris Verso with a side hinged rear door and a Cee'd SW which we keep catching the hatch on our low roofed garage. We think another side hinger could be the answer but can only think of the RAV4 or gurt great trucks with that format rear. Are there any others we should consider?"
Suzuki Grand Vitara, Nissan Cube.
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