Nissan Cube (2010 - 2011)

4

1.6 CVT automatic Kaizen

reviewed by SheppertonSound on 2 May 2014
4
Overall rating
5
How it drives
3
Fuel economy
4
Tax/Insurance/Warranty costs
4
Cost of maintenance and repairs
3
How practical it is
5
How you rate the manufacturer
5
Overall reliability

Absolutely briiliant in all respects except storage spaces and high rear sill

Very quiet and comfortable with so many gadgets and useful facilities including :
Keyless entry.
Keyless ignition.
Automatic CVT transmission which is quite smooth.
Cruise Control and Speed Limiter.
Climate Control as well as sun roof which can be closed off, fully open or sunshaded.
Rear view colour camera when reverse gear is engaged.
Built-in SatNav (albeit with 2009 SD memory card data).
Automatic sensing front and rear windscreen wipers.
Automatic road-lights on/off.
Adjustable height/reach steering wheel.
Sideways hinged rear door which my under 5' high wife can open and close.
FM radio & CD player with 'tweeters' giving superb HF audio response and intelligibility.

Downsides :

Virtually no useful storage spaces for 'odds & ends', but about a dozen holes for Coke cans if you happen to drink a lot!

Rear seats only fold forward so use up much of what should be available carriage space.
(Our previous Toyota Yaris Verso was unbelievable in comparison)!

High rear Sill making loading of boot area difficult.

However, for us, it's pros outweigh its cons and we absolutely love it!

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Price£14,000–£16,300
Road TaxG
MPG40.3–42.8 mpg
Real MPG84.6%

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