2013 Nissan cube
30,779 Miles
$10,910

Dover, DE
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2011 Nissan cube
73,560 Miles
$7,997

Kansas City, MO
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2013 Nissan cube
37,175 Miles
$11,688

Clayton, NC
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2014 Nissan cube
56,441 Miles
$13,900

Eugene, OR
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2009 Nissan cube
65,512 Miles
$9,995

Mt Vernon, IL
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2009 Nissan cube
53,564 Miles
$8,475

Jacksonville, FL
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2012 Nissan cube
55,541 Miles
$10,350

Portland, OR
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2009 Nissan cube
63,803 Miles
$8,821

Muncy, PA
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2013 Nissan cube
56,990 Miles
$10,991

Tucson, AZ
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2010 Nissan cube
101,974 Miles
$7,990

Walla Walla, WA
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2010 Nissan cube
81,677 Miles
$9,500

Bremerton, WA
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2010 Nissan cube
82,646 Miles
$9,017

Hartford, CT
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2010 Nissan cube
76,197 Miles
$10,995

Fresno, CA
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2014 Nissan cube
19,876 Miles
$13,478

Skokie, IL
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2012 Nissan cube
89,261 Miles
$9,598

Glendale, CA
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2013 Nissan cube
$10,495

Amarillo, TX
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2013 Nissan cube
42,322 Miles
$11,747

Richardson, TX
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2011 Nissan cube
72,312 Miles
$11,988

Columbia, MO
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2014 Nissan cube
78,268 Miles
$8,991

Springfield, MO
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2010 Nissan cube
110,304 Miles
$8,599

Fremont, CA
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Nissan cube Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
Overall
4.3
Value
3.8
Performance
3.4
Style
4.1
Comfort
4.3
Fuel Economy
4.2
Maintenance
4.0

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Nissan cube Owner Ratings & Reviews

2010 Nissan cube - Not as great as I expected

Champaign, Illinois
Overall
2.0
Value
2.0
Performance
2.0
Style
1.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
1.0
The cube is very spacious in the front (driver and passenger) but there's little to no "trunk" space. I can hardly fit groceries and a bike in the pack. It is very nice for campus parking though! Since I live near a very large campus and often have to park on campus. The shortness of the car helps a lot.
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On campus it is super easy to fit into those tight parking spots. The apartment I lived in was slightly off campus and it had it's own paid parking spot. I was really happy to have the Cube for my spot though. I had to park between a brick wall and a huge truck that always parked over the line. If I had been in a longer car, I would never been able to park there.
Pros
Very spacious if you are a larger/taller person. It does have pretty decent gas mileage as well. The car is really nice if you're moving as well. Because the back of the car is squarish, it's easy to pack boxes on top of one another. If you have to fit into small parking places, it's super easy to maneuver into them. Parallel parking is actually really easy now, and that's saying something!
Cons
If the whole car is full of people, there isn't that much storage space in the hatch. Also, I have had the transmission go out on me two times. However, because it was under warranty, I didn't have to pay for the replacement of the part. As soon as it reaches a year before the warranty ends, I will be looking for another car. On the topic of the car itself, I really hate how it does not downshift when accelerating onto the highway. You literally have to take your foot off the gas peddle before it will do anything.

2010 Nissan cube - Most fun family vehicle ever

Ozark, Missouri
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
2.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Maintenance
5.0
The build quality of the Nissan Cube is great! I have driven the car for about 80,000 miles and have not heard any rattles or clings. The car has a rounded interior which gives it a larger, more open feel than other box type cars. I love that it is a bit further off the ground so I don't feel like I'm in a small compact car although it is small enough to fit in compact car parking spots. I get great gas mileage (ranging from 28-32 mpg) and it is roomy enough for my husband, baby and myself. We are able to tie our kayaks on the top of the car, put my husbands sports equipment in the back and pack bags to take with us to go travelling.
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We took this car on a family vacation to Carlsbad Caverns and Elephant Butte National Park. We took our cocker spaniel with us and had a good time romping around; afterward we took a swim in the butte and came back soaked (it was also raining) with towels everywhere and jumped back into the car. It was a blast!
Pros
The top positive things about the Cube is it is compact in size, gets great gas mileage, and is a lot roomier than it may seem. I also love the look of my Cube. I like that the body is more square but not too boxy and the color is beautiful!! The Cube also has really good brakes which makes it hard for me to drive other cars whose brakes don't work as well as mine.
Cons
The biggest con of the Cube is that it does not have a lot of power or 'get up and go'; besides that, I don't have any definitive complaints about the Cube.

2011 Nissan cube - 90S SpoCom Feel, Quirky Modern Style

Jacksonville, Florida
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Maintenance
4.0
It's hard to talk briefly about the Cube. At first glance it looks like just another example of the "box" style, with creative (or try hard, if you prefer) window layouts. In fact, aside from the windows, the Cube would seem to be just another box on wheels, with nothing to recommend it over the competition. Driving (or just riding in) the cube is a whole different thing, however. For as small as it looks, it's almost jarring how much room there is when you sit down. It feels like everything is three feet away from you, but at the same time everything feels like it's right where you want it to be, from the convenient cupholder to the left of the gauge cluster, to the glowy orange HVAC controls. If you opt for the 6-speed manual transmission (and you should, OH how you should!), You'll... (more)
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In the months I've had the Cube, it's proven to be a fantastic beach trip car. The seats deal well with moisture, the cavernous door on the back makes a good start for a little base camp, and the huge windows make 4x45 air conditioning absolutely delightful. The reclining back seats also make for great naps on the ride home!
Pros
Fun! (If equipped with manual trans) Extremely roomy interior Decent aftermarket support
Cons
Not exactly fast... Mileage leaves something to be desired Quirky styling isn't for everyone