The 2014 Nissan Cube is a small, passenger-five wagon that’s offered in two trim levels: S and SL. The list of entry-level S model of standard features includes 15-inch wheels alloy, rear privacy glass, entry keyless, air-conditioning, cloth Upholstery, Adjustable height driver seat, driver and front passenger to hold, control cruise, a leather-wrapped wheel tilt its only, full power accessories, Bluetooth telephone communication and a six-speaker sound system with CD player and auxiliary jack audio.
The 2014 Nissan Cube SL gets 16-inch wheels alloy, the use of ignition lights key-less entry and automatic climate control and rear heating ducts. Most importantly, the SL can be improved with Preferred package, which includes fog-lights, a 5-inch screen navigation system, rear-view camera and a premium Rockford Fosgate sound system with satellite radio and a USB interface/iPod. The variety of custom accessories, including a body kit aerodynamic, different wheels, accent lighting and shag-carpet dash topper – available on both S and SL.
2014 Nissan Cube Interior
If you believe different is good, you will love the area’s Cube. From the ripple pattern embossed into the headliner and speaker grilles available in 20 colors mood lighting, it was almost as anyone. What’s more, all this attention to the form does not get in the way of work, and an estimate of management and that it is easy to see and intuitive to use. Up front, the seats are a good use of every day, but only their comfort has been a long time. High roof line does not open enough head-and legroom for even tall adults can be comfortable in the back seat. At just 11.4 cubic feet, the cargo space is tight in the rear seats in the back are busy. Fold down the 60/40-split seatbacks up, though, and you get access with a flat cargo load floor and a total of 58 cubic feet of room.
2014 Nissan Cube Engine
The front-wheel-drive Nissan Cube is powered by the 1.8-liter 4-cylinder engine that puts out 122 horsepower and 127 pound-feet of torque. A walk in the manual six-speed is standard on S model. A walk every variable (CVT) takes the place of a normal to go with the default, and optional on the S and standard on the SL. In performance testing, a Cube with the CVT went from zero to 60 Mph in 9.7 seconds – the average time for a subcompact car. The 2014 Nissan Cube EPA-estimated fuel economy, however, is pretty mediocre for the subcompact at 28 MPG combined (27 city/31 highway) with the CVT and 27 combined (25/30) of this manual.
2014 Nissan Cube Safety
The 2014 Nissan Cube list of standard safety features include antilock brakes, stability and traction control, the front-seat side-impact airbag, side curtain airbag and active front head boundaries. A rearview camera is optional on the SL trim. In the test, i-Cube came to a stop from 60 Mph in 124 feet – an average distance for a subcompact. In Insurance Institute for Highway Safety crash tests, the i-Cube received the top rating in moderation and follow directly from the machines, the side-impact and roof inspection. Its design seat/head restraint also rated “Good” Whiplash protection in rear impacts the back.