I recently bought a 2010 Nissan Cube and I love it. I have a young child that is in a car seat and wanted a vehicle that I did not have to bend over to put him in the car seat and I also wanted to avoid the low gas mileage of some of the SUV's. So..the cube worked out great. It has plenty of leg room and is overall a very roomy car. It does not have much of a trunk but it does have enough room to take on a trip if I just have one suitcase and a couple of bags. This is not our vehilce we would use for a big trip so I was not worried to much about the trunk space. It is perfect for getting around town, getting groceries and taking the baby. It is a four cylinder car and so it does not have great pick up but it is adequate. Another thing I like is that it was satelitte ready and has all kinds of cup holders and places to put gadgets. It also gets great gas mileage! The back seats fold down if you wanted more room and you can seat three people in the back row but if they are big adults I would say you could seat just two. Overall it is a fun car with great gas mileage and I don't have to break my back putting the baby in and out of the car seat.
Charming and unique for getting around town
2010 Nissan CubeRex - Albuquerque, NM09/20/2014
Good interior space for packages, Dazzling, if quirky, design sense that is carried literally throughout the vehicle (from the ripples in water ceiling to the speaker grills to the curvilinear dash)-you either love it or hate it (I love it). People often comment on it. 2014 will be the last year Nissan will offer it in America. Too bad, it really is unique.
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