2010 Nissan Cube Krom Review – AOL On

2 Jul 2014 | Author: | Comments Off on 2010 Nissan Cube Krom Review – AOL On
Nissan Cube


Grab video code:

M2010 Nissan Cube Krom Review

Hi! I’m Joe Wiesenfelder with Cars.com. No, UPS is not downsized, it’s delivery vans.

This is a 2010 Nissan Cube. Let’s see what brown can do for you in this top of the line

chrome trim-level which is over $20,000.00, $6,000.00 more than the base one and it’s

spelled with a K and a long O. For reasons, we can not fathom.

There’s something that make the Krom unique versus the regular Cube, starting with (a)

very dominant chrome grille — spelled with the “C-H”. A different front end rear

bumpers. They are a little bit deeper. They make the car about an inch longer but it’s still

pretty small. The Krom has its own rear spoiler. Now I noticed, it’s a very bossy car. It

says right here, “Do not use an automatic carwash or high pressure washer because it

could damage the spoiler.” It doesn’t end there.

Now this car has the shag dash topper — topper another word for toupee. You would

think “What could this be for?” Maybe you put your phone on it, it holds in place but no.

There’s a sticker right on that says, “Do not place objects on it. It can be distracting or

cause injury in a collision.” Fortunately, this is an option, there’s no loosing for it at all.

And similarly, there’s this nice kind of shelf here on the dashboard. You’d think that

would be a good place to put things too. The owner’s manual says very clearly, “Don’t

put anything on there, it could be a hazard.”

This may look like a seat but do not sit on it. You can look at the seats though and when

Nissan Cube

you do, you’ll see a gray pattern that’s not available on other trim levels. Likewise, in this

one, you can get stereo controls on the steering wheel, what they called titanium finish on

the vents here and also on the shifter and stainless steel paddles as well.

Now in terms of comfort, the cushion isn’t quite as long as I’d like but I have to say, the

seat feels high enough that it’s not that bad. In other cars, you sit lower and your legs are

way out in front of you. So, I have to say in longer drives, the support in this cushion isn’t

great. So, it gets a little bit less comfortable. But one of the bonuses of having big square

vehicles is lots of headroom and more interior room than you’d probably think.

Same story on the backseat, plenty of headroom and legroom even with the driver seat all

way back thanks to — the back seat slides to a few different positions and I can also adjust

my backrest.

The cargo area also benefits, boxy equals roomy. The seats fold flat or at least fall down.

Nissan Cube
Tagged as:

Other articles of the category "Nissan":

Our partners
Follow us
Contact us
Our contacts


Born in the USSR


About this site

For all questions about advertising, please contact listed on the site.

Car Catalog with specifications, pictures, ratings, reviews and discusssions about cars