Nissan Cube | New Cars | Reviews | Auto Express

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Nissan Cube

Verdict

The Cube has never sold officially in the UK, but it has still to build up a loyal following, a significant number of enthusiasts importing the characterful MPV. full backing from UK, the second-generation model looks set to be a success for the Japanese company. just as distinctive as before, an amazing amount of space and is a much better car to drive its predecessor.If Nissan prices the right, the cute Cube become a popular sight on our

At last, Nissan is boxing with the Cube! Firmly as one of Japan’s best-selling cars, the machine arrives in the UK in December – and Auto Express has driven it

The second generation is bigger and than its predecessor in every way, and will rival including the Vauxhall Meriva, C3 Picasso and Ford’s new B-MAX

With curious looks, to be inspired by a Fifties refrigerator, the model has round edges, wheelarches and a long bonnet. 160mm longer than 25mm wider and 10mm Inside there’s much space, with plenty of and legroom for five tall

Boot space is generous, and is made even better by the rear door, which a large opening. Aside its practicality, the interior is an intriguing to be. Designers claim they it to feel as relaxing as a jacuzzi, and are plenty of ‘fluid’ styling to be seen, including a ripple for the roof that resembles the caused by a water droplet.

with sunroofs get a special that lets in ambient too.

Quality has seen a improvement over the original with better trim and used. However, our car’s of plush dark brown seats, beige dashboard and grey carpet may not be to everyone’s

To keep costs down, the uses a modified chassis the Tiida – a Focus-sized saloon sold in Japan and the US – and UK models come with a choice of petrol or diesel engines to either a CVT auto or five-speed

We drove the petrol model, produces 107bhp and 148Nm – the as the old Cube. But thanks to a revised CVT – which will be floor-mounted on UK as opposed to the column shift on our car – and a tweaked engine management the newcomer is quicker and more

The set-up also improves efficiency, and the Cube returns on the combined cycle. It won’t win any races, though, as 0-60mph 10 seconds. UK buyers can expect better response from models.

While engineers were to leave the Cube’s engines much alone, they heavily on the ride and handling. a stiffer chassis and anti-roll while the Cube has independent up front and a torsion beam at the rear, plus stiffer springs. The result is improved less body roll and a compliant ride.

A revised rack means turn-in is and there’s better feedback the wheel.

The brakes are slightly too. Nissan’s mission the Cube was to upgrade every of the previous model while the original’s appeal. The firm has exactly that.

When it in UK showrooms next year, will have a unique to its line-up.

Disqus –

Submitted by Townsman on Tue, 18:25.

Will this the end for the Japanese Import version?

I if with a few tweaks to the black of the imports, might improve power etc. Which just be

This should give the Kia a little more to worry At the price estimated it is a potential to the soul

With the demise of the Wagon R these mid-sized edge designs will many who do not like the irritations of the

My wife has a Wagon R+ I drive a Kenari, what used to be the Move. Both suit our small fuel thirst and interior space. My next was a Jap Cube but I might just for the Nissan to migrate down the enjoyed chain.

Those purchase may not be so worried about as getting a car you can access without too difficulty. Will carry or loads of cargo and hopefully not the bank too much to run.

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If you buy a red one get a mock moggies to sit on the parcel

I forecast it threatening the Mum’s queue at the local Primary As well as outside a good few drivers homes

Submitted by on Tue, 2009-12-22 18:28.

this spell the end for the Japanese version?

I wonder if with a few to the black boxes of the imports, improve economy power Which might just be

should give the Kia clone a more to worry about At the estimated it is a potential threat to the

With the demise of the Suzuki R these mid-sized square designs will please who do not like the irritations of the splash/agilla.

My has a Wagon R+ I drive a Perodua what used to be the Daihatsu Both suit our needs fuel thirst and large space. My next move was a Jap but I might just wait for the to migrate down the previously chain.

Those that purchase may not be so about fashion as getting a car you can without too much difficulty. carry five or loads of and hopefully not trouble the bank too to run.

If you buy a red one get a mock moggies to sit on the shelf

I forecast it threatening the Taxi queue at the local school. As well as outside a few … drivers homes

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