2011 Nissan Cube Priced at $14,290

2011 Nissan Cube

For the 2011 model year, the Nissan Cube gets a navigation system added to its features list, along with some slight price increases.

Overall, the base 1.8 model remains unchanged, but the price is $300 higher for the trim, a standard increase for most model year changeovers. But the Cube has been a dissapointment in the sales arena, routinely being outsold by the Kia Soul, which is similarly priced and equipped.

The Cube's new SD card-based navigation system comes with a 5-inch color touch-screen, real-time traffic info, USB port and XM Satellite Radio. The feature is a part of a $1,850 Preferred Package on SL trims and comes standard on the 1.8 S Krōm Edition.

For 2011, the Cube's combined fuel economy rating with a continuously variable automatic transmission increases to 29 mpg. (Previously, it was 28 mpg.) The 2011 Nissan Cube is on sale now at dealerships nationwide. For more pricing, continue reading below:

2011 Nissan Cube pricing (2010 pricing)

  • 1.8: $14,290 ($13,990) 
  • 1.8 S: $15,650 ($15,350) 
  • 1.8 S CVT: $16,650 ($16,350) 
  • 1.8 SL: $17,750 ($17,450) 
  • 1.8 SL with Preferred Package: $19,600 (N/A)  
  • 1.8 S Krōm Edition: $21,190 ($20,440) 
  • Destination: $750 ($750)
By Colin Bird | December 7, 2010 | Comments (2)

Comments 

Amuro Ray

Too bad that US-spec doesn't offer ECO drive (engine start-stop). It's a great fuel saving feature standard in JDM version.

I wonder if Cube3 will be produced for US due to the sales #...that's the one that I'm really waiting for :(

Paul

Shame they couldnt put this Cube in water and have it melt away.It looks like a refrigerator with windows being installed as an afterthought.

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