Nissan USA have now put a price tag on the funky 2012 Nissan Cube. Although it has been refined trough three generations, the Cube has preserved its lunacy with the vertically hinged hatch and asymmetrical, oddly pillared rear view window. And now there is a special 1.8 S Indigo edition on the market with added as standard the Nissan Satellite Navigation, a unique Black/Indigo cloth material for the seats, Nissan Intelligent Key® with Push Button Ignition, 15 inch split, six-spoke alloy wheels, a rear view camera and Rockford Fosgate sub woofer and amplifier and many more. New body colors are also available - Pearl White, Brilliant Silver, Gun Metallic, Cayenne Red and Bali Blue

Being based on Nissan's B platform (Clio and Twingo among many others), the Cube gets its power from a 1.8-liter DOHC 4-cylinder engine which sends 122 hp trough an automatic Xtronic CVT gearbox. While the SL comes strictly with CVT, the S models have a 6-speed manual with CVT as an option. With the CVT the Cube is said to return 31mpg on a highway.

Nissan Cube (2011)

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The interior is as roomy as possible with seating for five – two at the front and three fully-adjustable seats at the back. Asymmetry continues inside with the Fine Vision gauges and the "Water Drop" motives.

Here is a quick price list on all trimmings and their possible transmission combinations:


cube 1.8 M/T $14,980 USD
cube 1.8 S M/T $16,420 USD
cube 1.8 S CVT $17,420 USD
cube 1.8 SL CVT $18,520 USD

Source: Nissan