Nissan Cube, a model which can’t pass unseen on the street due to its square shape, gets few minor improvements for the new model year. The SL trim level of the Japanese model gains the Intelligent Key system along with an armrest for the front passenger.
New exterior finishes such as Gun Metallic, Cayenne Red, Bali Blue, Pearl White and Brilliant Silver are also available for the 2012MY. The Japanese car manufacturer also decided to introduce a limited edition of the model called S Indigo.
The version in question features a new set of 15-inch alloy wheels, Indigo seat trim, new Rockford Fosgate audio system but also a 5-inch navigation system. Nissan prices the 2012 Cube from $14,980 which is around $250 more than the 2011 model year.
If the base version which benefits from a manual transmission costs $14,980 (without handling and destination fee), the Nissan Cube 1.8 SL CVT gets a price tag of $18,520. If we add the destination fee, the top-of-the-range Cube most probably reaches the $19K point.