Sometimes I feel like journalists, maybe myself included, can turn into hair-trigger panic-monkeys just to get a story. Nissan announces they're no longer going to sell the Cube here? That means I better flip over my desk, soil myself lavishly, and freak out that all cubic-cars are going to be gone. Like in this…
The Nissan Cube is dead. And not just the one Doug sold so he could move, all of them after the 2014 model year.
Ladies and gentlemen, I'm moving to Philadelphia. That's right: in less than three months, I'm going to pack up all my belongings and leave a city primarily known for violent crime in order to move to another city primarily known for violent crime, and also cheesesteaks.
An "Easter egg" is an intentional hidden message, in-joke or feature. We've noticed fun little buggers in the design of quite a few new vehicles. Here's our list of the ten best.
Water Drop Headliner
The 2009 Nissan Cube was designed for me: a young, design-conscious urban dweller. It's not a car; it's a mobile lifestyle enabler. Why, then, don't I like it?
The 2009 Nissan Cube will get a retail price of just $13,990 when it goes on sale this year. What do you get for $14K?
Years after being promised smaller and more fuel-efficient cars the next generation of diminutive autos is finally on its way. But these new "small" cars aren't as small as you might think. In order to provide a point of comparison, we've compared the length of these cars to a Ford Super Duty Crew Cab pickup truck.…