2009 NISSAN CUBE 1 8 SL FOR SALE SEE WWW SUNSETMILAN COM
SEE WWW.SUNSETMILAN.COM FOR MORE PHOTOS INFO AND A VIDEO, SHARP 1 OWNER CLEAN CARFAX SOUTHERN 2009 NISSAN CUBE 1.8 SL WITH ONLY 35,047 MILES !!, 1.8L DOHC 4-CYLINDER ENGINE, SL PREFERRED PACKAGE, INTELLIGENT PUSH BUTTON START, STEERING WHEEL AUDIO CONTROL, FOG LIGHTS, BLUETOOTH HANDS FREE PHONE SYSTEM, REAR SONAR SYSTEM, ROCKFORD FOSGATE AM/FM/CD/XM/ SATELLITE SOUND SYSTEM WITH ROCKFORD FOSGATE SUB WOOFER, AUX INPUT, MULTI FUNCTION DISPLAY WITH OUTSIDE TEMP, AUTOMATIC CLIMATE CONTROL, 4 WHEEL ABS BRAKES, 16 INCH ALLOY WHEELS WITH NEW MICHELIN TIRES, TRACTION CONTROL, TIRE PRESSURE MONITOR, CRUISE CONTROL, 16 INCH ALLOY WHEELS, AUTOMATIC HALOGEN HEADLIGHTS, VERY ROOMY LOT'S OF FUN TO DRIVE, GAS SAVER 28 MPG CITY & 30++ MPG HWY, OWNER'S MANUAL, CARPETED FLOOR MATS, CUSTOM GRILLE, ORIGINAL OEM GRILLE IS AVAILABLE, REMAINDER OF FULL FACTORY WARRANTY, COMPETITIVE FINANCING AND WORLD WIDE SHIPPING IS AVAILABLE CALL ANYTIME TOLL FREE 877-265-1679
2013 Nissan Cube Review (pros and cons)
Just my take on the 2013 Nissan CUBE. Overall I really like the car.
1. keyless entry
2. keyless start
3. large back door
4. reclining back seats
5. no hump in the center or back seats
6. the design (square shape)
7. built-in GPS
8. backup video camera
9. CVT - continuously variable transmission
10. the ride (smooth and handles good)
1. limited trunk space
2. Nissan suggests against luggage racks (because no support in the roof)
3. Nissan suggests against cargo carriers (no place for a hitch)
4. gas cap on the passenger side
5. rear view mirror (kinda cheap feeling)
6. some wind noise at higher speeds
7. arm rest (knida cheap feeling)
8. front windshield sprayers (straight line not a spray)
9. CVT - continuously variable transmission
10. no center console
Adam W Nelson
Reviews of the 2010 Nissan Cube
The Good: The 2010 Nissan Cube's unique looks disguise a practical design. The continuously variable transmission delivers a smooth drive and excellent fuel economy. Voice command for the phone system lets you dial by name.
The Bad: Navigation isn't available and the engine delivers meager power.
The Bottom Line: If you can love the looks, the 2010 Nissan Cube makes for a decent little tech hauler, as long as you get the Krom edition or option up to the SL trim.
2009 NIssan Cube S with Konig Zero In rims red stripe not the Krome edition
The wife's 2009 Nissan Cube S. I bought it for her August 2009 after her 2003 Saturn Vue was totaled after it was hit with lightning. So far it has 10,000 miles on it without one problem (other than the recall for new upgraded rear door handles, new nuts for the TPMS, and new rear brake pads to fix the squeaky brakes). Usually average about 32-34mpg. Very comfortable.
2010 Nissan Cube from Ames Nissan
Check out the new 2010 Nissan Cube. It's the shape of things to come and shows us that asymmetry is the way to go. Details on this vehicle brought to you by Ames Nissan and Lithia Motors.
Stop by and test drive one today. You can find us at 2901 S Duff Ave., Ames, IA 50010. Or, give us a call at 877-790-5898.
2011 Nissan Cube @ Hertrich Nissan
2011 Nissan Cube is now available at Hertrich Nissan. Come and stop by today in Dover, Delaware to check one out or visit us on the web at www.hertrichnissan.com where we are always open 24/7/365.
2011 Nissan Cube Test Drive & Car Review
Some say it's unique, some say it quirky, but most say it flat out ugly! Find out what i say about the 2011 Nissan Cube. Yet another honest auto review from an average guy.
Thrilled Cube Owner
New Nissan Cube owner can't quite put into words how excited she is about her new car.
2012 Nissan cube - Bluetooth Hands-free Phone System
Bluetooth® Hands-free Phone System (if so equipped)
The Bluetooth® Hands-free System enables you to make and receive wireless calls with hands-free convenience.
These controls allow you to operate the Bluetooth® system from your steering wheel. Press the PHONE SEND button to set up the voice recognition system or to answer an incoming call. This button can also be used to enter commands during a call.
To operate the voice recognition system, press and release the PHONE SEND button. After the tone sounds, speak a command. The command given is picked up by the microphone and voice feedback is provided when the command is accepted.
To connect a phone using the Bluetooth system, the vehicle must be stationary. First, press the PHONE SEND button. The system announces the available commands. Say: "Connect Phone". The system acknowledges the command and announces the next available set of commands. Say:"Add Phone". The system acknowledges the command and asks you to initiate connecting from the phone handset. The connecting procedure of the cellular phone varies according to each cellular phone model. Refer to the cellular phone's Owner's Manual or visit www.nissanusa.com/bluetooth for further instruction.
When prompted for a Passkey code, enter "1234" from the handset. The Passkey code has been assigned by NISSAN and cannot be changed. The system will then ask you to say a name for the phone. If the name given is too long or too short, the system will alert you and prompt you for a name again.
To make a call once a phone has been connected, press the PHONE SEND button. When the tone sounds, say "Call". The system acknowledges the command and announces the next set of available commands.
To make a call by entering a phone number, say "Phone Number" and the system will then prompt you to speak the number you wish to call. When you have finished speaking the number, the system will repeat it back and announce the next available set of commands. Say "Dial" and the system will make the call.
To make a call using an entry stored in the phonebook, speak the name of the phonebook entry to call when prompted. The system acknowledges the name. If there are multiple locations associated with the name, the system will ask you to choose the correct location. Once the name and location have been confirmed, the system begins the call.
To receive a call, press the PHONE SEND button when you hear the ring tone.
To end a call, press the PHONE END button. You can also use this button to go back a step in a voice recognition menu. To exit the voice recognition system at any time, press and hold the PHONE END button for 5 seconds.