You won’t find any drastic price changes to the 2010 Nissan Cube, but depending on the model, you may find some extra content…
A base Cube model, complete with a six-speed manual, still stickers at $14,710 including $720 in destination charges. You will, however, see a $340 price jump on both the Cube S ($15,750) and Cube SL ($17,850). Both models now come standard with Bluetooth phone connectivity, iPod connections, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel. These features were previously options on 2009 Cube SL models, and weren’t even available on the Cube S trim level.
The Cube Krom continues to be the top-of-the-line Cube, but a 2010 model will set you back $20,850. The $760 increase adds a 4.3-inch display as part of the audio system, which is also tied to a new rear-view camera. Keyless entry and ignition are now standard as well.
2010 Cube models should be arriving at dealers shortly.