By Stephen Markley on June 29, 2010
Although the 2010 Nissan Cube remains largely unchanged from the 2009 model year, Nissan has added another trim level, the Krom (rhymes with “home,” not “prom”). The Krom adds a healthy $6,450 to the base model and is nearly $3,000 more than the previously highest trim level. What do you get for all this extra money? And does any of it justify a Cube costing over $20,000? Cars.com senior editor Joe Wiesenfelder gives his take in this review.