nissan cube

Want a New Nissan Cube? Time's Running Out

By David Thomas on July 11, 2014


Nissan announced this week that it would be discontinuing the box-shaped compact hatchback Cube for 2015. The 2014 models that remain on dealer lots will be the last new Cubes to be sold in the U.S. Related: Ten Cars That… Read More

Want a New Nissan Cube? Time's Running Out

By David Thomas on July 11, 2014

Nissan announced this week that it would be discontinuing the box-shaped compact hatchback Cube for 2015. The 2014 models that remain on dealer lots will be the last new Cubes to be sold in the U.S. Related: Ten Cars That… Read More

Ten Cars That Won't See 2015

By Kelsey Mays on December 18, 2013

Automakers give all sorts of reasons for canceling a model. Sometimes it comes from a deliberate one-and-done cycle, as Scion often employs. Other times a car too similar to its corporate siblings — compare the ultra-luxury Maybach brand to an optioned-out… Read More

Smart ForTwo Tops List of Most Embarrassing Cars

By Kelsey Mays on August 5, 2013

Drive a Smart ForTwo and you have one of the most embarrassing cars in America, according to a new survey by CarInsurance.com. The Foster City, Calif., company asked 1,500 drivers age 25 and older to pick the most embarrassing car… Read More

Car Talk Names Winner in Ugliest Car Contest

By Matt Schmitz on February 1, 2013

Last month we invited you to join us in the democratic ridicule of finalists in the Ugliest Car Contest organized by Tom and Ray Magliozzi, hosts of NPR's "Car Talk" radio show. The votes have been tallied, and it's time… Read More

Car Talk: What's the Ugliest Car?

By Matt Schmitz on January 22, 2013

Just as a person's beauty is only skin deep, a car's is in the eye of the pink-slip holder. Still, there's just no denying that some have a face only an owner could love. Tom and Ray Magliozzi, the hosts… Read More

Kia Soul: Last Box Standing?

By Jennifer Geiger on July 18, 2012

It seemed like the automotive industry was all about thinking inside the box during the last few years, with squared-off entries from Honda, Scion, Nissan and Kia entering the market. Since the midsize Honda Element debuted in 2002, it's been… Read More

Nissan Invitation Concept at the 2012 Geneva International Motor Show

By Colin Bird on March 8, 2012

Looks like: The child of a Honda Fit and Nissan Leaf   Defining characteristics: Prominent trapezoidal grille with headlight cutouts   Ridiculous features: Around View Monitor seems sort of unnecessary   Chances of being mass-produced: Launching in Europe in 2013… Read More

Nissan Announces 2012 Cube Pricing

By Jennifer Geiger on January 5, 2012

Like us, maybe you’ve heard rumors about the Nissan Cube’s demise. Fear not, the automaker’s funky box on wheels returns for its fourth model year. A new limited-edition package is the biggest news for Cube’s lineup, which also sees a… Read More

2012 Nissan Lineup: Ch-Ch-Changes

By Colin Bird on June 14, 2011

For the 2012 model year, Nissan will refresh the Maxima, add a Special Edition Package to the Rogue and increase the standard features on the Leaf. The automaker released the planned model-year changes for its lineup this week. Nissan also… Read More

Breaking Down Nissan's Year End Sales Event

By Colin Bird on December 15, 2010

Nissan has traditionally given bigger discounts than its more frugal Japanese cousins — Toyota and Honda — and for December, that yuletide tradition continues. Nissan is offering a wide array of hefty cash-back and low-financing options across its entire lineup,… Read More