Nissan has announced pricing for its all-new Cube which will go on sale in the United States this May with a starting pricing of $13,990. Nissan also took the wraps off an exclusive edition type of its boxy-shaped small car called “Krom” at the 2009 Chicago Auto Show.
With this edition, the 2009 Cube will be offered in a complete of four flavors (prime, S, SL and Krom) all equipped with a 122-horsepower 1.8-liter 4-cylinder engine that’s hooked up to a continually uneven transmission (CVT) for a projected fuel market of 30 mpg on the highway.
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Basing on the Cube 1.8 S model, the Krom gets a string of outer appointments like the 3-bar chrome frame, 2-bar chrome front copious frame, wholly integrated front and rear fascias, body plane sills, rear roof spoiler, rare 16-edge alloy wheels and an exclusive rear badge.
Inside, the Cube Krom is less ‘unique’ in terms of customization. Standard skin contained a Bluetooth Hands-released Phone System, leather-wrapped steering wheel, rush black and gray seat cloth, an upgraded audio procedure with six speakers and Rockford Fosgate subwoofer, Interface System for iPod, Titanium interior edge accents, aluminum trimmed gearshift, Automatic Temperature Control and a supposedly ‘clever’ interior illumination approach.