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2014 Nissan Cube engines offer sufficient power

The 2014 Nissan Cube gives a relaxing ride and a spacious cabin, while it is easy to manoeuvre in taut places, but its exclusive interior approach isn’t for everybody. Its competitors have snappier behaviour.

Nissan Cube

Nissan Cube

A four-cylinder engine is equipped in the Nissan cube 2014, which offers sufficient control in most circumstances, though acceleration is lethargic while overtaking on the motorway. The Cube is alert from the start with standard six-speed manual transmission, than with the optional continuously variable transmission (CVT).

The Cube has an estimated fuel economy of 27 mpg in the city and 31 mpg on motorway when the engine is mated with CVT transmission but these stats are bit below average for an inexpensive small car. On the other hand, overall performance shows that the Cube is a fuel efficient vehicle than its main rivals like the Kia Soul and the Scion xB. Sporty driving dynamics of the cube are poor and driver engagements are also average, but it has a comfortable ride, accurate steering and muscular brakes. Its tight turn-off radius makes it effortless to park in tight spaces. For the European markets Nissan will launch a 1.6-litre petrol and 1.5-litre diesel engine range, with the choice of manual or CVT transmissions.

Nissan Cube Engines 2014

Nissan Cube Engines 2014

The range topping engine for Japanese market is a 1.5X petrol. It is also mated with a CVT transmission with a complex column shift; Euro-spec cars will receive a centrally mounted shifter. Test drivers agree that the 2014 Nissan Cube has an exclusive interior design with bold enunciation like an undulate upshot upper perimeter. While some are tricked by these touches, others say that they’re simply a commotion from the use of hard plastic materials. Standard characteristics consist of a six-speaker stereo, Bluetooth phone connectivity, an iPod interface, steering wheel-mounted audio and cruise controls and keyless entry. Elective characteristics include a touch-screen navigation system, a rear-view camera, an audio system, a USB port, satellite radio, automatic climate control and push-button start.

Nissan Cube 2014 Engine Review

2014 Nissan Cube tenders a relaxing ride and a spacious cabin, while it is easy to manoeuvre in taut places, but its exclusive interior approach isn’t for everybody and contender cars have snappier behaviour. A four-cylinder engine is equipped in the Nissan cube 2014, which offers sufficient control in most circumstances, though acceleration is lethargic while integration or overtaking any vehicle ahead on motorway. The Cube is peppier from a start with the standard six-speed manual transmission, than with the optional continuously variable transmission (CVT).

Nissan Cube Engines

Nissan Cube Engines

The Cube averages an estimated fuel economy of 27 mpg in the city and 31 mpg on highway when the engine is mated with CVT transmission but these stats are bit below average for an inexpensive small car. On the other hand, overall performance shows that the Cube is a fuel efficient vehicle than its main rivals like the Kia Soul and the Scion xB. Sporty driving dynamics of the cube are poor and driver engagements are also average, but it has a comfortable ride, accurate steering and muscular brakes. Its tight turn-off radius makes it effortless to park in taut spaces.

For the European markets Nissan will do a 1.6-litre petrol and 1.5-litre diesel engine range, this range will be mated with the choice of manual or CVT transmissions. The range topping engine for Japanese market is offered a 1.5X petrol. It is also mated with a CVT transmission with a complex column shift; Euro-spec cars will receive a centrally mounted shifter. Test drivers agree that the 2014 Cube has an exclusive interior design with bold enunciation like an undulate upshot upper perimeter. While some are trickery by these touches, others say that they’re simply a commotion from the use of hard plastic materials. Standard characteristics consist of a six-speaker stereo, Bluetooth phone connectivity, an iPod interface, steering wheel-mounted audio and cruise controls and keyless entry. Elective characteristics include a touch-screen navigation system, a rear-view camera, an audio system, a USB port, satellite radio, automatic climate control and push-button start.