In the automotive industry, different is good except when it’s not. While this might seem glib, it’s not always possible to tell how buyers are going to react to a vehicle that intends to offer something unique. The 2013 Nissan cube has managed to find itself on the right side of unusual ever since it was introduced as a 2009 model, a vehicle that shakes up the entry-level crossover / hatchback scene with its distinctly Japanese styling. Concealed beneath the Cube’s non-conformist sheet metal lurks a compelling and useful automobile that continues to draw a crowd five years after its debut.
Let’s take a look at 10 things you need to know about the 2013 Nissan Cube.