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The Nissan Cube is a unique subcompact car, produced from 1998 to 2019, that was sold in North America from 2009 to 2014. Renowned for its distinct cube-like design and roomy interior, this slightly larger, load-carrying hatchback has seen several engine variations over its three generations. Early models featured the 1.3L CG13DE I4 and 1.3L CGA3DE I4 engines, which came with a 4-speed automatic CVT transmission. The second generation saw the introduction of the 1.4L CR14DE I4 and 1.5L HR15DE I4 engines. In 2005, the Cube got an upgrade with a new HR-series 1.5 L engine and a 4-speed E-ATx automatic transmission. The latest generation included 1.5L and 1.6L gasoline versions, a 1.8L MR18DE gasoline variant, and a 1.5L K9K I4 dCi diesel version. Transmission options varied from 5-speed or 6-speed manual to automatic Continuously Variable Transmission. With the e-4WD trim, an electric rear-wheel-drive motor assists the gasoline engine-powered front wheels. The Cube boasts a commendable fuel economy of 20 km/l in Japan and 28 mpg in the city and 30 mpg on the highway in other markets. Its compact dimensions make it easy to park, and the high roof-line ensures ample head- and legroom, even for tall adults. Its ripple pattern embossed headliner and speaker grilles give it an interior as distinctive as its exterior. With an affordable price, good fuel economy, ample cargo space, and unique customization opportunities, the Nissan Cube has maintained its appeal as a charming, utilitarian vehicle.
Nissan Cube is a popular choice for travellers and commuters, making its smooth functioning imperative. One common issue with the Cube is suspension failure, with drivers reporting clunking or rattling noises from the tire area, leading to uneven tire wear, the vehicle bouncing or tilting to one side, and a shaky steering wheel. These issues, primarily caused by worn-out sway bar links, sway bar bushings, coil springs, or strut bearings, could severely impact vehicle control. Another significant problem is engine failure, identified by a noisy engine, burnt odour, overheating, misfiring, and reduced engine performance, including decreased power, acceleration, fuel economy, and starting issues. The illumination of the Check Engine Light should prompt a thorough inspection of the exhaust flange gasket, exhaust manifold gasket, and intake manifold gasket. Other parts prone to wear with increased mileage include the Cube's rear passenger door handle latch, tailgate lock, window motor, power window switch, wheel cover, and cabin air filter. These parts contribute to your vehicle's safety and comfort and should feature in your routine maintenance for a pleasant driving experience.
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