Say Goodbye to the Nissan Cube?


Everybody's favorite box on wheels isn't selling so well.

When Nissan unveiled the Cube in 2009, many declared an immediate hatred for it. Utter hatred. It was the automaker’s attempt to attract younger buyers with a box on wheels of its own, something to rival the other Japanese boxes like the Scion xB and Nissan Element. Calling it the "Cube" wasn’t just a clever name. Anyway, the car never really took off the way Nissan had hoped. It’s been updated here and there over the past few years, but it appears the Cube might be put to rest, once and for all.

Motor Trend reports Nissan has yet to confirm the Cube will return to he US lineup for model year 2015. All Nissan said was that "for now it’s (the Cube) currently available through model year 2014." In another recent announcement where Nissan provided details for its 2015 lineup, the Cube wasn’t even mentioned. That’s a pretty clear indication right there. We’re just waiting for the official announcement, although we doubt few will actually care.

You Might Also Like
15 Car Names That Prove The Porsche Taycan Isn’t So Bad
15 Car Names That Prove The Porsche Taycan Isn’t So Bad
10 Best Interiors Of 2018: Less Than $50,000
10 Best Interiors Of 2018: Less Than $50,000
This Twin-Turbo Dodge Demon Has 1,400 HP And A Carbon Fiber Body

And it will debut at SEMA next month.

Ford Shifts Marketing Focus To Keep Customers From Leaving

Some customers are upset over the decision to kill off sedans and hatchbacks.

Ford Mustang Splits In Half In Illegal Street Race

This is the best example of dumb luck you'll ever see.

The World's Weirdest Wheel Designs

Sometimes the most basic customization tool goes drastically wrong...

Jaguar XE 300 Sport And XE SV Project 8 Create Modern Art

Two vastly different sports sedans that share a common thread.

LEAKED: Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Revealed At Private Event

This is the first pic we have seen of the supercharged range-topper

All-New Revolutionary Mazda3 Teased Ahead Of LA Reveal

Along with its game-changing sparkless ignition engine.

WatchThe Extraordinary Nissan GT-R50 Being Built By Hand

It’s all about bending sheet metal the old-fashioned way.

Here's How Aerodynamics Make The Lamborghini Aventador SVJ So Much Faster

Take a behind the scenes look at this amazing system.