Boxy Nissan Cube proves to be tech delight

CNET Car Tech reviews the 2010 Nissan Cube Krom.

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As members of the media, we like to get attention; however, the extremely boxy styling of the Nissan Cube proved even a little too much for us. When we got out of the car, we took pains to explain to any onlookers that it wasn't actually ours, just a loaner from Nissan. But more serious attention seekers, or those who don't give a damn what anyone thinks, could live with the Cube's design.

And we had no problem with the extremely practical interior space, with headroom that would make the 7-foot  7-inch tall Manute Bol feel comfortable. And with the Krom edition, the Cube came with plenty of practical and fun tech toys. Its iPod integration is a good start, but it also had a Bluetooth hands-free phone system that allowed voice dialing by name. Then there are the interior accent lights, adjustable through a wide color range.

Check out our review of the 2010 Nissan Cube Krom .

About the author

Wayne Cunningham reviews cars and writes about automotive technology for CNET. Prior to the Car Tech beat, he covered spyware, Web building technologies, and computer hardware. He began covering technology and the Web in 1994 as an editor of The Net magazine. He's also the author of "Vaporware," a novel that's available as a Nook e-book.


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