If you want to buy a quirky Nissan Cube you need to get your skates on because the company has confirmed it is withdrawing the model from European markets.
Nissan says exchange-rate problems with the Yen and Euro mean it doesn't make any money on the car, so it will no longer be imported.
There is no central stock left, although dealers in London have a limited supply of the cars.
Nissan said it was possible, but unlikely, that imports of the Cube would restart if exchange rates became more preferable.
No other niche models in the Nissan family, such as the Murano or GT-R, are affected and will continue to be available.
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