You sit so high in the Cube that it's like being in a tennis umpire's chair – without the armrests. The cushions are flat, too, so your backside slides if you get too adventurous in corners. Thick windscreen pillars restrict forward visibility and some people will struggle to get comfortable because the steering wheel adjusts for height only. Most of the switchgear is simple to use and logically positioned, though.
Nissan Cube Hatchback space & practicality
There's enough headroom for a driver of more than six foot to sit bolt upright, and the rear seat slides back and forth on runners, so you can change the balance between legroom and boot space. Unfortunately, you're left with a huge step in the load floor when you fold down the rear seats.
Nissan Cube Hatchback equipment
The Cube comes in two trims, and both come with cruise control, Bluetooth, keyless entry, rear privacy glass and a panoramic sunroof with two blinds. The more expensive Kaizen model adds climate control instead of manual air-conditioning, a rear parking camera, automatic lights and wipers, along with a multimedia package that includes satellite-navigation.