2009 Nissan cube Pictures Galore

Expected to go on sale in early May, the all-new Nissan cube will come with a range of nearly 40 individual accessories, the Japanese parent company said today when introducing the "Reserve Your cube" program. In essence, the new campaign is especially aimed at increasing sales as it allows people interested in buying a cube to view a large collection of photos showing the model as well as find details, colors, trims and pricing details through the official website. In addition, the webpage lets visitors contact a local dealer and reserve their vehicle, Nissan said today.

“The ‘Reserve Your cube” program will help facilitate conversations between customers and dealers, helping match cube and owner in a timely manner,” said Al Castignetti, vice president and general manager, Nissan Division, NNA. “We’re excited about the cube launch and want to make the buying process as hassle-free as owning one.”

Getting back to the aforementioned accessories, the 40-product range includes a 20-color interior illumination kit plus custom 16-inch aluminum-alloy wheels and aerodynamic body kits.

“Cube has generated tremendous buzz for Nissan – it’s fun, functional and it’s an ideal extension of cube owners’ lifestyle,” said Castignetti. “Cube offers features that you just can’t put a price on – clever design, inviting interior, ease of driving and outstanding quality. No other car in its segment comes close to cube.”

For those of you who missed the news, the 2009 Nissan cube pricing starts at $13,990 for the 1.8-liter variant featuring a 6-speed manual transmission and reaches $19,360 for the 1.8-liter so-called "specialty" version.

Along with all these details, Nissan also rolled out a large collection of cube photos, most of them available after the jump.
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