Nissan Announces 2009 cube Pricing, Debuts Krom

Nissan today announced pricing for the new 2009 Nissan cube, with the cheapest variant to be sold for $13,990 when it goes on sale in early May. In addition, the Japanese automaker introduced a brand new version of cube, codenamed Krom, that incorporates even more exclusive and interior features beside the ones already installed on the base model. This means the whole cube range has just been extended to four variants, as it follows: 1.8 cube, 1.8 S cube, 1.8 SL and cube 1.8 Krom.

Nissan also announced that the new production lineup will include a wide range of accessories, including eye-catching elements such as 20-color interior illumination kit, so-called “shag carpenting” instrument panel inserts and 16-inch aluminum-alloy wheels.

In terms of features, the new Krom sports exactly the same features as the 1.8 S model but adds a 3-bar chrome grille, 2-bar chrome front bumper grille, fully integrated front and rear fascia plus 16-inch aluminum-alloy wheels, Krom rear logo and body side sills.

The interiors have been customized with Bluetooth, leather steering wheel, powerful audio system with six speakers and subwoofer, iPod connectors, aluminum trimmed pedals and Automatic Temperature Control.

The Krom is powered by a 1.8-liter DOHC inline 4-cylinder engine that produces 122 horsepower and achieves a fuel consumption rating of 30 mpg on highway.

“The cube Krom is unmistakable, with its unique exterior treatments and interior enhancements, it takes the already standout cube and raises the “cool” factor even more,” said Al Castignetti, vice president and general manager, Nissan Division, NNA. “For those consumers that love the cube but are looking for a little something extra, the cube Krom offers that and then some.”
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