What Changes are Anticipated for the 2014 Nissan Cube?

The 2014 Nissan Cube is expected to carry over with only minor changes, which assumes the automaker will continue selling this oddly styled compact wagon in the U.S. after the 2013 model year.

While the boxy Cube remains popular among youthful buyers in Japan, sales have been disappointing in the U.S. Nissan sold only around 5,000 Cubes during the first eight months of 2012, which makes it one of the brand’s lowest-volume models. By comparison, Kia sells twice that many units of the similar Soul in a single month. While offering the Cube helps Nissan maintain a selection of entry-level and fuel-efficient models, it’s imported from Japan where the strong Yen relative to the U.S. dollar makes it less profitable than models that are built in American plants.

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