Cube Krom in the Market

The Krom seems like a very expensive version of the Cube, and I wonder if it does enough to justify its higher price. Standard features that are optional on the next trim level down go for $1,600 there; that leaves $1,390 to cover what are mostly cosmetic changes. Nissan offers a slew of options in the form of dealer-installed accessories, including some things the Krom incorporates, such as a rear spoiler. My guess is that most aspiring Cubists would be happier getting a less-expensive trim level and decking it out to suit their taste. If they're desperate for a conversation piece, I suggest they forgo the $230 Interior Designer Package, which includes the shag dash topper, and throw a few bucks at a thrift-store wig instead. Save money on both the car and the hairpiece. I'm here to help.

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    Controls
    Outside air circulation: Push the air recirculation button to turn off the indicator light on the button. The air flow is drawn from outside the vehicle. Air recirculation: Push the air recircu ...

    Seatback pockets (if so equipped)
    The seatback pockets are located on the back of the driver’s and passenger’s seats. The pockets can be used to store maps. ...

    Fail-safe
    When the fail-safe operation occurs, the CVT will not be shifted into the selected driving position. If the vehicle is driven under extreme conditions, such as excessive wheel spinning and subs ...