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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