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Which used car is better a Nissan Cube or Toyota Rukus?
I’d go for the Rukus every time. And that’s not to say there’s anything inherently wrong with the Nissan Cube, but it was only sold here as a private import with all the insurance, servicing and spare-parts hassles that can bring with it.
But besides all that, the Rukus is, mechanically speaking, the previous-generation Toyota Camry, built on a Corolla platform with a super-useable boxy body. So, as well as being amazingly practical, it should also be a zero-hassle ownership experience. The Rukus might not have the pizzazz of the Nissan, but it’s the one to buy second-hand.
Can a Nissan Cube pull a trailer?
Just like many other small urban runabout vehicles, Nissan's Cube is not designed to pull trailers. Their small engines don't make enough torque to pull loads without straining, and their suspension isn't designed for heavy weights.
Are Nissan Cubes good & reliable cars?
Nissan's Cube has become a popular grey import in Australia thanks to its cheap price, quirky looks and practical nature. However, a lack of commonly available spare parts can make the Cube a frustrating car to have repaired when parts fail or wear out. Unless you're a real Nissan Cube fan I'd shop for a Toyota bB, or Kia Soul.
Where is the Nissan Cube built?
Nissan's quirky mini-MPV, the Cube, is built in Nissan's Oppama plant, located in the Yokosuka prefecture.