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Nothing looks quite like the boxy and asymmetrical Nissan Cube. Inside and out, the Cube has style that\\\\\\\'s anything but commonplace, yet this economical hatchback offers surprising practicality and utility. Mostly unchanged for the new model year, the 2013 Nissan Cube remains a fun and functional choice. The Cube\\\\\\\'s most notable characteristic is its love-it-or-hate-it styling. Its boxlike shape is spearheaded by an expressionless front end and a strangely asymmetrical rear defined by a wraparound back window. The Cube\\\\\\\'s large swing-out rear door adds both to its versatility and its overall styling theme. The Cube\\\\\\\'s slab-sided, appliance-like design is definitely not for everyone. Styling aside, the Cube has the right footprint to tool around narrow city streets without hangups. Its concise measurements make tight parking spaces less of a challenge. And despite its smallish exterior, the Cube\\\\\\\'s geometry allows for a remarkably spacious interior with plenty of passenger and cargo room. Except for new Puredrive exterior badges and one new paint color, the Cube remains unchanged for 2013. Two previously available versions, the base 1.8 and the S Indigo edition, are no longer included in the lineup. Offering style and guile, the Nissan Cube is a viable choice for buyers with a brave sense of style and a need for practicality.