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If you want to find out everything you need to know about the 2009 Nissan Cube S, just pull into In-N-Out Burger.
We're living in a drive-thru world, and the Cube is scaled to suit; a little self-contained habitat where life comes to you in a warm paper bag pushed through the driver side window. There in the line at In-N-Out, you've got a panoramic view of your world — neon colors, flashing lights and the big board with all your dining options. There's no reason to hurry, since you're already where you want to be.
Best of all, there's always someplace to put your stuff. A bin, a box, a shelf, a slot with bungee cords. A sliding, folding, tumbling collection of seats that you put together like a puzzle. You never fumble around when you're trying to put something down, because the perfect spot always magically comes to hand.
The fact that the 2009 Nissan Cube S is self-propelled is just a kind of unexpected bonus.
2009 Porsche 911 Carrera S Cabriolet Full Test
FOR THE FULL TEST:
Only about 10 seconds elapse in our drive of the 2009 Porsche 911 Carrera S
Cabriolet before we realize that we've just begun a love/hate relationship
with Porsche's most brilliant piece of technology in the last 20 years —
the Doppelkupplungsgetriebe, which, roughly translated, means "badass
Seriously, Porsche's PDK (Porsche Double Clutch) transmission — a new
addition to the 911 model range for 2009 — is as spectacular at changing
gears as it is awkward to use. This transmission has won our hearts with
ridiculously quick shifts and immediate throttle response, but also doused
our spirits with its frustrating interface.
Still, once you start winding corners together after adjusting to the
shifting characteristics of the PDK, you'll quickly realize that the 2009
Porsche Carrera S Cabriolet's combination of newfound power and a
best-of-both-worlds transmission enables it to satisfy the hard-core
performance nerd and Newport Ned alike.
2008 Scion xB by Edmunds' Inside Line
The 2008 Scion xB reminds you of what was accomplished by the first 2004
xB, a car so shocking that the entire Scion brand still revolves around it.
Find out more in Edmunds' Inside Line's exclusive First Drive of the 2008
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We know you want the numbers and we're not going to waste your time.
Neither is Nissan. Its 2009 GT-R hits 60 mph in 3.3 seconds, quicker than
the last Dodge Viper, Corvette Z06 and Porsche 911 turbo we tested. Keep your foot pinned, and after
another tap on the upshift paddle it will clear the quarter-mile in 11.6
seconds at more than 120 mph.
6 Peoples Reactions to the CRAZY 900hp 3Dx Evo
We had a blast giving people rides in the Evo, even had a guest driver when
we gave Miss Thai Thai a ride after her photo shoot! See what people
thought about the car, caught a lot of people off guard.
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2013 Nissan Cube Review (pros and cons)
Just my take on the 2013 Nissan CUBE. Overall I really like the car.
1. keyless entry
2. keyless start
3. large back door
4. reclining back seats
5. no hump in the center or back seats
6. the design (square shape)
7. built-in GPS
8. backup video camera
9. CVT - continuously variable transmission
10. the ride (smooth and handles good)
1. limited trunk space
2. Nissan suggests against luggage racks (because no support in the roof)
3. Nissan suggests against cargo carriers (no place for a hitch)
4. gas cap on the passenger side
5. rear view mirror (kinda cheap feeling)
6. some wind noise at higher speeds
7. arm rest (knida cheap feeling)
8. front windshield sprayers (straight line not a spray)
9. CVT - continuously variable transmission
10. no center console
Adam W Nelson
Green Vehicles all-electric three-wheeled TRIAC
The TRIAC is an all-electric three-wheeled vehicle from Green Vehicles that
puts the environmental and running cost advantages of electric vehicles
within the reach of the average commuter thanks to its US$24,995 price
point. The TRIAC is capable of a top speed of 80mph and a range of 100
miles on a single charge. Gizmag talks to Green Vehicles President, Mike
Ryan, about the TRIAC.
2010 Nissan Cube Review
Is it a car, a lounge chair or a piece of art? Check out our 2010 Nissan
Cube Review by WebRidesTV.com
Scion xB - Kelley Blue Book's Review
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Scion xB. When Scion set out to redesign the nearly three-year-old xB, it
asked current owners and fans of the brand what they would like to see on
the next generation. Their feedback revealed that people wanted the
box-like styling to stay, but also wanted the car to be larger, with a more
powerful engine and more standard features, such as cruise control. The
result is a vehicle that should appeal to both Scion enthusiasts and other
potential buyers, all at a reasonable price. Scion's straight-forward "mono
spec" basic equipment level continues, encouraging customization and making
the car-buying process more personal. For more new car reviews, interviews
and automotive news visit kbb.com today.
Supercharged Vortech Scion FR-S BRZ Install Review | Part 1 of 3
Americanizing the FR-S kicks off with the installation of the Vortech Supercharger and Perrin tune. We take the
viewer through the installation of a header back Exhaust and Vortech Supercharger and and all the drama involved. We
follow it all up with Dyno results.
Full Article All Details:
The question is was it all worth it?
Part 1: Install and Review including Dyno and drama.
Part 2: Driving Impressions, Street Review
Part 3: (COMING SOON) Autox Review
Part 4: (COMING SOON) Track Review
5:00-15:00 Exhaust Install, Dyno and Stock Dyno
15:00-25:00 Vortech Install Starts and ECU Flash
25:00-35:00 Vortech Install Drama and Dyno Results
35:00-40:00 Final Thoughts
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Roadfly.com - 2010 Nissan Cube Road Test and Review by Elizabeth Kreft
Elizabeth Kreft recently had the opportunity to road test the 2010 Nissan
Cube. The Nissan Cube is a perfect city car offering unique styling,
compact design, and features which make it very suitable for urban living.
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