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For its U.S introduction, the Cube will probably get better back seats. The seats in the current-generation Cube fold down, but not up or out. Sure, there's plenty of space in there but loading big items would be easier if they could get out of the way.

The Cube will probably be priced at $12,000 to $15,000 when it gets here, according to Nissan. That's in line with its current price in Japan.

America's certainly ready for more fuel-efficient small cars with lots of functionality. Sales of small crossovers, for example, are way up. Another little box could be just what this country needs.

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