I'm not exactly a gear-head, but I can appreciate nice cars. Especially those that are gas friendly and geeked out, which could describe the Nissan Cube to a T. Emphasis on the could. I mean, I love the fact that the Nissan Cube offers full iPod integration, a sweet six-speaker sound system (two of which are called tweeters — how awesome is that?), satellite radio, and Bluetooth, all packed in a boxy exterior, but with a surprisingly curvaceous and roomy interior.
My only complaint is that most of these features come standard on the most expensive model, and aren't offered at all on the lower tiered ones. Shouldn't all of these great tech integrations come standard on all cars these days? Especially one whose ads are branding it as a Mobile Device? But at the end of the day, I gotta face the fact that what really endeared me to this car is the gadget grass on the dashboard that keeps your gear in its place. I admit it — I'm easily pleased.