Here are some specs on the standard features trim levels & options:
"The unveiling of the third-generation Cube from Nissan at the LA Show marks the beginning of the square-shaped wagon's world career. The new Cube will be available in America from spring 2009, and in Europe and other global markets from fall the same year. Visual differences between the Japanese- and U.S.-spec Cubes are limited to the latter's more protruded front bumper. Underneath the hood, whereas the JDM model gets a 1.5-liter engine, the U.S. market Cube will be offered with a 122HP 1.8-liter, 4-cylinder unit mated either to a 6-speed manual gearbox or a new CVT. Nissan says that fuel economy is projected to be over 30mpg Highway with the CVT.
2009 Nissan CubeIn the U.S., the 2009 Nissan Cube will be offered in three trims: Cube 1.8, Cube 1.8 S and Cube 1.8 SL. Standard equipment on all models will include power windows with driver's side one-touch auto down feature, Remote Keyless Entry system, power door locks with auto-locking feature, variable intermittent windshield wipers and intermittent rear window wiper, rear window defroster with timer, cargo area courtesy light and hooks, 12-volt power outlet and adjustable front seat belt upper anchors.
Available technology features include Nissan's Intelligent KeyO with Push Button Ignition, Bluetooth Hands-free Phone System, Rockford Fosgate subwoofer with six speakers, XM Satellite Radio, Interface System for iPod and a rear sonar system.
Furthermore, Nissan will also offer a full range of dealer accessories with items such as an illumination kit with 20 selectable colors, illuminated kick plates, rear cargo organizer, pet blankets, wheels, aero kits and more.
The Cube's interior is offered in two color environments, Wall Gray and Graphite while buyers will be able to choose among eight exterior colors: Chrome Silver, Steel Grey, Bitter Chocolate, Scarlet Red, Caribbean Blue, Moss Green, Super Black and White Pearl."