That's kinda tough, but I've a liking for keeping the up-front price down and going after-purchase discount and aftermarket accessories. Although I like the Krom exterior package best, the price tag is out-a-sight, and so I'd say the 1.8S is a better fit (cruise control). The various audio options don't mean much to me since I lean aftermarket for that category ! Color is always hard, but I'm thinking the Bitter Chocolate with light gray interior might work, and definitely the manual tranny.ChristineK said:Welcome to the site, what cube version peaks your interest and what options you thinking on?
I love my sugarqub and will hit the road (work road trip) with it tomorrow listening to Fox News on the XM Sat Radio.
Thanks Dude ! I appreciate your welcome, and am happy to be allowed to participate. Although I may not have Cube specific insights to offer, perhaps there are other ways that I can be supportive !Square1 said:I've seen your posts here and on other cube forums, but I thought you had one. Oh well that's the old assume thing...LOL
I enjoy reading your posts so keep it up, maybe you'll get a cube someday. I bought mine without ever seeing or driving one first. Even at that it's one of the most fun cars I've owned and I really love it. - Dan
The body kit definitely looks good, but the option price is a bit steeper than I'd want to go. Wonder if there're any discounters online? There's also the aftermarket, but I suppose it'll take awhile for that to develop.Cubert said:Minus the light interior, thats what I bought. The Aero kit gives a bit of the Krom look too. Anyway get a cube, you'll love it.
def get the standard tranny too
Sounds tantalizing, but I suspect I'm better off hanging my hopes on winning the LOTTO. Even 50/50 chances usually go South for me, so including an "illegal" factor would probably be all-she-wrote !ChristineK said:
Christine, I guess I can assume you live somewhere in Alabama since you recently went to GA and while there bought a lotto ticket...LOLChristineK said:I bought an Mega Millions Ticket wile in GA as in AL the lotto is illegal. I hope I win, but know I just made a donation, and that is all.
If you'll excuse me, I read your "fleet" post and am aware of your automotive holdings. I considered the Fit in my own search, but although I liked and respected it, I was looking for greater capacity and a more relaxed price -- ultimate cost being the MPG, of course .ChristineK said:I bought an Mega Millions Ticket wile in GA as in AL the lotto is illegal. I hope I win, but know I just made a donation, and that is all.
You are correct about the Fit and Cube (I own both) they are very different vehicles and evoke different uses. The Cube is all about fun and style, the Fit is all about use,purpose,accessibility,MPG!
You cant compare the 2 vehicle because they are not in the same class, (although the salesman at a local Nissan dealer tried) they are not! There is only one vehicle on the road you can compare to the Fit to, and that is the Prius! I get 44 MPG in the Fit and the Prius up to 54!