This car looks to be picking up where the 1st-gen Scion xB left off. I'd love to see these on American roads, but I doubt it'd be able to pass the rigorous crash and emission tests.
It looks like a toaster with wheels.
I live in a retirement community in Florida and small cars are big around here for second cars. Lot's of Smarts, Kia Souls, Scions and Mini Coopers. I think a small box would be big. Although I don't see many Nissan Cubes as much as I do Kia Souls and Scions.
Vince, this is an A-Segment vehicle.It won't be sold here.
Kia Kube? I like the Soul better. Although I'm sure this would still sell faster than the Nissan Cube. I'm not seeing as many xBs as I used to. But I don't think North America needs a sub-Soul, just yet.
The Kia Soul appears more CUVish this is more mpvish. I hate mpvs. Why didn't they use the Kia Neimo design?
Apparently Kia now thinks you could get with this, AND you could get with that! :)
Well, this looks like crap.
You've seen one cheap "shoe-box" cart you've seen them all.
It has the drag coefficient of a warehouse!
It's obviously a Kei car. Every Japanese company makes one or more of these. They are intended for Japan's crowded streets only, designed to exploit local tax and insurance regulations. I have to say, it's quite bold for Kia to enter this very specific market. The only Non-Japanese car maker to have tried (and failed) before has been Smart.
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