New and Used Nissan Sentra: Prices, Photos, Reviews, Specs – The Car Connection

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The Nissan Sentra is a compact that mainly competes the Honda Civic and the Toyota Even though the Sentra has around for over 30 years, generation has developed in safety, and options. Its segment has also which has created new competitors the Ford Focus, Dodge Chevrolet Cruze, and the Hyundai

See our full review of the 2013 Sentra  f or more information, options, prices, gas-mileage and specifications.

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The latest Sentra incorporates a redesign for 2013. A totally new structure let designers remove up to 150 of curb weight, which in can be powered by a smaller 130-hp, four-cylinder engine paired a new generation of Nissan’s characteristic transmission (CVT) through of the lineup. The new 2013 Sentra is at up to 40 mpg on the highway when the optional FE+ is fitted.

It’s built in Mississippi and Mexico.

Today’s has grown in every dimension but with its cabin now approaching volume, as well as providing rear legroom than any model in its class. The Sentra offers some larger-sedan like automatic climate and Bose audio, although we a Bluetooth hands-free interface isn’t included (or even in the base Sentra S models. has maintained an affordable price. even fully loaded SL models topping out at about

To go back in history, the very Nissan Sentra–sold 1982-1986–replaced the old Datsun 210, and was the very first model in the sold under the new Nissan It also was the first Nissan to be in the United States, in a vast complex in Tennessee. Four-speed and three-speed automatics were with top versions rated at 35 mpg

The second generation arrived in the as a 1986 model and continued 1990.

For 1991, the third-generation adopted an upright shape provided good interior that version ran through the model year. Its light and independent suspension gave it a sporty feel than the Toyota Corolla and the Honda and it won many enthusiast fans it added a special SE-R

A regular on Top Ten lists in car magazines, the SE-R came in a two-door style and was specially tuned for driving, and added four-wheel brakes and a limited-slip differential to the list. Basic equipment included an AM/FM radio and windows, and automatic seat were used through of these model years to federal safety-belt requirements.

For the generation, though, Nissan course and tried to cut costs in the A torsion-beam rear suspension the independent suspension from the car, and while the SE-R it was a watered-down car, both and less nimble than The SE-R was later renamed the

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The Sentra grew larger in its generation, sold from to 2006, as the larger Altima firmly into the mid-size class. The new edition, now built in felt more substantial and the SE-R returned with a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine, and a V edition cranked out 175 horsepower a six-speed manual transmission. A edition in 2004 presaged themes that would on the new Maxima, with a wide split by a round Nissan

The next Nissan Sentra at the 2006 Detroit Auto and entered the market as a 2007 that basic car running the 2012 model year it was replaced with today’s A smaller subcompact sibling, the Nissan Versa, joined the Sentra, now offered only as a sedan. It came standard a 140-hp, 2.5-liter four-cylinder and a choice of manual gearboxes or a

The SE-R returned as a sedan, a high-output version of the same rated at 177 horsepower; the SE-R V produced 200 hp and was teamed with a manual transmission.

The 2010 model year a cosmetic refresh for the Sentra’s stubby look and its angular As a driver’s machine, this lacked in comparison to the great of the early 1990s, but it proved to be a roomy package with outward visibility. The CVT-equipped suffered from the noise and that accompanies most fitted with CVTs; by the transmission keeps the engine at high rpm, where and vibration reside.

The CVT was the only on the SE-R, which made the V the sole choice for straight-edge Ride quality on all versions was a point, and assembly quality was

The Sentra had been a step some other offerings in features. As late as 2010, stability control remained an option on lower-line Sentra as did anti-lock brakes on the base 2.0 All those features were standard for 2011.

For 2012, a new low-cost touch-screen system–including USB/iPod connectivity–was as a new option to the 2.0S.

Used Sentra Models

The long-running Sentra traces its history to the early 1980s. While models are more spartan and likely to be found in good condition, they do offer gas mileage–but lack modern and features. Most used shoppers will probably be at cars from the late or early 2000s, the fourth and generations of the car.

Those while somewhat dated in are generally well-regarded for reliability and Finding a well-maintained version be difficult, especially in performance-minded SE and versions. Entry-level models seem underpowered by today’s but can serve admirably as efficient transportation.

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