Nissan’s 2017 Sentra compact sedan gains a new, 188-horsepower turbocharged trim, not surprisingly dubbed the SR Turbo. Along with a more powerful engine, the SR Turbo brings a sport suspension, bigger brakes and recalibrated steering.
The 2016 Nissan Sentra gets new headlights, new taillights and new wheels across the board. Inside, there are now piano-black accents. New driver-assist technologies include forward emergency braking and adaptive cruise control. There are also improvements to the suspension, and a slew of new sound-deadening measures.
Nissan’s Sentra sedan for 2015 sees a number of big improvements including new standard features such as Bluetooth, a USB port and cruise control. The SV trim gains Intelligent Key, rearview camera and a new Style Package option. The SR gains heated front seats plus features from last year’s Driver’s Package.
About Nissan Sentra
Nissan’s compact Sentra for 2017 continues a 35-year tradition of offering loads of features in a sporty 4-door that is a cut above the typical small sedan. Inside, the Sentra is not all that much smaller than the midsize Altima, and it offers a number of different personalities ranging from economical basic transportation to an amenity-filled mini-luxury car. There’s even a new turbo model for enthusiast-oriented drivers. The 2017 Sentra sedan is up to date on the latest safety features including available adaptive cruise-control and autonomous-braking systems. Pricewise, the Sentra can cost thousands less than Honda Civic, offers more features than the Toyota Corolla and is as roomy inside as the Hyundai Elantra.