Nissan Sentra Sedans

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2018 Nissan Sentra

For 2018 Nissan has made Automatic Emergency Braking standard on all models except those with a manual transmission and the Sentra Nismo. A Rearview Monitor and 5-inch color screen are now standard on all models including the base Sentra S. The Sentra SV gets 16-inch wheels and standard dual-zone climate control. Other trim levels also get a boost of standard equipment.

2017 Nissan Sentra

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.

About Nissan Sentra

A roomy compact sedan, the fuel-efficient 2018 Nissan Sentra is perennially popular with first-time car buyers and budget-minded consumers looking for a sporty 4-door. Now in its seventh generation, Nissan offers the new Sentra in a wide range of models including the fun-to-drive SR Turbo and the Sentra Nismo, which is a factory-tuned sports sedan with 188 horsepower. Not much smaller than the midsize Nissan Altima, the Sentra seats five and features a long list of available luxuries and the latest safety features including adaptive cruise-control and autonomous-braking systems. Most models are available with a manual transmission or a continuously variable automatic transmission. Prices start around $17,000 for the base Sentra S, but we recommend stepping up to at least the better-equipped Sentra SV for about $20,000. Competitors include the Honda Civic, Toyota Corolla, Ford Focus and Chevy Cruze.

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