As far as sales go, the 2019 Nissan Sentra isn’t as popular as other top small sedans. Its styling isn’t as memorable either, but it could still be worth considering depending on your needs.
Drivers can choose from a variety of versions. For example, the entry-level Sentra S is all about affordability, while the Nismo is meant to appeal to enthusiasts with its enhanced handling and performance. You can expect a spacious interior, a large trunk, easy-to-use controls, and a smooth ride with any Sentra you choose.
It isn’t a fun car to drive, and Nissan’s infotainment systems and driver safety features are a little behind the times. There are some downsides to the Sentra. For just a little more money, Sentra’s top competitors tend to offer more content and performance, but overall, it has enough appealing qualities to make it worth checking out.
In addition to being small, offering a fuel-efficient CVT, and having two small four-cylinder engines, the Sentra seems like it’s going to be a green-mileage monster. The top trim Nismo gets 25 mpg in the city and 31 on the highway, while the base model gets 29 mpg in the city and 37 mpg on the highway. However, many competitors did even better under those conditions.
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