/2013 Nissan Sentra US Pricing Announced

2013 Nissan Sentra US Pricing Announced

2013 Nissan Sentra at 2013 Nissan Sentra US Pricing Announced

The new Nissan Sentra might be thoroughly improved in terms of style, technology, and refinement, but it is still very, very cheap. The Sentra goes on sale in America later this month, starting from just $15,990 for the base model, rising to $19,760 for the top of the line version. The whole range is powered by a 1.8-liter 4-cylinder engine which does 34 mpg for an effective range of 415-mile.

That good fuel economy is largely due to the new CVT gearbox, which allows Sentra FE+ S and FE+ SV grades achieve 40 mpg on the highway.  Other CVT-equipped models are rated at 39 mpg on the highway.

With its new LED-accented head and taillights, and refined interior, including soft-touch instrument panel and front door armrests, available leather-appointed seating and available Maple wood-tone trim, the new Sentra is a good car to live with. The car also gets a fair bit of technology features thanks to the Nissan Connect system.

Feature of Nissan Connect include: Navigation with Hands-Free Text Messaging Assistant, POIs powered by Google™ and Google™ Send-to-Car functions.  The system also offers Pandora® radio capability, Streaming Audio via Bluetooth® and a large 5.8-inch touch-screen display.  Other available features range from Dual Zone Automatic Temperature Control and a Bose® premium audio system with 8 speakers to Bluetooth® Hands-Free Phone System and RearView Monitor.

Price list:

Sentra S 6MT $15,990 USD
Sentra S CVT $17,260 USD
Sentra FE+ S CVT $17,660 USD
Sentra SV CVT $17,970 USD
Sentra FE+ SV CVT $18,370 USD
Sentra SR CVT $18,870 USD
Sentra SL CVT $19,760 USD


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