Nissan confirmed the pricing and specs of its economy class sedan, the Sentra, in the American market. The car comes with a few upgrades in its new version, but pricing remain unchanged over the last year’s model, starting from $15,990. Even a fully-loaded one won’t cost more than $19,590.
So an under 20 grand sedan that is spacious and economical; it ought to be rubbish, right? Well, not so. You do get a lot of kit for your money, and it’s not even pre-historic in terms of technology. 2014 Nissan Sentra gets stuff like Nissan Connect infotainment system, and a CVT transmission.
Sentra’s available NissanConnect with Navigation now includes all-new NissanConnect Apps smartphone integration for iPhone and Android, allowing the user to connect with Pandora, iHeartRadio, Facebook and more. It even has voice recognition.
The 2014 model is also more refined than before, thanks to engine noise and vibration reduction, quicker steering wheel, and retuned spring, shocks and thicker stabilizer bars. The car is powered by a 1.8-liter 4-cylinder engine which FE+ guise with CVT transmission can do up to 40 mpg highway, corresponding to a range of 425 miles.
It all comes down to the looks. If you decide you can live with the way 2014 Nissan Sentra looks, it’s not a pretty good car for getting from A to B.
|Sentra S 6MT||$15,990 USD|
|Sentra S CVT||$16,790 USD|
|Sentra FE+ S CVT||$17,190 USD|
|Sentra SV CVT||$17,490 USD|
|Sentra FE+ SV CVT||$17,890 USD|
|Sentra SR CVT||$18,690 USD|
|Sentra SL CVT||$19,590 USD|
Destination and handling $810.