(Edmunds) The 2019 Nissan Sentra doesn’t attract much attention. It’s not as popular in terms of sales as other top small sedans, and it’s fair to say that its styling isn’t as memorable. But depending on your needs, it could still be worth a look.
There’s a range of versions to satisfy drivers. The entry-level Sentra S is all about affordability, for instance, while the Nismo is meant to appeal to enthusiasts with its enhanced performance and handling capability. And no matter which Sentra you look at, know that you’ll be getting a roomy interior, large trunk space, easy-to-use controls and a smooth ride.
There are some downsides to the Sentra. Most Sentras aren’t much fun to drive, and Nissan’s infotainment systems and advanced driver safety features are a little behind the times. The Sentra’s top competitors generally have more content and performance for just slightly more money. Overall, though, the Sentra has enough appealing qualities to justify taking a look.
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