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March 1, 2024
The Evolution of the Nissan Sentra: From Basic to Bold

The Evolution of the Nissan Sentra: From Basic to Bold

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The Nissan Sentra is a small car that has had its ups and downs over the years. In 2013, however, it saw a complete redesign that made it bigger, bolder and more powerful than ever before. While the Sentra may be known as one of the cheapest cars you can buy new, there are plenty of reasons why you might want to consider buying one instead of another brand’s entry-level sedan or hatchback.

1999-2002 Nissan Sentra

The first-generation Nissan Sentra was introduced in 1999 and ran through 2002. It was the first model of its kind to be built on a global platform, which meant that it could be sold across the globe with minimal changes to its size and shape. This generation of Sentra came in XE, GXE and SE trim levels; S, SV and SL trims; SE-R models (a sportier version of the SE).

2003-2007 Nissan Sentra

The 2003-2007 Nissan Sentra was a great car. The SE-R Spec V was introduced in 2003, and it was the first time that Nissan offered a turbocharged engine in its compact sedan. The SE-R Spec V NISMO followed in 2005, featuring upgraded suspension and brakes. Finally, the most hardcore version of all–the SE-R Spec V NISMO RS–was introduced in 2006 with even more power (205 hp) than its predecessors!

2008-2012 Nissan Sentra

The 2008-2012 Nissan Sentra is a great choice for drivers who want a little bit more from their compact sedan. While it still maintains the basic features that made its predecessor so popular, this generation of Sentra also delivers more power, comfort, and features than ever before.

The exterior design of the 2008-2012 Nissan Sentra has been updated with more aggressive lines and bolder styling cues that give it an overall sportier look than previous models. It also comes equipped with dual exhaust tips on all trims except S and SE models (which have single exhausts) as well as projector beam headlights with LED daytime running lights in front along with rear combination lamps out back–both features we’ve come to expect from newer cars these days but didn’t exist when first introduced back then!

Inside there’s plenty going on too: front seats are designed for comfort while offering excellent support during long drives; leather upholstery options are available across most trims including SE-R trim level pictured here; power windows/locks/mirrors plus keyless entry system make opening doors even easier since no fumbling around trying remember which button does what anymore…

2013-2017 Nissan Sentra

The 2013 Nissan Sentra is bolder than ever before. The new Sentra has a bold new look and a bolder engine, interior, chassis and suspension. But it’s not just about the looks; this car also packs some serious power under the hood.

The 2013 model year marks the introduction of two turbocharged engines: A 2.0L 4-cylinder rated at 188 horsepower or a 1.8L 4-cylinder rated at 177 horsepower–both engines feature direct injection technology for better fuel economy (i4 only). If you want something more powerful than those numbers but less expensive than those prices then consider upgrading to the SR Turbo 6MT trim level where you can get 250 hp out of your 2nd generation CVT transmission equipped vehicle!

The new 2013 Nissan Sentra is bolder than ever before.

The exterior design is bold, with an aggressive front end and large headlights that make it look like a fighter jet. The interior features leather seats and a touchscreen audio system that’s easy to use. And under the hood? A turbocharged 4-cylinder engine capable of producing 185 horsepower–more than enough power for this compact car!

Conclusion

The new Nissan Sentra has a lot to offer, and we can’t wait to see what the future holds. The Sentra has come a long way from its humble beginnings as a basic compact sedan in the 1980s, but it’s clear that this car still has some room left for improvement.

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