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1990 Nissan Sentra Sedan - Consumer Reviews

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XE 1.6L 4-cyl. 5-speed Manual - (2 reviews )

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20 years and getting old
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By Dennis Fudge
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Vehicle

1990 Nissan Sentra Sedan XE 4dr Sedan


Review

I carpool and cycle whenever I get a chance so the mileage is low (156000 km) in which 85000 km was originally on the vehicle when I purchased it in 1994. But now the car is getting old and the cost for repairs is starting to be almost as much as the vehicle is worth. With two tires needing to be replaced,lower ball joints worn and the gas gauge not working, it is time to upgrade. Plus my children are getting bigger which means a larger vehicle.


Best Features

Very low repair cost per year. Sometimes going two years with no cost but for oil changes.


Worst Features

Lower cost, so I can afford a new car.


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Great Car
Performance
Comfort
Fuel Economy
Fun To Drive
Interior Design
Exterior Design
Build Quality
Reliability
By Diablo_75
on

Vehicle

1990 Nissan Sentra Sedan XE 4dr Sedan


Review

I've actually owned 2 of these cars
(the first being a 2 dr XE). The
first car's timing chain guide wore
out at about 220,000 miles. I scraped
it out for little parts, and use them
to replace the occasional need for the
one I'm driving now. It has a
remanufactured engine in it, so
there's no telling how far this one
will last. It's a good compact car.


Best Features

Starts easily in any temerature (even a freezing 20 or 30 below). Maintenence is a sinch.


Worst Features

It doesn't hurt to put in a nice CD player, but my car (in it's lifetime) has been broken into about 3 times...by force. So, in that case...get a car alarm.


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