by Larry on Sep 26, 2007 Vehicle: 1991 Nissan Sentra SE 2dr Coupe
When I first bought the car, I thought hey, saves gas, and it's cheap. But what I did not know was the problems I would encounter. I have tremendous issues with the starter that I had to fix twice, I changed the leaking radiator, my car got too hot so bought another thermostat, new rear shocks, replaced the 5 speed transmission, and to top it all off, my car is leaking oil and I once again am having problems with my new, used transmission I supposedly just replaced. It pops out of fifth gear.
by Smikel on Sep 14, 2003 Vehicle: 1991 Nissan Sentra SE 2dr Coupe
I bought this car used, and have never
had a problem. The 5spd is awesome,
and the clutch is amazingly sweet! I
did put custom exhaust & a K&N filter
in to boost the performance. The seats
are really comfotable too! It's the
best I've ever owned!
by georgio07 on Oct 11, 2002 Vehicle: 1991 Nissan Sentra SE 2dr Coupe
I have been the sole owner of a 1991
Nissan Sentra SE 2-door Coupe, 5-speed
manual transmission. I bought this new
when it has 43 miles on it. It has been
a great car for the economical, yet fun
to drive class. Only problem in 11
years has been 1 fuel pump that went
out after 9 years. The OEM parts and
quality have been excellent.
Now in the 11th year, I am in need of
new struts for the front and some
rust\body work near the rear lower
quarterpanels, from all of the Ohio
Salt. I will soon be upgrading to a
2003 Nissan Maxima SE or 350 Z, and
just looking for more power and a V-6
The Nissan Sentra is totally redesigned for 1991. Edges are smoothed out and corners are rounded, giving the '91 Sentra a more substantial feel. A racy SE-R is introduced with an outstanding little 140-horsepower engine. All other Sentras get a 110-horsepower engine that is about average for this class. A four-speed automatic transmission is available on all Sentras but the SE-R.