My '95 Nissan Sentra is a nice little
car. It is reliable and gets good
mileage. It's not very expensive so
you pretty much get what you pay for.
There's not much horse-power. It's
just a 4-cylinder engine. There's no
extras such as keyless remote entry or
anti-lock brakes or even a CD player.
But I'm sure the newer ones have a CD
player. Recently I was in an accident
and was pleased to find out that the
seat belts worked well and the airbags
I like the fact that it's a small,
limber car. You can cut corners pretty
fast and it has a small wheel base.
There's good manueverability. It's
also a pretty roomy car even though
I just wish it had more horsepower.
That's really the only thing. It's not
really built to go very fast. My car
starts shaking a little bit once I hit
80 or 85 mph.
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