I bought the 2000 Sentra somewhat on a
whim. It seemed like the best
combination of features, reliability
and fuel economy for a car in the under
$14k category. I have never liked how
the car looks, but I really appreciate
driving it 50+ miles a day. My family
had Datsuns when I was a kid that
lasted and lasted, so I do trust
Nissan's reliability. And the 31 MPG
average is great too!
All the little extra storage areas; the
many, many features that come standard
like keyless entry, AC, CD player,
Variable intermitent wipers, etc.
I really don't like the exterior design
much - in particular the rounded rear
end. It makes the car look way to
sedate and boring considering how nice
it is in the inside.
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