The styling on the Sentra is best when
a spoiler is added to the package.
The 1.8 liter engine is peppy, but
requires high rpm (~4200 rpm) on large
hills when the cruise control is on.
I drive approx 700 miles each weekend
and the comfort level is acceptable.
The interior is roomy and the trunk
space is more than adequate. I
February (mostly highway) and usually
get about 30 mpg vs the 35 that is
advertised on the window sticker.
After only two months, one of the
seams on the driver's seat has split.
The dealer is ordering a new seat
bottom to replace it, though. I am
getting about 34 MPG in mainly highway
driving. I was hoping for more with
gas prices around $2 and rising! The
front cup holders are only good for
very short cups. Many of the under
frame and engine components are
2004 Nissan Sentra SE-R Spec V 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl 6M)
I think that the car is one of the best
on the market for the price. It gives
you so much for the money 17" alloys,
175hp, sport tuned suspension, and a 6
speed transmission. You can't believe
what it can do for you. Check it out
My Nissan SE-R has not been a good car
at all. I baught it in April 2002 as a
graduation present. I now have a 7 1/2
page list from the dealership of things
that have had to be done to it. New
Starter, new censors, new
computer....you name it, it's been
replaced. I wouldn't recommend this car
it's got alot of get up and go. The
steroe is really nice.