I myself am a proud owner of a 2004
Nissan Sentra SE-R Auto. The car is
unbelievably fast for my taste. Not
knowing how to drive a manual didn't
prevent my purchase from the Spec-V
model but the auto version is much more
at ease due to its convenience of gas
and brake go. The interior design is
useful, not too sporty yet not too dull
either. Interior controls seem to be
right or close to the right places for
convenience. Rear-seat room could
definitely have been improved. The only
drawbacks I found w/this car was
exterior front design, rear-seat room,
and it being a four-door vehicle.
Would've preferred the vehicle to be a
The blacked-out tailights definitely
give it a sporty but not too hooked-up
look. The headlights seem more bigger
and better looking. In addition, the
enhanced Rockford-Fosgate audio system
is definitely a clear improvement from
the previous model.
Nissan's designers must've lost their
minds when they decided to redesign the
sentra from the 2003 design. The 2003
SE-R style design not only separated it
from the other sentra styles, but gave
it a more prominous, sporty, pronounced
look to it.
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