I drove a 1994 Sentra for 200,000 miles-great car, so I purchased another. My 2004 model seems like the same car. It must have been built by the same people. I've had it in the shop twice. Once to replace steering system due to a leak and the belts are loud (which are not covered under warranty). A speaker is busted and the fuel mileage is low (32mpg).
The exterior look. Automatic transmission. The sound system.
Better fuel milage, leg room in the backseat. Inspect vehicle before it leaves the plant.
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