While looking for a new car I knew that
I wanted something that would move when
I wanted it to. After looking for
countless hours of searching through
all of the auto makers in the +/-$15K
range it came down to the final three.
The Honda Civic was a front runner. I
was impressed with the handling Honda
boasts, however I see so many Civic's
on the road I want to barf. The Nissan
Sentra took the prize at the end. From
the moment I drove the car I knew it
was a 4 cylonder engine, but with the
soul of a V6. I am not one for racing
at every stop light, but I do enjoy
driving a car with good preformance and
handling and the Sentra does that well.
Power and styling are my favorite
attributes of the Sentra. Of the other
competetor I challenge you to find a
car with such sleek, modern, and
aggresssive styling inside and out as
this Nissan. Overall this car is a
blast to drive, looks good, and it
won't hurt your bank book.
The driver seat needs to go back
farther, or the peddals should be
pushed back more. A couple of small
rattles that had to be fixed before I
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