I own a 2006 Nissan Sentra 1.8 S Special Edition Pkg. I bought this car for $13,500 and there are obvious reasons why this car is priced under its competition. Although there are many features, build quality is suspect, the 1.8L engine is anemic and the suspension archaic. The seats are poorly designed and very uncomfortable if driving in excess of one-hour. The car does acheive respectable mileage and has a Rockford Fosgate 6 CD changer w/ 9 speakers. Power windows, power mirrors and an alarm system are included. This is an ideal car for a college student or someone on an extremely limited income. I would recommend driving a Honda Civic, Mazda 3 or Toyota Corolla before deciding.
Rockford Fosgate audio system, excellent mileage.
Update exterior and interior design. Add ergonomic seats and replace the awful automatic transmission. Update hard plastic interior panels. Replace Firestone Firehawk tires (worst rated tire in automotive history). This car wreaks of cheap.
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