2006 Nissan Sentra SE-R Spec V 4dr Sedan (2.5L 4cyl 6M)
Don't spend the money on audio upgrade it's not worth it, the speakers sound scratchy and the bass output comes more from the front speakers than the rear subwoofer. The pilasters by the windows rattled when I bought the car. I took it to the dealership had it fixed but left passenger window still rattles a bit. The instrument cluster doesn't seem very high quality. the back seats don't have a lot of room and although the car looks big its about the same size as a mazda protege on the inside. It has limited trunk space. the car does handle real well specially when cornering, sharp turns can be tricky when accelarating because of torque steer.bottom line well powered for the price
big feel well powered handles like a small car. cruise control is easy to operate and ergonomic. one touch driver down window. gas mileage.
better center console with nicer controls. bigger trunk. better sounding audio package. getting the car in reverse was tricky at first.
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