2007 Nissan Sentra 2.0 SL 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl CVT)
We've had ours for 1 month and 3500 miles. Nice car so far. Getting about 30 mpg with 65% city and 35% highway. Plenty of room in the car for the four of us. Trunk is bigger than it looks. The leather is nice and soft but would like to see a lumbar support and power seats. CVT is nice and smooth. Braking is a little clumsy when the CVT disengages. I test drove all the others, civic, corrola, elantra and mazda3. The Sentra provides the best bang for the buck.
Intellikey, leather at an affordable price, CVT, direct MP3 input, trip computer.
Folding mirrors, improved door trim panels (hard plastic), automatic locking doors, automatic headlights. I wish they would have continued the body lines through the fenders instead of cutting them off at the end of the front door. Telescoping steering wheel. Rear independent suspension
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