Tire Sensors are a pain!
By F Fields on
2007 Nissan Sentra 2.0 S 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl CVT)
I have had this car for almost a yr now. I like in the Chicago land area. I travel 30 miles one way to work. The car was very reliable over the winter. I dont like the way the car handles in windy conditions or at speeds over 60 MPH. The only major problem I have had is the darn tire sensors which is now on every time I get into the car. My tires deflated every time the temperature changed so I had to purchase an air compressor to save time and money on having someone come put air in my tires. I was really tempted to get all new tires but there was nothing wrong with the tires on the car. So now the light never goes off. The sensors are expensive to replace (Quotes $125-$180)Hate the sensors!
Interior is very roomy in front and back!
Tire senors and sun visor need some working on. Driving over 60MPH is not so smooth.