2008 Nissan Sentra 2.0 S 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl CVT)
So roomy for a "sub-compact" car! Very smooth quiet drive. Lots of get-up-and go off the line, but the engine and CVT tell you they are exerting themselves (a little too much growl). MPG hwy has not topped 32; but the city mpg (28) is better than the EPA estimate for the car. For an entry-level car with a relatively tall profile, body roll on turns is not objectionable.
The quiet, smooth ride - again, for an inexpensive car.
Needs more than one power outlet, and preferably it should not be hot-wired all the time (like the lone was is). Nissan should tell buyers that mpg will suffer on a car having CVT AND using cruise control - I consistently get better hwy mpg w/o the c-control on.
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