For a college student on a tight
budget the Nissan Sentra is a great
choice. It is very comfortable for my
rather long daily commute. The fuel
economy is excellent great on my
wallet, but the car is still fun to
drive on curvy roads.
The road trip package! It comes with
a great sound system.
i have onwed a sentra gxe for a year
know and i gave to say i love it. gas
mileage is outstanding average 27 city
and 35 highway. excellent for sound
quality of stock stereo and spacious
for 2 ten inch woofers in the trunk
with storage space still. handling is
superb which is why i have avoided many
collisions. quiet engine and
reliability you can find in no other
car in my opinion especially for the
price of what i paid. $10,000 even
brand new. i am now upgrading and
looking to be sponsored into a 2005
spec-v. these are badboy little
space, quick little engine, upgradable
make after market parts through nissan
that aftermarket companies make.
I bought my 04 Sentra 2.5s two weeks
ago, and so far, so good. The car's
engine is wonderful, quick and
responsive. The back seats, however,
leave much to be desired as they are
VERY cramped. The fuel ecnomy could be
better (I'm averaging about 23 mi
between city and highway driving). I
test drove the Civic while shopping
around and although a very solidly
built car, I felt its engine was a bit
boring and not very powerful at all.
So, all in all, my Sentra is turning
out to be a pretty good buy.
engine, ABS, moonroof, stereo (for a
$14K car, the stereo is VERY
impressive, 180 watts and seven
speakers v. about 100 watts and 4
speakers in 04 Civic EX)
The car is nice and comfortable to
drive. Highway driving is good,
limited outside noise when windows are
up. Overall it's a great car to use in
town or drive a long distance to work.
Gas miliage is great - this I love.
Car hands great and a great front
view. It would be sporter load with
outside extras like wing and tint.
front view of the car, the speaker
sound, location of cup holders, keyless
entry, keyless trunck release.