2006 Nissan Sentra Consumer Review: A great car, for a great price

2006 Nissan Sentra Sedan - Consumer Review

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A great car, for a great price
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2006 Nissan Sentra 1.8 S 4dr Sedan (1.8L 4cyl 4A)


33+ mpg for 60% highway 40% local driving. 129@2400 torque delivers good acceleration, similar to VW Golf (122@2600), better than all other JPN, KRN and USA compact cars (about 120- 140@4000+). So, I don't have to floor the gas pedal and listen to the engine hauling at 4000 RPM all the time, as it is in a Civic. The Rockford audio system is super, worth $900, but included in the $433 special edition package, together with fog lights, spoiler, leather steering wheel, sporty grill and seats. The rear seats need more leg room, but most people use a Sentra as a 4-door coupe, with rear cup holders. As other compact cars, you can feel the wind, but very smooth ride in a nice day.

Best Features

Almost Everything.

Worst Features

The tires are of a rare size and low winter traction rating. Nissan should work with Michelin or Goodyear to make a good replacement all season tire. Front cup holder is in an unfortunate location.
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