2012 Nissan Sentra Consumer Review: People Need Retraining

2012 Nissan Sentra - Consumer Review

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People Need Retraining
By badrobot on


2012 Nissan Sentra 2.0 SR 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl CVT)


I only heard one or two reviewers mention this car was a good value.
The cars CVT takes some getting used to because it accelerates in a linear manner but overall this is a very well built car.
I have owned Scion and Honda's and this car's power is just as good as a Honda and much better than a Scion.
I have also owned a Kia and have had friends who own Hyundai. They are good cars until you get into a collision in them.
Then they will sit in the auto body shop for at least a month while you wait for replacement parts to come from Korea.
I bought a SR Special Edition Model for under 16.5K.
There are none of the competitors than can match the options and accessories for this Price!

Best Features

The Navigation system. Bluetooth. Ipod connectivity. Moonroof. Xm Navtraffic. Alloy Wheels

Worst Features

Stereo speakers need to be better. I had the 6x9's on the rear deck and on the doors replaced with Sony 6x9s from wmart for 54 per pair and they sound light years better than the low quality speakers in the car. The car needs a sport mode button to keep the engine rpm at a higher level for sport style driving. Nissan and all car makers should offer HID headlights and foglights as an option. Anyone can buy these for 35 per pair so it should not be too hard for them to offer these as options. We are in the 21st Century. Replace the remaining interior/exterior lamps with LEDs.
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