The Japanese automakers are back with the all-new generation Nissan Sentra. The Sentra is launched and expected to hit the roads in early 2020. The company tried to improve some of the cons of the past. For example, seating position, steering angles angle, and peddle position is improved. The company has introduced six variants of the new Sentra.
Under the hood of Nissan Sentra
There is only one engine option available across all the variants. The Nissan Sentra comes with a 1.8-liter naturally aspirated 4-cylinder inline engine, which produces 149 bhp and 198 Nm of torque. Also, the company might bring in a 1.6-liter turbocharged engine in the future. The continuous variable transmission transfers the power generated from the engine to the front wheels. There is no manual option available this time. The all-new Sentra covers 0-100 kph in 9.2 seconds, which is slightly less as compared to its rivals.
Changes from the predecessors
Although not much has changed from its predecessor, the slight changes are significant. Starting from the dimensions, the new Sentra is a little wider and slightly shorter compared to older variants. This time the company has put in the new multilink rear suspension, which is no doubt better than the earlier one. The sedan stands tall on massive 17-inch alloys. The safety features for the driver, as well as the passengers, are improved. The infotainment cluster and other features are enhanced.
There are noticeable changes from outside. The long nose and V-shape front grille fit perfectly in the position. The sedan looks muscular from the front and much more aerodynamic. From the inside, it feels much more spacious and luxurious. There are slight changes in the features as well. But there is no comparison with the Mazda 3. Seats for rear passengers and the boot space is sufficiently large.
The Price of new Sentra
The Nissan Sentra comes with a price tag of $17,990 for the base variant and goes up to $26,040 for the Nismo variant. The company will start the delivery of its new generation Sentra in early 2020.
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