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The 2020 Nissan Sentra is all-new as it enters its eighth generation since it was first introduced back in 1982. Over 6 million units of this compact sedan have been sold and this latest update is designed to maintain the popularity of the Sentra amid declining sedan sales. Power for the Sentra comes from a […]
Things are hot right at Nissan new models coming out at a fast pace over the past 12 months in key markets. With the new Titan, Maxima, Murano all off to strong sales starts, Nissan is adding another newly refreshed car to its lineup – the 2016 Nissan Sentra. Can this compact car rise up […]
The refreshed 2016 Nissan Sentra debuts with bold styling, along with a competitive collection of technology and safety upgrades.
They’ll let you out on the Nürburgring, but you’d be well advised to hone your skills and vastly underestimate your abilities, as evidenced by this crash featuring a Renault Megane.
Here it is – the first in the next wave of Takata airbag related safety recalls. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has entered into an agreement with Takata that involves the recall of an additional 34 million vehicles, including around 250,000 Nissan models.
This week, we’re driving the 2015 mid-size Nissan Sentra, still highlighting an engine and continuously variable transmission (CVT) combination that delivers an impressive 39 mpg highway. Re-designed in 2013, Sentra delivers five more MPG increase with this latest platform while increasing physical dimensions and delivering more luxurious surroundings.
Safety recall updates have become a very common occurrence. Only a little over a year ago BestRide.com could have provided National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) safety recall updates once a month or even less frequently. Now, there are brand new updates every week. Where BestRide.com could once provide consumers with a complete list of […]
The search continues for a $5K sedan that could go another 10 years. This client drives only about 5K miles per year, so that’s not as hard as it sounds. What has been hard is finding reasonably-priced cars in this very popular used-car segment.