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A few days before the 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show finally kicks off, Nissan is previewing its event lineup with an off-site display of its 2017 Nissan Sentra NISMO in the downtown area. Yes, the Nissan Sentra now has a NISMO variant.
It was nearly five years ago when a sporty version of the Sentra hit the market. This version was the Sentra SE-R. Moving forward to this day, the Sentra NISMO is the latest in Nissan’s compact performance sedans, bringing with it the motorsports-inspired NISMO factory-tuned performance. Further increasing the appeal of the Sentra NISMO is the fact that it is available at less than $25,000 when it arrives in January 2017.
So, there you have it, an inexpensive, practical car with a sporty personality and a few twists. Michael Bunce, vice president for Product Planning at Nissan North America, remarked that the Sentra NISMO would be popular in Southern California and around the United States, given its performance specs without the hefty price. Of course, the 2017 Nissan Sentra is offered in other grade levels: S, SV, SR, SR Turbo and SL.Read the entire article Nissan displays 2017 Sentra NISMO at the 2016 LA Auto Show
The remodelled 2016 Nissan Sentra sedan arrives at dealerships just as Nissan has wrapped up its best-ever sales year. The redesigned 6-speed manual transmission has made a significant impression on the market. This is in part due to the low retail price of only $16,780 for the Sentra S 6MT. Despite the manufacturer’s move to give the car a significant make over the price of the new model only increased by $250, making it financially attractive to customers.
Vice President of Sales and Marketing Operations, Nissan, North America, Dan Mohnke recognised the significant impact the Sentra S has had, saying that the Sentra has had “tremendous growth” in sales and market share in the past few years, earning it a reputation as one of Nissan’s quickest growing nameplates.
With an impressive exterior and a range of improved technology and safety features, it is clear to see why the Sentra has been such a hit. The body of the Sentra now looks like a sibling of the redesigned 2016 Maxima or the new 2016 Altima. It is clear Nissan is evolving into a new look with its fleet of revised vehicles.Read the entire article 2016 Nissan Sentra, with starting price of $16,780, causes sensation at dealerships
Making its debut at the 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show is the 2016 Nissan Sentra – the third sedan from the brand to receive a complete makeover. The automaker had previously taken the covers off its Maxima “4-Door Sports Car” and Altima for its 2016 model lineup.
The 2016 Nissan Sentra is set to start selling at dealerships throughout the U.S. in the latter part of December. In an interview with reporters, Fred Diaz, senior vice president, Sales & Marketing and Operations of Nissan North America, said that the Sentra, like its two other top sedans, has been given major revisions to make it “even better.”
Since 2015, Sentra has been breaking sales records, with a 9.7% sales increase through October. Altima is the top-selling Nissan model. Rogue ranks second while Sentra is at the third position. In the past three years, Sentra’s market share has almost doubled. As proof of how resilient this model is, over 93% of Sentra units that have been sold in the past decade are still plying the roads.Read the entire article 2015 LA Auto Show: 2016 Nissan Sentra debuts with big upgrades but price stays low at $16,780
If you are planning to maker your early shopping this year, you’d better know that the 2015 Nissan Sentra will start from $16,480 in the United States. For this amount of money, you will get the 2015 Sentra S equipped with a six-speed manual transmission, but if you want the model using the Xtronic automatic gearbox, pricing starts at $17,330.
The 2015 Nissan Sentra FE+ S Tronic costs $17,730, while the 2015 Sentra SV Xtronic is priced at $18,300. The 2015 Nissan Sentra SR Xtronic costs $19,910 while the Sentra SL Xtronic will be priced at $20,670. Pricing does not include the $825 destination and handling charge.
Each Sentra version will use the same 1.8-liter four-cylinder petrol engine that produces 130 hp and returns 30 mpg city/40 mpg highway/34 mpg combined on the Sentra FE+ S model, which means a more than 415-mile driving range.Read the entire article 2015 Nissan Sentra priced from $16,480 in the United States
Nissan wants to expand its Nismo line of factory performance models and after it unveiled the Nismo GT-R, the Nismo Juke RS, the Japanese carmaker brought at the 2013 LA Auto Show the new Sentra Nismo Concept. As expected, the new car comes with a new body kit developed by Nismo, consisting of a new front bumper with integrated LED daytime running lights and red accents, a sporty front grille featuring the Nismo lettering, side sills featuring the same red accents, a rear trunk lid spoiler, a new rear bumper featuring an aggressive design with integrated air diffuser and exhaust system and a ceter rear fog lamp.
The vehicle features a custom Bright Pearl White finish, while the 19-inch Rays aluminum-alloy wheel hide the red-painted 370Z brake calipers. Inside, we find the Recaro “Sportster” front seats with custom black leather and Alcantara appointments, rear seats wrapped in a mix of perforated black Alcantara appointments, instrument cluster with a satin carbon fiber finish, while all chrome accents are treated to a Dark Chrome finish.
The start button and tachometer feature Nismo anodized red rings. The concept car is powered by a 1.8-liter DOHC 4-cylinder engine rated at 240+ hp and more than 240 lb-ft of torque.Read the entire article 2013 LA Auto Show: Nissan presents the Sentra Nismo Concept
Nissan has just announced that the all-new 2013 Sentra will be priced in the United States from $15,990. Set to go on sale at U.S. Nissan dealers nationwide beginning October 16, the redesigned Sentra promises to offer class-above design standards inside and out, as well as efficiency in engineering.
According to the official press release, the 2013 Sentra is five percent lighter than the outgoing model, despite the fact that it is slightly larger and offers more interior room. All the Sentra versions will be powered by the same fuel-efficient 1.8-liter engine, bolted to the next-generation Xtronic CVT transmission. The Sentra FE+ S and FE+ SV will offer achieve 40 mpg on the highway, while the other CVT-equipped models are rated at 39 mpg on the highway.
All the CVT models are rated by EPA at 34 mpg combined (City and Highway) and offer a driving range of 415 miles. Regarding the interior, this comes with heated leather-appointed seating surfaces, Dual Zone Automatic Climate Control, Bose Premium Audio System, RearView Monitor and NissanConnectSM with Navigation system.Read the entire article 2013 Nissan Sentra priced from $15,990
Production of the 2013 Nissan Sentra sedan has started at its plant located in Aguascalientes, Mexico. Since 1992, the Sentra has been produced in Mexico. However, Nissan still made a $150 million investment to get the Aguascalientes plant ready in producing the new Sentra. Nissan released a video to show that on August 30 (the first day of production), a blue Sentra was the first car to be built.
To celebrate the arrival of the cars, Nissan workers prepared confetti and a live orchestra as well as a salute of car horns. The 2013 Sentra will be exported from Mexico to the U.S. and Canada. It will also be available in Mexico. The Aguascalientes plant has produced over 430,000 Sentras since 1992.
With the expectation that the new Sentra will be more popular than the previous model, Nissan will raise the manufacturing capacity of its Canton, Mississippi plant later this year. The Canton factory is where the following models are built: Nissan Altima sedan, Armada SUV, Titan pickup, NV van, Xterra SUV, and Frontier pickup truck. The 2013 Nissan Sentra will start selling this fall in the U.S.Read the entire article 2013 Nissan Sentra production kicks off at in Aguascalientes, Mexico
Nissan has finally unveiled the all-new 2013 Sentra and announced that the car features a new platform, lighter body as well as a 1.8-liter engine in order to take on the Honda Civic and the Toyota Corolla. Set to hit the dealerships this fall, the 2013 Nissan Sentra follows the same design line as the 2013 Almera and features the new signature trapezoid-shaped grille and large wraparound headlights with LED accents.
According to Nissan, this id the only sedan in the compact segment to offer LED accents as standard equipment. The rear lights also offer LED technology as standard. Comparing it to the outgoing model, the 2013 Sentra features a lowered beltline and a new character line that runs from the front fenders, along the sides and ends at the sculpted taillights.
As we said, the 2013 Sentra is built on a new platform that contributes to the new model’s 150 pounds weight reduction. Moreover, the car features a 0.6-inch longer wheelbase (106.3 inches) and a 2.3-inch longer overall length (182.1 inches). The interior was also updated and features high quality materials that are not usually found in compact vehicles.Read the entire article Nissan introduces the all-new 2013 Sentra
Nissan North America will build the 2013 Sentra at its Canton plant in Mississippi in order to cope with the growing demand in Mexico and to meet its sales targets for the next-generation compact car. Nissan will be employing 600 more people to increase the Canton plant’s workforce to 4,500 employees as the company races to roll out the next-generation Sentra late this year.
The carmaker will be implementing a redesign of the Sentra for the 2013 model year, with officials hoping that it would pose a more serious threat to segment leaders Toyota Corolla and Honda Civic, which consistently outsell Nissan’s compact car by roughly a 2-1 ratio. Nissan posted a 22 percent increase in Sentra sales in the United States to 114,991 units in 2011. However, this year seems to be not very promising as Sentra sales fell 18 percent to 46,773 units for the first five months of 2012.
According to Nissan, it has to shift the production of 2013 Sentra to Canton, Miss., as the model’s production at its Aguascalientes assembly plant in Mexico is constrained. The Aguascalientes assembly plant also builds the Versa model that is being sold in the US, Mexico and other markets. Nissan has been shifting its car and light-truck lineup around its sites to cater to growing demand in Mexico, the US and Brazil.Read the entire article Nissan to build 2013 Sentra at its Canton plant, to cater to rising Mexican demand
Nissan North America said that the 2013 Nissan Sentra will be based on the all-new global sedan. Together with this announcement, teaser video clips and images of the 2013 Sentra SR were released. Later this summer, the all-new Sentra will be introduced in the U.S. and will start selling in the fall.
Brian Carolin, senior vice president, Sales and Marketing of NNA, said that Sentra is the third of a total of five new core models that will be presented in a 15-month period. He said that sales of the all-new Altima will start this summer and will be trailed by the new Pathfinder and Sentra.
By the time of the launch of the upcoming two new models in 2013, the company would have freshened up 75% of its volume. This gives loyal customers a treat as well as entices more people to enter Nissan’s showrooms.Read the entire article 2013 Nissan Sentra teased ahead of its official debut
Nissan is hoping that the redesigned Sentra that will come out in two years will sell well in the compact sedan segment and that its sales will be comparable to that of the Altima.
Honda and Toyota sell nearly as many compact cars as their mid-size sedans but Nissan has not had the same luck. Al Castignetti, Nissan Division vice president of sales, said that the Sentra misses "the heart of the market right now."
He explained that those who are considering an Altima and who eventually decide to buy a compact car don't choose a Sentra since the styling is too polarizing.Read the entire article Next-generation Nissan Sentra to be inspired by the Altima
Nissan North America, Inc, revealed today the sticker price for the 2009 Nissan Sentra and the Sentra SE-R, which are now available at dealers nationwide.
The 2009 model Sentra and Sentra SE-R had obtained a modified rear trunk lid configuration, the famous MP3 playback feature and a new Premium Audio Package. SE-R series provides optional upgrades that include power-sliding glass moonroof and Nissan Intelligent Key.
All 2009 Sentra models have an assortment of standard convenience and safety features. Fuel economy estimate is 33 mpg Highway/25mpg City (Sentra 2.0-liter with CVT).Read the entire article 2009 Nissan Sentra pricing announced
Nissan determined that it was time to give some of its sedans a mid-cycle lift and so it decided to add more consumer electronics to the 2010 Nissan Altima, Maxima and Sentra. The Bluetooth wireless connections in the Altima and Maxima have been expanded to allow music to be transferred from an iPod.
The navigation systems for the Altima and Maxima were also updated to now include restaurant reviews, weather forecasts and warnings, and traffic updates.
Nissan has added a $400 navigation option for the Sentra. Some minor exterior and interior styling changes were also made on the 2010 Altima and Sentra.Read the entire article Nissan updates the 2010 Maxima, Altima, Sentra and Versa sedans
Besides the 2011 Maxima which was priced from $30,810 (Maxima 3.2 S CVT), Nissan also announced today that the pricing for the 2011 Sentra will start at $15,520, for the Sentra 2.0 6MT model.
For the 2011MY the popular compact sedan continues with a realignment of option package equipment, in order to help buyers to attain just the right level of features to match their needs and budgets.
Besides the based model, Sentra will be available in six versions: Sentra 2.0 (6MT $15,530; 2.0 CVT ($16,700), 2.0 S ($17,450), 2.0 SR ($17,450), 2.0 SL ($18,850), the performance-oriented Sentra SE-R ($19,580) and SE-R Spec V ($20,080).Read the entire article 2011 Nissan Sentra priced from $15,520
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