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2013 Nissan Sentra SV Review
Major improvements compared to previous model, great styling, very spacious including extra generous rear passenger space, 33 mpg average MPG - over 40 mpg hwy , quiet
Less storage space in center console, wiper wash nozzles needed dealer adjustment
The Best Nissan Sentra So Far — 1 year Update 2/28/14 - after 1 year I still love the Sentra and have recorded 46.5 MPG average on a long 3.5 hour trip in the early fall last year using 87 octane gas. I wish Nissan would replace the windshield washer nozzles, as the spray hit at the wiper level, requiring you to use more fluid. It handles beautiful and feels like a big car. The back seat area is bigger than most mid size and full size cars, we love all the room. Bluetooth works perfect, tires are quite and wearing very well with regular rotations. I change ther oil every 5,000 miles with semi synthetic. End of update, Original reviews starts here: I just replaced my 2010 Sentra SR with a brand new Black 2013 Nissan Sentra SV with the 1st the styling is awesome and everyone checks it out. I love the front and the back. The newdriving LED lights up front make the car look impressive and the ride and handling has dramatically improved, especially when cornering - it seems as if the car dives into the turn making it feel like a much more expensive German import. Although the 2.0 liter was replaced with Nissan's tried-and-true 1.8 liter, there seems to be sufficient power on the highway and the car is extremely quiet, thanks in part to the Bridgestone Turanza's which I think are great tires. Fuel economy is excellent and I've never seen a car I owned get over 30 mpg city, like this car. The entire layout of the Sentra is new. The interior dash streches across the front and includes a nice radio interface with USB and XMsirius, Bluetooth and the intelligent key, all part of the Drivers Package. I opted for the SV because I get steel wheels with hubcaps, because I tend to hug the curb too much, so this will save me money. The back seat is now gigantic and can fit 3 large adults, but in our case, it's heaven for the kids. The trunk is bigger than previous Sentra and can fit my mountain bike in easier. Based on my last Sentra which logged 60K before I traded it, there were zero problems I encountered, so I assume this Sentra will be perfect too aside from a future brake job and tire replacement. It's actually a big car similar to mid-size offerings. It's worth it to drive this car because the Sentra is actually a great car for the price and with fuel mpg averaging 33 mpg and potential for over 40 mpg on the highway, it will keep costs down. I lease the new Sentra with $300 total cash out of pocket (that's everything), and got a $278 payment with 15,000 miles per year and 36 months leases. I prefer to lease. Any questions about this car let me know.
Primary Use: Family transportation
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2013 Nissan Sentra SL Review
Nice leather seats,good navigation system,good mpg,nice cvt,comfortable to drive
Less hp than previous model
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