What does the letter designation mean

Asked by Aug 27, 2016 at 09:12 PM about the Nissan Sentra

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What does s, SV, SR, mean in the Nissan Sentra
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From the web....."Automakers use a variety of model designations to denote plain or fancy versions, and there's no rhyme or reason behind the letters and numbers. One company's S model, for example, may be a direct rival for another's SE, LE or LX model. They're just another way of saying Good, Better, Best."

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Thanks what do they actually mean so I know what I'm buying

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If you are looking at new, go to the Nissan website and look what is available for each designation. The "S" will be the base package.

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