|Reviewed By||Cassie Sellman|
|Price as Tested||$22,570.00 1.8-Liter 130 hp DOHC 4-cylinder engine, Xtronic CVT, Eco and Sport modes|
The Sentra does, in fact, get great gas mileage: 34 mpg combined. Exceptional trunk space. I also liked how the doors would automatically lock when driving.
The Sentra felt small on the inside, with what felt like little head space. The seats were not as comfortable as expected for a $20,000+ vehicle. And even in Sport mode, it seemed very sluggish.
For the price, expected a lot more options and comfort. Other cars in the same price range offer comparable or better quality, handling, luxury and style. If you were a shopper, however, who was truly not interested in style and wanted a car that was completely understated and practical, this would fit the bill.
|Fun to Drive|
|Fun to Look at|
|EPA Mileage||30 city, 39 hwy, 34 combined|
Sep 23, 2013