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2013 Nissan Sentra
Charlotte, NC
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Whether you’re looking for style, refinement, room, fuel economy or just some cool in-cabin technology, you’ll find the 2013 Nissan Sentra worth your time, scoring high marks on all fronts. What's New? The 2013 Nissan Sentra is as new as new gets. In addition to all the improvements you can see and touch, the Sentra is built on a new, lighter platform and driven by a new engine and transmission setup. Completely redesigned for 2013, the excellent new Nissan Sentra feels less like a compact car and more like a downsized mid-size sedan. The look is substantial and mature, the interior is refined in look and feel, and from front to trunk it’s downright roomy. The growing number of tech-dependent drivers will appreciate a robust and intuitive NissanConnect infotainment package with cool Google, Pandora and text messaging features, and anyone who hasn’t won the free-gas-for-life lottery will appreciate the Sentra’s class-leading combined city/highway fuel economy of 34 mpg. And while it’s neither as fun to drive as a Mazda3, nor as quiet and comfortable as a Chevy Cruze, the new Nissan Sentra rides and handles better than most buyers need it to. Driving the Used 2013 Nissan Sentra It rides, handles and responds very well. The engine’s 130-horsepower rating is at the low end of the segment, but the flexible CVT Transmission compensates some. It doesn’t make the car any faster, but the new Sentra includes a 3-mode drive selector with Eco, Normal and Sport modes to maximize economy or responsiveness. Electric power steering continues to improve across the industry, and the Sentra offers better steering feel than the Hyundai Elantra, for instance. Highway ride is right in line with what we expect from a good compact sedan nowadays, and the front seats are comfortable for at least a couple of hours (the longest stretch we’ve tested them to this point). Interior Comfort High-quality materials, electroluminescent gauges and a tasteful, contoured design help create what is arguably the finest interior in all of Compact sedan land. The rear seating area is another inside highlight, offering backseat drivers more legroom than some of the smaller mid-size sedans, along with similarly generous headroom. The theme continues all the way back into one of the category’s biggest trunks. The new Sentra is roomy enough, in fact, that it’s one of a handful of compact sedans classified as mid-size by the EPA. Exterior Styling Softly sculpted sheet metal, substantial proportions and shiny-object LED headlight accents and taillights all combine to give the 2013 Nissan Sentra class-above parking lot presence. All models feature a chrome-finish grille, chrome-finish door handles and body-color painted side mirrors, while up-level versions feature alloy wheels, fog lights and side-mirror-integrated turn signals. The sportier-looking but similarly tuned Sentra SR includes a rear spoiler, chrome exhaust tip finisher, unique 17-inch alloy wheels, and other sporty add-ons all around. Favorite Features NISSANCONNECTYou can send directions from your computer to your Sentra via Google. You can listen to Pandora Internet radio. You can have your text messages read to you, and send replies without taking your hands off the wheel. How great is the future? EASY FILL TIRE ALERTKeeping your tires inflated is key to maximizing fuel economy, and Nissan’s new system makes it really easy. Just start filling and the car will give a quick honk of the horn when the tire reaches the recommended pressure. Standard Features The base-model 2013 Nissan Sentra S has air conditioning, a 4-speaker AM/FM/CD/Aux audio system, electroluminescent gauges, basic cloth seats, a 4-way adjustable steering wheel, 16-inch covered steel wheels, and a modern complement of active and passive safety features including six airbags and electronic stability and traction controls. Factory Options In addition to a moonroof, leather seats (heated fronts), more stylish 17-inch wheels, dual-zone automatic climate control and automatic headlights, a fully optioned Sentra includes keyless entry and push-button start, a backup camera, Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity, USB/iPod integration, satellite radio, an 8-speaker Bose audio system and NissanConnect with Navigation featuring a 5.8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with all the Google, Pandora and texting goodness outlined above. Engine & Transmission The Sentra’s 1.8-liter 4-cylinder engine is among the least powerful in the segment, but we can attest that it moves at least two adults up to highway speeds just fine. With four adults, though, highway merging might require a bit more planning. The FE+ grades achieve one more highway mile per gallon with some aerodynamic adds and low-rolling-resistance tires, but it’s mostly a marketing ploy (40 mpg is much sexier than 39). 1.8-liter inline-4130 horsepower @ 6,000 rpm

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9215 Northlake W Dr, Charlotte, NC 28216, USA
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