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The Nissan Sentra was introduced as a FWD subcompact car in 1982 as the replacement for the venerable Datsun 210. It is still in production today. Offered in 5 different body styles, the Sentra was built for economy. In fact, the first generation Sentra had the highest EPA rated gas mileage for any gas powered car in the industry: 43 mpg city and 58 mpg highway. Powered by a 1.5L 4 cylinder motor and the choice of a 5 speed manual or 3 speed automatic, the Sentra was not a big time accelerating car, but with rack and pinion steering and 4 wheel independent suspension it did have nimble handling. It was also well equipped given its low price.
A popular performance version, called the Sentra SE-R, was introduced in 1991 much to the delight of enthusiasts. The Sentra has gone through several generations, each one gradually increasing in size until 2000 when it was re-introduced as a compact car. An even more upgraded tuned version of the SE-R called the SE-R Spec-V was unveiled in 2004. By 2007, the Sentra had grown even more to become classified a midsized car. Unfortunately Nissan dropped the SE-R and Spec V with the current generation, which began in 2013. The newest Sentra is the roomiest and most sophisticated Sentra date, having been completely redesigned. It now resembles a smaller version of the hugely popular Altima.
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1998 (GA engine)
1998 (SR engine)
1999 (GA engine)
1999 (SR engine)
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