More practicality from the new 2010 Sentra SE-R

The Sentra comes only as a Sedan and comes with 6 different variants. The entry level model is the 2.0 liter one while the top of the range one would be the SE-R Spec V version that comes with a 200 horsepower engine. One variant below the Spec V is the SE-R which is already pretty much impressive in its own accord already. Under the hood of the SE-R is the 2.5 liter, 4 cylinder engine mated with Nissan’s own Xtronic CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission). This is where you get a 177 horsepower machine which gets you from zero to hundred in about 8 seconds but considering that this is not really a ‘fast’ car, that would be impressive enough.

It comes with a sport-tuned suspension resulting in the car handling pretty well what more the 17 inch wheels matched up with the Continental ContiProContact P225/45VR17 tyres, it pretty much keeps you stuck to the ground when taking bends.

Inside the car, you will get the very nice 4.3 inches color display for entertainment where you can connect your USB drives and such. The touch sensitive screen allows you to control most of the MP3 and CD functions as well as letting you connect to the iPod and also to connect to Bluetooth devices. Apart from that, you also get bucket seats in front but that would be as far as it goes in terms of aesthetics most probably because the Sentra was never too much about design and such. In fact, Sentras have always been very much about function and this is where you will notice that the buttons, knobs and such are very well and ergonomically placed to give you the optimal experience when driving.

Essentially, just like the pervious Sentras, you will find that this new version surely looks better with nicer curves and design but ultimately, you will like its functions as well as the practicality of this value for money car.

 

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