Nissan Sentra

The Nissan Sentra made its premier nearly twenty years ago in as the Japan manufacturer's first sedan for the United States market. Today, the popular vehicle has just entered its sixth generation in the 2007 model year, and has managed to retain the high level of quality, reliability and value that consumers have come to expect from the Nissan label. It's sleek, stylish design offers something for everyone and fits into almost every budget. Although the first version of the Nissan Sentra to be offered is pale in comparison with today's model, the vehicle was available in six different trims in two or four door styles and a design considered trendy in its time. The second generation was introduced for the 1991 model year, with several enhancements and improvements made in virtually every model year of the generation. 1995 brought the beginning of a third generation Sentra, and in 2000, an all new fourth generation was revealed for the new millennium, with a greater level of power and a new, stylish design was revealed. In this generation, the four door styling is built with a five speed manual transmission, and a four speed automatic is available as an alternative. The wide array of impressive standard features in the GXE and SE trims include air conditioning, AM/FM stereo with compact disc, cruise control and tilt steering; the majority of these features are optional in the more basic XE trim. A sunroof is optional in all. A special edition trim was unveiled in the 2003 model year, and interior and exterior upgrades were made to the Sentra in each of the 2004, 2005 and 2006 model years. for the 2007 model year, it was given a stylish new look and a more spacious interior design, along with many new technologically advanced optional equipment, like the hands-free, Bluetooth phone system. It has received high safety ratings from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The Nissan Sentra is a great car for those looking for a sporty, fun sedan that offers dependability and excellent fuel economy, at an economical cost.