Product Features: Engine Size: 1.6L - 4 Cylinders; Model: Sentra; Seating Capacity: 5 Seats; Year: ; Fuel Type: Gasoline; Class: Sedan;... Read More
Product Features: Engine Size: 1.6L - 4 Cylinders; Model: Sentra; Seating Capacity: 5 Seats; Year: ; Fuel Type: Gasoline; Class: Sedan; Current Retail Price: $894 - $1,631; Current Wholesale Price: $156 - $340 (Update Date: 1/1/06); Original List Price: $7,399 - $12,299; Available Models: 2 Dr Sedan, SE 2 Dr Coupe, XE 2 Dr Coupe, XE 2 Dr Sedan, XE 4 Dr Sedan, XE 4 Dr Wagon Minimize
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Product Review Summary
11 Reviews from Epinions.com
Feb 28, 2007
UPDATED: 20 plus years of reliable travel!
Pros: durable, comfort, peppy, reliable, economical, BEST!
Cons: eventual age wear but slight. minimal room for large/tall
Feb 4, 2000
1990 Sentra - A dream car - back then!!
Pros: Great Gas Mileage, Small, Easy to Drive
Cons: Looks out dated, quite boxy Read More at Epinions.com
Dec 21, 2005
Great Beginner's Nissan!
Pros: fast pickup, comfortable seats, reliable ride.
Cons: Small not much leg room Read More at Epinions.com
Oct 13, 2003
Pros: Outstanding reliability, Good fuel economy, great engine
Cons: None Read More at Epinions.com
Jun 17, 2005
RELIABLE---- and Affordable
Pros: RELIABLE,COMFORTABLE,Great Head and Leg room, Stylish. GOOD PRICE ON INSURANCE for this CAR
Cons: REPLACEMANT PARTS ARE PRICEY Good Insurance Rate Read More at Epinions.com
May 29, 2000
Early 90's Sentra - Good Beginner's Car
Pros: Good price, work-horse, peppy
Cons: Older model, rust beginning Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 28, 2000
What a WorkHorse-Great Commuting Car
Pros: Good gas mileage, no major repairs
Cons: none for us! Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 28, 2000
Nissan Sentra: A Great all around car
Pros: Comfortable, nimble, good gas mileage
Cons: Small back seats, odd sized stereo makes for difficult replacement Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 13, 2000
Love this car!
Pros: very reliable, compact, rubber bumpers
Cons: two door, air conditioning Read More at Epinions.com