The compact Nissan Sentra proves that good things can come in small packages with its feature-filled and comfortable interior, range of trims and options, and fuel efficiency. The Sentra has a lower starting price than most other models in its class. Even as a compact sedan, the Nissan Sentra is able to provide midsize space, including 39.4 inches of front headroom and 42.5 inches of legroom, more than the average vehicle in its class. In addition to its spaciousness, the Sentra is packed with technology you would typically only get on higher-priced models. Even those who don’t know all the amazing features of the Sentra will find themselves subconsciously admiring your vehicle thanks to its aerodynamic exterior and aggressive grille. Come into Lee Nissan to view our inventory of new and used Nissan Sentras and get the chance to take one on a test drive!
While the information on the 2023 Nissan Sentra is sparse, we expect it to continue to be a reliable and pleasant compact sedan with room for five passengers that won’t break the bank and get excellent gas mileage. Since the current Sentra generation only began in 2020, any changes made for the 2023 model year will likely be focused on the vehicle’s aesthetics or optional features. However, more advanced safety and technology features have become standard on all trim levels of the latest generation of Nissan’s compact sedan. This trend should continue in 2023. A new independent rear suspension could also be part of the update. A high-performance Sentra with a 1.6-liter turbo four-cylinder engine is also possible.
The Sentra began as the Sunny in Japan during the mid-1960s. It eventually reached the United States as a 1983 model, where it was among the first front-wheel-drive vehicles available in its class. It was originally offered as a four-door sedan, four-door wagon, two-door hatchback, or two-door coupe.
By 1998, the Sentra had gone through numerous generations and was updated again with new fascias and updated exterior styling. For 2000, it was completely redesigned to enhance smoothness, fuel economy, and power. The 2007 Nissan Sentra was the next big redesign for this sedan, with a more spacious interior, more features and options, and a better engine in this sixth-generation model. For 2009, Nissan added automated door locks, new cloth upholstery, MP3 integration, and an updated trunk lid. GPS became optional in 2010. 2011 saw updated antilock brakes, stability control, and enhanced fuel economy. The 2013 Sentra was once again completely new, with additional interior room, new technology, and improved efficiency. In 2014, the Sentra got smartphone integration, reduced noise, and more.
The Nissan Sentra is a family sedan that is loaded with tons of safety and technology features. If you are in the market, you should be shopping as many different models as you can. For a wide selection, visit Lee Nissan in Fort Walton Beach, Florida near Destin. While here, our professionals can introduce you to different models and trims and answer questions about their features. Stop in, and we’ll help you get started with a test drive in your favorite model.