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More Nissan Sentra photos to go along with Michael's review.
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Tall with a big chrome grille.
Elegant lines at home downtown.
Front fender undulates into a strong character line.
Side view is the Sentra's best angle.
SL's 17-inch wheels and wavy character line reduce the visual bulk of the tall body side.
Protruding tail lamps add a muffin top effect to an overly rectangular rear.
Appearance of traditional luxury.
Nissan says the shape of the instrument panel was inspired by a bird's wing.
Classy, traditional gauges and logical controls.
Good materials, but the textures don't always match.
Nav screen very easy to read, and only adds $650 (with a rearview monitor).
Front seats are too flat and firm. Those in the larger Altima are far better.
Plenty of legroom in the back. The cushion is a little low, but this is common even in larger cars.
Among the most spacious trunks in the segment (the others are in the Cruze and Jetta).
Efficient and adequately powerful, but unpleasantly noisy.