Latest Nissan Sentra 2013

If you want to totally surprise a loved one, a shocking gift for women can be buying them a car! Choose a special occasion, such as Mother’s Day, and a great brand of automobiles. Nissan has already got us accustomed with high-quality, if not high performing vehicles each year, and this year doesn’t seem to be an exception. One particular attraction from Nissan in 2013 will be a revisiting of one of its older concepts, the Sentra. Our review of the latest Sentra is based on accurate information about the cars specifications and accomplishments.

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The new Nissan Sentra 2013 features slight exterior transformations compared to last years’ version, such as the fact that its wheelbase has been increased with 0.6 inches and its overall length has been increased by 2.3 inches. This means that the driver will have a much more pleasant experience, thanks to the increased legroom and the comfortable, cushy seats. What’s great about this sporty car is that they also managed to reduce its weight with an impressive 150 pounds, which makes it even easier to handle in tricky situation or short corners.

What we and any mother on the globe will really enjoy about this shocking gift for women is the fact that the Nissan Sentra 2013 has a change of interior, which looks much slicker and cooler now. The designer team avoided any straight lines for the dashboard, making it symmetrical and user-friendly though. All the controls are within easy reach and are truly oriented to help the driver. There have been some changes under the hood as well, so future buyers of the Nissan Sentra 2013 may be interested to find out that all three versions of the Sentra that will be available – the S, FE+S and SV –, are fitted with 1.8 liter four-cylinder engines. All three will also feature the same 130 horsepower but only the S, which is also the cheapest variant at approximately $15, 990 USD, is fitted with manual transmission, whereas the others have Standard Xtronic CVT® Transmission.

Other options that the Nissan Sentra will feature, depending on the model, are powered windows, door locks, air conditioning, rear spoiler, underbody aerodynamics, resistance tires and Audio and Cruise Controls mounted on the steering-wheel. All three models of the Nissan Sentra 2013 are also fitted with LED headlights and, if testing was accurate, they can reach 60mph in less than 9.2 seconds, which is more than you can ask from an all-purpose car like this, which also offers you a sporty, exciting experience behind the wheel.