09 Nissan Sentra

09 Nissan Sentra

Most reviewers agreed that the 2009 Nissan Sentra has a comfortable, well-made interior. The base model has more standard features than a lot of competitors, including air conditioning, power windows and door locks and a four-speaker stereo with auxiliary input. The base model lacks anti-lock brakes. That’s not uncommon for the class, but you can’t get electronic stability control or traction control on any model, which is rare, even for a 2009 small car. The Sentra’s crash test scores, however, are good. The Sentra has a standard 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that averages up to 25/33 mpg city/highway. Reviewers said the Sentra’s continuously variable transmission (CVT) is smooth, but the overall driving experience is boring. The Sentra’s SE-R Spec V model has a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine that reviewers said is significantly stronger than the base engine. Though reviewers didn’t have much to complain about with the Sentra, competitors easily overshadow it with more engaging performance and more available safety features. See the full 2009 Nissan Sentra specs » Other Cars to Consider The 2009 Hyundai Elantra ranks near the top of the class with plenty of passenger and cargo space, and has good safety scores. The Elantra’s performance isn’t inspiring, but it is well-suited for commuting. While the Elantra doesn’t have as many standard interior features as the Sentra, it can come comparably equipped. Some Elantras may also be outfitted with electronic stability control and traction control, which the Sentra doesn’t offer at all. The 2009 Toyota Corolla is another practical commuter car with good fuel economy and interior space. The Corolla’s list of standard features is basic, but comparable with the Sentra’s. It also has standard anti-lock brakes, which the Sentra doesn’t have, and as well as available electronic stability control and traction control. Compare the Sentra to the Elantra and Corolla »
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09 Nissan Sentra

consumers review the Sentra Read what real owners think about the Used 2009 Nissan Sentra 4.4 Overall Consumer Review Rating Read 19 Reviews 5 4 3 2 1 Read 19 Reviews Write a review Not as expected leonardosd written on 06-09-2013 Purchased the car new in march 2009, in Mexico. Not as easy buying a new car here. Inmediately had problems with the breaks, always made a lot of noise. Dealer couldn’t fix it, arguing they were eco-friendly. Besides that, tyres got worn on outside edge in 1 year. Again, dealer said it was normal. Had transmission problems just after the third year, when the warranty passed. Luckily, I had the extendend warranty, and they covered everything. After that, the engine started making weird noises, and dealer said I needed a new one. Apparentely, a cilinder got deformed. (Seriously). When this happened, I was through with it. Previously had a 99′ Altima, never complained with it. Report Abuse Read All Reviews Great car / Great value jeff written on 10-07-2009 Cash for clunkers deal I was due a better vehicle. First new car I have ever bought. I looked at everything small to mid sized out there and I mean everything. I was looking for better mileage. Averaging 30 currently. Most cars were uncomfortable, over priced, cheap quality or no room. I am 6’2″ tall and my head hit the roof in half and my legs would have to be held up off of the seat to keep from smashing the gas pedal to the floor in the rest. Not in the Senta. Plenty of leg room, a whole hands with above my head. For you taller people, this one is it. It is very deceiving from the outside. Roomy, comfortable, solid car. Can’t say enough good about it. Report Abuse Read All Reviews Best little car I’ve ever owned Mac88 written on 09-29-2009 Bought this car with the idea to save money in the future to counter possible rising gas prices, and I was surprised at the design and overall quality. The CVT tranny is a little weird at first, but it’s a great performer. Some may say it’s boring, but if you just want to drive and not worry about shifting or rpm’s then this is the one. Torque right off the bat is good, you can feel it in the seats, once car is at the speed you want, rpm goes down low, and it’s quiet, surprisingly quiet on the freeway for a small car. Small on the outside, roomy on the inside. Big trunk, good styling, and fairly wide. It’s comfortable enough for my commute, AC kicks butt, a real quality motor, quiet at idle. Report Abuse Read All Reviews 2009 Sentra S A.S. written on 04-07-2009 This is a good car and there are good cash back recession incentives. But here is why I think consumer reports lists owners to be less than satisfied. When switching vent from defrost to vent or floor, the A/C automatically activates. This cannot be deprogramed to function like a normal car. Routinely end up driving with A/C on in the winter. I’ll adapt, but it’s frustrating. Back seat seat belt connector very rigid, difficult for kids to buckle w/ booster seat. Not great maneuverability in parking lots. Fuel mileage in city is much less than estimated – highway is good. Report Abuse Read All Reviews Excellent Sentra Joe R written on 08-26-2010 Had a lot of cars over the years but this has to be one of the best. For a small car, it rides great! Report Abuse Read All Reviews consumers review the Sentra Read what real owners think about the Used 2009 Nissan Sentra 4.4 Overall Consumer Review Rating Read 19 Reviews 5 4 3 2 1 Read 19 Reviews Write a review Home Nissan Sentra Used 2009 Nissan Sentra Used 2009 Nissan Sentra Consumer Reviews
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09 Nissan Sentra

2009 Nissan Sentra Values For 2009, the Nissan Sentra four-door sedan gets a redesigned trunk lid, upgraded seat materials and new power speed-sensing door locks. The front-wheel-drive base trims are powered by a 2.0L inline 4-cylinder engine producing 140 hp and 147 lb-ft of torque, while the SE-R has a 2.5L I4 that cranks out 177 hp and the SE-R Spec V has a modified version of the 2.5L engine that boasts 200 hp. Choice of a six-speed manual transmission or a Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) is available, except for the Nissan Sentra SE-R Spec V for which manual is mandatory. A fuel efficient performer, EPA estimates for the manual transmission rate 24 mpg city/31 mpg hwy, while the CVT gets 25/33 mpg. Among the Sentra’s formidable safety features are Nissan’s Advanced Air Bag System featuring dual-stage front air bags with seat belt and occupant-classification sensors, driver and front-passenger seat-mounted side-impact supplemental air bags, driver and front-passenger seat-mounted side-impact supplemental air bags and roof-mounted curtain side-impact supplemental air bags for front and rear-seat outboard occupant head protection. Read more Read less
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09 Nissan Sentra

2009 Nissan Sentra Details Interior Designed for U.S. buyers, the 2009 Nissan Sentra’s nicely finished and well-appointed cabin comes in either beige, charcoal or saddle tones with aluminum-look or faux-wood accents. Large doors simplify entry and exit for all seats, and the Sentra offers more space for both people and their carry-ons than most of its competitors – including a laptop-sized locking glovebox and a 13.1 cubic-foot trunk. Control layouts are good and main gauges easy to read, but the charcoal-and-orange LCD displays for the fuel and temperature indicators and audio and air conditioning readouts suffer legibility problems. Well-contoured front seats are matched with a 60/40 split-folding rear bench that’s fit for two average-size adults or three medium-size kids. Exterior Sharing the edgy design flair that characterizes all current Nissan products, the Sentra’s literally high-profile bodywork features a sloping nose and short decklid separated by a tallish roofline and large glass area that ensures good outward visibility. A relatively long 105.7-inch wheelbase results in fairly short front and rear overhangs while prominent shoulder lines transition into softer front and rear contours set off by large, wraparound head and tail lamps. Inside pronounced fender flares, the 2.0 has 205/60 tires on 15-inch steel rims while the 2.0 S and 2.0 SL move up to 205/55 tires on larger 16-inch wheels, steel on the former and alloy on the top-line offering.
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09 Nissan Sentra

For 2009, the Nissan Sentra four-door sedan gets a redesigned trunk lid, upgraded seat materials and new power speed-sensing door locks. The front-wheel-drive base trims are powered by a 2.0L inline 4-cylinder engine producing 140 hp and 147 lb-ft of torque, while the SE-R has a 2.5L I4 that cranks out 177 hp and the SE-R Spec V has a modified version of the 2.5L engine that boasts 200 hp. Choice of a six-speed manual transmission or a Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) is available, except for the Nissan Sentra SE-R Spec V for which manual is mandatory. A fuel efficient performer, EPA estimates for the manual transmission rate 24 mpg city/31 mpg hwy, while the CVT gets 25/33 mpg. Among the Sentra’s formidable safety features are Nissan’s Advanced Air Bag System featuring dual-stage front air bags with seat belt and occupant-classification sensors, driver and front-passenger seat-mounted side-impact supplemental air bags, driver and front-passenger seat-mounted side-impact supplemental air bags and roof-mounted curtain side-impact supplemental air bags for front and rear-seat outboard occupant head protection.

09 Nissan Sentra

09 Nissan Sentra
09 Nissan Sentra

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