2015 Nissan Sentra S

2015 Nissan Sentra S

2015 nissan sentra Model Overview New for 2015A significant number of enhancements were added to the 2015 Nissan Sentra including standard heated leather seats and rear disc brakes for SL models, a new Driver Package for the SV and SR trims, and the Style Package for the SV grade. Smart auto headlights and a USB port are now standard on S, FE+ S, SV, and SR models. Streaming audio via Bluetooth, a rearview camera, and NissanConnectSM with Mobile Apps featuring a five-inch touchscreen are now standard on the SV, SR, and SL trims. SV and SR models now come with push button start and a sliding front armrest as standard. Four new exterior colors have been added: Titanium, Red Alert (SR only), Cayenne Red, and Fresh Powder. Vehicle SummaryThe 2015 Nissan Sentra is a front-drive compact sedan slotting below the midsize Altima and above the subcompact Versa. The car is powered by a 1.8-liter I-4 rated at 130 hp and 128 lb-ft of torque that’s paired to a six-speed manual or a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT). Fuel economy is competitive for the class at 27/36 mpg city/highway with the manual, 29/39 mpg with the CVT, and 30/40 mpg in the FE+S grade. OverviewPerformance isn’t one of the 2015 Nissan Sentra’s strong points because of its sloppy handling and weak engine. Acceleration is slow due to it having the least powerful engine in the compact car segment, making it hard to keep up with traffic especially when the car is in Eco mode. Ride quality, on the other hand, is good for a car its size, but larger bumps unsettle it. However, its handling is sloppy, with poor body motions while the steering doesn’t offer much feedback.Interior space is where the 2015 Sentra shines, with plenty of room for adult passengers especially in the massive rear seats. Cargo space is also generous with a 15.1 cubic-foot trunk that’s expandable with the 60/40 split-folding rear seats. Fit and finish is surprisingly good with high-quality materials used throughout the cabin. The infotainment system is intuitive and has controls that are logically laid out, making it easy to use and operate.The NHTSA gave the 2015 Sentra a five-star side crash and four-star rollover safety rating (out of a possible five stars). In IIHS evaluations, the car received a good score in four categories (good is the highest possible score). What We ThinkWhile it isn’t the most exciting vehicle in its class, the 2015 Nissan Sentra is a good choice for those who value space and fuel economy. In a 2013 First Test review, we said that the car’s interior is a “nice place to spend some time in” because of its cavernous and well-built interior. Additionally, its infotainment system is easy to use, making tasks such as entering navigation directions or pairing mobile phones via Bluetooth a breeze. The Sentra’s performance and handling, however, hold it back because its sloppy handling doesn’t inspire confidence. In a comparison test between five compact sedans, the Sentra’s poor driving dynamics landed it in last place because it outweighed the big back seat and the car’s low starting price of $17,305. Furthermore, the clean but inoffensive exterior and interior styling doesn’t stand out in its class.You’ll Like Great fuel economy Spacious and well-built interior User-friendly infotainment system You Won’t Like Sloppy handling Uninspiring driving dynamics Conservative styling inside and out Key Competitors Honda Civic Toyota Corolla Kia Forte Mazda3 Volkswagen Jetta Rating StarStarNo-StarNo-StarNo-Star Read more reviews and articles about this vehicle Show Full Review
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2015 Nissan Sentra S

New for 2015A significant number of enhancements were added to the 2015 Nissan Sentra including standard heated leather seats and rear disc brakes for SL models, a new Driver Package for the SV and SR trims, and the Style Package for the SV grade. Smart auto headlights and a USB port are now standard on S, FE+ S, SV, and SR models. Streaming audio via Bluetooth, a rearview camera, and NissanConnectSM with Mobile Apps featuring a five-inch touchscreen are now standard on the SV, SR, and SL trims. SV and SR models now come with push button start and a sliding front armrest as standard. Four new exterior colors have been added: Titanium, Red Alert (SR only), Cayenne Red, and Fresh Powder. Vehicle SummaryThe 2015 Nissan Sentra is a front-drive compact sedan slotting below the midsize Altima and above the subcompact Versa. The car is powered by a 1.8-liter I-4 rated at 130 hp and 128 lb-ft of torque that’s paired to a six-speed manual or a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT). Fuel economy is competitive for the class at 27/36 mpg city/highway with the manual, 29/39 mpg with the CVT, and 30/40 mpg in the FE+S grade. OverviewPerformance isn’t one of the 2015 Nissan Sentra’s strong points because of its sloppy handling and weak engine. Acceleration is slow due to it having the least powerful engine in the compact car segment, making it hard to keep up with traffic especially when the car is in Eco mode. Ride quality, on the other hand, is good for a car its size, but larger bumps unsettle it. However, its handling is sloppy, with poor body motions while the steering doesn’t offer much feedback.Interior space is where the 2015 Sentra shines, with plenty of room for adult passengers especially in the massive rear seats. Cargo space is also generous with a 15.1 cubic-foot trunk that’s expandable with the 60/40 split-folding rear seats. Fit and finish is surprisingly good with high-quality materials used throughout the cabin. The infotainment system is intuitive and has controls that are logically laid out, making it easy to use and operate.The NHTSA gave the 2015 Sentra a five-star side crash and four-star rollover safety rating (out of a possible five stars). In IIHS evaluations, the car received a good score in four categories (good is the highest possible score). What We ThinkWhile it isn’t the most exciting vehicle in its class, the 2015 Nissan Sentra is a good choice for those who value space and fuel economy. In a 2013 First Test review, we said that the car’s interior is a “nice place to spend some time in” because of its cavernous and well-built interior. Additionally, its infotainment system is easy to use, making tasks such as entering navigation directions or pairing mobile phones via Bluetooth a breeze. The Sentra’s performance and handling, however, hold it back because its sloppy handling doesn’t inspire confidence. In a comparison test between five compact sedans, the Sentra’s poor driving dynamics landed it in last place because it outweighed the big back seat and the car’s low starting price of $17,305. Furthermore, the clean but inoffensive exterior and interior styling doesn’t stand out in its class.You’ll Like Great fuel economy Spacious and well-built interior User-friendly infotainment system You Won’t Like Sloppy handling Uninspiring driving dynamics Conservative styling inside and out Key Competitors Honda Civic Toyota Corolla Kia Forte Mazda3 Volkswagen Jetta Rating StarStarNo-StarNo-StarNo-Star Read more reviews and articles about this vehicle Show Full Review
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2015 Nissan Sentra S

SafetyThe 2015 Nissan Sentra comes with anti-lock brakes that use front discs and rear drums. Rear drum brakes, which are cheaper and simpler than disc brakes, are a common feature on entry-level economy cars, but you’ll want discs if possible. To this end, note that the Sentra S and SV models come only with rear drums, while the SR and SL models feature discs all around.Every Sentra is outfitted with six airbags (front, front-side and full-length side curtain).The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gave the 2015 Nissan Sentra an overall score of four out of five stars, with four stars awarded in the front and rollover tests and five stars in the side-impact test. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety gave the Sentra a Good score in all but its small-overlap front-crash test, which earned the Sentra a Poor rating.Behind the WheelUnlike some rivals, the Sentra doesn’t aspire to be sporty or aggressive on the road. Even the smartly dressed SR is really the same agreeable Sentra underneath. This Nissan just provides comfortable basic transportation, highlighted by a relatively quiet, compliant ride. Handling is adequately composed in emergency maneuvers, but the Sentra is all about setting it and forgetting it. If you’re simply looking for an affordable sedan that’ll get you through the daily commute with minimal fuss, the 2015 Sentra hits most of the right notes.
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2015 Nissan Sentra S

2015 Nissan Sentra Details Interior High-quality materials, electroluminescent gauges and a tasteful, contoured design help create what is arguably the finest interior in all of Compactsedanland. The rear-seating area is another inside highlight of the 2015 Nissan Sentra, offering back-seat drivers more legroom than some of the smaller midsize sedans, along with similarly generous headroom. The theme continues all the way back into one of the category’s biggest trunks. The Nissan Sentra sedan is roomy enough, in fact, that it’s one of a handful of compact sedans classified as midsize by the EPA. Exterior Softly sculpted sheetmetal, substantial proportions and shiny-object LED headlight accents and taillights all combine to give Nissan’s 2015 Sentra sedan class-above parking-lot presence. All models feature a chrome-finish grille, chrome-finish door handles and body-color painted side mirrors, while up-level versions feature alloy wheels, fog lights and side-mirror-integrated turn signals. The sportier-looking but similarly tuned Sentra SR includes a rear spoiler, chrome exhaust-tip finisher, unique 17-inch alloy wheels and other sporty add-ons all around.

2015 Nissan Sentra S

2015 Nissan Sentra S
2015 Nissan Sentra S
2015 Nissan Sentra S

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