2018 Nissan Sentra ratings and reviews

One of the largest compact sedans available, the 2018 Nissan Sentra is nearly as big as its midsize sibling, the Nissan Altima. It has seating for five and is only available as a four-door sedan. New standard features for 2018 include a rearview monitor and a 5-inch color screen. Automatic Emergency Braking is also standard on most models, except for the Sentra Nismo and models with a manual transmission. The base model is the Sentra S, which has a six-speed manual transmission as standard and three driving modes, Sport, Eco, and Normal. Air conditioning is also standard, as is keyless entry, power mirrors and windows. An automatic continuously variable transmission is standard on Sentra SV, SR, and SL trim levels. Engine choices include a 1.8-liter inline-4 cylinder with 130 horsepower and a 1.6-liter turbocharged inline-4 cylinder with 188 horsepower, which is available on SR Turbo models.

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