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While SUVs currently dominate the market, sedans continue to quietly and unobtrusively provide an appealing alternative. Not only are sedans more cost-effective, but they're also more fuel-efficient and often more fun to drive. The only drawback of buying a sedan is the lack of cargo space, but if you don't often fill your SUV to the brim, a sedan presents a great choice. 

With the Nissan Sentra's 2020 redesign, Nissan has refined what made the Sentra so popular in the first place. Not only does the new design look sleek and sexy, but the new Sentra also offers better ride comfort and more high-end safety features than its predecessor.

Super Sporty Models

In addition to family-friendly Sentra trim levels, Nissan offers two sporty options sure to get your blood racing. The first is the SR Turbo, which has a turbocharged engine putting out 188 HP and 177 lb/ft of torque, enough power to get from 0-60 in 7 seconds. The SR comes with plenty of sporty add-ons, including Active Understeer Control, more precise handling, and a harder suspension to make the most of its engine.

If that's not enough for you, you should take a look at the Nismo. It comes with the same turbocharged engine at the SR Turbo but includes several additional high-end features, including:

  • 18" allow wheels
  • A signature body kit with red stripes to make it go faster
  • Chrome exhaust finish
  • Lowered suspension

If you want to turn heads, the Nissan Sentra lineup has a few cars just for you.

High-End Safety Features Are Standard

Even if you aren't a speed freak, you'll appreciate the fact that the Sentra comes with advanced safety features and driver aids as standard. These include forward and rear collision warnings, automatic emergency braking, lane-change warnings, blind spot warnings, high beam assist, and rear-cross traffic alerts. These safety features are all part of Nissan's Safety Shield 360 that comes standard on all Sentra trims. 

These safety features carry over into the design of the car. The Sentra has earned a five-star rating from the National Highway and Traffic Safety Authority, the highest possible rating. The IIHS was also impressed by the Nissan's safety features, rating it “Good” in most categories.

Spacious Yet Compact

While the Nissan Sentra may look small from the outside, it offers plenty of space on the inside. The driver's seat is roomy, and the car can comfortably accommodate up to five people. There are also plenty of storage spaces, such as cup holders, smartphone cubbies, and a bin under the armrest. 

The Nissan's compact size makes it a pleasure to drive in the city, where parking is a premium. It's small and agile enough to feel exciting while driving in the city while still offering plenty of comfort and utility.

Conclusion

The Nissan Sentra is a car with a long-standing tradition of offering excellent value for money, and the 2020 model is no different. If you're looking for a comfortable sedan with tons of safety features, then look no further than the Nissan Sentra. Why not book your test drive with us today at Graff Nissan of Okemos?

 
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