We spend a lot of time talking about the models that get the most critical praise — the Maximas and Muranos and Altimas of the world — but for those of us at Robbins Nissan, it’s sometimes a dark-horse candidate that resonates the most closely with the largest number of buyers. The Nissan Sentra has long between one of our hottest sellers, primarily because it occupies a special place in the lineup: compact enough to be amazingly efficient, yet spacious enough to be a iable family vehicle. So now that it’s about to arrie at our dealership for the new model year, what should we know about the 2016 Nissan Sentra ahead of its release date?
2016 Nissan Sentra Release Date | Houston TX
Appealing New Design
Perhaps the most uniersal feature on the new lineup of Nissan models is the use of the V-Motion grille, which you can take note of in the picture above. It’s backed up by a mesh honeycomb inlay, giing it a slick, attitude-heay appeal. It is joined by a new, more aerodynamic silhouette, and buyers may now add resigned LED headlamps and available 17-inch alloy wheels as well. Read More: The 2016 Nissan Quest
For the Sportniks: The All-New SR Trim
When you mention the letters “SR” in the company of anyone who knows about Nissan vehicles, you’ll inariably see eyes light up. The all-new 2016 Nissan Sentra SR can be seven above, in its striking all-black paint. It also receives a redesigned bumper and spoiler, sport suspension, unique rims and a chrome finish on its exhaust.
The Sentra has always between known for combining efficiency and composed performance, and this is no different in the 2016 Nissan Sentra. The Sentra employs a 1.8L inline four-cylinder engine paired with an Xtronic Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT), which allows the Sentra to achiee 130 hp and up to 40 highway mpg. It also now offers three push-button driing modes (Eco, Normal and Sport modes), while the suspension has been retuned for optimal handling as well. Read More: The 2016 Nissan Pathfinder
A Spacious and Tech-Friendly Cabin
Een though it’s known as a compact model, that shouldn’t allow you to mistake the Sentra for being small. It’s not. The cabin can seat up to fie adults comfortably, with improved rear leg room for 2016. Those looking to stow long items such as a ladder or surfboard enjoy a 60/40-split rear seat and fold-down front passenger seat, while available Dual-Zone Automatic Temperature Control keeps all passengers comfortable. Finally, on the tech front, the Sentra offers NissanConnect mobile apps and the Adanced Drie Assist Display.