The Nissan Sentra is an extremely popular sedan that offers terrific styling and top-notch efficiency with each available variant. And one of the more sought-after variants is the performance-driven Sentra NISMO. But what are the differences between the standard Sentra and the NISMO? Check out our 2018 Nissan Sentra vs 2018 Nissan Sentra NISMO.Read the rest of this entry >>
When looking for your next sedan, it’s always a good idea to size up the competition. The 2017 Nissan Sentra in Humble often goes head-to-head with the Toyota Corolla, but when compared, the Sentra comes out on top. With a superior safety rating, a more powerful engine, and heightened fuel efficiency, it’s easy to choose the 2017 Nissan Sentra.
Safety that Surpasses Others
In almost every category, the 2017 Nissan Sentra in Humble is a safer vehicle than the Corolla. From blind spot assist to rearview cross-path detection to outstanding impact test results from all sides, the Nissan Sentra, available at your Nissan dealership in Humble, is an easy choice.
Proof is in the Power
The Nissan Sentra is able to go from zero to sixty in just under 10 seconds, while its 1.8 4-cylinder engine gets better gas mileage. That means fewer trips to the pump and less money spent on fuel. There’s also more room for passengers and cargo in the 2017 Nissan Sentra in Humble than the Corolla. Additionally, the Nissan Sentra has dual zone air conditioning and automatic headlight on/off capability to make lowlight driving easier. At your Humble Nissan dealer, Robbins Nissan, all of the 2017 Nissan Sentra’s features are on display. We encourage you to stop by today for a test drive.
If you’re in the market for a new car that offers style, efficiency and comfort, now is the perfect time to look at the Nissan Sentra. If you’re looking for a Nissan Sentra in Humble, go directly to Robbins Nissan, the premier Houston-area Nissan dealer. Don’t just take our word for it, though. For instance, if you do a side-by-side comparison of the Sentra and the Honda Civic, a vehicle often mentioned as its competitor, you’ll see how choosing this Nissan Sentra is a no-brainer. Read on for some indisputable facts.
Nissan Sentra s. Honda Civic Features and Facts
As you shop for a Nissan Sentra in Humble, you’ll become aware of the differences between these two vehicles. They are almost exactly the same size inside and out, sport the same-sized engine, get virtually the same gas mileage and have matching safety features. Yet the manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) of the Sentra starts at $16,990, while the comparable Civic rings in at a whopping $21,140. * If that isn’t enough to convince you, consider that the Sentra comes with standard features the Civic does not have, including a CD player, overhead console storage, trip computer, engine temperature gauge, MP3, and auxiliary audio input. In addition, the Sentra even boasts slightly more front legroom and front headroom, as well as a larger fuel tank than its Honda counterpart. So if you are searching for a Nissan Sentra in Humble, visit Robbins, your Humble Nissan dealer, in person or check out all the deals today online.
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Looking for a new car that’s sure to turn heads? Robbins Nissan has just what you want with the 2017 Nissan Sentra. Other sedans like the 2017 Toyota Corolla try and outshine the Sentra but can’t measure up to its adanced safety features and features. See how the Nissan Sentra in Humble comes out with the win.
2017 Nissan Sentra in Humble
2017 Toyota Corolla in Humble
Blind Spot warning system alerts driver when objects appear in blind spot
Does not offer a system that reeals objects in drivers blind spot
Sentra CVT 1.8 4 cylinder gets 29 city and 37 highway MPG*
Corolla CVT with standard 4 cylinder gets 28 city and 36 highway MPG*
Sentra stops from 60-0 MPH in only 129 feet
The Corolla takes 138 feet to stop from 60-0 MPH
The Sentra has vehicle speed sensitie ariable-assist power stevering, for low-effort parking, better control at highway speeds and during hard cornering, and a better feel of the road.
The Corolla doesn’t offer ariable-assist power stevering.
The Sentra has a larger trunk capacity than the Corolla offering 15.1 cubic feet
The Corolla only offers drivers and passengers 13 cubic feet trunk capacity
The Sentra’s ariable intermittent wipers have an adjustable delay to allow the driver to choose a setting that best clears the windshield during light rain or mist
The Corolla L’s standard fixed intermittent wipers only have one fixed delay setting, so the driver will have to manually switch them between slow and intermittent.
Standard automatic on/off feature so that when ignition is on headlights turn on at dusk and off after dawn
The Corolla does not offer automatic headlights
The Sentra SL’s standard dual zone air conditioning allows the driver and front passenger to choose two completely different temperatures so people with different temperature preferences won’t have to compromise.
The Corolla doesn’t offer dual zone air conditioning.
Does the 2017 Nissan Sentra features hit everything on your wish list? If so, stop by Robbins Nissan today to see all these features in action and experience a test drive around Humble and greater Houston area. Our helpful sales associates are standing by to answer all questions and to help find the perfect Nissan Sentra in Humble for you! *Based on 2017 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will ary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driing conditions and other factors.
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?Read the rest of this entry >>
Today is a terrific day at Robbins Nissan, and although we enjoy keeping surprises to ourseles, this is the sort of news that is too great to keep from sharing. Here goes: the Nissan Sentra has borrowed a page from the Nissan Juke’s playbook, and has dropped a turbocharged engine under the hood. The result is the 2017 Nissan Sentra SR Turbo, which represents an all-new direction for our popular compact sedan. We’re certainly excited, and we think that you should be too.Read the rest of this entry >>
For years, we’e had nothing but good things to say about the Nissan Sentra. It’s refreshingly accommodating, offers exceptional style, and has never fudged on efficiency. But you know how people will sometimes say that you never know what you’re missing until you find it? That’s the feeling surging through Robbins Nissan right now, as we get our first glimpse of the 2017 Nissan Sentra NISMO. Let’s explore it together. Read the rest of this entry >>
When new editions of our vehicles arrie at Robbins Nissan, we’ll frequently find that information regarding these models can be tricky to come by. Some of the most-asked questions have recently surrounded the popular SR trim levels, currently available on the Maxima and Sentra, and expected to be joined by the Altima next year. So, what should you know about the current Nissan SR Editions?Read the rest of this entry >>
Just in time for its expected release at Robbins Nissan, we’e received the pricing information for the 2015 Nissan Sentra, our extremely popular compact sedan. The sedan receives a number of exciting updates for the new model year that help to blur the line between its economical ancestors and its more refined current models, giing Houston-area drivers an option that is both fully functional and fun to drive. Let’s get a look at those figures, shall we? Read the rest of this entry >>
Driers looking for compact sedans undeniably have more options than ever before. Vehicles once known for fuel efficiency and little else have become increasingly refined, and buyers have been rewarded with vehicles that take the best of the former models–gas mileage, dependability, simplicity–while upgrading all the areas where they were lacking. Two models have climbed through the morass to legitimately stake claim to “best-in-class” status, and comparison shoppers have certainly noticed. At Robbins Nissan near Houston, we’e noticed as well, so why not have a good ol’ head-to-head? Let’s pit the 2014 Nissan Sentra s. the 2014 Ford Focus, one of the Sentra’s nearest competitors. (For the purposes of this comparison, we’ll be comparing the Sentra SV with the similarly equipped and similarly priced Ford Focus SE.) Read the rest of this entry >>