2019 Nissan Sentra | Hudson Nissan of North Charleston


The Nissan Sentra was initially classified as a subcompact car when the automobile giant began manufacturing it in 1982. However, since the major remodel in 2000, the Sentra has been reclassified as a compact car. The Sentra was introduced in the United States the same year that it was put in production as a  replacement for the Datsun 210. In 2019, the Nissan Sentra has evolved technologically to include Intelligent Cruise Control, Blind Spot Warning,  Automatic Emergency Braking and Rear Cross Traffic Alert, which have dramatically improved the car's driving experience and safety.

Improvements in the new Nissan Sentra


Designed to be slightly heavier, the new Nissan Sentra continues to flaunt its blunt, aggressive appearance and legendary seating and cargo room. Retaining its laudable performance with a 1.8-liter engine and 124-horsepower, the 2019 Nissan Sentra has a base trim offering a choice between manual and Xtronic CVT® transmission. The compact car's high-end trims, Nissan Sentra SR Turbo and the Nissan Sentra Nismo, offer a 1.6-liter turbocharged engine with 188 horsepower. Each trim version of the 2019 Nissan Sentra offers Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, except the entry-level Sentra S, which gives them as an option. Sentra S

Best features of New Nissan Sentra


While most of Nissan Sentra trim models offer excellent performance, the Sentra SR Turbo is worth considering if you appreciate a good adrenaline rush. This version’s turbo-boosted engine is tuned to produce a competitive 188 horsepower and 177 lb-ft of torque. This alongside the trim's Active Understeer Control and suspension built for performance keep the Sentra effortlessly in control on twisty and challenging routes. Apart from commendable performance, the Nissan Sentra also offers comfort with its spacious seating and cargo and an easy-to-use infotainment system. Finally, the new Sentra is equipped with a Bose Sound System and standard safety systems.

Why the New Nissan Sentra is worth every penny


With super competitive pricing as a compact car, the new Nissan Sentra is most certainly worth the comfort, performance, and fuel economy that it offers. Models of this car that are produced with an automatic CVT return a decent 29 mpg on city roads and as much as 37 mpg on the open highway. Featuring affordable high-end trims that have reported great performance, the compact car also comes equipped with reliable safety systems and enjoyable tech installations in most versions. What's more, is that you can find a conveniently located Nissan dealer in North Charleston to make the purchase and maintenance a simple affair.