2013 Nissan Sentra

New 2013 Nissan Sentra steps up in terms of mileage, comfort, and looks

The all-new 2013 Nissan Sentra is no longer the baby in the family and it shows.

The new 2013 Nissan Sentra is no longer an entry level car. There was a time when the Nissan Sentra was the smallest vehicle for sale in the US by Nissan. With the two offerings called Versa and the Nissan Cube, the Sentra is now free to move a little up-market. Just as the Altima was for many years just a little short for the court, the Sentra is now out of its former category and knocking on the door to a bigger gymnasium ready to play ball with the bigger kids.

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I think you got something wrong here in your article. "According to the US department of energy the 2001 Altima had a fuel economy rating of 20 city and 28 highway, 23 mpg combined. This new Sentra is able to get 34 mpg combined" Is it a Sentra or Altima??? The entire article is about the Sentra.
Read the prior sentence and it makes sense. I compare the previous generation Altima to this new larger Sentra. The point is that the new Sentra is the same size and is superior in every way, particularly fuel economy. Thanks for reading though :)
It's about time Nissan did something about the Sentra. It was so boring, at least for my tastes... or lack thereof. But I'm waiting for a twin-turbo charged V8 with a plug-in hybrid platform underneath... and batmobile wings, but I won't hold it against them if they don't.

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