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Kinda looks like an echo to me....



2007 Nissan Sentra
Key Dimensions and Specifications

Engine 2.0-liter DOHC inline 4-cylinder
135 horsepower (estimated)
140-plus lb-ft torque (estimated)
Transmission Standard 6-speed manual
Available Nissan Xtronic CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission)
Platform Nissan “C” platform
Drive Configuration Front engine/front-wheel drive
Suspension Independent front strut with coil springs, stabilizer bar
Torsion beam rear suspension with integralstabilizer bar
Steering Electric power steering (EPS)
Brakes Power-assisted front vented disc/rear drum with available Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) with Electronic Brake force Distribution (EBD)
Wheels/Tires Standard 15-inch wheels and 205/60HR15 tires (16-inch wheels on 2.0 S models), available 16-inch aluminum-alloy wheels
Wheelbase 105.7 inches/2,685 mm
Length 179.8 inches/4,567 mm
Width 70.5 inches/1,790 mm
Height 59.5 inches/1,512 mm
Select Exterior Features Dynamic styling incorporating Nissan design language, including Nissan signature grille and headlights, crisp character lines and high rear deck
Seating Capacity 5 passengers
Front Head Room 40.6 inches/1,031 mm
Front Leg Room 42.4 inches/1,078 mm
Rear Head Room 37.3 inches/947 mm
Rear Leg Room 34.5 inches/876 mm
Interior Volume 97.7 cubic feet
Cargo Volume 13.1 cubic feet
Select Interior Features Spacious, refined cabin, driver-oriented instrument panel with large gauges, steering wheel-mounted controls, instrument panel mounted shifter, large center console with flexible storage, 60/40 split double-fold rear seat with large trunk pass-through opening and innovative trunk divider with hidden storage compartment, integrated overhead compact disc holder, oversized glove compartment with lock, rear armrest with cupholders, configurable front cupholders, available leather-appointed seating with a choice of three leather colors
Safety Standard Advanced Air Bag System (AABS) featuring dual-stage front supplemental air bags with Occupant Classification System for the front seat passenger, front seat side-impact supplemental air bags for chest protection, roof-mounted curtain side-impact air bags for front and rear outboard occupant head protection, front seat Active Head Restraints and Tire Pressure Monitor System (TPMS)
Security Standard engine immobilizer vehicle anti-theft system
Fuel Economy (combined) 29 mpg City (estimated), 36 mpg Highway (estimated) with CVT transmission
 

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TN の がしょう
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Looks like a shrunked down version of the Maxima front with a fuse between a Ford Fusion and the Prius Taillights.
 

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as the proud owner of a 91 SE-R (and having owned 3 previously), I feel nissan has finally ruined the sentra for good. The current gen maxima is weaker than the previous one and the trend continues for the sentra.

I appreciate the 6 speed manual as standard, but that thing is FUGLY!
 

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As a guy who will die if Toyota name disappears from this planet, I think it is not bad looking. I think it is simple yet stylish. May be too much of Maxima that they should NOT have done. The dash board is very nice.................... just my opinion.......
I will never own one ofcourse.

Although if I am banned to drive a Corolla and then Civic... my only option would be the Sentra..........

NOT COBALT !!!!!!!
 

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Damn that's ugly. I ain't liking it at all.
 

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ugly. resembles an old echo, and the wheels are way to small.
 

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ick... i don't like it either... the front reminds me of a Caddy CTS.. and the tails? bleh. they ruined the sentra (not like i was crazy about it to begin with, but this one's pretty bad)
 

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I saw shades of the Saturn Ion/Chevy Cobalt in the rear 3/4 view myself...

But yeah thumbs down.
 

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I don't like it at all. I think it's okay if you keep the same styling theme across a product lineup like a trademark grill or something, but this is a jacked miniature Maxima. I think the Maxima is actually sorta classy and unique looking. It's bad enough that people confuse the car for an Altima, but now they'll be confusing it for a friggin Sentra too. No thanks. :rolleyes:

pjsammy said:
as the proud owner of a 91 SE-R (and having owned 3 previously), I feel nissan has finally ruined the sentra for good. The current gen maxima is weaker than the previous one and the trend continues for the sentra.
The Maxima.org guys have been able to get stock times out of the 6th gens just as good if not better than the 5.5gens (14.6 stock auto, low-14's stock 6spd). They also have better gearing with the 5spd auto and a lot more top-end. For a 3400-3500 lb car they run some pretty darn good times.
 

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:whatthe: :barf:
 

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I think it looks okay. I'm not feeling the rear lights, although I think they are cool looking, they just don't look good on this car. They look like they were put on just before the auto show, like someone went out to an aftermarket store and bought them. They don't go at all with the design theme of the car. Like others I feel some Saturn ION in there too. The interior looks nice, but the exterior, is up to debate. I agree, it looks too much like a shrunken Maxima. Its good to have a corporate identity, but not so it blends every model you have! Its almost a slap in the face of the Maxima. :thumbdown
 

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Definately not something i'd even consider buying or looking at on the road.

On top of that....its got this sort of FORD look to it. There must have been influence.
 
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