it areally good car. Gasoline it's great proud of my car
2007 Nissan SentraTubaplayer - SC09/12/2011
About 6 months ago, I filled up my pickup and paid $85. I decided at that moment to park the truck and buy a small car for in-town driving. I did a lot of comparison shopping and decided on the Nissan Sentra S because it was more comfortable than other small cars and it was large enough to carry my tuba. I was concerned that a small car would be too uncomfortable after years of driving a plush F150, but I was pleasantly surprised on my first road trip. Now, I drive the Sentra almost 100% of the time. The car has plenty of head and leg room for my 6-foot frame and has a peppy engine. Others have mentioned problems with a blind spot and difficulty seeing the gas gauge. Those problems are easily solved with convex stick-on mirrors and by using the distance to empty (DTE) feature on the trip info menu. Recently, I was commuting 65 miles each way every day on a combination of city and country roads. If I used ethanol-free gas, I got about 35 mpg. With ethanol, mileage was about 31 mpg. There is certainly nothing fancy about the Nissan Sentra S but I really like this little car!
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