2011 Nissan Sentrabk9x19 - Kansas City, KS07/01/2012
The 2011 Nissan Sentra rides smoothly, has adequate power, and decent styling. I stepped into this car from a full sized sedan with a V8, and I was skeptic of the 2.0L engine. It's actually not that hard to pass people with it, which makes me feel better when on the highway. Also, now that I have experienced the CVT (constantly variable transmission) I won't be going back. It makes more noise, but the performance and mileage gains are worth it.
This car has great handling. It is nimble in a parking lot, and the styling is decent. It isn't a sports car, but it looks sporty. It will comfortably haul around three adults plus driver. If you have to put car seats in the back, it works fine, just don't cram an adult back there.
Overall, it's a nice car with solid features that make it a great commuter.
The entire buying experience was wonderful. The CarMax website allowed us to narrow our choices down to one car before we got to the dealership. We drove the car then did the paperwork. The entire transaction was smooth and stress free. We will be back for our next purchase.
I have had 3 Nissian Trucks since around 1990 through 2012 and have received great service from these trucks. So whin i decided to trade my truck, it was not much of a choice in not to select another Nissian product. I choose the Nissian Sentra for style, comfort, and gas mileage. I have driven the car appoximately 2000 miles and have been very please with my new car.
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