So far, this has been an amazing car. It is comfortable. reliable and easy to drive. I have taken it on one long trip and it was great to have the confidence in this car to get me from one place to another. The most important thing for me was that the trunk had to fit a Bari Saxophone easily without scraping or damaging the case. Well, you guessed it, it fits. In fact, I have enough trunk space to fit 4 or 5 musician's instruments and hit the road for the latest gig.
i took a test drive yesterday and i just love this car. my little puddle jumper (toyota echo 2000) is just a basic car, nothing fancy....... i was so happy with all the features that come standard. i felt like i was in a caddy or another big pricie type of car. as soon as i can afford it i am going to buy this car.
I want to start off by saying I LOVE MY NISSAN!!! I have always been a fan of Nissan. I was looking into buying a newer used car as my Ford kept dying on me in traffic. I had nothing but problem after problem with that car. So I did some shopping around and almost looked over the Sentra due to my growing family, I did not think it would be big enough (my oldest is only 7 and 4'5 so I thought we might out grow it before we even "broke it in". To my suprise we all had leg room and head room to spare. I do not like the seat belt as it catches my "side butt" other than that I love my car. It is zippy and easy on the purse when it comes to filling up the tank. Maintenance is required less than say Hyundai and Ford and they tend to last for many many miles. The last Nissan I had was an 87' Maxima that we put 347k miles on. My Sentra looks nice, handles great and even though I have children we still have room to grow with it. The factory sound sytem is pretty nice as well. A lot of people were complaining about the CVT transmission, but I like it. I have no complaints about it. I have owned several cars but I always find my way back to Nissan so I highly recommend taking another glance at Nissan!! They are wonderful, reliable vehicles!!