2013 Nissan Sentra Sedan Revealed‎

When the 2013 Nissan Sentra hits U.S. showrooms this fall, buyers may see that it looks much like its bigger stable mate, the recently presented Altima.

Although the Sentra’s wheelbase has been expanded only one inch, the 2013 model looks notably larger than the current version due to the fact total length has grown by 2.3 inches. Its interior volume though is basically unchanged, but the carmaker says the cabin is designed to supply back passengers with increased space in the legroom.

When designed with a continuously variable transmission, the 2013 Sentra delivers 39 mpg on the road and 30 mpg within the city, the carmaker claims. Similar to the Ford Focus, Nissan provides an performance trim package, FE+, believed to enhance the highway figure to some highly valuable 40 m.p.g.

Its 2-liter motor of their forerunner continues to be exchanged for any 1.8-liter 4-cylinder unit, that is made to deliver quicker, more effective combustion, although it shed ten hp in transition, settling at 130. The diminished power might not be missed because of the 2013 Sentra also lost a lot more than 150 pounds. Nissan is .

The basic Sentra S comes with a 6-speed stick shift. Other trim levels get the CVT as standard equipment. In China and India the Sentra will be released as .

Pricing for the new 2013 Sentra is going to be revealed nearer to its release date in fall.

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