2020 Nissan Sentra

July 8th, 2020 | Comments Closed | Nissan

The 2020 Nissan Sentra is a small sports sedan and better equipped, but still valuable. The 2020 Sentra S  model is relatively lightly equipped but comes with a number of advanced driver aids. The SV is only slightly more expensive but adds a wealth of upgrades. 2020 Nissan Sentra SR is a top-of-the-line model with several prices with sports themes. The Nissan 2020 Sentra has been completely redesigned for 2020, but the changes are not going as far as they should. Although this compact car has a more powerful engine than the previous generation, the acceleration is just fine, and its unrefined transmission further disrupts performance. Inside, a narrow rear seat, some great technological features, and an understated boot diminish what is otherwise a decent high cab.

The 2020 Sentra also comes with a long list of standard driver assistance functions, while older models come standard with only a rear-view camera. Some of the features you can get in 2020 at Sentra – such as automatic emergency braking, lane departure warning, driver attention monitoring, and parking systems in the surrounding area – are not available at all in older Sentras. The 2020 Sentra comes standard with a 149-horsepower engine, while the previous generation gave you a choice of a 124-horsepower engine or a 188-horsepower turbocharged mill. Also, while the 2020 model offers only an automatic transmission, you can find older Sentra models with a manual six-speed transmission.

2020 Nissan Sentra SR

2020 Nissan Sentra SR

The standard setting of the 2020 Sentra entertainment information includes a 7-inch touch screen with a basic four-speaker stereo, Bluetooth, two USB ports, and voice recognition. The touch screen is located high on the instrument panel and is easy to see. Icons and graphics are clear and sharp if they are a little clear. There are great physical adjustments to adjust the climate and intensity. In the boxes above the base model, you get an 8-inch touchscreen that also has support for Android Auto and Apple CarPlay integration. These smart devices are a better bet than Nissan’s home menus, to which it can respond non-intensively and slowly.

2020 Nissan Sentra Interior

Nissan’s cabin feels modern and fresh. There are several hard plastic surfaces, but most are soft to the touch and high-quality surfaces. Multiple amenities such as leather seats are available. The Nissan Sentra sedan has five people. Accommodation is roughly average for a compact car. The front seats have ample head and legroom for more drivers and passengers. Moving the seat requires several manual adjustments, although a six-speed driver’s seat is available that is power-adjustable. The second row has a good amount of legroom for more passengers, but the altitude is not so great. There are two complete sets of LATCH connectors for the Sentra’s rear outboard seats, as well as one attached rear seat.

2020 Nissan Sentra Engine

The 2020 Sentra comes standard with a 149-horsepower four-cylinder engine. That’s a noticeable improvement over the standard 124-horsepower variant in the 2019 Sentra. The new Sentra goes without much drama, but under heavier acceleration, the engine makes a noisy breath. The continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) comes standard. The CVT contributes to the unsophisticated character of the powertrain and struggles to network with the Center engine. According to the EPA, in 2020, Sentra received 29 mpg in the city and 39 mpg on the highway. That’s the average for a compact car.

2020 Nissan Sentra Safety

The 2020 Sentra comes standard with Nissan’s safety shield 360 bundles of active safety technology, consisting of crash warning, pedestrian recognition, reversing and reversing automatic emergency braking, blind-spot monitoring, rear traffic crossing warning, automatic headlight, and lane departure warning. Driver attention monitoring, reversing camera and rear seat reminders are also standard. Optional 2020 Nissan Sentra driver assistance features include adaptive cruise control and a parking environment system.

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