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2007 Nissan Sentra review and picture


Sometimes, being the tall guy can get frustrating, especially when it comes to buying a car. Most cars just aren’t designed to feet the angular figure of many tall people, and nobody can enjoy the driving experience when their head is bumping constantly against the roof of the cabin of their car. The 2007 Nissan Sentra offers a friendly alternative to drivers who are on the tall side, but they will have to sacrifice many oter perks to get this desired salvation. Even though it might have some more head space, the 2007 Nissan Sentra lacks enjoyment and comfort that come with many of its rivals.

The Good:

  • well-designed cabin
  • lots of space
  • drives silent
  • accelerates well in SE-R Spec V trim level

The Bad:

  • engine for the base model makes some racket at higher speeds
  • SE-R trim levels don’t handle well
  • shifts clumsily

For the 2007 model year, the Nissan Sentra model has been redesigned from top to bottom, with many changes that bring it up to date, but unfortunately not enough to make it a good prospect for competition among its rivals. It still has a long way to go. For this year, though, it has added a new engine, increased its interior space, and added several features both standard and optional. Older sport geared trim levels are back, too, in the middle of the model year.

The 2007 Nissan Sentra, a five passenger sedan, comes in five trim levels: base, S, SL, SE-R, and SE-R Spec V. The base trim is the lowest of them all, and as usual to all base trims that aren’t granted their own trim level name, it comes with only a few features:

  • fifteen inch wheels
  • AC
  • four speaker sound system

Then there is the S, which brings with it:

  • 16 inch wheels
  • keyless entry
  • power mirrors

After that is the SL, which adds:

  • leather upholstery
  • leather wrapped steering wheel
  • keyless ignition
  • cruise control
  • alarm system

The SE-R is a lot like the SL, with the only difference being that you can buy more options of rit. Finally is the SE-R Spec V, which is the sporty version of the 2007 Nissan Sentra, and comes with:

  • summer tires
  • firm suspension
  • bigger brakes in front

Safety is not a big deal for the 2007 Nissan Sentra, and it is only equipped with some basic air bags and, on the higher models, anti lockdisc brakes, and at the top, four wheel disc brakes. No crash test results available for this Nissan model.


Fashun Guadarrama.

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