The Nissan Sentra won't excite you, but it's rich with standard safety features. Under the hood is a 149-horsepower in-line 4-cylinder engine and CVT gearless gearbox. The last sentra we tested walked to 60 mph in 8.9 seconds, slightly faster than the others on this list. It's not as fun to drive as the Honda Civic, but even the highest-priced Sentra SR starts below the Civic's base price.


                Anyone looking for a range of standard active safety features and comfortable passenger accommodation, all of which are in an affordable sedan that, unlike it belongs to the rental fleet, should take a closer look at sentra. 


                For 2022, the Sentra line adds a number of new optional plans. The SV version can now be equipped with an All-Weather package that complements heating parts for the steering wheel, front seats and exterior mirrors. The SR décor can now be paired with the Midnight Edition package, adding black exterior details and unique interior accents.


Interior 2022 Nissan Sentra
                            
                The controls are easily accessible to both the driver and passengers and are easy to understand whether to adjust the radio or adjust the climate control system. The 8-inch touchscreen is also easy to read and easy to use.


                There is plenty of space inside for the person sitting in front. The most spacious rear legroom in the segment. Most drivers will easily stabilize their comfortable driving position thanks to a series of adjustments that come from the seat and steering wheel. Visibility is quite good front and sides, but thick rear roof columns and sloping rear windows interfere with view over the shoulders and back.

                Comfort is one of Sentra's stronger attributes. The trip is very calm and easily eliminates defects on the road. However, this softness can make Sentra feel floating at higher speeds. The noise on the road is always present but never intrudes and nothing is stereo that cannot be easily covered up.


                Comfort is one of Sentra's stronger attributes. The trip is very calm and easily eliminates defects on the road. However, this softness can make Sentra feel floating at higher speeds. The noise on the road is always present but never intrudes and nothing is stereo that cannot be easily covered up.


                Sentra comes with many standard safety features and driver assistance. Adaptive cruise control and a 360-degree parking camera system are still options, but overall Nissan's standard safety set is quite generous. However, we experienced some problems with the backup camera and a false warning with the forward collision warning system in our test car.

                The infotithetic system responds a bit slowly and the graphics seem outdated, but you still get apple carplay and Android Auto smartphone integration as standard. Nissan does not provide a navigation system in the vehicle.

ENGINE performance

    
            The Sentra is powered by a 149-horsepower 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine combined with a cvt automatic transmission and front-wheel drive. We measured a time of 0-60 mph of 8.8 seconds. That's slightly below the average for the small sedan segment but similar to other sluggish cars like the Kia Forte and Toyota Corolla. When driving normally, Sentra's constantly variable automatic transmission is smooth and unobtrusive. But it doesn't bring much engine braking efficiency when you release the throttle, so you may find yourself needing to use the brakes a little more than expected when slowing down.

                The brake pedal is smooth and easy to control when used normally. However, the emergency braking performance is lower. Our test, Sentra needs 131 feet to stop from 60 mph. For context, the average of the segment is about 123 feet. Steering and handling is nothing noticeable but enough for the normal owner for daily use.

Nissan Sentra 2022 Review

                We like Sentra because of its smooth ride, better-than-average interior materials as well as rich technology and safety features that fit the pocketbook. But it's hampered by slow acceleration, outdated infotighted systems and fairly long braking distances in the segment dominated by the Honda Civic and newer rivals including the Kia Forte and Hyundai Elantra. Check out the Evaluation items from experts of our test team to learn more.

                Sentra offers the most important aspects for a small sedan. It is stylish, comfortable and fully equipped with features. Its performance is negligible, but otherwise Sentra is a pretty solid choice, especially if safety and value are a top priority for you.


Reviewed by Góc chia sẻ 'Of Nhân on February 27, 2022 Rating: 5

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