I’m in the back seat of the Nissan Sentra. And, it’s huge. Absolutely huge. The person driving in front of me was Caleb and he set [the seat] to where he’d want to be sitting and, where he’s at, there is still an immense amount of [knee] space. For a family like us, if you were to get this car, you could take us on a road trip. This is comfortable.
In effort to review every affordable new car available, we visited our local dealership — Suburban Nissan in Troy — to test drive and review the 2014 Nissan Sentra. In this review video, Jeremy (Doug’s baby boy!) got behind the wheel and into every nook and cranny of the Sentra. While he’s not as impressed with the subdued styling as his pops, he doesn’t mind the not-trying-too-hard look. He also sings the praises of the spacious interior of the Sentra.
As far as drive quality goes, he found it to be not too shabby. While it lacks a bit of oomph, it makes up for it with a quiet interior and a steering feel that adds confidence on city roads and highways alike. And, the infotainment system might not have been the highest tech in the industry, but it was certainly good enough.
Meet Jeremy. Jeremy’s CarMatch Code is FCTC4. He wants a vehicle that is fun to drive (F), offers luxury and craftsmanship (C) and has the latest in-vehicle technology (T). His personal style is classic (C) and he needs to be able to haul up to four people. Find out your CarMatch Code to see if the Nissan Sentra is the best small car for you.