The styling is pretty subdued, it doesn’t seem to be too aggressive anywhere. It’s fairly timeless, I guess.
In pursuit of the finding affordable new commuter cars, we visited our local dealership — Suburban Nissan in Troy — to test drive and review the 2014 Nissan Sentra. In this review video, local dad Doug gives us his opinion of the Sentra. And, overall, Doug dug the Sentra. While some might call the styling “boring,” Doug describes it as “subdued” and more “timeless.” He found plenty of trunk space, and plenty of headroom and leg room in the front and back. He even mentions that “it’s certainly much bigger than a [Ford] Focus.” He also mentioned that the ride quality was great for a small sedan. The one ding the Sentra had against it? Well, there’s no where to put your phone.
Meet Doug. Doug’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.