2.0 4dr Sedan
2009 Nissan Sentra

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Engine Engine 2.0LI-4
MPG MPG 25 City / 33 Hwy
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2009 Sentra Overview

The Nissan Sentra, which was completely redesigned and re-engineered for the 2007 model year, continues into 2009 with only minimal changes.Among those things which are new for 2009: A slightly restyled trunk lid, new cloth seat selections, automatic door locks are made standard, MP3 capability on the 2.0 S and 2.0 SL trim levels, a new Premium Plus Package for the 2.0 SL, and three new exterior colors.

The Sentra may be thought of as a compact, but it's not that small.The truly small cars are subcompacts: Nissan Versa, Toyota Yaris, and Honda Fit.The Sentra is larger and roomier than those cars and competes with compacts such as the Toyota Corolla and Honda Civic.Sentra comes only as a four-door sedan (no hatchback is offered) and all models are front-wheel drive.

This latest-generation Sentra was designed for American buyers.As a result, the cabin is spacious and it's finished like a more expensive car, with wonderfully supportive seats in cloth or leather.The 60/40 split rear seat folds flat, opening up the trunk space and creating a large flat cargo area.It's enough space for two to sleep back there, or to haul long items.

The high-performance Sentra SE-R and the higher performance SE-R Spec V feature a 2.5-liter four-cylinder tuned to 177 horsepower and 200 horsepower respectively.These SE-R models have suspension modifications for sharper handling.The SE-R models have more power and better handling, but they're easy to live with and offer all the advantages of the standard Sentra.For 2009, SE-R models have a new Premium Audio Package and two new exterior colors.

Sentra 2.0 models come with an aluminum 2.0-liter engine and a choice of a wonderful six-speed manual gearbox or a CVT continuously variable automatic transmission.These cars are good values.They're roomy inside, the engine is modern and competitive, and the chassis provides good handling and a comfortable ride.Sentras with the 2.0-liter engine are EPA rated at 25/33 mpg City/Highway with the CVT, 24/31 mpg with the six-speed manual.Nissan is a leader in CVT, or continuously variable transmission, design, and we've been happy with them.
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2009 Sentra Overview

The Nissan Sentra, which was completely redesigned and re-engineered for the 2007 model year, continues into 2009 with only minimal changes.Among those things which are new for 2009: A slightly restyled trunk lid, new cloth seat selections, automatic door locks are made standard, MP3 capability on the 2.0 S and 2.0 SL trim levels, a new Premium Plus Package for the 2.0 SL, and three new exterior colors.

The Sentra may be thought of as a compact, but it's not that small.The truly small cars are subcompacts: Nissan Versa, Toyota Yaris, and Honda Fit.The Sentra is larger and roomier than those cars and competes with compacts such as the Toyota Corolla and Honda Civic.Sentra comes only as a four-door sedan (no hatchback is offered) and all models are front-wheel drive.

This latest-generation Sentra was designed for American buyers.As a result, the cabin is spacious and it's finished like a more expensive car, with wonderfully supportive seats in cloth or leather.The 60/40 split rear seat folds flat, opening up the trunk space and creating a large flat cargo area.It's enough space for two to sleep back there, or to haul long items.

The high-performance Sentra SE-R and the higher performance SE-R Spec V feature a 2.5-liter four-cylinder tuned to 177 horsepower and 200 horsepower respectively.These SE-R models have suspension modifications for sharper handling.The SE-R models have more power and better handling, but they're easy to live with and offer all the advantages of the standard Sentra.For 2009, SE-R models have a new Premium Audio Package and two new exterior colors.

Sentra 2.0 models come with an aluminum 2.0-liter engine and a choice of a wonderful six-speed manual gearbox or a CVT continuously variable automatic transmission.These cars are good values.They're roomy inside, the engine is modern and competitive, and the chassis provides good handling and a comfortable ride.Sentras with the 2.0-liter engine are EPA rated at 25/33 mpg City/Highway with the CVT, 24/31 mpg with the six-speed manual.Nissan is a leader in CVT, or continuously variable transmission, design, and we've been happy with them.Hide Full Review