The all-new 2013 Sentra seeks to make a more profound impact on the compact segment with a more sophisticated design offering a greater sense of upscale appeal. Sentra's athletically sculpted sheetmetal surrounds a more spacious cabin finished with high-quality materials not usually found in compact vehicles. The Sentra's engineering effort is focused on class-topping efficiency with a construction that is 150 lbs. lighter than the outgoing model while being dimensionally larger both outside and inside. Compared to the outgoing model, the redesigned Sentra rides on a longer wheelbase, offers 2.3 inches more overall length, and is significantly more aerodynamic with a .29 coefficient of drag. The new, larger-but-lighter Sentra utilizes a 130 horsepower, 1.8-liter engine mated to a next generation Xtronic (R) CVT to deliver a 13 percent improvement in EPA-rated fuel economy compared to the outgoing model. The 2013 Sentra offers a fuel economy focused trim level (FE+S) that achieves 40 mpg on the highway, and all CVT-equipped Sentra models achieve a best-in-class EPA combined fuel economy rating of 34 mpg. Inside, this compact model offers one of the largest interior volumes in the class, ample rear seat legroom, and a generous trunk capacity. See more... See Less

7 Available Trims
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  • 130

    HP

    27city

    36hwy

    $

    15,990

    MSRP

  • 130

    HP

    30city

    39hwy

    $

    16,790

    MSRP

  • 130

    HP

    30city

    39hwy

    $

    17,190

    MSRP

  • 130

    HP

    30city

    39hwy

    $

    17,490

    MSRP

  • 130

    HP

    30city

    39hwy

    $

    17,890

    MSRP

  • 130

    HP

    30city

    39hwy

    $

    18,690

    MSRP

  • 130

    HP

    30city

    39hwy

    $

    19,590

    MSRP

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Reviews and Ratings
Overall
Pros Cons
Fuel economy: 30+ miles per gallon One thing i would really like is rain guards for windows.
Ride - smooth , good turning radius Fan / blower sounds like it has dried leaves in it!
High quality feeling for a low price Rear visibility: rear trunk too high; big safety issue!
Reliable; starts in cold weather Comfort of driver's seat
Love keyless start & entry Navigation system only likes side streets & not highways
Driving range: almost 500 miles Not good in windy conditions - can feel car being pushed to side of road
Sound system - excellent sound, plays my usb drive. Cannot open trunk with door opener
Storage - great accessibility & great capacity Sun visor - what idiot designed a visor that hits the rv mirror?
Intelligent key and steering wheel control is very important Still trying to figure out if i like the transmission
Steering turn range - ease of handling Not very powerful when getting on the freeway