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Refreshed 2016 Nissan Sentra Debuts at 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show | Edmunds.com

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Refreshed 2016 Nissan Sentra Debuts at 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show | Edmunds.com

Updated styling, improved interior materials and new safety features keep the 2016 Nissan Sentra competitive among mounting pressure from newer small sedans.

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Comments

  • Much better looking, but that anemic 130hp 1.8L has got to get turbocharged, or get out in favor of something with a bit more kick. At least in the SR and at least around 170hp! Come on Nissan!!!
  • The fresh styling is moderately attractive (maybe "inoffensive" would be a better term) but the Sentra needs more than that to break out of also-ran status in this segment.
  • I agree with @zoomzoomn. This 2016 Sentra is MUCH better looking...and, not just moderately attractive or inoffensive, but genuinely good-looking. However, it definitely needs more power. Still, it's a great car and deserves a lot more than being in the "also-ran" status. For years, Mazdas still got awesome reviews despite having anemic engines.
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