Nissan is hoping to deliver further face-lift options for the needs of car lovers. The compact sedan has been changing up the design while new updates have been seen in the China-market’s Sylphy in March. All while the U.S.-spec version as the same. Many changes are coming for the Sentra, all according to the specific trim level. The trims come with a restyled front fascia with fresh headlights as well as 16-inch and 18-inch wheel designs.
Arriving to the top trim SR, comes in with a restyled rear bumper as well as a fresh color for the interior accent stitching. Such changers aren’t as easy to spot, while dissimilar to the ylphy, it has acquired a huger 12.3-inch infotainment touchscreen, where the 2024 continues with the 7.0-inch to 8.0-inch infotainment screens. The Sentra arrives with a fresh CVT automatic that can create a smooth shift in “shift” patterns.
It’s all easy to pair with the fresh start-stop feature, as the powertrain improvements raise on the usual 2.0-liter inline-four engine, with entirely competitive fuel economy figures. The fuel-economy figures, while unavailable, come in at combined ratings of 33 mpg and 32 mpg for the SR trim, while there had been another shift for the 2024 model arriving in the path of Nissan adding a Nissan Safety Shield 360 suite of safety features as standard.
Pricing details can’t quite be released right away.
Nissan is\thinking that the engine start-stop feature will improve the fuel economy figures. There’s a likelihood that the price is going to load up to just around $22,000 to begin with.
What is the Nissan Safety Shield 360?
It’s the driver-assistance program that Nissan is installing with plenty of load-ons. Such as the high beam assist, with lane departure warning, the automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, as well as blind spot warning, with more features like the Rear Cross Traffic Alert and Rear Automatic Braking service. Absolutely speaking, the service is one of the most impressive that Nissan has to offer. You might also like it if you’re hoping for some improvement in the systems of automated vehicle driving. That’s what one should figure would be the update for the Nissan Sentra, as it also comes with total security.