When Nissan Sentra the mode of 2020 was debuted, we all were amazed with the improvements. It could say to be a complete renewing. However, the tweaks of 2021 are even better and made this vehicle moreover attractive.
Believe it or not, Nissan is always lovable (at least I love it). the Nissan added more options to the 2021 Sentra like Android Auto, Apple CarPlay which will be available for the 2022 mode too. Any adding means a bit more money to spend. Although the small changes are not very big deal but its sufficient. This automaker added a new Midnight Edition Package that’s available for the SR trim too.
The new packages include black – the V-motion grille, rear spoiler, rear diffuser, badging, and 18-inch aluminum-alloy wheels. All the changes are done on standard model. Besides, Nissan has another offer of new All-Weather Package for the SV trim. That means dual-zone climate control, heated front seats, remote engine start, and heated steering wheel. Moreover, Nissan means safety. So, they have the option of Safety Shield 360 suite of technologies – blind-spot warning, rear-cross traffic alert, lane-departure warning, and more – standard across the model for 2022.
As said so, changing costs, but the costs for the 2022 Sentra is not much. The model of 2022 is not much expensive that the 2021. Just the top-tier SR trim is $250 more expensive than before. The entry level SL is $20,485 and the SV model is $21,545 while the SR requires $23,075, with the All-Weather pack costing an additional $590. If you like you can have a Premium Pack with $1,860 for the SV trim. At last, the Sentra Midnight Edition costs $23,770.
The powertrain of this car is not touched. It uses the 2.0-liter four-cylinder with 149 hp and delivers 197 Nm of torque to the continuously variable transmission. You can’t say, Sentra I the best sedan ever, but in its costs rate, it the best you can afford if you live the brand. By the way, 2020 was not a good year for Sentra with fewer than 100,000 sales. Maybe this time the success comes.