Saturday, June 10, 2023

This Is The 2023 Version Of The Nissan Sentra Inside

Today’s premise is to delve into the cockpit of the Sentra in its current Mexican version. Restrained design, improving comfort and safety behind the wheel. Below are the benefits, description and pictures.

Within the Mexican market, Nissan has a sedan that attracts attention for its perfect balance between quality/reliability/market value. We are talking about the Sentra in its 2023 version. The current generation of this sedan has been introduced in 2019, and it is speculated that Nissan will officially announce a new and updated one for 2024.

Although it hasn’t yet confirmed an arrival date, nor the updated features, nor the range it will bring: can a hybrid Sentra with dual motorisation be anticipated?

Today, right on time, he calls us to enter the Sentra’s cabin. While it is necessary to give a broad overview of the car, mention must be made of its exterior design and Sentra’s core underpinnings within the segment. Recall that Nissan bets on this sedan throughout the American region, from the United States to Argentina and Chile. Of course, versions and ranges differ, although the “Sentra brand” has already become the hallmark of the Japanese factory on our continent. Other sedan options from Nissan are the Versa and the Altima.

2023 Sentra Exterior Lines

Nissan Sentra, version 2023. Source Image: Nissan.

In its design, we get a medium-sized saloon, with modern forms and aerodynamic lines. Nissan, without respecting the portrait of a classic sedan, the lines in the Sentra are balanced, not giving the body a rigid look. The rising front end, side lines that narrow the drawing and a slight drop in the rear area that ends in the LED headlights contribute to this.

It’s downright average: 182.7 inches long, 71.5 inches wide and 57.0 inches high, while the wheelbase is 106.6 inches. We are talking about a five-seater car, which has been designed for urban use in its dimensions. You won’t find a clunky, difficult-to-handle sedan in the Sentra. The Sentra, like the Altima, is a sedan designed for routine.

In the aesthetics of the exterior, the 18″ aluminum wheels, edgy LED headlights, the wide edgy front end with its chrome V-shaped grille are undoubtedly iconic. There is the option of having a two-tone body, if preferred. Tinted roof on one side , and counting the rest of the body-bumpers and mud guards on the other hand-.

2023 Sentra Cockpit

Nissan Sentra, version 2023. Source Image: Nissan.

Nissan has upped the ante with a sober interior for its 2023 version of the Sentra. Where the main impetus is its technology implemented for comfort and road safety. The sign about the Sentra’s interior reads, “Technology keeps you comfortable.”

Among these features we find remote engine start system with customization, steering wheel with multimedia controls, heated front seats, keyless ignition. In the center of the dashboard, the 8” NissanConnect touch screen stands out. The system is compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The second screen is, in driving position, 7″. It contains all the information for driving the Sentra using Drive-Assist.

In strictly cosmetic terms, the Sentra is identical to the Altima. Restraint follows with typical youth aspects: the Sentra doesn’t want to be a serious, formal saloon, but is aimed at sub-50 buyers. It can be requested with “Sport Finish”, embroidered steering wheel and seats, details and finish with a color thread that stands out.

To highlight the following. In the SV and SR version, the Japanese firm offers a “Premium Package”, where the seats are upholstered in padded leather, the sunroof and the gear lever are covered in leather. Exclusively in the SR variant, seats in Prima-Tex in charcoal tone are also offered.

Sentra 2023 Variants & Motorization

Nissan Sentra, version 2023. Source Image: Nissan.

Nissan offers the same engine in different versions. It is a front engine, gasoline, direct injection (DIG), 2.0 litre, four cylinders in line and 16 valves. Such a combination allows the Sentra to produce a peak power output of 149 hp at 6,000 rpm, while its peak torque sits at 146 pound-feet at 4,000 rpm.

Drive is front, as indicated by the tradition of city sedans and its transmission is the continuously variable Xtronic CVT. With respect to braking, the Sentra employs ventilated solid disc brakes both front and rear, ABS, brake assist and electronic brake-force distribution (EBD).

By the way, the Sentra is available in four versions in the US: S, SV, SR and SR Midnight Edition. In this latest version, the bodywork and wheels come from the factory completely black.

As you’ll see, the Sentra is one of the main options in the midsize city sedan portion of the market, perhaps Nissan’s strongest yet. Honda Civic, Honda Accord, Hyundai Sonata, Toyota Corolla, Toyota Camry, Nissan Sentra and Nissan Altima: direct competition that regular use sedans seek to “own”.

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