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2015 Sentra Pricing Announced in Time for New Year’s Eve Rollout

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2015 Sentra pricing

2015 Sentra pricing announced on New Year’s Eve. Celebrate!

If you’ve been patiently waiting for your opportunity to buy a brand-new 2015 Nissan Sentra and thinking man, they’re not going to release this thing until it’s actually 2015, are they, then today is your lucky day. Nissan has announced 2015 Sentra pricing as it begins its nationwide rollout on New Year’s Eve, giving those who have been eagerly anticipating the refreshed Sentra the opportunity to ring in 2015 the right way.


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“For 2015, the Sentra lineup has been simplified and we’ve added value to all grades,” said Derrick Hatami, vice president, Sales – U.S., Nissan North America, Inc. “The Sentra’s most popular trim, the SV, now comes standard with great features such as RearView Monitor, Bluetooth, USB port that we are certain Sentra buyers will enjoy. SV also includes Nissan Intelligent Key®, which our primary competitors do not offer at this price point.”

Also new for 2015, the base Sentra S receives a USB connection port, Bluetooth® Hands-free Phone System, illuminated steering wheel audio controls, Smart Auto Headlights, and cruise control as standard equipment.

Sentra SR adds heated front seats and heated outside mirrors with LED turn signal indicators standard. The Sentra SL also adds heated front seats in addition to an auto-dimming mirror with HomeLink® Universal Transceiver and leather-appointed seats.

New for all 2015 Sentra models are Titanium, Cayenne Red, and Fresh Powder exterior colors. Red Alert is also added as an exclusive color for the Sentra SR.

2015 Sentra pricing is as follows (not including $825 destination fees):

Sentra S 6MT $16,480
Sentra S Xtronic $17,330
Sentra FE+ S Xtronic $17,730
Sentra SV Xtronic $18,300
Sentra SR Xtronic $19,910
Sentra SL Xtronic $20,670

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