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Nissan Sentra Debuts New Look at 2019 LA Auto Show

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2020 Nissan Sentra
Nissan Sentra features refined, updated look for 2020
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The Nissan Sentra is sporting a new refined look for 2020, a look Nissan boldly displayed at this year’s Los Angeles Auto Show. As the all-time best-selling vehicle for the company in the U.S, the Nissan Sentra is equipped with advanced tech, great style and an elegant interior. The 2020 Sentra, the eighth generation of the popular compact sedan, will boast the automaker’s most innovative suite of driver assist technologies, Safety Shield 360, as a standard feature, and will drive into dealerships near the end of January.

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“Nissan has a vibrant portfolio of new-generation sedans for customers in the U.S. market,” said David Kershaw, division vice president, Nissan Sales & Regional Operations, Nissan North America, Inc. “With more than 6 million Sentra vehicles sold, we believe the all-new Sentra will reach new heights offering refinement and quality, technology and performance not seen before. The lower stance and more athletic design cues from the Maxima sports sedan give Sentra a sexy new look.”

Exterior details

The V-motion grille, a signature design element of Nissan, adorns the 2020 Sentra, as does the automaker’s floating roof and thin LED headlamps. Drivers will have three two-tone color combinations to make the Sentra stand out even more.

2020 Nissan Sentra interior
2020 Nissan Sentra
Photo: Nissan

Interior design

The refined interior can be elevated with available comfort features such as heated front seats upholstered with leather accents. Smartphone integration via Apple CarPlay and Android Auto is seamless with the available NissanConnect system equipped with 8-inch multi-touch display.

Performance upgrade

The 2020 Sentra has more get-up-and-go than ever thanks to the fuel-efficient 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine. An upgrade from the previously-used 1.8-liter engine, the 2.0-liter engine increases horsepower by 20 percent and torque by 16 percent, with ratings of 149 horsepower and 146 lb-ft of torque.

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