The compact sedan is receiving a Midnight Edition package. Which will be very fascinating as the Sentra enters the 2022 model year. In which case, it will be as affordable as it was in years prior. The Nissan adds, in addition, the Safety Shield 360 active-safety package as well.
When you see what the Sentra brings to the table, you can tell that it’s available in three trim levels, being SR, SV and S. When you want to pay for the Nissan Sentra S, you would have to shell out about $20,485. In which case you would not see much change as the model from the version last year. For the midrange SV, the price tag is about $21,545. Essentially, it would reward Nissan Sentra owners with the best in technology. Besides the obvious, there’s remote engine start, heated front seats, dual-zone automatic climate control and even a heated steering wheel, as well as a total improvement with the all-weather package.
The Nissan Sentra SR is able to upgrade with black-painted exterior components of the Midnight Edition, along with blacked-out 18-inch options.
This is all to say that the V-motion grille also comes with a rear diffuser for $695, additionally.
If you really want to see the Nissan Sentra in action, all you would have to notice is the 2.0-liter I-4 generation of the 149 horsepower as well as the 146 lb-ft of torque with a CVT automatic transmission as the remaining option. When looking at a base Civic LX, that model starts at $22,695, while also being $2,210 more than the Sentra S. The top-level SR has the game covered with sedan models that only Nissan can overcome versus the rest of the competition. When you look at how cool the Nissan Sentra is, you grow in appreciation for what the vehicle would represent in the long run of it all.