Here at Sutherlin Nissan Vero Beach in Vero Beach, FL, we know that having a smaller car has a lot of benefits. That’s why we’re proud to have a large inventory of the 2015 Nissan Sentra in stock for you to test drive. For 2015, the Sentra S model gets a USB connection, steering wheel audio controls, automatic headlights, cruise control and Bluetooth phone connection. The Sentra SV receives a color audio display, a rear-view camera, Bluetooth audio connectivity, satellite radio, integrated smartphone apps and keyless entry. The sportier Sentra SR gets keyless entry, heated outside mirrors, as well as heated front seats.
Besides these changes, the Sentra remains an attractive option in the compact car market. So let’s see how the 2015 Nissan Sentra does against the Chevrolet Cruze.
The Sentra has one available engine throughout the entire lineup – a 1.8-L four-cylinder-engine making 130 hp that gets 27/36 mpg (city/hwy). The Cruze’s entry-level 1.8-L engine can only muster 25/36 mpg (city/hwy). If you’re looking for a vehicle with a spunky engine and good fuel economy, then the Sentra is the one for you.
If you’re looking for a compact vehicle with midsize interior space, then the Sentra is your best option. The Sentra has more front headroom, front legroom and rear legroom than the Cruze. The Sentra also offers more interior volume – 111 cu.ft. to the Cruze’s 109.6 cu.ft. While your passengers will appreciate the extra space, you’ll appreciate the Sentra’s cargo capacity of 15.1 cu.ft. with the seats in place, which is more than the Cruze’s.
The Sentra may be a compact vehicle, but it’s packed with full-size safety features. With the Sentra’s safety features, you can enjoy driving the vehicle instead of worrying about your safety. Some of the Sentra’s safety features include: