Nissan reveals US pricing for the 2019 Sentra

Nissan Group announced that U.S. pricing for the 2019 Nissan Sentra will start at US$ 17,790. For the 2019 model year, all Sentra grades, except the Sentra S, receive standard NissanConnectSM with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

Opting for the advanced Xtronic transmission in the S version will raise the Manufactured Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) to US$ 18,480.

Also new is the SV Special Edition Package, which features 17-inch aluminum-alloy wheels, rear disc brakes, Blind Spot Warning (BSW), Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA), Intelligent Cruise Control (ICC), power sliding glass moonroof with tilt feature, center room dim lamp (LED), dual illuminated visor vanity mirrors and Special Edition badge.

The 2019 Sentra lineup includes Sentra S (6MT and Xtronic), Sentra SV (Xtronic), Sentra SR (Xtronic), Sentra SL (Xtronic), SR Turbo (Xtronic) and Sentra NISMO (6MT and Xtronic). 

The SV, SR, and SL trims are equipped with a 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine paired to the Xtronic transmission. The Sentra SR Turbo and Sentra Nismo are equipped with a 1.6-liter engine and the Xtronic transmission. A six-speed manual transmission is available in the Sentra Nismo as well.

The MSRP on the SV is US$ 19,090; SR is US$ 20,590; SL is US$ 23,020; SR Turbo is US$ 22,570; and Sentra Nismo with manual or Xtronic transmission is US$ 25,840. A Destination and Handling fee of US$ 895 applies to all versions.

The Nissan Sentra for the U.S. market is sourced from one of the two assembly plants the Japanese automaker operates in the city of in Aguascalientes, in Central Mexico.

Despite the current preference for SUVs and pickups among U.S. consumers, sales of the Nissan Sentra increase 3.4% to 19,362 units in July, while its deliveries in the first seven months of 2018 totaled 135,038 vehicles, 2.8% higher than the same seven-month period of 2017. 

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