2016 Nissan Sentra Pricing Rises $200-$1,450
Refreshed sedan now looks more like Altima and Maxima big brothers.
Along with its visual and mechanical refresh, the Nissan Sentra gets a price hike of $200-$1,450 for 2016, depending on trim level. The updated compact sedan was first shown at the Los Angeles auto show with new styling to bring it in line with its Altima and Maxima big brothers.
The Sentra's base price, which is for the S trim with a six-speed manual transmission, goes up $250 to $17,615 with destination. Like all 2016 Sentra models, the S gets a new front end with Nissan's "V-motion" grille, along with revised chassis tuning and a freshened interior. Adding a continuously variable transmission to the Sentra S adds $850, and an "FE+" fuel-economy package that brings the Sentra's highway mileage up to 40 mpg costs $400 on top of that.
The next step up in the 2016 Nissan Sentra lineup is the SV, which starts at $19,385. It adds Bluetooth, keyless entry and pushbutton start, and a Nissan Connect infotainment system as standard, while also offering options like blind-spot monitoring, cross-traffic alert, and navigation. The sport-oriented SR ($21,245) and the luxurious SL ($23,005) round out the range and offer newly available features like LED headlights and a suite of active safety features including adaptive cruise control and forward emergency braking.
The 2016 Nissan Sentra is on sale starting today, and you can check out the full list of trim levels and options at the car's online configurator site.