The 2022 Nissan Sentra, the next logical step

2022 Nissan Sentra


La 2022 Nissan Sentra hasn’t been unveiled, yet the rumors are already circulating. Last year, Nissan treated us to an all-new version of the Sentra, straight out of the future, with an improved engine block and a sleek, modern look. So it’s only natural for us to be eager to see what innovations Nissan has in store for us for the new model year.

With its redesigned silhouette, from the V-shaped grille to the luminous rear window, the current Sentra already boasts an elegant, vibrant appearance. Since the model was modified so recently, it’s unlikely that the 2022 Nissan Sentra will look very different. After all, why change a winning formula? However, we may see certain available options become standard, offering consumers more value for their money.

The passenger compartment of the 2022 Sentra will surely remain one of the most refined in its class, equipped with a neat dashboard and a flat steering wheel. You should once again find a superior-quality infotainment system with a large touchscreen lodged in a sleek center console. This will enable you to stay connected at all times, thanks to Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ compatibility. Perfect for playing your favorite music on the available Bose audio system.

Under the hood, you’ll no doubt find a powertrain similar to the one Nissan introduced for the first time last year. The 2022 Nissan Sentra should come standard with a 2.0 L four-cylinder engine producing 149 horsepower and 146 pound-feet of torque. All of this power comes from a continuously variable transmission (CVT), which efficiently distributes it to the front wheels. However, certain versions will continue to feature a manual transmission, as it continues to be a favorite among purists and those who love a more dynamic driving experience.

There shouldn’t be any major changes in the 2022 Nissan Sentra, especially in comparison with those it underwent last year. Nevertheless, we’ll undoubtedly see some additional practical features and a few esthetic modifications, further refining an already innovative model.

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