In a very competitive segment, the Nissan Sentra beats out over 20 competitor models in terms of quality, performance, reliability, fuel economy, price, value, interior space and design. The 2013 Nissan Sentra has an official Environmental Protection Agency fuel rating of 39 MPG on the highway and 30 MPG in the city, beating out most non-hybrids in its class.
Where most cars in the small car category fail is with cargo space and room in the rear seats. UsNews analyzed 11 published reviews and test drives and came to the conclusion that the rear and trunk area space is best in its class. Combined with the price of the Nissan Sentra and the many features, the Sentra becomes the best small car option.
Pricing for the Nissan Sentra in Tacoma starts at $15,990 and goes up depending on model, trim level and option packages. There are several color variants and technology options that will help you customize your vehicle to your preferences.
For more information about the Sentra, or to take a look at any Nissan vehicle, contact Larson Nissan.