Nissan has announced that the 2014 Sentra is getting bunch of new updates to improve the driving experience.
When we tested the al-new 2013 Nissan Sentra last year, we dinged it for its unsporty driving characteristics and overall boring driving experience. Well Nissan has apparently noticed the issues as well, since the 2014 Sentra is getting bunch of new updates to improve the driving experience.
First Nissan has improved the steering feel thanks to a quicker steering ratio and retuned electric power steering system. Nissan also improved the amount of body roll with retuned springs, shocks and thicker stabilizer bars. The Sentra’s acceleration feel is supposedly also improved thanks to a retuned Xtronic CVT, which now has a D-Mode step shift program.
Inside the seat comfort has been improved with new seat frame spring tuning and revised foam density and shaping adds additional lateral support. A sliding front armrest is now standard on the SL grade and added to SV Driver Package and SR Driver Package. New front seat lower cushion storage pockets are standard on all models and an Auto Hazard Warning Signal is added for all models. The available NissanConnect with Navigation system now includes all-new NissanConnect Apps smartphone integration that allows the user to connect with Pandora, iHeartRadio, Facebook and more.
The 2014 Nissan Sentra is on sale now and starts at $15,990