2018 Nissan Sentra Priced From $16,990

Nissan has revealed that the 2018 Sentra will be priced from $16,990 in the U.S. and top out at $25,790, excluding destination fees, for the range-topping model.

For 2018, the Japanese carmaker has outfitted the Sentra with a plethora of upgrades, including Automatic Emergency Braking on all grade levels, except for those with a manual ‘box. Additionally, the S grade variants include a 5.0-inch infotainment system, Dual Zone Automatic Temperature Control for the SV model and above, and Intelligent Cruise Control as standard on SR 1.8-liter and SL variants.

The 2018 Nissan Sentra range starts with the Sentra S, equipped with a 1.8-liter four-cylinder with 130 hp and a six-speed gearbox. Prices rise to $18,140 for a Sentra S with an automatic transmission before increasing to $18,960 for the SV, available exclusively with an auto.

For those looking for more performance, both the Sentra SR Turbo and Sentra Nismo models come equipped with a 1.6-liter turbocharged petrol engine pumping out 188 hp. The 1.6-liter range starts from $22,200 and increases to $25,790.


  • EM1

    The turbo should be standard to compete with Civic.

    • Infinite1

      Not really a competition, the Civic will still out sell the Sentra

  • Six_Tymes

    Wait, am I seeing this correctly? “six-speed gearbox” ? No more CVT? because, my wife has a 2014 and we both love the car. i personally dislike the way the CVT shifts. I would go buy a new one if they got rid of the cvt? or are they just classifying shifts for cvt’s???

    • Grumpy

      it’s a 6 speed manual. All Auto are CVT

  • Rocc E. Normyss

    Nissan Sentras, so hot right now! Nissan Sentra.

    • Grumpy

      I hope that was sarcasm.

      • Malik

        I am assuming he means hot deals right now as in clearance sale.

  • Bananarama

    Why anyone would buy one of these is beyond me.

    • carsmofo

      had one as a rental earlier this year (didnt have any choice), and it was the most uninspired piece of crap i’ve ever driven in my life. I was so embarrassed to be seen in it.

    • Bash

      One who don’t know about cars i guess.

    • SmartAss💁🏾‍♂️

      Could be worse, Corolla anyone?

      • Bananarama

        I’d even take a Corolla over this. Mitsubishi Mirage is probably worse, but also much less expensive. This is close to Civic and Mazda 3 territory.

        • SmartAss💁🏾‍♂️

          Gross. I will never buy anything with a CVT. Ever.

  • Grumpy

    Looks like a puffer fish.

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