Nissan updates its range in Argentina with the release of the eighth generation Sentra, which arrives imported from Mexico.The new Sentra is available in three versions: Advance, SR and Exclusive and prices start at $1,890,000 for its entry-of-range version up to $2,450,000 for the most equipped. Its renovation incorporates the brand’s global design language, represented mainly by the V-Motion grille, boomerang LED headlights, floating roof and a range that includes new colors.
In its mechanics there are modifications as it offers the new 2.0-litre engine that develops a power of 145 horsepower. It is also equipped with multi-link rear suspension with anti-roll bar, which provides a much more comfortable handling feeling for use in the city as on the road. It also offers 360-degree peripheral vision camera, lane change alert, intelligent lane intervention, intelligent cruise speed control and emergency braking with pedestrian detection. While its cabin technology highlights an infotainment system and an 8-inch display with Audio Multi Touch A-IVI, with Apple CarPlayTM connectivity, Android AutoTM and navigation system, among others, according to the degree of equipment.
“We continue to bet on sedans in our country, because we have a product portfolio that perfectly meets the demand of consumers looking for technology, design and above all comfort in a vehicle. With the arrival of the new Nissan Sentra we also offer a different driving experience, without leaving aside our Japanese DNA as one of our great differentials,” said Pablo Roca, Marketing Director of Nissan Argentina.
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