The Nissan Sentra has a loyal following who typically don’t care much about cars.These buyers are seeking basic and reliable transportation and nothing more. The current generation went on sale for 2013 and thanks to a 2016 refresh, has a slightly bolder appearance. But let’s not get too carried away; the Sentra is still anything from exciting. Okay, there are the SR Turbo and Nismo
variants, but neither one has that “wow” factor. Despite its overall boring resume, specifically in lower trims, the Sentra is hanging in there just fine. A total of 218,451 examples moved off dealership lots last year, representing a 1.7 percent increase from 2016.