Overview & Reviews
All Nissan Sentra trim levels gain new standard equipment for 2015. Base S models get cruise control, a USB connection port, Bluetooth phone connection, steering wheel audio controls and automatic headlights, while the midgrade SV now has keyless entry and ignition, a color audio display, a rearview camera, Bluetooth audio connectivity, integrated smartphone apps, satellite radio and leather accents. The sporty 2015 Nissan Sentra SR also picks up the keyless ignition, along with heated front seats and heated outside mirrors. Finally, rear disc brakes are now standard on the SR and SL trim levels.
- High fuel economy
- Generous trunk space
- Upscale and spacious interior
- Priced lower than many rivals
- Useful infotainment features.
- Underwhelming acceleration
- Sometimes odd transmission programming.
User Reviews:Showing 1 through 6 of 6.00
For the basic Nissan Sentra 2015 - 2015 Nissan Sentra
By Laura - June 27 - 11:44 am
I love my car, but I have had a few issues. The first months I had it the left side of the steering wheel would not work. I couldnt change the radio station or make calls tried calling the dealership but unless they actually see it happening there is nothing wrong with the car, also the windshield wiper randomly flew off, also called the dealership but blamed it on taking it for a carwash, if that is true or not I would not know. But my biggest issue that I continue to have is the button on the key to open the trunk, that button is soooo sensitive. Anything will make it go off, I go into a store and on several occassions come back to an open trunk, when all I did was put the key in my bag. I have had valuable stuff in my car, its come to the point that if I wake up in the middle of the night I check up on my kid and on my car to make sure the trunk did not open. This has not happened just to myself it has happened to my sister so I know its not just me doing something wrong.
New Wheels! - 2015 Nissan Sentra
By Kathy Caissie - November 22 - 9:10 pm
This is a great car. My very first brand new car and I love it. I purchased at Commonwealth Motors in Lawrence and the sales team is great - would highly recommend to anyone!
beware... - 2015 Nissan Sentra
By Bill Voelkel - May 17 - 9:04 am
Navigation does not come in 3d..even though it says it does..only 2d..I have to keep on reconnecting my bluetooth every time I start my car...Make sure your phone is on there list of phones that will pair before purchasing...My auto select for my lights doesn't work already and car is less then a month old..I got upgraded bose stereo system and have alot of static all the time..Gas mileage is no where near as advertised...The car does drive nice but all these little annoying things ruin your driving experience...
6 speed manual - 2015 Nissan Sentra
By Verne - March 5 - 7:25 am
I can not speak to the long term aspects as have only owned my car for a month. When I bought it I could not find any reviews on gas mileage. I currently own a 2014 Camry SE. While not quite as comfortable and roomy as the Camry, it is fun to drive and in the in town mileage is 35.5 mpg. I like the cruise control location much better on the Sentra and it still is comfortable, quiet and the trunk is roomy for its side. At 50, it will get will get 50 miles per gallon. For an inexpensive car, there is no equal. I shopped Corolla, Civic, and Focus.
Buyng & Driving the car was easy, dealing with WC - 2015 Nissan Sentra
By Debra - October 17 - 3:13 am
I would recommend this car. I feel that it is a good car for the price. However, I would not recommend buying it from Wesley Chapel Nissan. Everyone there was very pleasant and all were accommodating while I was there. Since leaving the dealership, which was about one month ago, I have not been able to get anyone to return my calls or emails.
2015 Not bad total but very poor interior desgin - 2015 Nissan Sentra
By Hom Jar - April 4 - 10:59 am
Pro: I put 6500 miles on my 2015 Sentra, I bought it new for $14K it has AC, AT, auto lock and auto window. Car runs good and (according to car computer at least) it does get good mileage (unless rigged to give favorable readings). it handles well with adequate power. One big con is the interior design: the center console between front seats serves no purpose, almost zero storage, no arm rest and very cheap cup holders; they did not spend a penny on this thing. The glove box is also useless without side walls every thing falls down when you open it. Almost no inside storage. Trunk is good and spacious, the inside (rear seats) seems to be better space than 2013 Corolla I had, if they had paid attention to interior design it would have been a better can than the Corolla. The car is worth 13 to Max $14K, it is not worth to spend more.