2008 Nissan Sentra SE-R

Standard equipment includes a continuously variable automatic transmission with paddle shifter, front stabilizer bar, torsion beam rear suspension with an integrated stabilizer bar, full power accessories, alloy wheels, deck-lid spoiler and driving lights.

Other goodies include side sill spoilers, sport appearance headlights and taillights, air conditioning, aluminum pedal pads, roof mounted side curtain air bags, moon-roof package, oil pressure meter along with an acceleration, and deceleration G-Meter.

I didn’t have the equipment to time acceleration, but Autoweek says you can expect to hit 60 in seven or eight seconds. That’s not a figure that will worry some of its competition such as the Mazdaspeed 3 and Honda’s Civic Si, but it’s certainly fast enough to be a heck of a lot of fun.

This car is quite a little handler that throws itself into corners, stops on a dime and has little or no body lean. The only fly in the performance ointment is that the paddle shifters, while fun to use, are a bit too slow in responding; so gear changes aren’t as crystal clear and sharp as I’d like.

Of course, if you really want to go full tilt on the performance scale, you’ll probably want the Sentra Spec V anyway, which comes with a manual transmission, a 200-horsepower engine and a lot more street racing character. But you’ll also spend about $500 more.

What made me unhappy, however, was the lack of traction control and stability control, either as an option or as standard equipment. Even some cars smaller than the Sentra offer these things, and there’s no excuse in these safety conscious times for Sentras not to have them.

On the plus side, the Sentra SE-R is surprisingly roomy, more so than many of its competitors, and there’s real stretch out room in the back for your legs, too. And one of my favorite features is adjustable front cup holders that take just about any container at the spin of a button.

The bottom line, though, is that Sentra SE-R allows you to have the best of many worlds — fun driving, good mileage, plenty of room and decent performance.

This little road bomb can give you a joy ride down the highway while still delivering 24 miles per gallon city and 30 on the highway from its 2.5-liter, 177-horsepower, four-cylinder engine.

Better yet, for those of us who are cost conscious, you get a whole bunch of equipment for only $21,610.

The all new, sport-tuned 2008 Nissan Sentra SE-R is inspired by the streetwise swagger of Nissan’s legendary Skyline. This car is tough, and drives like a race car on steroids. If the standard 165 horsepower isn’t enough for you, perhaps you should opt for the 2008 Nissan Sentra SE-R Spec V, with its 175 horsepower, and 6-speed manual transmission. Whichever model you choose, we’re certain you’ll like what you drive. We have been so excited about this car, that we’ve been developing this 2008 Nissan 2008 SE-R for months. It is our pleasure to present this to you now, and we encourage you to check back again soon for additional information about Nissan accessories and 2008 SE-R parts.

Who said that looks aren’t everything? As Road & Track said in its October 2001 review, “Spec V positively screams ferocity.” Standard exterior features on both models include mesh grilles, extra-big foglights, rear spoiler, side spoilers, and 16- or 17-inch alloy wheels. Standard interior features consist of amenities such as an 8-way adjustable drivers seats, 60/40 split-fold down rear seats, leather-wrapped manual-transmission shift knobs, race-type bucket seats, sport-style leather-wrapped steering wheels, and monster nine-speaker, 300-watt CD audio systems. The cars come available with a host of 2008 Nissan SE-R accessories, as well, including sunroof wind deflectors, wheel locks, floor mats, and rigid trunk organizers. Make the 2008 Nissan SE-R part of your life today. You won’t regret it.

Specs for the 2008 Nissan Sentra SE-R SE-R models read like a dream. In the 2008 Sentra SE-R, you get 165 horsepower with 175 pounds per foot of torque. In the Sentra SE-R Spec V, you’re treated to a whopping 175 horsepower with 180 pounds-per-foot of torque. A double-overhead-cam, 4-valves-per-cylinder design keeps this engine breathing at a perfect pitch. Loads of aluminum in the block, heads, and pistons, plus hollowed-out camshafts make sure you’re rolling quickly. And a sophisticated electronic drive-by-wire system eliminates the throttle cable for nearly instant acceleration.

Scribbled on April 28th 2008 in Nissan, Nissan Sentra
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