Prices for the redesigned 2013 Sentra start at $16,780, including the $790 destination charge. That is for a base S model with the standard six-speed manual transmission. An optional continuously variable automatic transmission adds $1,270 to the Sentra S model’s price. All other Sentras come with the CVT, with base prices (including destination) of $18,760 for the SV model, $19,660 for the SR and $20,550 for the SL.


FE+ versions of the S and SV that boost the highway fuel economy estimate to 40 mpg (compared with 39 mpg for other models with the CVT) cost $18,450 and $19,160, respectively.

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Answered by Rick Popely on December 17, 2012 in Nissan , Nissan Sentra , What Car Should I Buy? | Permalink

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