Torrentz will always love you. The Sentra nameplate 2015 nissan titan owner’s manual navigation pdf not used in Japan. Many other countries in South America sell their versions of the Sunny as the Sentra. B13 model is still sold under that name, alongside the updated models badged as Sentra.
Sentra in the entry-level area. The Sentra name was created for Nissan by Ira Bachrach of Namelab, and Bachrach describes the origin as “Nissan wanted consumers to understand that it was quite safe even though it was small. The word Sentra sounds like central as well as sentry, which evokes images of safety. United States under the nameplate of Nissan and using a model name instead of a number.
Transmission options were a four-speed manual, 5-speed manual or a three-speed automatic with lock-up torque converter. 39 for the coupe and 0. 40 for two- and four-door sedans. Sentra MPG the highest gasoline mileage among gasoline powered cars sold at that time, 43 miles per gallon in city and 58 miles per gallon in highway, a combined 48 miles per gallon. Curb weight of only 1875 pounds helped it to achieve that number.
The Sentra MPG was a special configuration that featured a three-way exhaust catalyst and an electronically controlled fuel metering unit to monitor the air-fuel mixture automatically and make adjustments to boost fuel mileage. 6,899 for the two-door XE hatchback coupe. Deluxe models added halogen headlamps, remote-locking gas filler door, carpeted trunk and rear wiper-washer on the wagon. Deluxe and XE offered tinted glass, trip odometer, vanity mirror, dual remote mirrors and door trim. Sunroof was available as an option. The Sentra quickly became a success, partly due to the appeal of low fuel consumption.
In its first year of sales, it was already the best-selling import in the U. 191,312 units sold of both cars. The Sentra ended the 1983 year as the eighth-most sold passenger car, with 209,889 units. The 1983 model-year introduced a 1.
Later that year the Sentra also received an electronically controlled carburetor. The 1985 model-year received minor exterior changes: aerodynamically styled headlamps, a new grille and blackwall tires replaced the old whitewall tires. A sporty SE option was introduced. The SE was only available in the two-door hatchback model and included alloy wheels, black lower body paint and black out grille. Also, automatic transmission was optional on all Sentras except two-door base sedan, MPG Diesel and SE coupe. Diesel engine was discontinued in the U.
B11 reliability as “better than average” in 1985. Some, by now rare, early models still had the Datsun badge but it was soon replaced by the Nissan badge. Also, the three-door hatchback was known as the Nissan Samurai and it was offered with a performance package called “Ninja” which included a low boost Turbo and Ninja stickers on the low side of the doors. Diesel engines were also offered in some models, but were rare and only available in North American 1987 models and in certain other parts of the world. The B12 carried over a radically modified 4-wheel independent suspension from the B11, with 4-wheel disc brakes an option in some parts of the world.