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2023 Nissan Sentra Is Unchanged, and so Is Its Price

What a concept! A car is unchanged year over year, and its pricing holds more or less firm. In 2023, such restraint on the part of an automaker is refreshing—most new cars keep getting pricier each year, even when they’re not all new or even mildly revised. The 2023 Nissan Sentra is just one example; nothing about it is different from the 2022 version, and the compact sedan’s price stays the same: $21,045 to start.

That’s for the least-expensive Sentra S model, the entry-level variant with standard Nissan Safety Shield 360 active safety features (forward collision warning, blind-spot monitoring, lane-departure warning, and automated emergency braking) and a 7.0-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. Stepping up to the mid-level Sentra SV nets buyers 16-inch aluminum wheels in place of steelies with hubcaps, a 7.0-inch gauge-cluster display, a larger 8.0-inch touchscreen, and adaptive cruise control. The price jumps to $22,265, a mere $140 more than last year’s Sentra SV MSRP.

At the top of the range is the Sentra SR, which runs $100 more this year—starting at $23,935—and adds LED headlights, 18-inch wheels, sportier body addenda, and darker trim. As before, an SR Midnight Package that darkens the theme further with black wheels and trim is available for $695.

2023 Nissan Sentra Pricing

Trim Level MSRP (w/ dest. incl. ) Price change vs. 2022
2023 Sentra S $21,045 $0
2023 Sentra SV $22,265 +$140
2023 Sentra SR $23,935 +$200
2023 Sentra SR Midnight Edition $24,630 +$140

Every Sentra is once again powered by a 149-hp 2.0-liter I-4 engine, which is capable of up to 39 mpg highway on S and SV models. It comes paired to a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT), a smooth but otherwise unexciting setup. The Sentra is not fast, but is on par, performance-wise, with the base-engine Honda Civics, Toyota Corollas, and Subaru Imprezas of the world.

The Nissan is less on par with other compact four-doors when it comes to price, in a good way. The Sentra’s $21,045 starting price undercuts those of the Honda Civic ($26,145), Toyota Corolla ($22,645), Volkswagen Jetta ($21,760 with the standard manual transmission, $22,550 with the Sentra-matching automatic), Subaru Impreza ($20,815 with the manual, $22,115 with the Sentra-matching automatic), and Hyundai Elantra ($21,765).

There are caveats, of course: The Corolla is far more powerful, with 169 ponies underhood (a new development for 2023); the Civic’s general quality and driver engagement is class-leading, if pricey; and the Subaru comes with all-wheel drive. But, hey, if you need an affordable sedan, the Sentra is fairly decent at most things, if unexceptional at any one specific thing—save for affordability, of course.

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