Driven, 2017 Nissan Sentra NISMO
Every epoch of the Nissan Sentra since the early decades has grew an antimonopoly deviation. Most of these hotted-up tiny automobiles have worn the SE-R emblem, a name that gained an antimonopoly asset of credibility after the B13-epoch Sentra SE-R caught supporters’ whists thanks to its high enjoyable-per-dollar ratio.
Now to strengthen up its NISMO performance arm, Nissan has put that name on the actual Sentra performance deviation. It helps make a relation among all of Nissan’s performance-oriented benefactions, being the joint NISMO and NISMO RS, the 370Z NISMO, and the top-dog, 600-hp GT-R NISMO. But the Sentra NISMO is not a racetrack-slaying, high-performance critter.
Far from it, in information, given that it has just 188 horsepower and 177 lb-ft of torque from a 1.6-liter turbocharged four-cylinder. That’s less than was supplied in the last Sentra SE-R (accessible from 2007–2012), which had 200 horsepower and 180 lb-ft of torque from a 2.5-liter four-cylinder motor. It’s also far abbreviated of the Volkswagen GTI (210 or 220 hp), the Ford Focus ST (252 hp), and the Subaru WRX (268 hp).