A few months back we looked at the Nissan Altima, now we are switching gears to check out the Sentra. At the Los Angeles Car Show Nissan showcased the 2016 Sentra. There are have some modifications and new designs for the new model. After 30 years on the road and more than 4 million Sentra models sold in the United States alone, the 2016 Sentra seeks to keep the momentum of Nissan’s compact sedan going with a significantly refreshed design.

The exciting exterior changes reflect Nissan’s new design language, bringing the elegant and refined look of the Sentra closer to the bold redesigned 2016 Maxima and Altima.  A new front fascia, grille, fenders, hood and signature boomerang-shaped headlights help to create this look.

The roomy interior will have a number of fresh features ranging from a new steering wheel to a new center cluster and audio display design. The 2016 Sentra will also be the most connected ever, offering technology options like Siri Eyes Free Voice Recognition and NissanConnectSM Services powered by SiriusXM for the first time.  NissanConnectSM offers emergency preparedness, remote access, customizable alerts and concierge services.

In addition to the 2016 Sentra, Nissan is launching the JUKE “Stinger Edition by Color Studio” in LA. After successfully introducing the “Color Studio” program with JUKE last year, Nissan is now offering two limited production JUKE SV models – the Black Stinger Edition by Color Studio and Yellow Stinger Edition by Color Studio. These bring together two of the most popular colors – yellow and black – with the most frequently ordered accessories from Color Studio. Both models will be available beginning in January 2016.

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