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2011 Nissan Sentra Photo
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/ 10
On Green
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$15,406
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$16,060
On Green
Because of its fuel economy ratings, which are unimpressive for a compact car, the 2011 Nissan Sentra isn't very green.
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27 mpg city, 34 highway (CVT); 24/31 (manual); 24/30 (SE-R CVT); 21/28 (SE-R Spec.
U.S. EPA

we only managed 24 mpg
CNET

we only managed a marginal 23 miles-per-gallon
Autoblog



A rather large subset of small-car shoppers look at compacts such as the Nissan Sentra because of their better fuel efficiency.

So it might come as a bit of a surprise that the Sentra actually isn't very good on gas; its EPA ratings, of just 24 mpg city, 31 highway, aren't much better combined than those of some mid-size sedans, and even with the more efficient CVT, ratings only rise to 27/34. The high-performance SE-R Spec.V rates only 21/28.

Conclusion

Because of its fuel economy ratings, which are unimpressive for a compact car, the 2011 Nissan Sentra isn't very green.

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