Its a surprise that performance is the main attraction for Nissans smallest U.S. model in 2002. Namely, the Sentra SE-R absent since 1994 is coming back, fitted with a 165-horsepower, 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine. A Spec V edition gets 10 extra horses and a six-speed-... Read Full Report
Pocket rockets are to muscle cars what sprinters are to fullbacks. They are quick and skittish in a torquey sort of way, but when it comes to straight ahead, powerful bashing, forget it. It's lightning speed vs. brute strength. But now comes the new Sentra SE-R, and specifically the hotter, as tested, Spec V model. It still has the finer attributes of a pocket rocket - wide torque th... Read full review for the 2002 Nissan Sentra
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Pros: snappy acceleration, great in the turns, nice bucket seats, engine is flawless since I've owned and loves to be beat on Cons: Clunky shifting (common on spec V's according to the forums), Exter... Read Full Review
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