For 2021, the Nissan Sentra compact sedan sees a base price increase of $400, with other trims getting an increase of around $200. For that extra cash, the base model now offers Apple CarPlay and Android Auto across the board and adds heated seats. And the SR model gains a manual transmission.
The sharply styled Sentra, which includes a floating-roof look normally reserved for more expensive segments, comes with Nissan Safety Shield 360 as standard. That means intelligent emergency braking with pedestrian detection, blind-spot warning, rear cross-traffic alert with braking, lane-departure warning, and high-beam assist. It also has driver alertness monitoring. Nissan says it has the most standard safety features in its class.
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For 2020, a six-speed stick was only offered on the base S trim but is now available on SR trim, which is aimed at buyers looking for a sportier Sentra including LED lights and orange-stitched interior.
While previously Android Auto and Apple CarPlay were limited to SV and above, they're now standard on S as well, while heated front seats have also become standard on that model, along with heated mirrors – all useful features for much of the year in Canada.
All Nissan Sentras are powered by a 149-hp 2.0L four-cylinder engine, with those not offering the manual getting an Xtronic CVT.
The 2021 Nissan Sentra is on sale now, starting from $19,198.
2021 Nissan Sentra Canadian Pricing
Sentra S 6MT: $19,198
Sentra S Xtronic: $20,798
Sentra SV Xtronic: $22,198
Sentra SV Xtronic Moonroof: $22,998
Sentra SR 6MT: $22,898
Sentra SR Xtronic: $24,198
Sentra SR Premium Xtronic: $26,198