Nissan's redesigned Sentra has a sleeker, rounder shape and wider doors for easier entry. The new entry-level model will be introduced with Nissan's higher-performance 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine; the base 1.8-liter engine is underpowered and being retuned for introduction later. The car will be assembled in Mexico for the U.S. market with production beginning in February. The new Sentra was snapped last week during testing in the Southwest.
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