The 2010 Nissan Sentra, now available in dealerships, has undergone some minor changes to its appearance.
Also, you can now opt for a color navigation/entertainment system.
But the best change for the new Sentra is the price, which has fallen by as much as $1100.
With its updated styling, Nisaan got rid of the orange screen multi-media interface.
Now you get a color screen with available backup camera.
But you really can get excited about the price decline, which is down $130 from the 2009 MSRP of the base 2.0 CVT (now $16,600), $1100 from the 2.0 SL (now $18,560), and $1080 from the SE-R ($19,580) and Spec V ($20,080) editions.
That's the kind of pricing consumers need in this economy.