NISSAN SENTRA 1.6 EXCELLENT CONDITION – Steer Well Auto
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NISSAN SENTRA 1.6 EXCELLENT CONDITION FOR SALE IN DUBAI

Our price AED21 ,000
Included 5% VAT

Body Sedan
Mileage 137,252 km
Fuel type Gasoline
Engine 1800cc
Power 130 hp @ 600 RPM
Number of Seat 5 Seats
Year 2015
Transmission Automatic
Drive FWD
Exterior Color White
Interior Color Grey
History N/A
Stock id 0109
Feature
  • ABS
  • Air conditioning
  • AUX audio in
  • Bluetooth
  • Central locking
  • Climate control
  • MP3 interface
  • Power locks
  • Power Steering
  • Power windows
  • Tuner/radio
Vehicle Description

If you want a car that’s exciting, refined and stylish sports sedan in dubai? it doesn’t mean you have to pay a fortune for a true luxury sedan. The 2017 Nissan Maxima in Dubai is a step above the typical family sedan experience but still reasonably affordable. Its modestly sized interior and non-luxury badge may be issues given its price, but we ultimately think you’re going to like the niche-oriented Maxima.

It’s time to stop pressuring the Maxima SV top of the range sports sedan to live up to its billing as a four-door sports car and accept it for what it is: a bargain-priced luxury car from steer well auto. A gutsy 3.5-liter V-6 makes 300 hp and drives the front wheels through a CVT engine. The cabin is quiet, has an 8.0-inch touchscreen with nav and Apple CarPlay (no Android Auto), and can be fitted with diamond-quilted seat inserts, mahogany wood trim, and ambient lighting. Automated emergency braking is standard and adaptive cruise control.

On back roads, the top Maxima gives a surprisingly good account of itself, with a buttoned-down chassis and suspension tuning that’s firm enough to keep cornering attitudes reasonably level and responses to steering inputs reasonably promptly.

Press the throttle hard in a decreasing-radius turn and the results are predictable: understeer progressing from undeniable to epic. There’s a Sport mode to sharpen responses a bit, but the phenomenon is the same—front-drive is front-drive, and the trait is common to all the Maxima’s premium competitors.