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Nissan's chunky little monkey, the Sentra, got a redesign for 2007, giving it a more multifaceted look to match that of the company's flagship Maxima. The formerly entry-level Nissan (the newborn Versa will make it a second child in the US) is larger, more powerful and more luxurious than the aging model it replaces, with a new 2.0-liter four and standard six-speed manual (or Nissan's Xtronic CVT box). MSRP will be around $15,000.

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Nissan Delays New Sentra: Focus Groups Hated New Design [internal]