Some people shout about their small car success. But not Nissan. No sir. They quietly plug along making Sentras. There's something to admire there.

The 1995 Sentra gets bigger and more comfortable, like any small car does when it gets redesigned. MotorWeek liked the old Sentra, but this one is a bit more generic than they'd prefer.

It just won't stand out!

It doesn't have a tach, but everything adjusts. Just look at that steering wheel adjust action! It even has a casette player. And yes, that bad boy is standard.

It also looks crazy in the slalom. And we see, for the second day in a row, MotorWeek going nuts with some slo-mo action.

Ok, enough of me. Get involved with the Sentra.

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