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Nissan Sentra offers Bluetooth, iPod connection

CNET Car Tech reviews the 2010 Nissan Sentra.

Nissan Sentra
Nissan's Sentra belongs in a small car segment that has recently been undercut by a set of even smaller cars, including Nissan's own Versa. The current Sentra got its most recent update in 2006, but cabin tech improvements make it a reasonable car for 2010.
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Nissan Sentra
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A few good features help make the Nissan Sentra a solid daily driver. The Bluetooth phone system, which lets you voice dial by name, is an exceptional feature. The continuously variable transmission is a far better choice for a small car than a fixed-gear automatic. Although we were happy to find an iPhone port, the interface leaves a lot to be desired. And cars like the Sentra, Corolla, and Civic have a tough time justifying themselves these days, with models such as the Fit and Nissan's own Versa nipping at their heels.

Check out our 2010 Nissan Sentra S review.