The Inside

The SE-R is dolled-up with a black interior and sport bucket seats. The cloth upholstery, embroidered with the SE-R logo, is a step up from the regular Sentra, but I found the seats marginal in terms of comfort. A driver's seat height adjustment is standard, though. Also distinguishing the SE-R versions are aluminum pedals and a leather steering wheel and shift knob. The Spec V adds red steering-wheel stitching and red seat belts. Two dashtop gauges display oil pressure and a g-force meter for acceleration and braking (erroneously called a lateral g meter in the video; my bad).

Overall interior quality is decent but not great. On the regular Sentra, the stakes aren't as high; being a sport compact, this model goes up against the GTI, a well-appointed bank vault on wheels.

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    Connecting iPod®
    To connect an iPod® to the vehicle so that the iPod® can be controlled with the audio system controls and display screen, use the USB jack located in the center console. Open the protectiv ...

    Climate control seat switch (if so equipped)
    The climate controlled seat warms up or cools down the front seat by blowing warm or cool air from the surface of the seat. The climate control switch is located on the center console. The cl ...

    Receiving a call
    When you hear the ring tone, press the button on the steering wheel. Once the call has ended, press the button on the steering wheel. NOTE: If you do not wish to take the call when you ...