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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