The current Nissan Sentra will be undergoing a midcycle refresh in the next few months and the senior vice president of sales, marketing, and operations, Fred Diaz says the refresh makes it "almost all new.
"It will be an incredibly freshened Sentra," said Diaz.
The refresh will include number changes to the styling - most likely bringing it in line with the V-Motion language - and enhancements to the technology.
Now this an interesting thing to say since the current Sentra is doing quite well. Automotive News reports that Nissan moved 183,268 Sentras last year, up 42 percent when compared to 2013 and marked the best sales for the model in 25 years. Diaz said that the company doesn't have any concern about the current model in terms of sales. But he does say automakers have to stay fresh.
Source: Automotive News (Subscription Required)