Sentra Spec V
I do have a Package
he Sentra finally crossed over into the "compact" class for 2000. Production shifted from Smyrna, Tennessee to Aguascalientes, Mexico, and the Smyrna production line was retooled to build the Nissan Xterra. The 1.6 L engine was dropped in favor of a 1.8 L (126 hp) QG18DE. Several upgrades were added compared to the last Sentra. The new model featured a new interior with higher quality plastics and more comfortable seats. The exterior was also substanically updated and now featured body-side moldings and clear headlights. In 2002, the SE became the SE-R (165 hp) again and traded its SR20DE engine for the Altima's torquier but lower-revving QR25DE. The SE-R also came with a 6-speed manual transmission, which was called the SE-R Spec-V (175 hp). 2004 saw a facelift for all Sentras. Nissan also started cost-cutting and took the front stabilizer bar out of 1.8 L models
2004 Nissan Sentra Spec V (SHILVER)
Si front lip (DURP), sticker!
Wheel and Tire