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2002 Nissan Sentra SE-R Spec V - Sedan 2.5L Manual

starting from $2,063
22 city / 28 highway mpg

overview

Passenger Doors

4

Passenger Capacity

5

Transmission

6-speed manual transmission

Drive type

Front Wheel Drive

0-60 mph

7.18 sec

engine

Horsepower

175 hp

Horsepower RPM

6,000

Torque

180 ft-lbs.

Torque RPM

4,000

Cylinders

4

Base engine size

2.50 L

Engine type

Gas

drivetrain

Transmission

6-speed manual transmission

First Gear Ratio

3.42

Second Gear Ratio

1.94

Third Gear Ratio

1.26

Fourth Gear Ratio

0.95

Fifth Gear Ratio

0.77

Sixth Gear Ratio

0.63

Final Drive Axle Ratio

4.43

Reverse Ratio

3.25

suspension and brakes

Front Suspension Type

MacPherson Strut

Rear Suspension Type

Multi-Link Beam

Front Brakes

Front Disc Brakes

Rear Brakes

Rear Disc Brakes

Rear Drum Brake Dimensions

NA in.

ABS Brakes Type

NA

tires and wheels

Front Tire Size

P215/45ZR17

Rear Tire Size

P215/45HR17

Rear Tire Size

P215/45HR17

Spare Tire Size

Compact

Front Wheel Material

Aluminum

Rear Wheel Material

Aluminum

Spare Wheel Material

Steel

weights and capacities

Curb weight

2,771 lbs.

Fuel tank capacity

13.20 gal.

Dead Weight Hitch - Max Tongue Weight

100 lbs

Dead Weight Hitch - Max Trailer Weight

1,000 lbs

exterior dimensions

Length

177.50 in.

Width

67.30

Height

55.50 in.

Wheelbase

99.80 in.

Front track

58.10 in.

Rear track

57.30 in.

Turning circle

38.40 ft.

interior dimensions

Front head room

39.90 in.

Front leg room

41.60 in.

Front shoulder room

52.50 in.

Front hip room

52.10 in.

Rear head room

37.00 in.

Rear leg room

33.70 in.

Rear shoulder room

52.60 in.

Rear hip room

52.30 in.

Other Features


  • 3-point ALR/ELR seat belts for all seating positions
  • Child safety rear door locks
  • Child safety seat anchorage system
  • Driver & front passenger airbags
  • Emergency trunk release (located inside trunk)
  • Front seatbelt pretensioners
  • Front/rear crumple zones
  • Pipe-style steel door beams
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