Comparing the two sedans, you will see they are quite competitive on performance. In fact, they both get an average of 33 MPG combined, which makes them fuel efficient choices. However, the 2020 Nissan Sentra comes with a bigger base engine with a 2.0L I-4, which gets up to 149 horsepower over the 1.8L with 139 horsepower for the Corolla. Both models are front-wheel drive with a two-speed CVT. Torque is another area where the Sentra shines with 146 lb.-ft over 126 lb.-ft for the Corolla.
Toyota and Nissan understand the importance of technology for drivers and passengers. Both models offer easy pairing with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. However, only the 2020 Nissan Sentra includes USB ports on the base trim for additional connectivity. The Sentra also features a proximity key as standard for added convenience. Bluetooth and voice recognition are standard on both models along with a touchscreen.
Passengers will enjoy ample room in these compact sedans with plenty of space for their personal items. However, the 2020 Nissan Sentra comes out ahead in passenger volume tat 96 cubic feet as opposed to 89 cubic feet for the Toyota. Stretch out in the front seat with two extra inches of legroom in the Sentra and almost 2-1/2 inches of shoulder room. Rear legroom is almost identical for both sedans while the Sentra provides about two more inches of rear hip room and almost three extra inches of rear shoulder room. You’ll have plenty of space for your luggage with 14.3 cubic feet of cargo space in the Nissan over 13.1 cubic feet in the Toyota.
Feel secure in either sedan as you drive with the latest safety systems and outstanding warranties. However, you may find more peace of mind in the 2020 Nissan Sentra, which comes with a 36-month/36,000-mile roadside assistance. The Toyota Corolla also provides roadside assistance but only for 24 months. Both models offer a full set of airbags with the Nissan providing knee protection airbags for the front passenger as well as the driver. The Toyota makes knee protection airbags standard for the driver. Parking assist is standard on the Sentra, but not available on the base trim of the Corolla. Both sedans do include lane departure warning. Get remote keyless entry as an option on the Toyota while Nissan makes it standard. As you move up trim levels, you’ll find that both models continue to add more features to entice buyers
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