18th Jun 2001, 16:32

You plan on making a big tune-up?

Well I suggest you look under the rear seat for rust. Mine penetrated holes, gases and salt, were entering the car without noticing it lately. Patch those holes and you will breath better air.

18th Jun 2001, 16:35

Comment me at my review, please.

At 92 sentra (enjoy the ride, I sure did)

2nd Aug 2001, 21:16

I have a 1991 Nissan Sentra E. The car has 223000 miles on it, but still drives as well as the day it came from the manufacturer. It has a couple small spots of rust on it but I am planning on getting them repaired and the car repainted. As soon as this cars engine goes I will put a new engine in it because the car has been worth it to me.

4th Aug 2001, 11:53

I also own a 1992 Sentra E. That car is really something! It has 120 000 miles, no major problems at all. In fact, I have only spent $200 on it in the last two years (alternator and oil leak). I plan to keep it as long as possible. What I like the most about the car is the simple mechanicals that we find under the hood.

Enjoy the ride!

28th Mar 2003, 16:06

I also have a 92' Sentra "E" 5 spd, and I find this is a really reliable car. Before this one I had a 94' ford taurus, v6 3.8L Cop edition and its Tranny blew @ 117,000 miles!! My Sentra has close to 150,000 and nothing wrong yet. I need advise though as to where to get cheap, but good struts, b/c the stock ones are SHOT! Also I need advise as to where to find a cheap, but good clutch. Email me @ JLO_BOOTY@HOTMAIL.COM Please if you happen to know. Thanks a lot and enjoy the ride! ;)

Ps- (I also need fenders if anyone is willing to give them up, LOL) Thanks guys!

13th May 2005, 09:42

My first car was a 91' Sentra E that I got last summer. It probably had about 200,000 miles on it (the odometer stopped at 145,000.) I drove it until about January of this year.

Sometimes it wouldn't start, and the plugs would foul out a lot. We also replaced the O2 sensor. I loved the car though, and I still have it. Every now and then I think about fixing it up a bit.