The 2022 Nissan Sentra is entirely competent, but it doesn’t stand out from its rivals in any meaningful way. Sure, the Sentra’s styling makes a statement, its interior is nicely trimmed and this car is a good value, but a few notable drawbacks detract from an otherwise pleasant experience.

The 2022 Sentra is now offered with a Midnight Edition Package. Available on the top-shelf SR grade, this options group blacks out the grille, exterior trim and 18-inch wheels for a more sinister look. Midrange SV models can now be had with an all-weather package, which includes dual-zone climate control, a heated steering wheel, butt-warming front seats and remote start. These changes are modest, but they still help the Sentra keep pace with other, more premium-feeling small sedans.

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