The Nissan Sentra carries on with no major changes since its introduction in 2013. In 2019, it got slight changes in the front such as a new grille. It gets a 1.6-litre 4-cylinder engine, mated to a 5-speed manual transmission or a CVT. The 1.8-litre 4-cylinder engine is available in only CVT. Both engines are not available in all GCC countries. The 1.6S and 1.8S gets power steering, power mirrors, power windows, halogen headlamps, rear LED lamps, keyless entry, manual seats, AM/FM radio with CD/MP3/AUX/RDS support and 2 speakers and 15-inch steel wheels. The 1.6SV gets LED accent headlamps, intelligent key with engine push-start button, wood trim and 4 speakers. The 1.6 SV Sports gets fog lamps, leather steering, rear spoiler, 16-inch alloy wheels, rear parking sensors and indicators on side-view mirror. Both 1.6 SV and 1.8 SV sports have the option of USB/iPod connectivity, bluetooth, navigation, 5.8-inch display, rear view camera and 2 DIN face audio system with CD player. The 1.8 SV gets the same as S but with rear parking sensors and bluetooth. The 1.8 SL gets the same options as 1.6 SV Sports plus rear spoiler with brake lamp, 6 speakers and USB/iPod connectivity. The 1.8 SL Premium gets more features such as leather seats, sunroof, cruise control, dual-zone climate control A/C. The 1.8 SL and SL Premium have the option of adding navigation, 5.8-inch display, rear view camera and 2 DIN face audio system with CD player. Safety features include electronic brake-force distribution (EBD), ABS and Brake Assist (BA), along with driver and passenger front airbags. Only the 1.8 SL Premium gets side and curtain airbags.