Sell a Nissan Sentra for scrap with Junk Car Medics. Sell Nissan Sentra for the highest possible scrap value using our nationwide network of cash junk car buyers. The current scrap value of the Nissan Sentra ranges from $95 to $2855.
The Nissan Sentra is the 15th most commonly junked car, according to Junk Car Medics.
Junk Car Medics network of car buyers purchases Nissan Sentra in all conditions. When the time to sell a Nissan Sentra, get a free offer online or by phone.
Sell a Nissan Sentra for cash with Junk Car Medics. Sell Nissan Sentras for the highest possible value using our nationwide network of cash car buyers. One can sell a Nissan Sentra for more money when it is drivable and in good condition.
Junk Car Medics network of car buyers purchases Nissan Sentras in all conditions. When it is time to sell a Nissan Sentra, get a free offer online or by phone.
The Nissan Sentra is one of Nissan’s oldest nameplates. It made its debut in 1982 and is currently in its eighth generation. The Sentra typically comes with a four-cylinder gasoline engine, though eighth-generation models also have a hybrid engine option.
While the Sentra is considered a compact car, the EPA has classified it as a mid-size sedan since 2007 because of its interior size. Previously assembled in Smyrna, Tennessee, Nissan began assembling Sentra models intended for the North American market at an assembly plant in Aguascalientes, Mexico, in 2019.
A vehicle renowned for its roomy cabin, fuel economy, and smooth ride, the Nissan Sentra is one of Nissan’s best-selling models in North America. Big on practical features, the Sentra has various standard safety features included as part of Nissan’s Standard Safety Shield® suite, such as:
- Automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection
- Rear automatic braking
- Blind spot warning
- Lane departure warning
- Rear cross-traffic alert
- High beam assist
Besides these standard safety features, some other advanced safety features available on the Sentra’s higher-end trims include:
- Anti-lock braking system
- Traction control system
- Advanced airbag system
- Tire pressure monitoring system
- LATCH system for child safety
Nonetheless, while it's packed with many safety features, the Nissan Sentra is still vulnerable to accidents like other cars. Luckily, its parts can be sold off as scrap if rendered inoperable or irreparable because of an accident or other mishap. The average scrap price of the Nissan Sentra is $391, compared to the national average of $580. This compares unfavorably to similar sedans like the Honda Civic and Mazda3, valued at $565 and $426, respectively.
What is a Nissan Sentra's current scrap value?
The Nissan Sentra's current scrap value is $623, with a range of $170 - $2450 for the last 30 days, on average. Comparably, the current scrap value for all vehicles over the same time period is $541, a difference of 15 %.
What is a Nissan Sentra's Yearly scrap value?
The Nissan Sentra's yearly scrap value is $623, with a range of $95 - $2855, on average. Comparably, the current scrap value for all vehicles over the same time period is $610, a difference of 2 %.
Here are the current average junk car values of comparable models to a Nissan Sentra:
- Sell Honda Civic ~ $619
- Sell Toyota Corolla ~ $626
- Sell Hyundai Elantra ~ $698
- Sell Kia Forte ~ $516
- Sell Ford Focus ~ $500
What is the Nissan Sentra Used Car Value?
The used car value of a Nissan Sentra refers to its value after depreciation. At Junk Medics, we determine the used car value of a vehicle by considering various factors, such as:
- The vehicle’s condition
- The vehicle’s model year and age
- The vehicle’s mileage
- The vehicle’s weight
Besides these factors, we also consider current scrap metal prices. Moreover, we also consider the vehicle’s location. After considering these factors, we’ll give you a free estimate and cash offer for your used car.
While the standard payout for a Nissan Sentra typically starts at $100, we offer at least $500 cash for most scrap cars. Here are some recent offers we’ve made for Nissan Sentra sedans.
|Vehicle||Average Used Car Value|
|2010 Nissan Sentra||$670|
|2011 Nissan Sentra||$560|
|2014 Nissan Sentra||$1,340|
|2015 Nissan Sentra||$700|
|2016 Nissan Sentra||$1,670|
How Much Does a Nissan Sentra Weigh in Tons?
The Nissan Sentra weighs between 1.1 to 1.5 tons. Here are the weights of some Sentra models across several model years.
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Generally, the Nissan Sentra’s weight varies based on the model year, engine, and trim level. First-generation models are typically lighter than their successors. Moreover, models with 1.6 or 1.8-liter engines are lighter than their counterparts with 2.0 or 2.5-liter engines. Finally, base models typically weigh less than high-end trims with extra features. Here’s the average vehicle weight of other cars compared to the Nissan Sentra.
How Much Are Nissan Sentra Worth in Scrap by Year?
Sentra models released recently fetch better prices than older models. For instance, eighth-generation Nissan Sentra models introduced in 2019 typically sell for more than their predecessors. Nonetheless, it’s important to note that Sentra models in good condition with valuable parts sell for more than run-down models, regardless of the model year. Here are some Sentra models from different years and their average scrap values.
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What Are Recent Junk Car Prices and Values of Nissan Sentra?
Here are 15 recent junk car values for Nissan Sentra.
What Are Common Problems of Nissan Sentra?
According to the J.D Power Rating, which rates vehicle reliability on a scale of 0 to 100, the Nissan Sentra has a predicted reliability score ranging between 75 to 86. Models with ratings between 81 to 90 are considered great, while those with ratings between 70 to 80 are considered average. These ratings show the Nissan Sentra is a relatively dependable vehicle.
However, like other vehicles it isn’t free from problems. Here are some common Nissan Sentra problems.
- Defective brakes: Some Sentra owners have reported that the car’s brake pedal doesn’t engage when stepped on, forcing them to exert more pressure than ideally required.
- Suspension issues: Some Sentra owners have complained about problems with the suspension, resulting in thumping or rattling noises when they drive at high speed.
- Steering issues: Some Sentra owners have reported issues with the power steering. Sometimes it can feel stiff, making the car difficult to drive.
- Transmission issues: This issue affects various Nissan models other than the Sentra, particularly models with CVT transmission. The vehicle sometimes jerks, shakes, or even stalls.
- Low-quality paint job: This issue mainly affects 2016 Sentra models. The paint on these models is prone to fading fast or flaking off, making the car look unsightly.
These are just some of the problems affecting Nissan Sentra cars. If you have an issue we haven’t mentioned above, here are some other common vehicle problems you may have encountered.
What Are The Values of Nissan Sentra Scrap Car Parts?
While Nissan previously assembled Sentra models for the North American market in Mexico, the company later started assembling Sentra models for the region at a plant in Canton, Mississippi. As a result, Nissan Sentra scrap parts are fairly affordable because they are locally available at many scrapyards.
How Much is a Scrap Catalytic Converter From a Nissan Sentra Worth?
According to Cost Safety, the scrap price for a Nissan catalytic converter ranges between $220 to $350. Generally, most catalytic converters sold off as scrap cost between $300 to $1,500, so the Sentra compares unfavorably to other vehicles.
The value of cat converters varies depending on the precious metals contained in the converter, the current scrap prices of precious metals, the catalytic converter’s conditions, and the car’s location.
How much does it cost to replace a catalytic converter on a Nissan Sentra?
According to RepairPal, Nissan Sentra catalytic converters cost between $2,431 and $2,436. Meanwhile, the labor cost to replace a Nissan Murano catalytic converter ranges between $209 and $264. Therefore the total cost of replacing a Nissan Altima catalytic converter ranges between $2,640 and $2,700.
However, bear in mind these costs are exclusive of taxes and fees. Moreover, catalytic converter replacement costs may vary significantly from location to location and from one auto repair shop to another.
Sell Other Nissans
Junk Car Medics makes it quick, easy, and painless to sell junk Nissans. Sell any Nissan for cash using our rewarding process.
- Sell My Nissan Altima - It’s a mid-size sedan with stylish looks and a spacious interior.
- Sell My Nissan Maxima - It’s Nissan’s flagship sedan model in the U.S.
- Sell My Nissan Murano - It’s a mid-size crossover SUV that’s a popular choice for small families because of its spacious cabin.
- Sell My Nissan Pathfinder - It’s an SUV that’s a popular choice for large families because it seats up to eight people and offers ample cargo space.
- Sell My Nissan Xterra - It’s a compact SUV Nissan discontinued after only two generations.
Besides these models, we purchase various other Nissan models. Contact us online or call us at 1-855-587-0227 to get a free estimate and cash offer for your car.
We Pay Cash for Nissan Sentra Cars
An inoperable or irreparable Nissan Sentra isn’t worthless. You can get a great offer if it’s still in relatively good condition or has valuable parts. So, don’t let your scrap car languish in your driveway or garage. Contact us today to get an estimate and cash offer for your vehicle.