The bold new look is backed up with an interior that is now one of the best cabins in the compact sedan segment. The layout is fantastic, with plenty of space and storage, while the tech is good too, with a simple-to-use touchscreen passing off navigation duties to Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. We especially like the three circular air vents, which wouldn’t look out of place in a Mercedes-Benz.
Nissan’s zero-gravity seats are the most comfortable chairs in this entire segment and in the back, rear passengers have plenty of legroom and a USB port to charge their devices. The charcoal leather seats with orange stitching on the SR Premium Package look sporty and the diamond-stitched pattern found on the lower SV Premium Package is also well-executed.