Good and not so good interior features of the b14...
-I like the auto down driver side window button (for lack of better words)
-Good placement of the hazard and rear defrost buttons
-Good AC and Heat controls
-I like having a lever to push to open the gas tank door
Yea pretty lame
-The placement of the cupholder sucks
-My knob to adjust the side mirrors must be broken cause it blows
-No center arm rest
-No lights at night for the auto shifter (not that it really matters, but i still don't understand why they arent their, or are mine just broken?)
I don't know why i really wrote this, i was just thinking about it while driving home from my g/f's house
Anyone else feel free to chime in with your likes and dislikes...
I hate that my elbow hits the sidebolster in my dad's B14 when I shift into second.
I had a '93 Sentra Classic (B12)
Mom's got an '03 Altima 2.5S
Dad had a '98 Sentra GXE
Current "rides": 2000 Kona Caldera "Callie", 1996 Specialized Hard Rock "Betty"
i think they need all four windows auto and the cup holder sucks also i dont like the visors mine r falling apart ineed new ons and the material is comeing off the celing
hot chicks aren't going to be like...."hey i think i'm tired of these buffed guys on stage with big dicks and shaved balls...but wow, check out that fat balding nerd with hair coming out of his turtleneck sitting in the corner there...mmmmm"
Originally posted by G_Funk013 I wish they sold the armrest in the tan color. They only have grey and black.
when i bought my armrest they told me they only have gray and brown. i made him re-check and he found me the black one i wanted listed under the 1999.5 sentra. i'm not sure what the brown would look like, but i would think nissan made armrests to match the 3 existing interior colors......
call up your local parts dept. and make em check..
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