The 2019 Nissan B13 Se-R looks so beautiful that people will surely love to buy it. The B13 Se-R comes up with the best doors which allow the passenger a keyless entry into the car. The B13 Se-R has made somewhat similar to their past cars but enhanced his safety features with many of the modern technology in it. New B13 Se-R has special features of crash avoidance. To change lanes, it has a sensor inbuilt on it which send a message to the driver to while changing lane. These days, you’d be forgiven for dismissing the Nissan B13 Se-R as just another eco-box for the daily A-to-B grind, but that wasn’t always the case.
Believe it or not, there once was a B13 Se-R designed for brace yourself fun. It was called the SE-R, and it was a glorious thing indeed, boasting a torque four-cylinder engine, responsive suspension, and a price tag with room for aftermarket race tires. Unfortunately, the B13 Se-R SE-R got shelved after the 2012 model year, causing enthusiasts to feel a bit left out in the cold. Luckily, Nissan is correcting that mistake, and now, there’s a new performance B13 Se-R on the scene. This time around, however, it bears the Nismo nameplate, and compared to the standard-issue B13 Se-R, it’s got a fresh exterior, race-inspired interior, and sharpened handling.
The 2019 Nissan B13 Se-R just got a refresh for the 2017 model year, echoing aesthetic updates first seen on the Altima, Maxima, and Murano by way of Nissan’s new “Energetic Flow” design language. The biggest changes are to the front fascia, which gains the characteristic “V-Motion” grille and boomerang-shaped headlights. The boomerang shape was also used for the tail lights, which are connected by a strip of chrome fitted to the trunk lid. More chrome is used on the window surrounds, effectively tying together the nose and tail with shiny metal front to back. Starting things off are unique bucket seats for both front passengers, offering large side bolsters and branded with the Nismo logo below the headrest.
Covered in black Alcantara and lined with offset red stitching, the seats definitely find a nice balance between performance and backside coddling. The rear bench offers the same trio of seating appointments as the standard 2019 Nissan B13 Se-R, but like the front seats, it comes upholstered in black Alcantara with red stitching. Additional soft-touch materials are added to the door panels and instrument panel. Moving back up front, we find further driver-oriented features, such as a three-spoke steering wheel wrapped in Alcantara and leather, and topped with a red center mark. The shift knob is also wrapped in leather. Below, the driver’s feet get the option for three pedals (more on that in a bit). The instrument cluster is upgraded with a Nismo-specific tachometer and speedometer.
Both gauges get a black backing and white numbers. Mounted between these two analogue gauges is a 5.0-inch digital Advanced Drive-Assist Display for basic info like available range, the time, outside temperature, etc. Below and to the right of the steering wheel is a push button starter, ringed in red. Further features include faux carbon fiber trim (of course), which is added to the central tunnel and doors. You also get Nismo-branded carpeting, a dark headliner, red accent stripes, and a plethora of Nismo badges throughout the cabin. On the infotainment front, the 2019 Nissan B13 Se-R Nismo comes standard with an AM/FM/CD head unit and 5.0-inch color display, Sirius XM radio capability, Siri Eyes Free voice recognition, and iPhone/Android smartphone integration.
There’s also a sliding armrest, keyless entry, a RearView Monitor, power windows with one-touch up/down on the driver’s side, power locks, a remote trunk release, and a remote fuel filler release. Optional equipment is limited, but folks looking for a more upscale interior can select the Nismo Premium Package, which throws in NissanConnectSM with Navigation and Mobile Apps, a larger 5.8-inch color display, Nissan’s voice recognition feature for audio and navigation control, Sirius XM Traffic, Sirius XM Travel Link, and a Bose audio system with eight speakers.
Unfortunately, the powertrain is one area where we didn’t quite nail it with our speculative review. Originally, we were thinking the 2019 Nissan B13 Se-R’ 1.8-liter four-cylinder would get turbocharged, boosting it from 130 horsepower and 128 pound-feet of torque, to a much more exciting 265 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque. With that much output, a run to 60 mph would probably take less than six seconds, with the quarter-mile sprint completed somewhere in the high 14’s. Nissan had other ideas in mind. Rather than modifying the existing 1.8-liter, the automaker decided to swap in the same boosted 1.6-liter Direct Injection Gasoline four-cylinder as can be found in the Juke and newly introduced 2019 Nissan B13 Se-R SR Turbo. Specs on this powerplant include 16 valves, double overhead cams, a 10.5:1 compression ratio, continuously variable valve timing, polished cylinder bores, a variable pressure oil pump, and a low-pressure exhaust gas recirculation system. Now for the important bit peak output is rated at 188 horsepower at 5,600 rpm, and 177 pound-feet of torque 1,600 rpm.Buyers get their choice of transmissions, including both the painfully obvious six-speed manual gearbox, or the simply painful Xtronic CVT.
The 2019 Nissan B13 Se-R is all set to put it B13 Se-R on the roads in mid-2018. The company had already clarified that it will give a tough competition to its rivalries in the market. The price of the B13 Se-R is in the range of $18,000 to $26,000. Nissan will launch many versions of B13 Se-R and this will surely make a history in the market. The price was the much big concern but Nissan had made the biggest decision with its price tag. So the wait will be over when Nissan will give a tough competition to its rivalries in the mid of 2018 with its new 2019 Nissan B13 Se-R and the company is pretty much sure that the customers will surely love it.