Name brand tires in sizes that fit a Sentra are easy to find and are not expensive. To me, it’s false economy to save $80 and be stuck with mediocre performance, or worse, for years.
There are good honest tire reviews in Consumer Reports and on tirerack.com’s site. You can choose tires that do well in the criteria that matter the most most to you. I care about reasonable price and snow and ice performance, but not every does.
I have had Michelin all-seasons and winters on my 1999 Civic for decades and even at ten years old they have decent tread and even wear. I wouldn’t trust just any brand to perform that well. I don’t know where they are made, but I trust that brand.
The General RT43 tires on my Chrysler Town and Country are made in the Czech Republic. They are doing well, too. I might go with those for the Civic next time it needs tires.