The brand new Nissan Pulsar has been officially unveiled as the model will be going on sale on the Old Continent this fall.
Following a series of teaser images and spy photos, the brand new Nissan Pulsar is finally here as the new C-segment hatchback has been officially unveiled. The model in question will be taking on some of the segment leaders, such as the Volkswagen Golf, the Ford Focus, the Opel Astra or the Renault Megane and it has received a familiar front fascia, inspired by the new Qashqai and X-Trail, sitting in at 4,385 mm in length and riding on a 2,700 mm long wheelbase. Nissan says that the Pulsar is offering the best rear legroom and shoulder room in the class.
Some of the features available on the brand new Nissan Pulsar include the safety assistance systems such as the forward emergency braking, the moving object detection, the blind spot warning or the lane departure warning. The model in question will be also getting the second generation of the NissanConnect system, which will offer access to a variety of apps and it will offer smartphone integration.
As far as the engine lineup goes, the 2015 Nissan Pulsar will be getting a 1.2 liter DIG-T under its hood, which will be used on the entry-level version. This is rated at 115 HP (84 kW) and it will be followed in early next year by a more powerful 1.6 liter engine, producing 190 HP (139 kW). The 1.5 liter dCi engine, signed by Renault, will also become available for the model in question, with its 110 HP (80 kW) and 260 Nm (192 lb-ft) of torque. All engines will be connected to a 6-speed manual transmission in standard or to an optional CVT. No pricing details have been announced yet.