The Japanese based automaker Nissan will offer the Pulsar SSS to Australia later on this year, after a long brake.
The cheapest version of the Nissan Pulsar SSS will become available to its future customers across Australia from 29, 240 AUD, compared to the 23,470 AUD paid for the 2000-model year. The price of the Nissan Pulsar SSS is making it a good rival for the Volkswagen Polo GTI, which is less powerful than the Japanese car, coming with only 132 kW, but being slightly “torquier”, at 250 Nm.
The Nissan Pulsar SSS is getting an aggressive body kit, 17-inch alloy wheels, auto leveling xenon headlights with self-cleaning function, keyless entry, keyless go, leather seat trim, dual-zone climate control, 5.8-inch touch screen display for the rearview camera and satellite navigation system, cruise control, six-speaker audio system, AUX, USB, Bluetooth, front fog lights and more.
Power to the new Nissan Pulsar SSS is being provided by a 1.6 liter direct injected turbocharged four-cylinder engine, which is producing a total output of 140 kW and it has a peak torque of 240 Nm. The unit is mated to a six-speed manual transmission as standard, but it can also be mated to a CVT, for an extra 2,500 AUD. Additional details on the Nissan Pulsar SSS remain unknown for the moment.