The Brits from Auto Express have recently tested out the newest compact car made by Nissan, the Pulsar.
In a crowded C-segment for hatchbacks, where we get models such as the Volkswagen Golf, the Renault Megane, the Ford Focus, Toyota Auris or premium vehicles such as the Mercedes-Benz A-Class, the Audi A3 or the BMW 1-Series, Nissan is trying to steal away some customers with its newest addition, the Pulsar. If this is what you have been looking for or if you should not mention it on your new car list might be found out in the review posted below.
In the United Kingdom, the cheapest version of the Nissan Pulsar costs 15,995 GBP and it is coming in the Visia, Acenta, N-tec and Tekna versions, with the base one coming with multi function steering wheel, 5-inch color screen, Bluetooth and air conditioning, amongst others. The top of the line Tekna is adding Safety Shield Technologies, leather seats and so on for a price of 20,345 GBP. The engine lineup includes the 113 HP 1.2 liter DIG-T petrol unit, the 1.5 liter dCi diesel with 108 HP or the 1.6 liter petrol turbo, with 187 HP. Many of you will be familiar with these engines as they are already found on models such as the Logan, Duster, Clio, Juke and so on.