The Nissan Pulsar goes on sale in the UK this autumn, and Nissan have released full details of what exactly the stunning five-door hatchback packed with advanced technology in a sector-leading level of cabin space has to offer in the way of innovation and excitement.
Already an integral part of Nissan’s outstanding product portfolio when it comes to the competitive C-segment, Nissan believe that the Pulsar will open up their cars to a brand new audience with the Pulsar a viable alternative to the massively popular Qashqai.
From launch, the Pulsar will be available in four grades – all familiar to Nissan followers: the Visia, Acenta, n-tec and Tekna – with a choice of two new engines – a 1.2-litre DIG-T petrol unit and a 1.5-litre dCi with either manual or Xtronic automatic transmissions. The 1.2 litre DIG-T petrol engine outputs 115PS and 190Nm of torque and the diesel option 10PS and 260Nm of torque – with an even more powerful 190PS, 240Nm 1.6-litre turbocharged petrol engine being made available early in 2015.
At the entry level the Nissan Pulsar Visia features the standard equipment from which a solid base is achieved in the Pulsar including a 5" colour TFT screen, 16" alloy wheels, 6 airbags, a CD system with 4 speakers with Bluetooth/iPod connectivity and steering wheel audio controls, body coloured mirrors and door handles, electrically adjustable mirrors, cruise control, speed limiter, idle start/stop, air conditioning, a tyre pressure monitoring system, ABS, ESP, EBD, remote central locking, Active Trace Control and ‘Follow me home’ lighting.
Moving on to the Nissan Pulsar Acenta, the car adds in added extras as standard like Forward Emergency Braking, automatic lights and wipers, 6 speakers, an auto dimming rearview mirror, an engine starter button, dual zone climate control, front fog lamps, heated mirrors, leather steering wheel and leather gear knob, a ear armrest, interior trim unique to the Acenta and Nissan’s ingenious i-Key system.
The Nissan Pulsar n-tec then takes all that and adds in large 17” alloys, privacy glass, Nissan’s signature LED lights, a helpful colour reversing camera and NissanConnect 2, the state-of-the-art infotainment system that offers full smartphone integration, Google® Send-to-Car and access to a wide variety of useful and informative apps.
And finally, the range-topping Nissan Pulsar Tekna, adds further Nissan Safety Shield Technologies including Forward Emergency Braking, Moving Object Detection, Lane Departure Warning and Blind Spot Warning for the ultimate in passenger protection, leather seats, heated front seats and electric folding mirrors.
It’s certainly looking good for autumn for Nissan with the arrival of the Pulsar, so keep an eye on the website here for details of any deals that we may have for the Nissan Pulsar.