18th Dec 2012 by Admin
After a 7-year sabbatical the all-new Pulsar returns to Australia with next-generation technology, a striking exterior and an intelligently designed, spacious interior.
After sales in November, gave Nissan its greatest month ever, the return of the Pulsar is the start of its two year rejuvenation program that will see the introduction of 12 new models.
The initial Pulsar will be the stylish four-door sedan, powered by an advanced and highly efficient 1.8-litre engine, and will be followed in mid-2013 with the Pulsar hatch, including the sporty SSS variant, which is powered by a 1.6-litre turbocharged, direct injection petrol engine.
The New Pulsar sedan matches and in some dimensions surpasses the interior dimension of many larger ‘family’ cars. Rear seat occupants get a generous 1,370mm of shoulder and 660mm of rear knee space, allowing crossed-leg comfort for three adults, along with easy ingress and egress. The boot space is an impressive 510L, which is actually larger than the Holden Commodore.
Available with the choice of either a six-speed manual gearbox or – as an option, but standard on the Pulsar sedan Ti – Nissan’s new Xtronic CVT transmission, which offers much smoother acceleration and a broader gear ratio range than a conventional automatic.
Safety - The new Pulsar sedan bristles with safety features including four-wheel disc brakes with ABS, Electronic Brake Distribution and Brake Assist, Traction Control and Vehicle Dynamic Control, front, side and curtain airbags and three-point seat belts for all occupants
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