On the key segment in Europe of compact sedans. Nissan, which had deserted it in 2006 with the end of the Almera, returned to the dance again in 2014 by unveiling the Pulsar. She had a very short career (she was arrested in 2018), killed by SUVs. Nissan didn’t have much to worry about at the time, given the success of its Qashqai and X-Trail. It’s a good car, with a wise design but steeped in equipment. making it interesting on occasion for a fairly contained price, available from €10,480.
Nissan Pulsar, 2015, €10,480
The entry-level is based on a copy of 2015motorized diesel. Its block is a 1.5 of 110 horsepower in manual gearbox (Crit’Air 2). This Nissan Pulsar offers air conditioning, cruise control, four electric windows, a reversing camera, as well as a car radio with Bluetooth connectivity and USB ports.
Nissan Pulsar, 2016, €10,490
This second copy is a Nissan Pulsar also available as an engine diesel. She is driven by a 1.5 of 110 horsepower with manual gearbox (Crit’Air 2). Its equipment includes a leather interior, air conditioning, cruise control, a touch screen with integrated GPS for infotainment, a reversing camera and four electric windows.
Nissan Pulsar, 2018, €10,900
Offered in N-Connecta finishthat press of 2018 propose more connectivity equipment. It is powered by a 110 horsepower diesel block and manual gearbox (Crit’Air 2). We thus find on board a touch screen for infotainment, with Bluetooth functions, GPS and USB ports. It is equipped with air conditioning, leather interior, reversing camera and regulator.
Nissan Pulsar, 2017, €10,990
First copy available in gasolinethis Nissan Pulsar is offered in 1.2 of 115 horsepower coupled to a manual transmission (Crit’Air 1). It is available with air conditioning, cruise control, a screen with GPS function, a reversing camera and emergency braking assistance.
Nissan Pulsar, 2017, €11,490
This last exemplary is again a dieselwhich takes the form of a 1.5 dCi with 115 horsepower associated with a manual gearbox. That press of 2017 offers air conditioning, cruise control, a touch screen. With integrated GPS for infotainment, a reversing camera and all four electric windows.
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