If you’ve been looking for a hatchback that has a little more to offer than the average small car then you should consider the brand-new Nissan Pulsar. Although a lot smaller than both, it borrows design and technological aspects from the X-Trail and Qashqai. Here’s a video and some pictures of the Nissan Pulsar and as you can see, it’s a pretty cool looking hatchback!
In the following article we lift the lid and give you the low down on all you need to know and why you should consider the the Pulsar if you are in the market for a hatchback.
Various Power And Performance Options
The Nissan Pulsar is available from all of the fifteen West Way Nissan dealerships across the country. The Pulsar comes in a range of three different power set-ups, allowing you to choose from the 1.6 litre, 1.5 litre and 1.2 litre engine models. Regardless of whichever engine you opt for, the great thing is that they all offer similar fuel efficiency with CO2 emissions of under 95 grams per km.
Reliable And Safe
Nissan are renowned for manufacturing reliable and high quality cars and the new Pulsar is no different. It is also considered to be one of the safest cars on the road, thanks largely to the innovative Safety Shield technology(also used by Qashqai, Juke and X-Trail models) that the car utilises. Safety Shield gives you moving object detection, blind spot warnings and helps you to anticipate obstacles, as well as braking for you if it detects immediate danger that may require quicker reflexes than your own.
Comfort And Luxury Above The Price Tag
The Nissan Pulsar leads its’ class when it comes to the level of comfort and space it offers you. There is comfortable and roomy leg space in the front and the back of the car, so even passengers can enjoy a relaxing car journey. There is a number of added extras that Nissan have thought about that other car manufacturers haven’t including resistant and soft fabrics for more comfortable seats and wider arm rests. Everything on the interior is designed to give the car a more luxurious and expensive feel than you’d expect for the car’s reasonable price tag.
Along with the Nissan Pulsar leading its class in terms of space in the front and back seats, it also beats the competition in terms of shoulder space. As a result of the longer wheel base the Nissan has been built on, leading its class again, the car offers a greater amount of space than it looks like it might. The boot is also bigger than many hatchbacks and will be more than enough for the weekly shop.