Nissan is expanding its product portfolio with an all-new family hatchback challenger – the Pulsar.
The company hopes to appeal to a range of buyers, from D-segment downsizers to family motorists who have outgrown their B-segment cars.
Nissan claims the Pulsar offers considerably more rear legroom and shoulder room than its sector rivals.
The new Pulsar is fitted with a range of accessible and technologies designed to make the ride feel more confident and comfortable.
These include Nissan’s Safety Shield system with Moving Object Detection, Lane Departure Warning and Blind Spot Warning. Nissan’s Around View Monitor brings even more advanced technology to the sector, as does the latest-generation NissanConnect system that offers seamless integration with smartphones and full satellite navigation functions.
The Pulsar launches with two highly advanced engines – a 1.2-litre DIG-T petrol unit and a 1.5-litre dCi diesel. Both offer exceptional performance, economy and refinement, according to Nissan, and integrate a host of fuel-saving technologies to help owners go further for less.
The new Pulsar range features four familiar trim grades: Visia, Acenta, n-tec and Tekna.
All models come with air conditioning, five-inch Advanced Drive-Assist Display, alloy wheels and electric windows all-round. Tyre Pressure Monitoring System, six airbags and Stop & Start system are also all fitted as standard across the range.