Nissan is enjoying the big sales and success of its award winning Qashqai and transformed Juke while new Pulsar opens the family hatch chapter again
New Pulsar family hatch scene is ON now and it offers extensive leg room for occupants and plenty of new features including safety and technology tweaks. It is the part of Japanese automaker’s strategy to blast its rivals by pulling them into the orbit of Pulsar. The all new Pulsar will cost from just over £15,000 and will go head to head with segment’s top sellers like, Ford Focus, Vauxhall Astra, and a very strong contender Volkswagen Golf.
According to the Nissan, the all new Pulsar claims a longest wheel-base in the entire hatchback segment and also offers plenty of legroom and head room comparative to the opponents. It has 692mm of rear knee space that is even more than any other vehicle of same class. It is claimed to be more spacious than many rivals claiming to be compact.
New technologies and enhanced safety features will play a vital role in the success of new Pulsar, however, refreshed Nissan engine line-up will further improve the efficiency. It will be powered by an all new turbocharged engine with DIG-T technology. It has a power output of 99bhp while a 1.5 Litre dCi offers 95bhp.
New technologies include, smart mirror, Around-view Monitor, Autonomous braking system with emergency handling, moving object detection system, lane departure system and blind spot warning technology. All these new technologies are available in new Pulsar as standard. The Pulsar is the only car in the segment that offers most modern technologies as standard on at least one model in Pulsar trim line-up.
It offers state of the art infotainment system that features 2nd Generation NissanConnect System that boost the safety features with the help of smartphone integration and Google Send-to-Car apps. 2015 model also features new design LED headlamps that were first introduced by Nissan on Qashqai and X-Trail.