It’s almost here: the 2014 Pulsar!
Nissan have announced its new challenger for the dominant Ford Focus, the Pulsar, will go on sale this autumn priced from £15, 995. The Pulsar represents the Japanese firms first return to the lucrative family hatch segment since the unlamented Almera departed our shores. They will be hoping the success of the new Qashqai will rub off on the Pulsar, which shares its bigger sisters nose.
The £17,645 Acenta adds Forward Emergency Braking, automatic lights and wipers and Nissan’s i-Key system.
Another £1,350 will get you the n-tec trim, which bolts on 17″ alloys, LED lights, a colour reversing camera and the NissanConnect 2 infotainment system.
The range topping £20,345 Tekna includes Forward Emergency Braking, Moving Object Detection, Lane Departure Warning and Blind Spot Warning.
What are your thoughts on Nissan’s 2014 Pulsar?
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