Nissan after nearly a decade are back with a family hatchback set to launch this year.
Big news, considering it’s been nearly a decade since Nissan’s last family hatch perished. Not many mourned the Almera, but in the meantime Nissan has, of course, mopped up with its Qashqai crossover. And now it reckons it’s the right time to wade back into the C-segment pool. So, the new Pulsar then. It’ll only be offered with turbocharged engines, including a 1.2-litre petrol unit producing 113bhp and a 1.5-litre diesel with 108bhp and 192lb ft of torque.
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