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Nissan Pulsar

Nissan Pulsar (Japan, 2014-present)

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NissanNissanNissanJapan, 1932 > present156 models
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unveiled the PulsarPulsar 7Nissan Pulsar 7Japan, 2014 > present22 versions
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developed to compete with market leaders Volkswagen GolfVolkswagen Golf Gen.7 [VII]Volkswagen Volkswagen Golf Gen.7 [VII]Germany, 2012 > present335 versions
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and Ford FocusFord Focus (UK) Gen.3Ford Ford Focus (UK) Gen.3United Kingdom, 2011 > present250 versions
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The family hatchback uses the same design cues already implemented in the 2014 QashqaiQashqai 2Nissan Qashqai 2Japan, 2014 > present84 versions
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, X-TrailX-Trail 3Nissan X-Trail 3Japan, 2014 > present15 versions
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and NoteNote 2Nissan Note 2Japan, 2012 > present26 versions
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. Nissan decided to invest in a bolder design combined with technological innovations and inner space.

The Pulsar was designed specifically for the European market and is immediately recognizable by the V front grille and the boomerang-shaped headlights. The strong lines mark the hatchback silhouette, and like the Qashqai and the X-Trail it features a greater volume in the wheel area, a more tapered waistline and a fluid profile.

On the interior Nissan opted for a more premium approach, opting for high-quality materials and design, integrated with equipment that would not normally be associated with a model of Pulsar's segment.

In terms of technology the model offers the Safety Shield, a set of systems and technologies that combined offer the driver and passengers a substantial increase of safety while driving. This technology includes systems such as Forward Emergency Braking, Moving Object Detection, Lane Departure Warning and Blind Spot Warning. Some of these technologies are being added for the first time in a car of this segment.

The Pulsar also received the second-generation of the NissanConnect system, a technology that enables a range of features, including full integration of the smartphone, Google® Send-to-Car and access to a set of useful information and apps.

As the 2014 Qashqai and X-Trail, the Pulsar comes with LED headlamps, which in addition to providing better lighting are also 50 percent more efficient in terms of energy consumption.



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Engines

The Pulsar is offered with three turbo engine options, the 1.2 DIG-T engine of 115hp and the 110hp 1.5 dCi later complemented with a 190hp 1.6 turbo petrol engine. All engines can be combined with an X-Tronic automatic transmission.



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