Here is our comprehensive review of 2018 Nissan Pulsar features, redesign, horsepower, engine specs, fuel economy, interior, price and release date
The Nissan Pulsar receives for the month of October a new special series Starlight Edition, reserved for the French market.
Released three years ago, the Pulsar was intended to put Nissan back on the front of the stage in the highly competitive compact segment. However, despite some of the advantages of a truly generous interior space, this model seems to have a little trouble finding its audience.
The First Look at Design From 2018 Nissan Pulsar I immediately remember with the design of Ford and Toyota Yaris, Somehow but I feel they have some similarities. But even so, I still love it, because I like cars with dimensions such as Nissan pulsar. The interior is also pretty standard, nothing too fantastic considering this is a limited edition product
In order to revive interest in its compact, the firm Nippon launches a new special series, called Starlight Edition. Limited to only 180 copies, it is reserved for the French market and available from October.
Based on the N-connector intermediate finish, it takes over all the technological and comfort equipment available on the latter, such as autonomous emergency braking, the Nissan Connect, the backup camera, the automatic air conditioning or the Half-leather upholstery.
However, it stands out from other pulsars by specific design elements. The 18-inch bi-tone alloy rims, black-bottomed LED headlights, black mirror shells and chrome-plated grille are noted.
Available with petrol engines 1.2 DIG-T of 115 ch and diesel 1.5 dCi of 110 hp, the Nissan Pulsar Starlight Edition is accessible from 18 950 € under a condition of recovery.