At the 2014 Paris Motor Show, Nissan has presented its 2015 Pulsar hatchback. Its latest generation rides on the same platform as the Qashqai crossover and is approximately 2.4 inches longer than the Golf. Nissan hopes to make a dent within the Euro C segment rankings with the new vehicle.
2015 Nissan Pulsar Engine
The power train of the new Nissan Pulsar 2015 is generated from a trio of engine options. There are two gasoline options that are 1.2 liter turbocharged engine that is capable of a maximum output of 113 horsepower and a 1.6 liter turbocharged engine with the output of 187 horsepower. The third option is a 1.5 liter diesel with a maximum output capability of 108 horsepower. All three are mated with continuously variable transmissions (CVT) as well as a variant of safety focused technology that includes blind spot monitoring, lane departure warning and forward emergency braking.
As always, Nissan continues to be big on power, while retaining their abilities to keep emissions small. The CO2 outputs of the vehicle are below 95g/km and the new 2015 Pulsar is also offered with the advanced XTronic automatic transmission.
Nissan has released various press releases proclaiming their excitement regarding its latest offering of the Pulsar. The new vehicle is said to include a new package that includes features such as a turbocharged, yet frugal engine, Around View monitoring, comfort systems as well as sector first safety. Its introduction acmes the automaker’s ambition, regarding the delivery smart design as well as technical innovations to a broader audience.
2015 Nissan Pulsar Specs
Drivers are said to feel much more comfortable than ever before as the 2015 Nissan Pulsar provides a range of useful and accessible technologies. Nissan will additionally provide consumers who purchase the base models of the line with features that generally are reserved for luxury or premium trim levels and models. This hatchback will feature the second generation of the automaker’s system of NissanConnect, which is accompanied by a range of features that include: Google Send to Car and full smartphone integration.
The 2015 Nissan Pulsar hosts the longest wheelbase within its class (1,700mm) as well as packaging that is quite clever, the vehicle is able to provide both the driver and their passengers with increased shoulder and legroom than its competitors in the sector. Many of the other D segment vehicles do not offer the 692 mm of knee room within the rear of the vehicle of the Pulsar.
Despite the increased cabin area, it is able to retain the footprint of a compact, which allows for ease in parking while within less spacious urban environments. It will also supply consumers in Europe and Australia with different interior redesigns than are offered elsewhere.
2015 Nissan Pulsar Price
The pricing of the 2015 Nissan Pulsar differs according to the trim levels and added options. The portal level of the pricing for the crossover hatchback is set within the neighborhood of $20,700; while the entry level pricing begins at approximately $21,300. With the SSS version of the Pulsar, which happens to be the most expansive of the trim levels, is available to consumers for the cost of $31,000.