The new and exciting Nissan Pulsar keeps up with the pace of modern family life, with a 5-door layout, a massive 395-litre boot and impressive standard equipment levels. The Pulsar looks every bit as good as it drives, with a compact body, spacious interior and athletic looks, which are defined by the Pulsar's sporty stance and sweeping lines. And not only do all models get cruise control and Bluetooth with smartphone integration, but Tekna models come as standard with the Smart Vision pack with Around View Monitor (360-degree cameras), the NissanConnect 5.8-inch touchscreen with satellite navigation and LED headlights. Practicality is where the Pulsar really excels though, thanks to a low loading boot which expands to a staggering 1,395-litres when the rear seats are folded. And crucially for a family hatchback, the Nissan Pulsar is affordable to run. Choose the 1.5 dCi MT engine, and you could return up to 78.5 mg combined with CO2 emissions as low as 94 g/km.
Athletic good looks
The Nissan Pulsar is unlike any other hatchback, with angled bodywork, a squat stance, athletic sweeping lines and an aggressive front end with Nissan's trademark ‘V' grille. It's a car that turns heads everywhere it goes.
Class-leading rear legroom
Taller passengers will immediately appreciate the Nissan Pulsar's generous rear legroom, which is class-leading, thanks to the Pulsar's also class-leading 2,700 mm wheelbase.
With its 395-litre boot which expands to 1,395-litres, the Nissan Pulsar has a bigger boot than any other hatchback on the market in this class. The boot also boasts a low loading lip, to make loading and unloading easier.
Tactile, comfortable interior
Inside, the Nissan Pulsar will surprise you. It is awash with soft-touch materials, extending from the dash to the door cards. It is also packed full of technology with premium design details in all trim levels.