The all-new Nissan Pulsar is now available from $19,990 driveaway, increasing the appeal of the Japanese brand’s recently relaunched small sedan.
The special driveaway pricing applies to the entry-level Nissan Pulsar ST manual, which is normally priced from $19,990 before on-road costs or $22,390 driveaway, saving customers $2400. The offer is available until April 30.
Like the rest of the sedan range, the Pulsar ST is powered by a 96kW/174Nm 1.8-litre four-cylinder petrol engine. Standard features include 16-inch alloy wheels, LED tail-lights, six airbags, air conditioning, cruise control, and a six-speaker audio system with Bluetooth phone connectivity and audio streaming.
The pricing offer comes just two months after the Nissan Pulsar sedan went on sale in Australia – the nameplate returning to our market for the first time since 2005, replacing the largely unloved Tiida.
The four-door sedan will be joined in showrooms in the coming weeks by the five-door hatch body style, which will see the reintroduction of the Nissan Pulsar SSS nameplate after 13 years.
The Pulsar has proved popular with Australian new-car buyers so far, ranking second for small sedans in March and fifth in the small car segment overall with 1644 sales.