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2015 Nissan Pulsar SSS sedan: Week with Review

The 2015 Nissan Pulsar SSS sedan is full of surprises, but Mandy Turner spends a week with one to see if it deserves its sporty SSS name…...

2015 Pulsar SSS sedan Review

The delayed 2015 Nissan Pulsar SSS sedan has arrived to complement the warmed-up hatch. Does it live up to the badge?

Sporty small hatch comparison : Mazda 3 v Ford Focus v Holden Cruze v Hyundai i30 v Nissan Pulsar

Almost anyone can throw on a pair of gym shorts and runners and look reasonably sporting in the checkout line at Coles, and the same is true with cars – the addition of alloy wheels, a spoiler and foglights can suddenly make your small hatchback look at least a bit athletic. As ever, though, it's the muscles beneath the clothes that counts...

Nissan Pulsar SSS Review

More than 12 months old and more expensive than ever, the Nissan Pulsar SSS is still full of potential.

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Nissan Pulsar Videos

Nissan Pulsar ST Hatch Video Review

Testing the entry-level five-door Pulsar that delivers comfort, practicality and value in spades.

Nissan Pulsar SSS Video Review

the SSS badge returns for a sportier, turbocharged take on the Pulsar hatch. CarAdvice heads to the track to find out how it shapes up.

Nissan Pulsar Ti Video Review

Behind the wheel of the flagship variant of Japan’s new small sedan.

Nissan Pulsar ST Video Review

One the road in the $19,990 entry-level version of Nissan’s new small car.

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Sporty small hatch comparison : Mazda 3 v Ford Focus v Holden Cruze v Hyundai i30 v Nissan Pulsar

Almost anyone can throw on a pair of gym shorts and runners and look reasonably sporting in the checkout line at Coles, and the same is true with cars – the addition of alloy wheels, a spoiler and foglights can suddenly make your small hatchback look at least a bit athletic. As ever, though, it's the muscles beneath the clothes that counts...

Nissan Pulsar News

Nissan Sentra facelift previews possible Pulsar update

A facelifted Nissan Sentra sedan has made its public debut at the 2015 Los Angeles auto show. The updated Sentra has a reworked front-end that incorporates the company's "V-motion grille", as well as a new bonnet, restyled headlights, and a reworked bumper design. Top-end models will also feature new LED low beam headlights, LED driving lights, and 17-inch alloy wheels...

Nissan recalls Juke, Micra, Pulsar over push-button start problem

  Nissan Australia has announced a recall for a number of its small cars over a potential problem with the push-button start system. The recall affects the current-generation Nissan Pulsar sedan (B17) and hatch (C12), as well as the Nissan Juke baby SUV and Nissan Micra city car...

Nissan Pulsar SSS sedan priced from $26,990, headlines Series II upgrades and range changes

The first Nissan Pulsar SSS sedan is on its way to showrooms as the headline story in a Series II range update due at the end of April. It's the second bit of activity within Nissan's passenger range this week, with details on the updated Micra light car revealed yesterday...

Nissan Pulsar airbag recall expanded to beyond 13,000 cars

An additional 498 vehicles has expanded a 2013 Nissan Pulsar airbag recall to 13,298 cars. A further 484 Nissan Pulsar hatches and 14 Pulsar sedans have been added to an October, 2013 recall of 12,800 models – or every new-generation car imported to Australia to that date...

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Nissan Pulsar Owner Reviews

1993 Nissan Pulsar Review

No GPS, No Bluetooth and No Keyless entry, why in 2015 would you want or even need such an outdated car?? The pulsar is as tough today as the day it rolled out of the dealership when it was new, Nissan made their small family city runabout a car for the masses and it was, almost everyone you meet either had or knows someone that had a pulsar such was the reliability and suitability built into such a small package...

2013 Nissan Pulsar ST Sedan Review

Not a car for the enthusiastic driver, the Nissan Pulsar is perfect as a daily city drive and for the occasional highway trip – particularly given its good sound insulation and quiet cabin at cruising speeds. The ST represents excellent value too if you need a cabin larger than its peers and have a new car budget around the$20,000 range.

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