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Nissan Pulsar

  • tickVery roomy interior
  • tickComes stuffed with standard equipment
  • tickCheaper versions look like great value for money

Nissan Pulsar Hatchback (2014 - )

The Pulsar isn’t a car that’s going to get your heart racing – to look at, to sit in or to drive – but it’s a decent all-rounder that majors on practicality and affordability. For that reason, the cheaper versions look like cracking value for money, but spend more, and the price gets too close to some more talented rivals.
Our verdict

Is the Nissan Pulsar a good car?

How we rated this car out of 5 on the following

Nissan Pulsar interior

Driver and passenger space, materials, boot size etc.

Nissan Pulsar performance

How it feels to drive across the engine range.

Nissan Pulsar how good does it look

Nissan Pulsar practicality

Nissan Pulsar drive

Nissan Pulsar reliability

Nissan Pulsar equipment

Our expert review

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It’s a similar story inside the Pulsar; the cabin won’t be winning any awards for interior design, with very little in the way of flair. The bigger problem, though, is the quality of the materials used. They’re hard and functional, and not only does this give the interior a rather drab, dull feel, it also makes the car feel distinctly low-rent. Still, the simplicity of the design means all the various switches are easy to find and use, and if you go for a high-end trim (n-tec and upwards), you get a touch-screen infotainment system that’s nice and intuitive. You also get a clear view in all directions thanks to the slim window pillars, and there’s lots of adjustment for your driving position.
It’s a similar story inside the Pulsar; the cabin won’t be winning any awards for interior design, with very little in the way of flair. The bigger problem, though, is the quality of the materials used. They’re hard and functional, and not only does this give the interior a rather drab, dull feel, it also makes the car feel distinctly low-rent. Still, the simplicity of the design means all the various switches are easy to find and use, and if you go for a high-end trim (n-tec and upwards), you get a touch-screen infotainment system that’s nice and intuitive. You also get a clear view in all directions thanks to the slim window pillars, and there’s lots of adjustment for your driving position.

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Price range

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Most popular trims on Auto Trader

DIG-T
£4,495 to £12,495
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N-Connecta
£5,995 to £11,495
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£4,449 to £10,498
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n-tec
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