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Nissan Pulsar review

£16,340 - £18,110
Published: 25 Jan 2015
Nothing wrong with it, apart from being drab and unimaginative, and really not much fun

Good stuff

Spacious in the rear, clear dash buttons, um...

Bad stuff

Simple lack of conviction, exactly what purpose does it serve?


What is it?

Nissan’s first appearance in the standard family hatch battle for some years. You might remember that when launching the first Qashqai, Nissan said there was no space for it competing against the likes of the Focus. But now the Qashqai has brought the company back to prominence, and it wants to be able to enter fleet deals, for which it needs a regular Focus competitor. And so we once again have a Nissan five-door hatch.

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What's the verdict?

A perfectly able family hatchback that brings absolutely nothing new to the sector. Why, Nissan?
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