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New Pulsar hatch will prove competitive

Posted on: July 13, 2013 by Platinum Direct

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Nissan has announced local prices and equipment for the eagerly anticipated Pulsar Hatch range. This all-new hatchback line-up has a starting price of $18,990 with each model boasting generous standard equipment. William F Peffer Jr., Managing Director and CEO of Nissan Australia said: “The all-new Nissan Pulsar Hatch is the next exciting instalment in our busy product schedule this year. My team and I are confident Australian Small Car buyers will find the all-new Pulsar Hatch to be exceptional value. Each grade in the Pulsar Hatch model range has a compelling mix of price and standard equipment.”

The announcement positions the Hatch on a competitive footing. Assigning the stylish hatchback an entry price below $19,000 prepares the car for a strong start in Australia’s hotly contested Small Car market. The recently released Nissan Pulsar Sedan has been popular since its local arrival in January and the addition of the Hatch range is sure to advance Nissan’s Small Car success in Australia.

The arrival of the range will see the return of the much-loved Pulsar SSS, a name that won a generation of buyers with its sports styling and fun driving dynamics. The 140kW Pulsar SSS has been imbued with the same value strategy applied to all other grades in the Pulsar Hatch line-up. And to ensure more Australian Small Car buyers can access the same driving excitement offered by the Pulsar SSS, Nissan is offering the Pulsar Hatch ST-S, powered by the same 140kW 1.6-litre turbocharged direct-injection petrol engine.

Australian customers will be able to choose from four model grades. The Pulsar Hatch ST and ST-L are powered by the same smooth and efficient 96kW 1.8-litre four-cylinder petrol engine fitted to the popular Pulsar Sedan range. Drivers seeking more spice can opt for the Pulsar ST-S or SSS, both powered by Nissan’s responsive 140kW turbocharged direct-injection petrol engine.

Standard fitment on all grades is a six-speed manual transmission. Nissan’s next-generation X-TRONIC CVT (Constantly Variable Transmission) is optionally available.

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