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Buy, Sell or Value a 2018 Nissan Pulsar

Buy, Sell or Value a 2018 Nissan Pulsar

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The 2018 Nissan Pulsar came in the following variants and we’ve recorded 5 prices that people paid when buying new. The biggest discount achieved in 2018 on a new Nissan Pulsar was about $6,374 or 25.78% off. If you’re trying to sell and would like to calculate the market value of a 2018 Nissan Pulsar today, simply submit a free valuation request.

Nissan Pulsar SSS Price Australia

2018 Nissan Pulsar SSS

  • 5 Seat 5 Door Hatch | 5 Seat 4 Door Sedan
  • Front Wheel Drive (FWD)
  • Continuous Variable | 6 Speed Manual
  • 4 cylinder 1.6L Turbo Petrol
Nissan Pulsar ST Price Australia

2018 Nissan Pulsar ST

  • 5 Seat 5 Door Hatch | 5 Seat 4 Door Sedan
  • Front Wheel Drive (FWD)
  • Continuous Variable | 6 Speed Manual
  • 4 cylinder 1.8L Petrol
Nissan Pulsar ST-L Price Australia

2018 Nissan Pulsar ST-L

  • 5 Seat 5 Door Hatch | 5 Seat 4 Door Sedan
  • Front Wheel Drive (FWD)
  • Continuous Variable | 6 Speed Manual
  • 4 cylinder 1.8L Petrol

Nissan Pulsar Specifications

  • Nissan Pulsar Details

    Price Ranges from $ 19,990.00 to $29,290.00
    Body Style Hatch / Sedan
    Release Date From April 2015 to February 2016
    Drive Type FWD
    VIN Plate Location Driver Side Eng Scuttle
    Compliance Plate Location Lower Pass Side B-Pillar
    Country of Origin THAILAND
    Safety ANCAP Rating 5
    Number of Doors 4 to 5
    Seating Capacity 5
  • Nissan Pulsar Features

  • Nissan Pulsar Engine Specifications

    Size From 1618cc (1.6L) to 1798cc (1.8L)
    Power 140kW @ 5600rpm / 96kW @ 6000rpm
    Torque 240Nm @ 2000rpm / 174Nm @ 4800rpm
    Cylinders 4
    Number of Valves 16
    Compression Ratio From 9.50 to 9.90
    Bore/stroke 79.70x81.10 / 79.70x90.10
  • Nissan Pulsar Drivetrain and Wheels

    Transmission Automatic / Manual
    Drive Type FWD
    Turning Circle 10.70
    Brake (Front) Type DISC - VENTILATED
    Brake (Rear) Type DISC
    Front Tyre & Wheel Size 205/50 R17 - 6.5x17 | 195/60 R16 - 6.5x16
    Rear Tyre & Wheel Size 205/50 R17 - 6.5x17 | 195/60 R16 - 6.5x16
    Front Suspension Type MacPherson Strut / CS / HyDSA / ARB
    Rear Suspension Type ToB / CS / HyDSA / ARB
  • Nissan Pulsar Fuel Specifications

    Fuel Type Petrol
    Fuel Tank Capacity 52.0L
    Fuel Consumption Combined (Average) From 3.4L/100km to 3.9L/100km
    Fuel Consumption City (Average) From 6.7L/100km to 7.8L/100km
    Fuel Consumption Highway (Average) -
    Emission Standard -
  • Nissan Pulsar Dimensions

    Length From 4,295mm to 4,610mm
    Width 52mm
    Height 1,520mm
    Wheelbase 2,700mm
    Front Track From 1,530mm to 1,540mm
    Rear Track From 1,530mm to 1,540mm
    Ground Clearance From 137mm to 160mm
    Gross Vehicle Mass From 0kg to 1,740kg
    Gross Combination Mass -
  • Nissan Pulsar Towing Capacity

    Braked Towing Capacity From 1,100kg to 1,200kg
    Unbraked Towing Capacity 750kg

PMC Says...

Nissan Pulsar
Recently bowing out of the Australian market, the Nissan Pulsar has been a regular sales sighting until the Japanese manufacturer decided to increase its focus on the SUV segment. Renowned for a large cabin and huge boot space, it is a car that has always felt bigger and more practical than its small size classification, regardless of whether found in hatch or sedan format. With Nissan’s esteemed built quality and reliability trademark facets for the Pulsar, buyers will no doubt continue to source the vehicle for some time to come, or at least until its successor is unveiled. If you count yourself as one such buyer, then you will long be rewarded with a workmanlike car that provides an honest performance with low operating costs and ultra longevity. The best thing now, all that upside comes at an even more affordable price than before.

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