Nissan’s more for a little less

Pulsar offers two body styles, CVT, five-star safety, and 'grunt without guzzle'.

Pulsar offers two body styles, CVT, five-star safety, and 'grunt without guzzle'.

NISSAN has an eye-catching bargain on the market in its ST Pulsar, available at a special price $5000 below the RRP.

Yes you read that right — $5000. The normal retail price is $29,990 and it is available at present for $24,990 excluding on-road costs.

Add to that Nissan’s 1 percent per annum interest offer.

What you are getting for that is a classic Nissan, a reliable, economic and comfortable vehicle that will tick all the main boxes.

It is powered by a 1.8 litre engine that produces 96kW of power and 174 Nm of torque.

Thanks to an automatic CVT transmission, the Pulsar ST has an extremely low fuel consumption of 6.7 litres/100km, leading Nissan to market it as grunt without guzzle.

It also makes for a vehicle that is nimble in packed urban traffic and perfectly happy on the open road.

Available in hatch and sedan body shapes, the ST is extremely comfortable, with an adjustable seat height and lots of leg and head room.

There is a good size boot and a 60/40 rear seat split creates four possible configurations that will allow for everything from a surfcaster to a chest of drawers.

For the baby boomer generation onwards, it is good to know that entry and exit are really easy.

The ST Pulsar is no ugly duckling, with an eye-catching aerodynamic design, bright racy colours and 16-inch alloys.

Dual front, side and curtain airbags are part of a safety programme that has achieved an ANCAP five-star rating.

A fine vision intuitive instrument cluster and multi-function drive computer provide all the information you will need — your fuel consumption, driving range and outside temperature.

Then there is hands-free Bluetooth and cruise control to round off the personal comfort features.

After the usual excesses of the holiday season everybody is looking for a bargain and good value. Look no further.

NISSAN has an eye-catching bargain on the market in its ST Pulsar, available at a special price $5000 below the RRP.

Yes you read that right — $5000. The normal retail price is $29,990 and it is available at present for $24,990 excluding on-road costs.

Add to that Nissan’s 1 percent per annum interest offer.

What you are getting for that is a classic Nissan, a reliable, economic and comfortable vehicle that will tick all the main boxes.

It is powered by a 1.8 litre engine that produces 96kW of power and 174 Nm of torque.

Thanks to an automatic CVT transmission, the Pulsar ST has an extremely low fuel consumption of 6.7 litres/100km, leading Nissan to market it as grunt without guzzle.

It also makes for a vehicle that is nimble in packed urban traffic and perfectly happy on the open road.

Available in hatch and sedan body shapes, the ST is extremely comfortable, with an adjustable seat height and lots of leg and head room.

There is a good size boot and a 60/40 rear seat split creates four possible configurations that will allow for everything from a surfcaster to a chest of drawers.

For the baby boomer generation onwards, it is good to know that entry and exit are really easy.

The ST Pulsar is no ugly duckling, with an eye-catching aerodynamic design, bright racy colours and 16-inch alloys.

Dual front, side and curtain airbags are part of a safety programme that has achieved an ANCAP five-star rating.

A fine vision intuitive instrument cluster and multi-function drive computer provide all the information you will need — your fuel consumption, driving range and outside temperature.

Then there is hands-free Bluetooth and cruise control to round off the personal comfort features.

After the usual excesses of the holiday season everybody is looking for a bargain and good value. Look no further.

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