Japanese carmaker Nissan is developing unique mix which should produce new Nismo vehicle of their models. Now, they are tuning Pulsar hatchback, whose dealership appearance should come late in 2016. Recent spy shots confirmed these theories, and popularity of 2017 Nissan Pulsar Nismo is growing, although it is not confirmed yet. However, redesigned basic vehicle, with boosts on the performance and horsepower rating between 250 and 300, are probably the main reason for that. Design is great, and some people could found this hatchback a SUV, which is not, because of its front fascia.
2017 Nissan Pulsar Nismo redesign
This hatchback was rated as one of the best when we talk about its styling. That is why it was positioned so high in the list of the most popular vehicles. For 2017 Nissan Pulsar Nismo there won’t be differences. Headlights are refreshed and LED lamps are improving functional and visual appearance of the Pulsar hatch. Grill will be smaller and you are going to see brand logo between lights. Fog lamps are positioned on the bumper. New paint jobs are offered for Nismo model. Also, car will get alloy wheels of highest quality, probably 19-inchers. Ground clearance is low, so all drivers must keep 2017 Nissan Pulsar Nismo off bumpy roads.
2017 Nissan Pulsar Nismo engine
Under the hood of the 2017 Nissan Pulsar Nismo is a 1.8-l four-cylinder engine. Turbocharged version of this drivetrain is prepared for Nismo model. Exact output number is unknown, but rumors say that 280 ponies will lay there. Suspension is set as for racing car, as well as low ground clearance which boosts aerodynamic. High performance vehicle can reach 60 mph in 6 seconds and top speed will probably reach 155 mph. Fuel economy could be slightly improved since designers used more lightweight materials in body structure.
2017 Nissan Pulsar Nismo release date and price
Last months of 2016 or first quarter of 2017 will host the sale start of performance-boosted Pulsar Nismo. Nevertheless, this vehicle is valued more than regular model, so do not be surprised if cheapest, entry-level vehicles are being priced $30,000 or more.