2019 Nissan Pulsar


Although it is still unknown whether the company is going to redesign the current model, it is pretty much for sure that the 2019 Nissan Pulsar will come, probably without bigger changes. As you probably know, this company didn’t have too much success in Europe in the past, when it comes to compact hatchbacks.

Models like Primera and Almera simply weren’t good enough to be more competitive in Europe’s most demanding segment. After some time of the break, we finally saw Pulsar five years ago. Completely new, this hatchback was about to become a tough competitor. Conventional design, just like Europeans like, combined with the Nissan’s proven quality should make a good combination.

2019 Nissan Pulsar front view

For the next year, 2019 Pulsar will most likely continue without bigger changes. We are about to see the same design, interior, engine lineup etc. Expect it to come somewhere late in the year.

2019 Nissan Pulsar redesign

When it comes to base design characteristics, 2019 Nissan Pulsar definitely won’t suffer some bigger changes. This hatchback has been around for about five years and rides on a familiar CMF platform, which is used for various models from Renault-Nissan Group. Mechanically, this model should remain the same until the redesign. The styling should also continue without bigger tweaks. This models features pretty conventional design but follows Nissan’s design language, including V-Motion grille design at the front.

For the next year, we could see only some minor tweaks, in terms of new colors, or maybe new wheels design. Rest of the car will definitely remain unchanged. Another aspect where 2019 Nissan Pulsar should remain pretty unchanged is interior design, which will come the same, but with possible tweaks in terms of standard equipment.

2019 Nissan Pulsar rear view

2019 Nissan Pulsar interior design

The 2019 Nissan Pulsar will continue with same design characteristics, including interior as well. We are about to see the same cabin, famous for its generous offer of interior space, especially for rear passengers. When it comes to styling, we are about to see the same dashboard layout, without more important changes. Still, some tweaks in terms of new interior schemes are possible.

The base trim level organization will remain the same, but few novelties are quite possible. In the current model, some of the notable standard features are things like 5-inch TFT media system, USB and Bluetooth connectivity, cruise control etc.

Higher trims include numerous other things, starting from a 5.8-inch touchscreen, surround-view camera system, heated leather seats, leather upholstery, LED headlighs etc. The new 2019 Nissan Pulsar will add few novelties for each trim level for sure.

2019 Nissan Pulsar engines

There are three engines in the offer for this model and 2019 Nissan Pulsar will continue in the same ways. Base models come with a 1.2-liter gasoline engine which is good for about 115 horsepower and 140 pound-feet of torque. This engine seems pretty refined and would be a good choice for those who don’t need things like quick acceleration, high speed etc. Additionally, it offers pretty good fuel economy.

Speaking of fuel economy, there is a 1.5-liter diesel unit, which besides money saving also offers pretty decent performances. This engine is good for about 110 horsepower.

2019 Nissan Pulsar engine

Finally, there is a 1.6-liter gasoline engine, the most powerful version of this hatchback. It delivers around 190 horsepower and 180 pound-feet of torque. This guarantees some pretty nice numbers when it comes to speed and acceleration.

2019 Nissan Pulsar release date and price

The 2019 Nissan Pulsar should come in usual time, somewhere late in the year. Since there won’t be bigger changes, the price should remain the same, which means around 19.000 dollars for the base model.

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