PARIS (August 31, 2017) – Compact family hatchback customers seeking space and safety have always appreciated the Nissan Pulsar. And now there are even more reasons to choose it, in the shape of the stylish new Nissan Pulsar Black Edition.
Based on mid-range N-Connecta grade, the Pulsar Black Edition offers contemporary design and styling enhancements.
Exterior upgrades include premium new black bezel headlights with LED signature, black door mirrors and 18-inch black diamond cut alloy wheels.
Enhancements have also been made to the airy and spacious interior, which remains best-in-class for rear passenger legroom. They include premium part-leather seats and rear privacy glass, delivering new levels of comfort for those on-board.
The Pulsar Black Edition is also equipped with the NissanConnect five-inch touch-screen infotainment system. Its features include Bluetooth connectivity with audio streaming, DAB digital radio and aux / USB ports.
On sale now across Europe, the Pulsar Black Edition is available with two of Nissan’s most popular engines – the 1.2 DIG-T 115PS petrol and the 1.5 dCi 110PS diesel. Both offer exceptional performance, economy and refinement.
Ryan Gains, Chief Marketing Manager, Pulsar, Nissan Europe, commented: “The Nissan Pulsar remains a hit across Europe, with customers awarding it an impressive 9.1 out of 10 with independent feedback organisation Reevoo.”
He added: “Building on this success, the new Pulsar Black Edition will satisfy customers seeking a more contemporary and stylish five-door hatchback.”
NOTES TO EDITORS
Based on N-Connecta grade in all markets except Italy, Spain and Portugal where it is based on Acenta grade
18-inch black diamond cut alloy wheels replaced by 17-inch wheels in Spain, Portugal, Holland, Czech Republic and Slovakia
ABOUT NISSAN IN EUROPE
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