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Nissan Pulsar (N15). 1995–2000 (prod. n/a). 3-, 4- and 5-door sedan. F/F, F/A, 1392, 1497, 1596, 1597, 1838, 1998 cm³ (I4 DOHC), 1952 cm³ diesel (I4 OHC). Nissan goes the safe route again, with a dependable, but dull, range of compact cars. Uninspired behind the wheel, and styling lacked the imagination of its predecessor. Three- and four-door for Japan initially, before five-door in 1996, though Europe received all body styles at launch, and called the range Almera. Mid-term changes in 1997. X-1 name from old Nissan Cherry (E10) used for some three-door models; some four-doors were called the Pulsar Serie. Related to Nissan Lucino (N15). Numerous limited editions and sporting models, including VZ-R for Japanese racing. End of the Pulsar name in Japan, though it continued elsewhere, including Australia; Sentra in New Zealand for a short time before it was renamed Pulsar.


Manufacturing location: Oppama, Japan

Marque: Nissan | Model: Nissan Pulsar | Predecessor: Nissan Pulsar (N14) | Successors: Nissan Almera (N16), Nissan Bluebird Sylphy (G10)





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