Car reviews - Nissan - Pulsar - Ti sedan
The range-topping N16 Pulsar of 2000 was the Ti sedan - powered by an 1800cc engine
2 Apr 2001
By BRUCE NEWTON
NISSAN'S new Pulsar range flagship, the Ti model, comes fully loaded with accessories, offers more space and more power in a new body with strong visual family ties to the Maxima. Offering ABS, air-con and twin airbags as standard the Ti constitutes a lot of car for the money, but in automatic form, performance isn't great and refinement levels are unremarkable.
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Model release date: 1 July 2000 to 1 February 2006
Did you know?1. The previous Pulsar was Australia?s best-selling Japanese imported small-medium saloon.
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Nissan Pulsar N15/N15IIReleased: October 1995
Ended: September 2000
Family Tree: Pulsar
The Pulsar is at the core of Nissan's local operations and the N15 series maintained a strong foothold in the small car class. The sedan engine was a 1.6-litre 86kW 4-cylinder, supplemented by a 2.0-litre 105kW version exclusive to the SSS wagon/hatch. Among the best of the small cars.
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