Nissan Pulsar Model Overview
Nissan Pulsar Cars
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Why Wont My 89 Nissan Pulsar Start?
I have an 1989 Nissan Pulsar with about 90,000 miles on it. I parked for a couple of days, went to start it up and "nothing". No clicking, no sound at all beside the radio. The lights come on, the rad...
Value Of 1987 Nissan Pulsar
I have been searching everywhere to try to find our what 1987 Pulsars are worth. I have found one in excellent condition and want to know if I would be paying to much. They are asking 3,500.
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This car is in Florida, good condition, and only about $68,000 miles. Not sure if sportbak, or just a hatchbak , but previous owner (passed away) said you could take the back off and change the styl...
About the Nissan Pulsar
The Nissan Pulsar saw various incarnations over its lifespan, including an Italian version that was a joint venture between Nissan and Alfa Romeo. The Pulsar was introduced in the U.S. in 1983.
The Nissan Pulsar was known as being a quick, sporty car that was fun to drive. The 1987 model was particularly innovative, featuring removable parts that one could use to convert the car to a hatchback, wagon, or an open-top car.
The Pulsar is still favored by drivers who like to customize and modify cars. However, the car may not be ideal for racing, as it has been plagued by poor safety ratings.
The Pulsar was eventually replaced by the Nissan NX, another sporty car that was renowned for its handling.