1985 Nissan PulsarReview
Great First Car For Anyone. — Cheap to run, comfortable interior for an 80's vehicle and cheap to repair. The engine was used in other vehicles such as the Astra and the Prairie making parts easy to find. An AM/FM radio was a big bonus for 80's cars in Australia. Plenty of room for a small car.
Primary Use: Commuting to work
Pros: Cheap reliable daily driver
Cons: Not he most powerful car in the world and tend to burn oil.
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