Released earlier this year, the Pulsar name plate returned to the Australian market in place of its unpopular predecessor, the Tiida.
Standard safety features fitted to the Nissan Pulsar sedan include Vehicle Dynamic Control (VDC), Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD), Brake Assist (BA), traction control, and six airbags (including front-to-rear curtain airbags), front seatbelts with load limiters and seatbelt pre-tensioners.
Nissan Australia’s CEO, William Peffer Jnr, was enthused by the Pulsar’s ANCAP result.
“The new Nissan Pulsar sedan’s maximum 5-star ANCAP safety rating is further proof that the Nissan Pulsar should be on every Small Car buyer’s shopping list,” Mr Peffer said.
“The Pulsar sedan has been equipped and priced to deliver more to Australian customers, in terms of safety, value and driving comfort.”
The Pulsar sedan ST with manual transmission is currently available for $19,990 drive-away for cars ordered and delivered before June 30, as part of Nissan Australia’s End of Financial Year sale.
The sedan's new Hatch sibling will also make its Australian debut next month, along with the turbocharged SSS hero model.