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What engine was in the SSS Pulsar?

What engine was in the SSS Pulsar?

The top trim package was the SSS turbo with the E15ET engine, and the top two trim packages offered multi-port fuel injection with the base model offering a carburetor—all with the 1.5-liter petrol engine.

Is it worth buying a Nissan Pulsar?

Is the Nissan Pulsar a good car? Above all, the Nissan Pulsar is a good value family car. It shares a lot with the Qashqai SUV – the cabin design is near identical. What is also pretty SUV-like in the Pulsar is the amount of space for passengers which is more than in alternatives such as the VW Golf.

Are Nissan Pulsars good on fuel?

Most versions of the Pulsar are relatively cheap to run, particularly the 1.5 diesel, which nips into the free road tax band and gets an official average of 78.5mpg – among the best in the class.

Are Nissan Pulsars reliable?

The Pulsar finished in last position family car class in our latest reliability survey. Owners complained of a number of non-engine electrics and there were plenty of issues surrounding the air conditioning system. Nissan as a brand came 29th out of 32 other car manufacturers – a poor result.

When should the timing belt be changed on a Nissan Pulsar?

We recommend that you change it every 5 years or 90,000 miles – whichever comes first. If you leave it too late and the belt fails, there is a high probability of major engine damage and your car could require a new engine. It may not sound like much but the cambelt is essential to the welfare of your Nissan vehicle.

Does a Nissan Pulsar have a timing belt?

Having the timing belt replaced on your Nissan Pulsar at the recommended intervals will ensure that your vehicle remains in good running condition. Failure to do so can lead to engine damage when the timing belt fails – which usually requires extensive repairs and hefty towing costs.

How many Nissan Pulsar GTIR are left in the UK?

2021 2017

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