Nissan Pulsar History
|The Nissan Pulsar is a compact car manufactured by Nissan that was originally conceived as a front-wheel drive replacement for the Nissan Cherry (also known as the Datsun 100A/120A). Almost all of the models produced were of a front-wheel drive configuration. From the 1980s, Nissan did offer four-wheel drive models, and in the early 1990s, the all-wheel drive turbocharged Nissan Pulsar GTi-R.
The Pulsar was first released in 1978. The N10 series Pulsar was exported to Australia with the Datsun Pulsar name. This model was known as the Datsun Cherry or Datsun 100A/120A/130A/140A/150A in Europe and the Datsun 310 in the US. The Nissan Langley, from 1980, was a more upmarket Pulsar.
The Pulsar was available as a three or five-door hatchback sedan, a two or four-door van or station wagon, a two-door fastback coupe with wraparound rear window, and a short-lived four-door fastback sedan.
A mid-term facelift brought new E-series engines for 1981 and 1982.
Since the beginning of production this model had body types Hatch and Sedan.
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