Used Nissan Pulsar Hatchback (2014 - 2018) Also Consider

Review by Keith Jones on
Last Updated: 15 Jan 2015
3.5
While the Nissan Pulsar name may be unfamiliar in the UK, this model heralds the Japanese brand's return to the mid-size family hatchback class for the first time since the demise of the Almera back in 2006. It's Europe's most competitively-fought market sector, with some very capable rivals; notably Volkswagen's Golf and its relations from SEAT and Skoda, Peugeot's latest 308 and Ford's ubiquitous Focus.

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Ford Focus Hatchback (11-18)
4 out of 5

Ford Focus Hatchback (11-18)

  • Excellent ride and handling
  • Broad range of powerplants
  • Staggering speed of RS
  • Generously equipped
  • Poor steering feedback
  • Counter-intuitive PowerShift gearbox
  • Seats lack lateral support
  • Rivals are more spacious

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Volkswagen Golf Hatchback (13-20)
4.8 out of 5

Volkswagen Golf Hatchback (13-20)

  • Spacious yet compact
  • Efficient range of engines
  • GTI and R provide thrills
  • Luxurious feel
  • Even better post-2017 facelift
  • Expensive to buy
  • Options are pricey
  • Evolutionary styling
  • GTD isn’t a diesel GTI

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