Nissan Pulsar Australia
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Nissan Pulsar Reviews
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Nissan Pulsar Q&As
Check out real-world situations relating to the Nissan Pulsar here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.
Nissan Pulsar 2005: Why is there a banging sound when I start the car?
If the noise sounds like a dull thud or knock from deep within the engine, then I have bad news. Something inside the engine is probably trying to get out. And if it does, the engine will be instantly turned to junk. The worse news is that it probably already is (junk) even though it’s still running, because the damage has already been done. From the sound of things, your engine is perhaps only a few seconds away from exploding expensively.
Noises like this are usually caused by wear in the bearings – typically the con-rod bearings – and while they can be fixed if you do so before the engine grenades, it will always be an expensive job. In fact, it would likely cost more than the actual value of a 2005 Pulsar itself.
The best advice, then, is to let a mechanic have a listen to see if it’s as bad as you’ve described. From there, I reckon a second-hand engine form a wrecked Pulsar would be your best bet if you’re determined to keep the car.
Nissan Pulsar 2002: Why is it revving while the car is idling?
It could be an air leak, or an incorrect idle setting. Have a mechanic check it.
Nissan Pulsar 2014: Why is my car leaking coolant?
You would like to think it would last the life of the car, but there are many reasons it might need replacing.
Nissan Pulsar 1999: What models have the same auto transmission?
The best source of that info would be an automatic transmission mechanic or a wrecking yard specializing in Japanese cars.
Nissan Pulsar Models Price and Specs
The price range for the Nissan Pulsar varies based on the trim level you choose. Starting at $10,890 and going to $21,780 for the latest year the model was manufactured. The model range is available in the following body types starting from the engine/transmission specs shown below.
|Year||Body Type||Specs||Price from||Price to|
|2018||Sedan||1.8L, ULP, 6 SP MAN||$10,890||$21,670|
|2018||Hatchback||1.8L, ULP, CVT AUTO||$11,990||$21,780|
|2017||Sedan||1.8L, ULP, 6 SP MAN||$10,010||$20,240|
|2017||Hatchback||1.8L, ULP, CVT AUTO||$10,890||$20,240|
|2016||Hatchback||1.8L, ULP, CVT AUTO||$9,000||$18,880|
|2016||Sedan||1.8L, ULP, CVT AUTO||$9,000||$18,880|
|2015||Sedan||1.8L, ULP, CVT AUTO||$7,500||$17,625|
|2015||Hatchback||1.8L, ULP, CVT AUTO||$7,500||$22,110|
|2014||Hatchback||1.8L, ULP, 6 SP MAN||$6,988||$16,990|
|2014||Sedan||1.8L, ULP, 6 SP MAN||$6,988||$16,990|