The Pulsar handles securely and predictably, with a decent amount of grip. The steering could be better, though; it’s accurate, but the weight doesn’t always build quickly enough when you turn in to a corner. This can make the Nissan a little disconcerting at higher speeds, as you never really have a good idea of what’s going on at the front.
It’s easy to park at lower speeds, though, because the steering is light enough when moving slowly.
The DIG-T 190 has some altered spring and damper settings which improve the handling slightly, and the steering rack has been tweaked to offer some sharper steering, but it’s not significantly better than the other models.