Advice for buyers
What should I look for in a used Nissan Pulsar hatchback?
The Pulsar has cheap plastics inside that might not hide scratches and marks that well.
Make sure the alloy wheels don’t have big chunks taken out of them – these will be expensive to repair and could be hiding other suspension and wheel alignment problems that will affect tyre wear and handling. Make sure the car's bumpers and bodywork aren’t dented or scratched, because these will also be costly to repair.