Nissan Aiming Premium Market with New Pulsar Hatch
Jul 07, 2014 14:04
Nissan isn't interested in sporty designs. Instead, it is aiming for the premium touch. Its vice president - Andy Palmer, spoke to AutoExpress and revealed that they are not intending for the Pulsar to be sporty. Instead, it will bridge the gap between the Qashqai and regular hatches.
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