The new Nissan Pulsar hatchback is one of the latest cars to be tested by the rigorous EuroNCAP team to assess how safe it is in the event of a collision.
It scored full five-stars which can be broken down as - 84% Adult Occupant, 81% Child Occupant, 75% Pedestrian and 68% for Safety Assist. This compares to the Renault Megane which was also tested in 2014 which also scored five-stars, with an 83% Adult Occupant, 78% Child Occupant, 60% Pedestrian and 56% Safety Assist rating.
The Nissan Pulsar went on sale with a starting price of £15,995 for the entry level Visia DIG-T 115 edition.
From the Acenta speficiation and above Forward Emergency Braking is standard, with Nissan's Safety Shield technologies including Forward Emergency Braking, Moving Object Detection, Lane Departure Warning and Blind Spot Warning standard on the top-of-the-range Tekna models, which start at £20,345.
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