1986 nissan pulsar nx




1986 nissan pulsar nx

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  • I'm looking at buying a used Nissan Pulsar NX. How many miles does this car usually get? Any thing specifically to look for when test driving one?.

    Designed in California and sold from to , the second-generation Nissan Pulsar NX (known elsewhere as the EXA) was basically just.

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    All specifications, performance and fuel economy data of Nissan Pulsar NX 5- speed ( kW / 70 PS / 69 hp), edition of the year since mid-year for .

    1986 nissan pulsar nx

    1986 nissan pulsar nx

    Like the rest of you, I have not seen one of these in eons. But it commonly came as a curious hatchback-with-a-rear-deck, as you see here. Reminds me of the Dodge Magnum wagon. Fun little car and great MPG for the time I got over 34 MPG on a trip to NY My Brother totaled it around at that point it had k miles and the only problem had been a transmission issue which was resolved with a used one from a junk yard.

    1986 nissan pulsar nx

    1986 nissan pulsar nx

    1986 nissan pulsar nx

    1986 nissan pulsar nx

    1986 nissan pulsar nx

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    As styling went aero in the Eighties, Nissan went the other way with its sharply drawn Pulsar NX coupe. That was before the and reality adjustments. Stripping down to pounds was a big part of its efficiency, along with a new electronic fuel metering unit.

    In that was the style. Mounted sideways driving the front wheels of course. That was the difference between a sports coupe and a sports car. That fuzzy cloth they all used held up pretty well. Celicas came in notchback or fastback form, but this notchy notchback was the predominant Pulsar NX body style. Rear glass more vertical than the windshield: It looks sharp, emphasizes the simple clean body lines, and makes room for a proper trunk lid, not the more usual mail slot.

    1986 nissan pulsar nx

    Eighties functional, well done. But it commonly came as a curious hatchback-with-a-rear-deck, as you see here. Or, you could get a Nissan NX Sportbak! And the best part is, you could swap the lids to make your hatchback a Sportbak, or vice-versa! Like roadsters with removable hardtops, you could hang one in the garage while using the other.

    Some say Japanese dealers had lids you could rent if you lacked a garage. What can a hatchback do that a Sportbak cannot? But kudos to Nissan for being creative. It came in T-top form too. Even seen a T-top wagon? But I can imagine a T-topped Camaro Sportbak, why not? I remember reading an article stating that a full two-thirds of Pulsar buyers were women, which seemed to correspond to what I saw on the street.

    1986 nissan pulsar nx

    Now, not having seen a surviving Pulsar in at least a decade, and with the entire Japanese sports coupe class from my teenage years long since extinct, it is hard not to feel nostalgic about the Pulsar and the others. Thanks for the reminder! They were all slow, but there was potential there too. It was heavier and softer but still had good performance, and performance potential, in a cooler looking package.

    For its time, the Sentra was one of the fastest cars in its class. The Pulsar undoubtedly had equal performance. All these little coupes were a body style variation, and in their basic configuration not intended to be performance cars. The Sentra was the fastest with a If I shifted to 5th, it would slow down to 90, I had one of these. Nightmare of a car. I just found a 1st generation Pulsar nx ,, KMs. Never winter driven and one owner mint condition.. I had a model and been kicking myself since I sold it in I looked for years and finally found a survivor..

    It was such a cool looking car. Before I knew about these, I had always thought it was some custom accessory, not a factory roof option.

    1986 nissan pulsar nx

    That is funny you mention cape cod and a blue pulsar with wagon back. I owned a blue one and live on cape. I still own a red pulsar and painted the wagon black. I doubt many folks will read this, but I still wanted to share. Only a paternity test will reveal who the father is.. I just bought an 83 Pulsar that runs…okay it likes to scream at me. But the point of this comment is that Maury Povich, and his wife, come in to the restaurant I work at in Bigfork, MT all the time.

    Supposedly the NX Turbo was ridiculously slow off the line…til that turbo finally kicked in! And then it was Katy-bar-the-door. Trying to think if I knew any girls who owned one. I knew a young lady from church who had one we dated briefly … she high-centered it on one of those concrete tire stops in a mall parking lot pulled forward instead of backing out. Took four guys to lift it off…. I use some archaic terms myself, but I have never heard of Katy bar the door until now so I just had to find out what it meant.

    1986 Nissan Pulsar NX 88k miles



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