1993 Nissan Pulsar GTi-R 2.0 turbo charged 16v
0-60 5.5secs, top speed 155mph+, 4 adults and their belongings, 3 doors, this car speaks for itself!
When I got it, it had 220bhp and the only problem I had was the turbo which got a hole on it. The roof shakes and the electric windows played up, but nothing too dramatic.
I had the car for under a year now and it's pushing 350bhp out and is a beast. My previous Impreza WRX STii is no way as powerful as this. For a hatchback it's the king of the road and can fit 4 people and luggage in perfectly comfortably.
This car modified and is one pocket rocket, there's no denying that!!! The ultimate.
Reliable like all Nissan's and cheap parts, always do an HPI check cause these cars are normally imports.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 26th January, 2002
9th Feb 2005, 23:55
Cheap parts???don't think so.
12th Apr 2005, 06:58
The Standard Pulsar Parts will be the cheap parts, that is the ones that also fit standard non-turbo pulsars.
15th Sep 2005, 23:45
How many Kilometers can you do on a tank of fuel on average? City driving and country driving? I want to get one, but the way petrol costs are these days I don't want a car that's really thirsty.
11th Oct 2005, 15:42
Don't buy one of these if you are worried about fuel consumption! Mine does 16mpg round town and 21mpg on a run it's running 310bhp at last dyno run. You have to expect these sort of figures for cars that do 0-60 in 5 seconds...
18th Mar 2007, 06:42
Alright guys I've been looking at a few of these monsters and just wanted to know how much of a big job it is to replace the clutch pedal and box? also do these have a mojor prob with blowing head gaskets?
20th Mar 2007, 09:23
Hi guys. I'm buying one next month. My work mate is selling it to me quite cheap, but it still needs to have some work done on it. Need to change all lock sets, all doors and ignition. How much do you reckon it could cost for the parts and the change job itself? And driver's side door needs to be changed as well. How much is that? Thanks.