Nissan Tiida To Replace Pulsar
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Nissan is showing its Pulsar replacement, the all-new Tiida sedan and hatch, at Sydney's 2005 Australian International Motor Show.
Tiida offers a leap forward for Nissan customers with its modern design, premium finishes and spacious interior.
The Tiida exterior features a dynamic look with the emphasis on attention to detail. The body form and long roofline suggest both Tiidaís performance capabilities and the roominess inside.
The new Tiida offers occupant comfort and roominess normally associated with cars twice its size. It is one of the most spacious cars in its class thanks to the consideration given to the interior and exterior dimensions which maximise the available head, leg and shoulder room.
To further enhance interior space on the high-grade hatch models, a rear sliding seat moves up to 24cm to increase either passenger or cargo capacity.
Powered by an all aluminium 1.8-litre engine which has excellent fuel economy and performance. Adoption of continuous valve timing control (C-VTC) has resulted in better efficiency without sacrificing power.
Two transmissions will be available with manual models the first in the class to get a six-speed transmission across the range, while automatic models will come with a four-speed unit.
The new Tiida sedan and hatch will replace Nissanís popular Pulsar range which has been incredibly successful for the company. Since the Pulsar was first introduced in Australia in 1980, over 370,000 vehicles have been sold.