The N12 Nissan Pulsar (1982-1986) was a front-drive little compact that was the predecessor to the wicked Sportbak configurable wagon/convertible/shootingbrake thing. The early Pulsars didn’t have the cool configurable roof design, but they did have one of the coolest grills on a car ever made. Find this 1986 Nissan Pulsar NX offered for $4,000 in Denver, CO via craigslist.
The Nissan Pulsar NX was this oddball mutant from the 80s that could be configured as a coupe, hatchback/wagon or open top…and that was all in the same vehicle. The only thing constant about the Pulsar is its radical tailights and the fact that you don’t see them on the road anymore. Shame. I miss […]
You might not love one, but you cannot hate the Nissan Pulsar. From those funky psychedelic tail lights to the 3-way sports-car/wagon/convertible roof setup…how can you not like this thing!?!?! You want a time machine…forget the Delorean — get one of these, it’ll be 1985 before you know it. Find this 1988 Nissan Pulsar NX offered for […]
Back in the 1980s if you wanted a car that could transform from a coupe to a convertible to shooting brake to a pickup there was only one place to go — your local Nissan dealer. The second generation Nissan Pulsar NX (known as the EXA in Japan) was produced from 1986 through 1990 with […]
The Nissan Pulsar NX (known in Japan as the EXA) was in its 2nd generation when the funky Sportbak edition was offered for sale in North America. The Pulsar NX was available with a uniquely configurable rear end that allowed the owner to set it up as a coupe, hatchback or open-top, but mostly the […]