Nissan expects to sell 7,500 Pulsars in current fiscal year.
BANGKOK – Nissan connects the dots of its Thai model portfolio, launching its new C-segment Pulsar here. The auto maker already has strong products in the B-segment with both the March hatchback and Almera sedan, as well as the D-segment with the Sylphy. The Teana fills the E-segment slot for Nissan, which also offers a pickup, the Navara. The launch of the Pulsar hatchback plugs the remaining critical hole, giving the auto maker a fully cohesive lineup as it drives towards ...
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