Nissan Pulsar NX Parts and Accessories: Automotive: Amazon.com

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In 1981, Nissan that it was retiring the Datsun worldwide, with the stated of reducing brand confusion, costs on advertising and branding, and product lines. To address the goal, Nissan introduced a of new models to succeed the old Datsun models. In 1983, one such led to the retirement of the Datsun 310 and the introduction.

In 1981, Nissan announced it was retiring the Datsun brand with the stated goal of brand confusion, cutting on advertising and branding, and simplifying lines. To address the latter Nissan introduced a series of new to succeed the old Datsun export In 1983, one such replacement led to the of the Datsun 310 and the introduction of the strange and Nissan Pulsar NX.

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The first generation Nissan NX was a two door coupe with headlights and a nearly nonexistent grille. Under the hood, the NX was available with either a 1.6 naturally aspirated engine or, enough, a slightly smaller 1.5 turbocharged engine. When the NX was first exported to North Nissan also exported a pedestrian series of three- and hatchback Pulsars.

However, the hatchbacks sold poorly, so quickly pulled from the

After three years on the Nissan decided it was time to the Pulsar with the rest of its lineup. Interestingly, while the of the automotive industry was beginning to to rounder body types, chose to take the already and angular Pulsar NX and make it boxier. Since that was not contrary enough, Nissan it one step further and made the NX modular.

Depending on the top put on the car, the NX could be converted from to convertible to coupe, all in about an Not satisfied with stopping Nissan chose to turn the to 11 and added angled stripes on the This strange state of continued until 1990, the Pulsar NX was retired and replaced the jellybean-shaped Nissan NX.

Though the more conservatively non-NX Pulsar hatchbacks did not well in North America and quickly pulled, they sold, with varying of success, as captive imports for brands overseas. In Australia, the hatchback was sold as the Holden where it achieved enough to continue through six years and two

In Europe, on the other hand, the Pulsar was sold through an misguided partnership with Romeo as the Arna. Presaging a misguided partnership between and Britain#39;s Rover Group a few later, the Nissan-Alfa Romeo was supposed to produce a car with Romeo driving dynamics and reliability, thus providing the of both worlds.

The Alfa Romeo Arna, on the hand, successfully combined Romeo#39;s legendarily poor quality with early Nissan economy car driving Needless to say, it was not well in the marketplace.

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