Nissan Pulsar N14 Gti-R Workshop Service Manual
The Nissan Pulsar is an automobile that was produced by the Japanese automaker Nissan from 1978, when it debuted as a subcompact car, to 2007, when it was replaced in all markets by the Nissan Tiida. It was originally conceived as a replacement for Nissan’s first front-wheel drive platform, the Nissan Cherry family (models E10 and F10). Although Pulsar models were mainly in front-wheel drive configuration, Nissan did offer four-wheel drive models during the 1980s to early-1990s, ultimately ending with the four-wheel drive turbocharged Nissan Pulsar GTI-R. Some models were sold as Nissan Sunny and Nissan Almera.
The fourth-generation Pulsar (N14) first received exterior styling rounded, somewhat later than most of its rivals. The N14 Pulsar Sunny in Europe continued to be called, and received the designation Sabre in South Africa and Sentra hatchback and sedan variants, respectively. Versions were dropped Langley and Liberta Villa and the coupe and convertible body styles. N14 Nissan Pulsar – Service Manual Nissan Pulsar N14 Gti-R – Dwonload Free
N14 Nissan Pulsar – Service Manual Nissan Pulsar N14 Gti-R – Dwonload Free The GTI-R sports version went on sale to meet the quota that required approval owned a World Rally Car petrol engine turbocharged 2.0-liter, 230 hp maximum power coupled to a drive system to four wheels. The Pulsar GTI-R was also used N14 Group N homologated rally, rallycross and competitions.