Nissan Pulsar 2016 vs Honda Type R 2016

This is a rece with no clear winner, as Nissan is yet to decide where to place the new Nissan Pulsar. It will definatelly be interesting in the future though !

The Nissan Pulsar GTI-R remains an iconic name for a the younger generations. They simply loved the sound of the turbo that the car makes.

Last year Nissan unveiled the prototype for the new GTI-R ! And it's exactlye what we would like to see stylingwise. So before you cancel your Golf GTI or Ford Focus order have in mind that this is only a styling excersize! Nissan has yet to decide weather the should target the 200bhp region Kia Pro Cee’d, the 220+bhp Golf GTI territory and or the 300bhp-plus A45 AMG / Golf R / Type R arena!

Our insides show though that the car will be powered by a 1.6 Turbo engine with around 275bhp on the clock. Will the nissan be light enough to be a match for the mighty 310 bhp Honda Civic Type R? Only time will tell !

The Honda Type R 2016 on the other hand is a whole different story. It is ready, it is built and tested and it's here to stay ! Not only does the 2016 Honda Civic Type R look better in white than it did in that grainy magazine ad photo that leaked out, but it also has way more power than we imagined. How does 310 horsepower strike your fancy?
Autocar has details on what they're calling the fastest and most powerful front-wheel drive hot hatchback in existence. The 310 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque at just 2500 RPM (in a Honda! Jesus!) come from a 2.0-liter turbocharged i-VTEC four. The zero to 62 mph (100 km/hr) dash happens in 5.7 seconds, and top speed is 167 mph.
And the styling is just much better in my opinion than the one that Nissan made ! The Nissan just looks like a fatter Golf.

This will surely be one epic battle but my vote goes for the Honda!

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