Before nearly all Americans commuted solo from suburb to suburb in large trucks, many of them commuted solo from suburb to city in sensible economy cars. This Pulsar NX reached for, but did not attain, the 200,000-mile mark.
Like the original Mustang, the Pulsar NX was an attempt to add some devil-may-care coupe style to a sensible commuter machine. The subsequent generation of Pulsar NX grew in size and added a removable "Sportbak" that could replace its hatchback.
Power was... well, not impressive, even by 1985 standards. This carbureted 1.6-liter four generated 70 horses.
On the plus side, the '85 Pulsar NX came with 80s-cool badging inside and out, with the car's name applied on just about every possible location.