Spending more to step up to the Pulsar ST-L sedan or hatch buys you rear parking sensors, an iPod compatible USB port for the audio system, premium cloth seat trim, a leather-accented steering wheel, foglights and a rear spoiler.
The ST-L sedan also gets a 5.8-inch colour touchscreen with satellite navigation, a reversing camera, dual-zone air-conditioning (which allows different temperatures on either side of the cabin) and Bluetooth audio streaming.
Spending more again for a Pulsar SSS gets you the more powerful, turbocharged engine, and 17-inch wheels fitted with wider tyres in a lower profile (which improve grip and steering response). Cosmetic enhancements include front and rear lower aerodynamic spoilers, and side skirts. A manual mode gives you more control of the auto gearbox.
SSS hatchbacks gain the extra equipment that comes on the ST-L sedan: Bluetooth audio, a reversing camera, the colour touchscreen, sat-nav, and dual-zone air-con. (The SSS sedan has these things too.)
The doors of SSS sedans and hatchbacks can be unlocked while the key remains secure in a pocket or handbag, and the seat trim has leather accents. Headlamps switch on automatically when it gets dark, and have extremely bright xenon bulbs with auto-levelling.