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Foreword
Welcome to the growing family of new NISSAN owners. This vehicle has been delivered to you with confidence. It has been produced using the latest techniques
and strict quality control.
This manual was prepared to help you understand the operation and maintenance of your vehicle so that you may enjoy many kilometres (miles) of driving pleasure.
Please read through this manual before operating your vehicle.
A separate Warranty Information & Maintenance Booklet explains in detail the warranty coverage that applies to your vehicle.
Your NISSAN dealer knows your vehicle best. When you require any service or have any questions, your NISSAN dealer will be glad to assist you with the extensive
resources available for you.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
REMINDERS FOR SAFETY!
Follow these important driving rules to help ensure a safe and complete trip for
you and your passengers!
NEVER drive under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
ALWAYS observe posted speed limits and never drive too fast for condi-
tions.
ALWAYS use your seat belts and appropriate child restraint systems.
Preteen children should be seated in the rear seat.
ALWAYS provide information about the proper use of vehicle safety fea-
tures to all occupants of the vehicle.
ALWAYS review this Owner's Manual for important safety information.
WHEN READING THE MANUAL
This manual includes information for all options available on this model. There-
fore, you may find some information that does not apply to your vehicle.
All information, specifications and illustrations in this manual are those in effect
at the time of printing. NISSAN reserves the right to change specifications or
designs at any time without notice and without obligation.
MODIFICATION OF YOUR VEHICLE
This vehicle should not be modified. Modifications could affect its performance,
safety or durability, and may even violate governmental regulations. In addition,
damage or performance problems resulting from modifications may not be cov-
ered under NISSAN warranties.
READ FIRST — THEN DRIVE SAFELY
Before driving your vehicle, read this Owner's Manual carefully. This will ensure
familiarity with controls and maintenance requirements, assisting you in the safe
operation of your vehicle.
Throughout this manual the following symbols and words are used:
WARNING
Indicates the presence of a hazard that could cause death or serious per-
sonal injury. To avoid or reduce the risk, the procedures described must be
followed precisely.
CAUTION
Indicates the presence of a hazard that could cause minor or moderate per-
sonal injury, or damage to your vehicle. To avoid or reduce the risk, the pro-
cedures described must be followed carefully.
NOTE
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   Summary of Contents for NISSAN Qashqai

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    A separate Warranty Information & Maintenance Booklet explains in detail the warranty coverage that applies to your vehicle. Your NISSAN dealer knows your vehicle best. When you require any service or have any questions, your NISSAN dealer will be glad to assist you with the extensive resources available for you.

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    • Remote controller battery (for Mobile Entertainment system) If in doubt, contact your local authority, or a NISSAN dealer, or a qualified work- shop for advice on disposal. Arrows in an illustration that are similar to these call attention to an item in the...

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    Bluetooth® is a trademark owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. iPod® is a trademark of Apple Inc.

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    Contents Illustrated table of contents Safety — seats, seat belts and supplemental restraint system Instruments and controls Pre-driving checks and adjustments Display screen, heater and air conditioner, and audio system Starting and driving In case of emergency Appearance and care Maintenance and do-it-yourself Technical information Index...

  • Page 6: Illustrated Table Of Contents

    Illustrated table of contents Illustrated table of contents Air bag system............HR16DE engine (Type A) ........Exterior front and rear ..........HR16DE engine (Type B) ........Instrument and control layout ........MR20DE engine ..........Left (LHD) and Right-hand drive (RHD) Euro 4 K9K engine ..........

  • Page 7: Air Bag System

    AIR BAG SYSTEM NPA986 1. Pre-tensioner seat belt retractors (P. 1-12) 6. Front passenger air bag deactivate switch (P. 1-17) 2. Side air bag modules (P. 1-14) 7. Diagnosis sensor unit 3. Curtain air bag modules (P.1-14) 4. Driver air bag module (P. 1-14) 5.

  • Page 8: Exterior Front And Rear

    EXTERIOR FRONT AND REAR 9 Tyres (Tyres and wheels P. 8-31, P. 9-7, Flat tyre P. 6-2) Front view camera* (Around view monitor, P. 4-4) Back door (Door locks P. 3-12, Remote key- less entry system P. 3-3) Rear view camera* (Rear-view monitor, P. 4-2, around view monitor, P.

  • Page 9: Instrument And Control Layout

    INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL LAYOUT NIC1601 Illustrated table of contents...

  • Page 10: Left (lhd) And Right-hand Drive (rhd Models

    23. Front passenger air bag deactivate switch (P. 1-17) Audio control* (P. 4-43) where fitted Cruise control* (P. 5-29) Refer to the separately provided NISSAN Con- Speed limiter* (P. 5-31) nect Owner’s Manual. Trip computer display control* (P. 2-16) See the page number indicated in parentheses for operating details.

  • Page 11: Meters And Gauges

    METERS AND GAUGES Gear indicator (CVT and AT models only) (P. 2-14) switch (Settings control and trip computer control) (P. 2-11) Fuel gauge (P. 2-2) NIC1560 1 Tachometer (P. 2-2) 5 Vehicle information display (P. 2-11) 2 Warning/indicator lights (P. 2-3) 6 Speedometer (P.

  • Page 12: Engine Compartment, Hr16de Engine (type A)

    ENGINE COMPARTMENT HR16DE ENGINE (Type A) 1 Engine coolant reservoir (P. 8-6) 2 Brake/clutch fluid reservoir (RHD models) (P. 8-15) 3 Engine oil filler cap (P. 8-8) 4 Brake/clutch fluid reservoir (LHD models) (P. 8-15) 5 Air cleaner filter (P. 8-21) 6 Fuses/fusible link box (P.

  • Page 13: Hr16de Engine (type B), Hr16de Engine (type B)

    HR16DE ENGINE (Type B) 1 Engine coolant reservoir (P. 8-6) 2 Brake/clutch fluid reservoir (RHD models) (P. 8-15) 3 Engine oil filler cap (P. 8-8) 4 Brake/clutch fluid reservoir (LHD models) (P. 8-15) 5 Air cleaner filter (P. 8-21) 6 Fuses/fusible link box (P. 8-23) 7 Battery (P.

  • Page 14: Mr20de Engine

    MR20DE ENGINE 1 Engine coolant reservoir (P. 8-6) 2 Brake/clutch fluid reservoir (MT (RHD) models), Brake fluid reservoir (CVT (RHD) models) (P. 8-15) 3 Engine oil filler cap (P. 8-8) 4 Brake/clutch fluid reservoir (MT (LHD) models), Brake fluid reservoir (CVT (LHD) models) (P.

  • Page 15: Euro 4 K9k Engine

    Euro 4 K9K engine 1 Engine coolant reservoir (P. 8-6) 2 Brake and clutch fluid reservoir (RHD models) (P. 8-15) 3 Engine oil filler cap (P. 8-8) 4 Brake/clutch fluid reservoir (LHD models) (P. 8-15) 5 Air cleaner filter (P. 8-21) 6 Fuses/fusible link box (P.

  • Page 16: Euro 5 K9k Engine

    Euro 5 K9K engine 1 Engine coolant reservoir (P. 8-6) 2 Brake and clutch fluid reservoir (RHD models) (P. 8-15) 3 Brake/clutch fluid reservoir (LHD models) (P. 8-15) 4 Air cleaner filter (P. 8-21) 5 Fuses/fusible link box (P. 8-23) 6 Battery (P.

  • Page 17: M9r Engine

    M9R ENGINE 1 Engine coolant reservoir (P. 8-6) 2 Brake/clutch fluid reservoir (MT (RHD) models), Brake fluid reservoir (AT (RHD) models) (P. 8-15) 3 Engine oil filler cap and dipstick (P. 8-8) 4 Brake/clutch fluid reservoir (MT (LHD) models), Brake fluid reservoir (AT (LHD) models) (P.

  • Page 18: R9m Engine

    R9M ENGINE 1 Engine coolant reservoir (P. 8-6) 2 Brake/clutch fluid reservoir (MT (RHD) models), Brake fluid reservoir (AT (RHD) models) (P. 8-15) 3 Engine oil filler cap (P. 8-8) 4 Brake/clutch fluid reservoir (MT (LHD) models), Brake fluid reservoir (AT (LHD) models) (P.

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    NOTE 0-14 Illustrated table of contents...

  • Page 20: Restraint System

    Safety — seats, seat belts and supplemental Safety — seats, seat belts and supplemental restraint system restraint system Seats............... Pre-tensioner seat belt system ......... 1-12 Front seats ............Supplemental Restraint System (air bag system) ..1-13 Air bag system............ 1-14 Rear seat(s)............

  • Page 21: Front Seats

    SEATS • Closely supervise children when they are FRONT SEATS WARNING around the vehicle to prevent them from play- • ing and being locked in the luggage compart- Do not adjust the driver’s seat while driving. ment where they could be seriously injured. The seat may move suddenly and could cause Keep the vehicle locked with the rear seat- loss of control of the vehicle.

  • Page 22: Rear Seat(s)

    CAUTION is folded past the vertical position. If the lever is REAR SEAT(S) released early the seat will go into Easy entry Always ensure that the seat belt is not trapped in mode, see “Easy entry to the 3rd row (7-seater)” the release lever or any other vehicle part.

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    4. Fold the seatback forward. The seat will lock into position. Rock the seat to 4. Fold the seatback forward. confirm it is locked in position. Adjust the seat if To return the 2nd row centre seat to its seating posi- To return the 3rd row seat to its seating position, necessary, see “Adjustment 2nd row (7-seater)”...

  • Page 24: Armrests (where Fitted), Head Restraints

    3. Rear armrest (7–seater) ARMRESTS (where fitted) Pull the strap 1 at the centre seat bench and lay the centre seatback/armrest horizontally. HEAD RESTRAINTS WARNING • Do not drive and/or ride in the vehicle with the head restraint removed. This can be dan- gerous.

  • Page 25: Seat Belts, Active Head Restraints (front Seats), Seat Belt Warnings

    SEAT BELTS ing its backward movement and by helping to ab- ACTIVE HEAD RESTRAINTS (front sorb some of the forces that may lead to whiplash seats) type injuries. Active head restraints are effective for collisions at low to medium speeds in which it is said that whip- lash injury occurs most.

  • Page 26: Precautions On Seat Belt Usage

    The belt should be replaced if webbing are wearing your seat belt and it is properly ad- becomes frayed, contaminated or damaged. justed. NISSAN strongly encourages you and all of • your passengers to buckle up every time you drive,...

  • Page 27: Child Safety, Pregnant Women

    The booster seat should fit the vehicle’s by a NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop af- seat. Once the child has grown so the shoulder belt ter any collision. NISSAN recommends that...

  • Page 28: Injured Persons, Three-point Type Seat Belts

    CAUTION INJURED PERSONS The seat belt retractor is designed to lock dur- NISSAN recommends that injured persons use seat ing a sudden impact. A slow pulling motion belts, depending on the injury. Check with your doc- will permit the belt to move and allow you tor for specific recommendations.

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    Unfastening the seat belts WARNING Make sure, when releasing the centre seat belt from the 2nd row, that the seat belt tongues do not come into contact with any occupants on the 3rd row. To unfasten the seat belt, press the button on the buckle.

  • Page 30: Seat Belt Maintenance

    NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop. To adjust, depress the adjustment button as illus- trated and move the shoulder belt anchor to the...

  • Page 31: Pre-tensioner Seat Belt System

    NISSAN dealer or sioner seat belt need servicing and your vehicle must qualified workshop. Correct pre-tensioner be taken to the nearest NISSAN dealer or qualified disposal procedures are set forth in the ap- workshop. 1-12...

  • Page 32: Supplemental Restraint System (air Bag System)

    SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM (air bag system) This Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) section START position, the air bag warning light will illu- contains important information concerning the driver minate. The air bag warning light will turn off after approximately 7 seconds if the system is and front passenger air bags, side air bags, curtain air bags and pre-tensioner seat belt system.

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    ting in the front seat to extend their hand out cupants with a history of breathing difficulties, such of the window or lean against the door. as asthma, should get fresh air promptly. • When sitting in the rear seat, do not hold onto the seatback of the front seat.

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    Work on and around the air bag system should passengers should be seated as far away as practi- be done by a NISSAN dealer or qualified work- The warning label is located on the side of the cal from the door finishers and side roof rails. The shop.

  • Page 35: Air Bag Warning Labels, Air Bag Warning Light

    The Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) air bag For instructions on deactivating the front passenger be done only by a NISSAN dealer or qualified work- warning light, displaying in the instrument air bag see “Front passenger air bag deactivation shop.

  • Page 36: Front Passenger Air Bag Indicator Light, Front Passenger Air Bag Deactivation System

    If you need to dispose of an air bag or scrap Do not fit a rearward facing child seat on the senger seat, you must deactivate the front passen- the vehicle, contact a NISSAN dealer or quali- front passenger seat if the air bag activation/ ger seat air bag system: fied workshop.

  • Page 37: Child Restraints, Precautions On Child Restraint Usage

    3. Turn the ignition switch to the ON position and servicing and your vehicle must be taken to the make sure the front passenger air bag indicator nearest NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop. light remains illuminated. •...

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    • • An improperly installed child restraint could Choose a child restraint appropriate to the the shoulder belt does not go in front of the lead to serious injury in an accident. child and the vehicle. It may not be possible child’s face or neck.

  • Page 39: Approved Child Restraint Positions

    Approved child restraint positions Seating position: 5-seater Front passenger seat with Age group deactivated front passenger Rear centre seat Rear outer seat air bag ONLY Group 0+ (< 13 kg) U* or I* Group I (9 to 18 kg) U or I Group II and III (15 to 36 U: Suitable for “Universal”...

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    Seating position: 7-seater Front passenger seat Age group with deactivated front 2nd row centre seat 2nd row outer seat 3rd row seat passenger air bag ONLY Group 0+ (< 13 kg) L or I* Group I (9 to 18 kg) L or I Group II and III (15 to 36 kg)

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    Rearward facing use Platform RWFA Forward facing use Platform FWFD NOTE Alternatively, refer to a NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop for the latest platform references. Universal child restraints approved to ECE Regu- Universal mode only. lation No. 44.04 are clearly marked “Universal”.

  • Page 42: Passenger Seat

    Forward facing use Platform FWF B the front passenger air bag. Supplemental Alternatively, refer to a NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop for the latest platform references. front-impact air bags inflate with great force. Universal mode only.

  • Page 43: Installation Of A Child Restraint System On Rear

    Rear seat (7-seater) WARNING Front-facing • NISSAN recommends that infants or small When you install a front-facing child restraint system children be seated in a child restraint system. in a rear outer or centre seat, follow these steps: According to accident statistics, children are 1.

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    sary to secure the shoulder belt in place with a locking clip A . Use a locking clip attached to the child restraint system, or one which is equiva- lent in dimensions and strength. Be sure to follow the child restraint system manufacturer’s instructions for belt routing.

  • Page 45: Isofix System (where Fitted)

    • sary to secure the shoulder belt in place with a The rear seat is equipped with 2 ISOFIX com- CAUTION locking clip A . Use a locking clip attached to patible child restraint systems, on both outer • The child restraint may also require the use of the child restraint system, or one which is equiva- seats ONLY.

  • Page 46: Top Tether Strap For Child Restraint

    ISOFIX child seat – where fitted) to the vehicle TOP TETHER STRAP FOR CHILD WARNING ISOFIX brackets located in slots on the slope of RESTRAINT • the rear outer seat cushions (refer to the ISOFIX Child restraint anchorages are designed to label for appropriate locations).

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    Only the anchor points can be used for top tether strap anchorage. CAUTION If you have any questions when installing a top tether strap child restraint on the rear seat, con- sult a NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop for NPA920Z NPA1060 details. NPA841Z...

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    NOTE 1-29 Safety — seats, seat belts and supplemental restraint system...

  • Page 49: Instruments And Controls

    Instruments and controls Instruments and controls Meters and gauges ..........Rear fog light ............2-27 Speedometer............Headlight aiming control .......... 2-27 Headlight aiming control switch (where fitted) ..2-27 Fuel gauge ............Tachometer ............Automatic aiming control (xenon headlights)..2-27 Engine coolant temperature gauge......

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    Vanity mirror light (where fitted)......2-38...

  • Page 51: Meters And Gauges, Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge, Fuel Gauge

    METERS AND GAUGES NOTE mation display and the Low fuel indicator light ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE comes on in the combination meter when the GAUGE For an overview see “Instrument and control fuel level is getting low. Refuel as soon as it is layout”...

  • Page 52: Checking Bulbs, Warning Lights, Warning/indicator Lights And Audible Reminders

    Have the system checked, and repaired promptly by a NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop. After turning the ignition switch to the ON position, The following lights (where fitted) come on briefly the light will illuminate.

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    If the belt is loose, broken, missing The DPF becomes extremely hot after burning following procedure: or if the light remains on, see a NISSAN dealer or particulate matter. qualified workshop immediately. 1. Check the brake fluid level. Add brake fluid as M9R engine only: necessary.

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    (OFF) cating that a Service Regeneration by a NISSAN the “OFF” position for approximately 20 sec- warning light , located in the combination dealer or qualified workshop is required.

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    For additional details see “Air bag warning light” in Have your vehicle inspected by a NISSAN dealer or * Immobilizer the “1. Safety — seats, seat belts and supplemental qualified workshop. You do not need to have your restraint system”...

  • Page 56: Indicator Lights

    Detailed Information key will then recommend while driving, reduce the vehicle speed as soon as going to a NISSAN dealer for the system to be If the warning light is still on after performing the safely possible until the light turns off.

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    “5. Starting and driving” section. If the orange Malfunction Indicator light comes on Have the vehicle inspected by a NISSAN dealer or steady or blinks (where fitted) while the engine is 4WD mode indicator light qualified workshop. You do not need to have your...

  • Page 58

    SLIP indicator light Side light and headlight indicator AUDIBLE REMINDERS (where fitted) light Door open reminder chime The SLIP indicator blinks when the Electronic Sta- This light comes on when the side light or headlight The chime will sound if any door other than the driv- bility Programme (ESP) system is operating, thus position is selected.

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    Seat belt reminder chime A chime will sound for approximately 90 seconds if the vehicle’s speed exceeds 15 km/h (9 MPH) and the driver’s seat belt or front passenger’s seat belt, if occupied is not securely fastened. See “Ignition knob warning (Intelligent Key models)” later in this section.

  • Page 60: Vehicle Information Display

    VEHICLE INFORMATION DISPLAY 6 Gear shift indicator (where fitted), see (P. 5-16) Stop/Start system indicator (where fitted), see (P. 5-21) switch/shaft (Settings control and trip computer control) switch/shaft (Twin trip odometer control and brightness level control) WARNING • Operating the vehicle information display while driving can lead to a crash resulting in serious injuries or death.

  • Page 61: Warnings And Alerts

    WARNINGS AND ALERTS The design of the warnings and alerts may differ depending on the model. 1 Door open warning This warning appears if any of the doors are open or not closed securely. The vehicle icon indicates which door is open on the display. 2 Back door open warning This warning appears if the back door is open or not closed securely.

  • Page 62: Pre-driving Checks And Adjustments

    We rec- CAUTION A buzzer will also sound. ommend that you contact a NISSAN dealer or • The steering wheel can only be locked when qualified workshop for repair.

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    ON position and other warnings have been Please visit your local NISSAN dealer or qualified the distance equals 0 km (miles) shown. workshop if this warning appears.

  • Page 64: Stop/start System (where Fitted)

    (where fitted)” in the “5. Starting and driving” sec- section perature. You can switch the low temperature warn- tion Have the vehicle inspected by a NISSAN dealer ing [On] or [Off]. See “[Units]” later in this section Engine stop: or qualified workshop if these conditions occur.

  • Page 65: Odometer/twin Trip Odometer, Brightness Control, Trip Computer, Twin Trip Odometer

    The trip computer is controlled using the switch ODOMETER/TWIN TRIP ODOMETER BRIGHTNESS CONTROL or the steering wheel switch i (where fitted). Rotate the switch C anticlockwise to brighten The trip computer contains the following items: or clockwise to dim the instrument lighting level. [Fuel Economy] →...

  • Page 66

    For more information, see “Settings menu” later in 2 Average speed this section. The [Average speed] mode shows the average ve- 7 CO2 saved (where fitted) hicle speed since the last reset. 3 Driving distance Estimated quantity of CO2 exhaust emissions pre- vented by Stop/Start System shown every time the The [Driving distance] mode shows the distance engine is automatically stopped.

  • Page 67: Settings Menu

    A Petrol models B Diesel models SETTINGS MENU Select the [Settings] menu in the trip computer then rotate the switch to enter the Settings menu. Use the switch to select and set the items. NOTE Settings cannot be changed while driving. NIC1708 2-18 Instruments and controls...

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    To return to the previous screen of the setting mode, select [Back]. [Units] The following items can be set to your preference. • [Temperature] Select this submenu to choose from degrees Celsius (C) or Fahrenheit (F) on the display. • [Dist./Fuеl] The fuel consumption units can be set too.

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    3) Select [Confirm] to confirm the reset of the [Stop/Start] (where fitted) [Maintenance] distance driven information to zero. The CO2 savings and the engine stop time using The maintenance intervals of the following remind- For Diesel models the Stop/Start System are kept in a submenu. ers can be set or reset: •...

  • Page 70: Wiper And Washer Switch

    • Select the submenu to reset the factory settings of Do not open/release the bonnet when the Have the system checked by an NISSAN dealer the display. front wiper arms are raised from their original or qualified workshop.

  • Page 71

    Lever position 1 : Intermittent ( ) or AUTO. WINDSCREEN Rain sensor (where fitted) AUTO (where fitted) operates the rain-sensing auto The rain sensor is activated when the AUTO posi- wiper system. (See “Rain sensor (where fitted)” later tion 1 of the wiper switch is selected. in this section.).

  • Page 72: Defogger Switch, Rear Window, Rear Window Defogger

    DEFOGGER SWITCH To operate the rear window washer, push the switch REAR WINDOW REAR WINDOW DEFOGGER towards the front of the vehicle 3 . The rear win- dow wiper will also operate. NOTE When the windscreen wiper switch is in either the intermittent or AUTO (where fitted), low or high speed position and the vehicle’s gear lever is set in Reverse, the rear window wiper comes...

  • Page 73: Headlight And Turn Signal Switch, Xenon Headlights (where Fitted), Headlight Switch

    If head- lights are not aimed correctly, immediately NIC1302Z take your vehicle to a NISSAN dealer or quali- fied workshop and have the headlights ad- Lighting justed correctly.

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    To activate the autolight system: Daytime light system (where fitted) “Friendly Lighting” 1. Turn the headlight switch to the AUTO position Even if the headlight switch is off, the headlight low The “Friendly Lighting” function is a convenience beam, front side, rear combination and number plate facility.

  • Page 75: Fog Light Switch, Front Fog Light (where Fitted), Turn Signal Switch

    FOG LIGHT SWITCH Battery save function for external lights: Lane change signal FRONT FOG LIGHT (where fitted) If the ignition switch is turned to the “OFF” position Move the lever only part of the way up or down but the external lights are accidentally left on, the to signal a lane change (right or left).

  • Page 76: Headlight Aiming Control, Headlight Aiming Control Switch (where Fitted), Rear Fog Light

    HEADLIGHT AIMING CONTROL tion and turn the fog light switch to the position NOTE HEADLIGHT AIMING CONTROL 1 . The front fog lights and indicator light will come SWITCH (where fitted) If the headlight switch is turned from the on. For additional information, see “Warning/indica- position, the rear fog light will switch off auto- tor lights and audible reminders”...

  • Page 77: Hazard Warning Flasher Switch, Headlight Cleaner

    HEADLIGHT CLEANER HAZARD WARNING FLASHER (where fitted) SWITCH NISSAN recommends consulting local regulations To clean the headlights, pull the windscreen washer on the use of lights. switch towards you while the headlight switch is in position and the ignition switch is in the ON position.

  • Page 78: Seat Heating (where Fitted)

    If any abnormalities are found or the heating does not operate, turn off the switch and have 3. Select the heat range: the system checked by a NISSAN dealer or • Press the forward part of the switch (large qualified workshop.

  • Page 79: Power Outlet

    POWER OUTLET • Do not use with accessories that exceed a 12 volt, 120 W (10 A) power draw. Do not use double adaptors or more than one electrical accessory. • Use this power outlet with the engine running (do not use for extended periods of time with the engine stopped or idling).

  • Page 80: Glove Box, Storage Trays

    STORAGE (LHD) model. On the Right-Hand Drive (RHD) model, these components are located on the opposite side. WARNING Do not place sharp objects in the trays to help prevent injury in an accident or sudden stop. GLOVE BOX NIC1732 WARNING Keep the glove box lid closed while driving to NIC1734 help prevent injury in an accident or a sudden...

  • Page 81: Roof Rail (where Fitted), Bottle Holder, Console Box, Map Pocket (where Fitted)

    CAUTION Sunglasses holder ROOF RAIL (where fitted) • Avoid abrupt starting and braking when the WARNING cup holder is being used to prevent spillage. If the liquid is hot, it can scald you or your pas- • The sunglasses holder should not be used senger.

  • Page 82: Rear Parcel Shelf (where Fitted), Tonneau Cover (where Fitted

    REAR PARCEL SHELF (where fitted) TONNEAU COVER (where fitted) WARNING • Never put anything on the tonneau cover, no matter how small. Any object on it could cause an injury in case of an accident or if the brakes are applied suddenly. •...

  • Page 83: Power Windows

    WINDOWS POWER WINDOWS The power window switches are located on the door panel and will only operate when the ignition switch is in the ON position. WARNING • Make sure to remove the key from the ignition switch and take it with you when leaving the vehicle.

  • Page 84

    If the reinitialisation procedure cannot be performed window switch and release it; it does not need to be abled; or successfully, take your vehicle to a NISSAN dealer held. The window will automatically open or close all • or qualified workshop.

  • Page 85: Sunshade Operation

    C-VIEW® GLASS ROOF (where fitted) SUNSHADE OPERATION The C-View® sunshade operates only when the ig- nition switch is in the ON position. WARNING Never allow hands or fingers, or any part of your body within operating range of the sunshade. You could be injured.

  • Page 86: Interior Lights, System Reinitialisation, Front Room Light

    INTERIOR LIGHTS If the reinitialisation procedure cannot be performed CAUTION SYSTEM REINITIALISATION successfully, take your vehicle to a NISSAN dealer Do not use for extended periods of time with the The C-View® sunshade will require reinitialisation or qualified workshop. engine stopped. This could discharge the bat- whenever: tery.

  • Page 87: Rear Room/reading Light, Map Lights (where Fitted), Luggage Compartment Light

    Room light timer (where fitted) REAR ROOM/READING LIGHT VANITY MIRROR LIGHT (where fitted) The room light will stay on for approximately 30 sec- onds when: • The ignition is switched off. • The doors are unlocked. • Any door is opened and then closed. The timer is cancelled, and the interior light will turn off when: •...

  • Page 88: Table Of Contents

    Pre-driving checks and adjustments Pre-driving checks and adjustments Keys ................ Inside door handle ..........3-10 NISSAN Anti-Theft System (NATS)* key ..... Power door lock switch ........3-10 Child safety lock — rear doors......3-11 Intelligent Key (where fitted)........ Key number ............

  • Page 89: Nissan Anti-theft System (nats)* Key, Intelligent Key (where Fitted)

    – Do not place the Intelligent Key near equip- nents when registering new keys, be sure to take all ment that produces a magnetic field such Intelligent Keys that you have to the NISSAN dealer as a TV, audio equipment and personal or qualified workshop.

  • Page 90: Integrated Keyfob/remote Control System, Key Number, New Keys, Emergency/mechanical Key

    Integrated keyfob to a NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop. NPA1050 NISSAN does not record key numbers, so it is very important that you keep a record of your key num- The emergency key can be used to unlock the driv- ber.

  • Page 91

    Doing so will – The direction indicators flash once. If a integrated keyfob is lost or stolen, NISSAN rec- trap the occupants, since the Super Lock system ommends erasing the ID code of that integrated...

  • Page 92

    door outside lock switch until the direction indi- Setting convenience mode: LOCKING THE DOORS cators flash to confirm the setting mode. Then – The message [All door unlock] appears on CAUTION release the driver’s door outside lock switch. the vehicle information display (inside the ve- Before operating the keyfob remote control: hicle).

  • Page 93: Intelligent Key System, Keyfob Operation Failure, Intelligent Key Operating Range

    INTELLIGENT KEY SYSTEM (where fitted) – The message [Single door unlock] appears in the vehicle information display. – Only the driver’s door unlocks. – The direction indicators flash twice, quickly. 2. Push the “UNLOCK” button on the integrated keyfob again. –...

  • Page 94: Using Intelligent Key System

    The operating range is within 80 cm (31.50 in) from LOCKING/UNLOCKING each request switch If the Intelligent Key is too close to the door glass, door handle or rear bumper, the request switches may not function. When the Intelligent Key is within the operating range, it is possible for anyone, even someone who does not carry the Intelligent Key, to push the re- quest switch to lock/unlock the doors including the...

  • Page 95: Starting The Engine With The Intelligent Key

    • Convenience mode: The Intelligent Key contains a miniature radio Locking the doors transmitter that may be affected when placed Push the door/back door outside lock switch. 1. Make sure you have the Intelligent Key with you near metal objects. when exiting the vehicle.

  • Page 96: Door Locks, Super Lock System (rhd Models), Emergency Situations

    DOOR LOCKS SUPER LOCK SYSTEM (RHD models) Emergency situations Locking without activating the Super Lock system If the Super Lock system is activated while you are WARNING inside the vehicle, for example by a traffic accident WARNING or other unexpected circumstances, follow the in- Super Lock system equipped models: structions below.

  • Page 97: Inside Door Handle, Power Door Lock Switch

    The alarm system will be triggered when the door NOTE is opened using the key (NISSAN alarm equipped With Super Lock (where fitted) Models without the Super Lock system: If a door models). To stop the alarm, turn the ignition key...

  • Page 98: Child Safety Lock — Rear Doors, Drive Away Door Locking

    3. Close the driver’s door. is pressed the drive away door locking system will CHILD SAFETY LOCK — REAR not lock the doors again until a door is opened and DOORS – The driver’s door locks closed. – The power door lock switch illuminates To activate or deactivate drive-away door locking: –...

  • Page 99: Back Door Lock

    outside, when the vehicle is not locked, by operat- BACK DOOR LOCK Vehicle dead battery – Back door lock ing the microswitch 1 located on the back door release lever (where fitted) underside. NOTE The back door cannot be opened from the out- side when the power door lock switch is acti- vated.

  • Page 100: Security System, Alarm System (where Fitted)

    If the system does not operate as described for additional information, see “Integrated key- mated payment device on the key ring. Restart the above, have it checked by your NISSAN dealer or fob/remote control system” in the “3. Pre-driving engine using the following procedure: qualified workshop.

  • Page 101: Bonnet Release

    However, if the NATS security warning light turns off after the light has remained on for 15 minutes, there is a 10 second time slot to start the engine after the ignition is turned off. See your NISSAN NIC1402Z dealer for NATS service as soon as possible.

  • Page 102: Fuel Filler Lid, Fuel Filler Lid Opener Lever, Fuel Filler Cap

    • Use only a NISSAN fuel filler cap or exact equivalent as a replacement. It has a built-in safety valve needed for proper operation of 3-15...

  • Page 103: Steering Wheel, Handbrake Lever

    HANDBRAKE LEVER STEERING WHEEL the fuel system and emission control system. An incorrect cap can result in a serious mal- function and possible injury. CAUTION If fuel is spilled on the vehicle body, flush it away with water to avoid paint damage. NPA834Z NPA840Z To apply: Pull the lever up...

  • Page 104: Sun Visors, Inside Rear-view Mirror, Outside Rear-view Mirrors

    SUN VISORS MIRRORS INSIDE REAR-VIEW MIRROR AUTOMATIC ANTI-DAZZLING INSIDE MIRROR (where fitted) NPA839Z NPA862Z NPA829Z CAUTION 1 Night position Do not store the sun visor before returning it to The inside mirror is designed so that it automatically its original position. 2 Day position adjusts the reflection according to the intensity of 1.

  • Page 105

    NOTE If the mirror becomes displaced from its adjusted position, use the following procedure to return it to the correct geared position: 1. Fold (or CLOSE 1 ) the mirror electronically us- ing the remote control switch. 2. Wait until the mirror emits a strong noise, this confirms that the mirror has correctly engaged.

  • Page 106: Vanity Mirror

    VANITY MIRROR NPA842Z Left hand drive NPA910Z Right hand drive To use the front vanity mirror, pull down the sun visor and lift up the cover. 3-19 Pre-driving checks and adjustments...

  • Page 107

    NOTE 3-20 Pre-driving checks and adjustments...

  • Page 108: Display Screen, Heater And Air Conditioner, And

    (where fitted)....4-37 Side and centre vents ......... 4-12 Bluetooth® operation.......... 4-39 High level vent (where fitted)....... 4-12 NISSAN Connect (where fitted) ....... 4-43 Heater and air conditioner operation ......4-12 Steering wheel switch for audio control (where Manual air conditioner......... 4-13 fitted)...............

  • Page 109: Rear-view Monitor, How To Read The Displayed Lines

    R (Reverse) position, the monitor • WARNING When washing the vehicle with high pressure (NISSAN Connect display) shows the view from the water, be sure not to spray it around the cam- • Use the displayed lines as a reference. The rear of the vehicle.

  • Page 110: Rear-view Monitor Setting

    • When the gear (MT) or selector (AT or CVT) the transparent camera cover. This will cause lever is shifted to R (Reverse), the NISSAN Con- discoloration. To clean the transparent camera nect display automatically changes to the rear- cover, wipe with a cloth dampened with diluted view monitor mode.

  • Page 111: Around View Monitor (where Fitted)

    AROUND VIEW MONITOR (where fitted) NOTE At first operation, the corner lines are blinking yellow for about 3 seconds. This is not a malfunc- tion but a reminder to be cautious. Available views: • Bird’s-eye View The surrounding view of the vehicle. •...

  • Page 112

    Around View Monitor. ence if possible. If the red cross does not dis- appear contact a NISSAN dealer or qualified • The distance between objects viewed on the workshop.

  • Page 113

    OPERATION The Around View Monitor display consists of the front, left, right and rear screens. You can see a combination of different views on the screens as illustrated. A : Audio or navigation screen 1 : Front view and bird’s-eye view 2 : Rear view and bird’s-eye view 3 : Front view and front side view 4 : Rear view and front side view...

  • Page 114: Guide Lines

    • In R (Reverse) gear rear view and bird’s-eye view eye view are greatly affected by the number 2 are shown. The view on the screen on the of occupants, fuel level, vehicle position, road passenger’s side switches to the front side view condition and road grade.

  • Page 115

    Yellow line 2 : approx. 1 m (3 ft) If predictive course lines are displayed incor- Bird’s-eye view rectly visit a NISSAN dealer or qualified work- • Green line 3 : approx. 2 m (7 ft) The bird’s-eye view shows the overhead view of the shop.

  • Page 116: Difference Between Predictive And Actual Distances

    • Tall objects, such as a kerb or vehicle, may be Guiding lines: misaligned or not displayed at the seam of Guiding lines that indicate the approximate width the views. and the front end of the vehicle are displayed on the •...

  • Page 117

    NAA1239 SAA1923 SAA3575 There may be a small visible distance between the Moving to a steep downhill Moving near a projecting object vehicle and the object in the bird’s-eye view B on When moving the vehicle down a hill, the distance The predictive course lines A do not touch the the monitor.

  • Page 118: How To Adjust The Screen View

    Monitor, use the settings described in the sepa- colour of the object may differ in a dark location rately provided NISSAN Connect owner’s manual. or at night. This is not a malfunction. Do not adjust the settings while the vehicle is mov- •...

  • Page 119: Heater And Air Conditioner Operation, Side And Centre Vents, High Level Vent (where Fitted)

    VENTS HEATER AND AIR CONDITIONER OPERATION Whilst the engine is running, selecting airflow SIDE AND CENTRE VENTS WARNING to the front defogger or switching on the rear • defogger will prevent the Stop/Start System Do not leave children or adults who would automatically stopping the engine.

  • Page 120: Manual Air Conditioner

    Controls Fan speed control dial To switch the fan on or off and to control the fan speed, turn the fan speed control dial clockwise to increase the fan speed. To decrease the fan speed, turn the fan speed control dial anticlockwise. Temperature control dial: Turn the temperature control dial to set the desired air temperature from the vents and floor outlets.

  • Page 121

    Air flow control dial: A/C (Air Conditioner) button (where fitted): NOTE Use this dial to manually select the air flow from the Press the A/C button to turn the air conditioner on When selecting the position, turn air outlets as described below. or off.

  • Page 122: In Case Of Emergency

    3) The temperature control dial to the maxi- NOTE mum “HOT” (right) position. The air recirculation mode should not be selected Operating tips for either heating or defrosting. • In order to improve the heater operation, clear the snow and ice from the wiper blade and air inlet in front of the windscreen.

  • Page 123

    NAA1127 NAA1128 NAA1129 HEATING DEFROSTING/DEFOGGING COOLING Controls Settings Controls Settings Controls Settings Temperature control dial Temperature control dial Temperature control dial COLD Air recirculation button Air recirculation button ON (Max) Air recirculation button Fan speed control dial Fan speed control dial OFF (Normal) Fan speed control dial Air flow control dial...

  • Page 124

    “Air conditioning system refrigerant and lubricant recommendations (where fitted)” in the “9. Techni- cal information” section of this manual. A NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop will be able to service the air conditioning system. 4-17 Display screen, heater and air conditioner, and audio system...

  • Page 125: Automatic Air Conditioner

    8 DUAL zone control ON/OFF button 9 Rear window defogger button (and outside mirror defogger (For details, see “Defogger switch” in the “2. Instruments and controls” section) Temperature control dial (Driver’s side (RHD)/ Passenger’s side (LHD)) Temperature display Windscreen defogger button Air flow mode buttons WARNING •...

  • Page 126

    NOTE Adjust the temperature to about 22°C (72°F) for Airflow direction control buttons: normal operation. : Air flows from centre and side vents. • The air conditioner cooling function operates : Air flows from centre and side vents and only when the engine is running, and the am- 3.

  • Page 127

    2. To switch off, press either the button to Air recirculation: To turn the system on/off: return to the previous mode or the AUTO button Use this mode to recirculate interior air inside the Press the “ON/OFF” ( ) button to turn the system for the auto climate control mode.

  • Page 128: Audio System, Audio Operation Precautions, Air Conditioner Filter

    “Engine overheat” in cal information” section. provided NISSAN Connect Owner’s Manual. the “6. In case of emergency” section. A NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop will be able • Radio If the engine coolant reaches an extremely high to service the air conditioning system.

  • Page 129

    • The player may skip while driving on rough ANTENNA roads. • Occasionally, the CD player may not function when the compartment temperature is ex- tremely high. Decrease the temperature be- fore use. • Do not expose the CD to direct sunlight. •...

  • Page 130

    LW-MW-FM RADIO WITH CD PLAYER OR 6 CD CHANGER Telephone button Radio mode: Manual tune buttons CD mode: Fast forward (Cue)/Fast reverse (Review) buttons Phone disconnect/BACK button Phone book button CD player: Preset station buttons 6 CD changer: Radio mode: Preset station buttons CD mode: CD select buttons ENTER (Confirmation) button Volume control/Menu adjustment dial...

  • Page 131

    Use this control to enhance or attenuate the treble. Press the button to mute the sound and NISSAN Anti Theft System (NATS) and therefore Turn the MENU/VOL dial clockwise or anticlockwise [MUTE] appears in the display. To cancel the mode, cannot be transferred to any other vehicle.

  • Page 132

    The frequency increases or decreases in steps of If the battery is disconnected, or if the fuse blows, FM•AM Band select button 100 kHz on the FM band, 9kHz on the MW band, the radio memory will be erased. In that case, reset Press the <FM•AM>...

  • Page 133

    NOTE RDS functions TA Traffic announcement TA mode operates regardless of whether the AF Programme Service (PS) function (station name This function operates in both FM (radio) and CD display function): mode is on or off. mode. When an RDS station is tuned in with seek or manual •...

  • Page 134: Menu Button

    • • When the <CD> or <AUX> button is pressed To change the display language, briefly press on ing more rapidly with vehicle speed. Press the during a NEWS interruption, the NEWS standby the <ENTER> button when LANGUAGE <ENTER> button again to save the setting. mode remains active.

  • Page 135

    After loading the disc, the track number and the CD insert (CD player) Repeat/MIX button occupied slot number will appear in the display. Insert the CD into the slot with the label side facing Pressing the button repeatedly will change the If the CD is not loaded within 10 seconds, the CD up.

  • Page 136

    Ejecting CD (with ignition switch in “OFF” or CD eject button AUX SOCKET LOCK): CD player: When the ignition switch is in the “OFF” or LOCK Press the eject ( ) button and the CD will be position it is possible to eject the currently played ejected.

  • Page 137: Fm Am Radio With Cd Player

    FM AM RADIO WITH CD PLAYER Audio unit mode: Display (DISP) button 10. Radio mode: Preset button CD, AUX or Phone mode: Quick search but- 11. CD slot 12. CD eject button 13. Auxiliary (AUX) source button 14. Telephone button 15.

  • Page 138

    60 min- Read this section very carefully. It is important Contact a NISSAN dealer if you do lose the 4 utes. The display will show a count down timer that the instructions are followed precisely.

  • Page 139

    sound is muted until the operation is complete. Once Power ON/OFF button Day/Night button (where fitted) completed, the radio selects preset button Press the button to switch on the audio unit. If The illumination brightness level is linked to the Manual tuning the audio unit was switched off using the ignition headlight switch.

  • Page 140: Setup Button

    • Eighteen stations can be stored in the FM band. RDS functions SETUP BUTTON (Six each for FM1, FM2 and FMT) Programme Service (PS) function (station name To configure Audio, Clock, Bluetooth, Language or • Six stations can be set for the AM band. display function): Scroll direction settings, perform the following pro- cedure:...

  • Page 141

    Bass control: AUX VOL (Auxiliary volume) control: 4. Press <ENTER> to finish the clock adjustment. Use this control to enhance or attenuate bass re- Use this control to adjust the volume output from the [On/Off]: sponse sound. auxiliary source. Set the clock display between on or off when the Turn the <TUNE/MENU>...

  • Page 142

    • [Russian] Quick search: CD insert (CD player) In the list view mode, quick search can be per- Scroll direction Insert the CD disc into the slot with the label side formed to find a track from the list. facing up. The disc will be guided automatically into Sets the scroll direction of the <TUNE/MENU>...

  • Page 143

    Track time → Artist name→ Track title → Album 3. Turn the <TUNE/MENU> dial for the preferred AUX SOCKET folder. title→ Track time 4. Press <ENTER> to access the folder. Press CD with MP3/WMA: <ENTER> again to start playing the first track or Track time →...

  • Page 144: Usb Memory Operation, Ipod® Player Operation

    USB MEMORY OPERATION Audio main operation iPod® PLAYER OPERATION (where fitted) (where fitted) The following operations are identical to the audio main operation of the Compact Disc (CD) opera- tion. For details, see “Compact Disc (CD) operation” earlier in this section. •...

  • Page 145

    • [Albums] of consumer devices like MP3 players, plays the song title, artist name, and album title. NISSAN cannot guarantee that all new iPod® • [Songs] After a few seconds it returns to the main display or players/iPhone® launched will be compatible press 5 briefly.

  • Page 146: Bluetooth® Operation

    BLUETOOTH® OPERATION BLUETOOTH® settings To set up the Bluetooth system with your preferred device, push the <SETUP> button and select [Blue- tooth], then push the <ENTER> button or alterna- tively, press the button. The following items are available: • [Pair Device] Bluetooth devices can be paired with the sys- tem.

  • Page 147: Bluetooth® Audio Streaming Main Operation

    3. On Bluetooth® audio/mobile phone devices. For assistance with the Bluetooth® audio/ mobile phone integration, please visit your lo- 1) Switch on the Bluetooth® connection, if not cal NISSAN dealer. already switched on. [Select Device]: 2) Switch on the search mode for Bluetooth®...

  • Page 148

    <AUX> button: button 5 (Type B display screen only) To operate the Bluetooth audio streaming use one of the following methods: If the song contains music information tags (ID3– • Press the <AUX> button, then turn the <TUNE/ tags), the title of the played song will be displayed. If tags are not provided then the display will not MENU>...

  • Page 149

    Specification chart Supported media CD, CD-R, CD-RW Supported file systems ISO9660 LEVEL1, ISO9660 LEVEL2, Romeo, Joliet * ISO9660 Level 3 (packet writing) is not supported. * Files saved using the Live File System Component (on a Windows Vista-based computer) are not supported. Supported versions*1 Version MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG2.5...

  • Page 150: Nissan Connect (where Fitted), Main Operation

    1.5 seconds to seek for the next or NAA1115 previous radio station. NAA960Z – Track up/down (CD mode) For details, see the separately provided NISSAN Push the up/down scrolling switch ( ) for Connect Owner’s Manual. A Scrolling switch less than 1.5 seconds to select the next track or...

  • Page 151: Car Phone Or Cb Radio

    When installing large capacity wireless equipment BLUETOOTH MOBILE PHONE AM radio with CD player” later in this section. or a car phone in your NISSAN, be sure to observe FEATURE the following as it may adversely affect the Engine SOURCE button control system and other electronic parts depend- ing on its installation location.

  • Page 152

    Delete phone book technology (BT Core v1.2, Hands Free Profile NOTE Pairing procedure: v1.0 and Object Push Profile v1.0). For models with NISSAN Connect system, see ® If you wish to make a Bluetooth connection for the the separately provided Owner’s Manual.

  • Page 153

    ® your mobile phone then press the confirmation You can register up to 5 different Bluetooth mobile Action Screen display button on your mobile phone. phones. However, you can only use one mobile Briefly press ® phone at a time. If you have 5 different Bluetooth Action Screen display <MENU>...

  • Page 154

    ® Removing a paired phone: Bluetooth activation: Delete phone book list: ® ® Deletes the connection between the Bluetooth sys- Activates or deactivates the Bluetooth function. To delete all the contacts from the phone book, pro- ® tem and the registered mobile phone. You will need to activate the Bluetooth function in ceed as follows:...

  • Page 155

    • [DELETE NAME] Action Screen display Action Screen display • [EDIT NAME] ↓ Press with a long press the [OK <@OK0>] • Press <ENTER> button [SAVED] [ADD NAME] button • ® Send name using Bluetooth technology [ ↓ Press button for the main [ADD NAME] ADD NAME] screen.

  • Page 156

    EDIT: Action Screen display Action Screen display You can edit a name or phone number stored in the [SAVED] ↓ phone book. [EDIT NAME] Briefly press button Action Screen display ↓ [SEARCH] Press button for the main Turn <MENU/VOL> dial screen.

  • Page 157

    Delete a name: Speed dial buttons: to +2. To confirm the entry, press briefly on the <ENTER> or (Back) button or wait for 10 sec- To delete a name (contact) from the phone book, After entering the names and phone numbers, you onds to return to the active call main screen.

  • Page 158

    If necessary, turn the <MENU/VOL> dial to se- Alternatively, you can select the corresponding Volume control buttons: lect the correct name. preset number by turning the <MENU/VOL> dial The volume control buttons allows you to adjust the instead of pressing the preset button. volume of the speakers by pressing the + or –...

  • Page 159: Mobile Phone Integration For Fm Am Radio With Cd Player

    NOTE • ® The mobile phone does not support Bluetooth For models with NISSAN Connect system, see technology (BT Core v2.0). the separately provided Owner’s Manual. In order to use your mobile phone with the Blue- NOTE ®...

  • Page 160

    play): Signal strength ( ), Battery status ( ), and Redial: BLUETOOTH® settings Bluetooth ( To redial or call the last number dialled, press < > To setup the Bluetooth system to pair (connect or *: If the low battery message comes on, the Blue- for more than 2 seconds.

  • Page 161

    2. Turn the <TUNE/MENU> dial and scroll down to 4. After entering the last number, scroll to the [ [Phone Book] then press <ENTER>. symbol, and press <ENTER>, or press < > to dial the number. 3. Scroll down through the list, select the appropri- Call Lists: ate contact name (highlighted), and press <ENTER>.

  • Page 162

    • [#123] — Use this item to enter numbers during Volume control buttons a call. For example, if directed by an automated The volume control buttons allow you to adjust the phone system to dial an extension number the volume of the speakers by pressing the <+> or < system will send the tone associated with the —>...

  • Page 163: Starting And Driving

    Running-in schedule ..........Emergency key – Intelligent Key dead battery Before starting the engine ........situation.............. 5-10 NISSAN Anti-Theft System (NATS)..... 5-10 Precautions when starting and driving ...... Exhaust gas (Carbon Monoxide) ......Starting the engine........... 5-11 On-pavement and off-road driving precautions ..

  • Page 164: Table Of Contents

    Operating precautions ........5-35 Electronic Stability Programme (ESP) system Tyre pressure ............. 5-36 (where fitted) ............5-40 Safety chains ............5-36 Electronic Stability Programme (ESP) OFF Trailer brakes............5-36 switch..............5-42 Trailer detection (where fitted) ......5-36 Cold weather driving..........5-42 Installation of coupling device ......

  • Page 165: Before Starting The Engine, Running-in Schedule

    RUNNING-IN SCHEDULE BEFORE STARTING THE ENGINE • During the first 1,600 km (1,000 miles), follow these Check the operation of the warning/indicator WARNING recommendations for the future reliability and lights when the ignition switch is turned to the economy of your new vehicle. Failure to follow the ON position.

  • Page 166: Precautions When Starting And Driving, Exhaust Gas (carbon Monoxide)

    If you suspect that exhaust fumes are enter- The exhaust system and body should be in- WARNING ing the vehicle, drive with all windows fully spected by a NISSAN dealer or qualified work- • open and have the vehicle inspected immedi- shop whenever: Do not leave children or adults who would ately.

  • Page 167: On-pavement And Off-road Driving Precautions, To Help Prevent Damage

    Have exhaust pipe. wheel drive (2WD) vehicles any more than low-slung the vehicle inspected promptly by a NISSAN sports cars are designed to perform satisfactorily • Do not stop or park the vehicle over flam- dealer or qualified workshop.

  • Page 168: Turbocharger System, Diesel Particulate Filter, Regeneration Restrictions, If Regeneration Fails

    Warranty Information & Main- should be driven at a speed of over 60 km/h (37.5 and is not covered by the NISSAN warranty. tenance Booklet for additional information. MPH) until the DPF warning light turns off. This pro- •...

  • Page 169: Ignition Switch, Care When Driving, Driving Under Winter Conditions, Engine Cold Start Period, Loading Luggage

    CARE WHEN DRIVING IGNITION SWITCH Driving your vehicle to fit the circumstances is es- DRIVING UNDER WINTER sential for your safety and comfort. As a driver, you CONDITIONS should be the one who knows best how to drive in • Drive safely.

  • Page 170

    To remove the key from the ignition switch: KEY POSITIONS 1. Move the selector lever into the P (Park) posi- The NISSAN Anti Theft System (NATS)* will stop LOCK (Normal parking position) (0) tion. the engine if someone tries to start the engine with- The ignition key can only be removed when in this out using the registered NATS key.

  • Page 171: Ignition Knob (where Fitted)

    IGNITION KNOB (where fitted) For additional information, see “NISSAN Anti-Theft CAUTION System (NATS)” in the “3. Pre-driving checks and • Make sure you carry the Intelligent Key with adjustments” section. you when operating the vehicle. • Never leave the Intelligent Key inside the ve- hicle when you leave the vehicle.

  • Page 172: Ignition Knob Position

    AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION OR IGNITION KNOB POSITION CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE LOCK (Normal parking position) (0) TRANSMISSION The steering lock can only be locked in this position. The ignition knob is designed so that it cannot be “OFF” (1) turned to the LOCK position until the selector lever is moved to the P (Park) position.

  • Page 173: Emergency Key – Intelligent Key Dead Battery Situation

    5 Insert the emergency key A into the ignition 1 Slide the locking pin to the unlock position. The NISSAN Anti-Theft System (NATS)* will stop switch as illustrated. the engine if someone tries to start the engine with- 2 Remove the Intelligent Key cap as illustrated.

  • Page 174: Starting The Engine

    • depress the clutch pedal to the floor while start- If the Intelligent Key is too far away from For additional information, see “NISSAN Anti-Theft ing the engine. the driver, the vehicle may not start. System (NATS)” in the “3. Pre-driving checks and Automatic transmission or Continuously vari- 4.

  • Page 175: Driving The Vehicle, Driving With Manual Transmission

    DRIVING THE VEHICLE mately 1/3 to the floor) and hold it then crank DRIVING WITH MANUAL the engine. Release the ignition switch and TRANSMISSION the accelerator pedal when the engine starts. CAUTION CAUTION • Do not rest your foot on the clutch pedal while •...

  • Page 176

    (Neutral) position. An UP arrow suggests shifting to a higher gear, a When the gear lever is in the R (Reverse) position, down arrow suggests shifting to a lower gear. either the NISSAN Connect monitor (where fitted) 5-13 Starting and driving...

  • Page 177: Driving With Automatic Transmission Or With

    Make sure that the selector lever is in the be activated. For details, see “Rear-view monitor checked by a NISSAN dealer or qualified desired position. Use the D (Drive), or Manual (where fitted)” in the “4. Display screen, heater and workshop.

  • Page 178

    When the selector lever is in the R (Reverse) posi- tion, either the NISSAN Connect monitor (where fit- It shows the P,R,N,D modes when the transmission ted) or the ultra sonic parking sensor (where fitted) is in auto mode.

  • Page 179

    If there is any problem moving the lever out of the P • (Park) position, have a NISSAN dealer or qualified Use the 6th position for all normal forward driv- workshop to check the automatic transmission sys- ing. However, you need to shift down the gears tem as soon as possible.

  • Page 180

    VARIABLE TRANSMISSION (CVT) • Shift into the P (Park) position and apply the engine power may be limited. Have a NISSAN dealer (Models without manual shift) handbrake when at a standstill for longer than or qualified workshop check and repair the trans- a short waiting period.

  • Page 181

    The CVT is designed so the footbrake pedal Shifting MUST be depressed before shifting from the P (Park) position to any driving position while the WARNING ignition switch is in the ON position. • Apply the handbrake if the selector lever is in The selector lever cannot be moved out of the P any position while the engine is not running.

  • Page 182

    When the selector lever is in the R (Reverse) posi- speed. tion, either the NISSAN Connect monitor (where fit- To select the SPORT mode, push the SPORT mode ted) or the ultra sonic parking sensor (where fitted) switch with the selector lever in the D (Drive) posi- will be activated.

  • Page 183

    A Shift lock release button to the ON position. The vehicle should return to (Park) position, have a NISSAN dealer or qualified its normal operating condition. If it does not re- If the battery charge is low or discharged, the selec-...

  • Page 184: Stop/start System

    STOP/START SYSTEM (where fitted) NISSAN GREEN PROGRAM *The Stop/Start System will **When the Stop/Start System symbol automatically stop the engine when all (1) is displayed the engine starts running The Stop/Start System is designed to prevent un- the following conditions are valid:...

  • Page 185

    You are advised to have the system checked by a bottom of the the steering NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop. display. wheel i button The message can Whilst the engine remains stopped the vehicle infor-...

  • Page 186: Stop/start System Off Switch, Environmental Savings

    Start System cannot prevent unnecessary fuel STOP/START SYSTEM OFF SWITCH consumption, exhaust emissions, or noise dur- ing your journey. NOTE The following messages may be displayed for a few seconds in the vehicle information display when the Stop/Start System OFF switch is pressed.

  • Page 187: Ultrasonic Parking Sensor, Four-wheel Drive (4wd)

    ULTRASONIC PARKING SENSOR FOUR-WHEEL DRIVE (4WD) (where fitted) (where fitted) – [Total Saving] • Estimated CO2 exhaust emissions pre- vented. • Time that the engine has been stopped by the Stop/Start System. NOTE The [Total Saving] values cannot be reset and show accumulated Stop/Start System NSD300Z NSD297Z...

  • Page 188: Wd Mode Operations

    CAUTION 4WD MODE OPERATIONS Depending on the driving conditions, the 4WD 4WD mode mode may automatically change from 2WD to indicator light 4WD even when the 2WD mode is selected. 4WD Mode Wheels driven Driving conditions Do not start the engine while in the 2WD, AUTO, or LOCK mode: Front wheels- •...

  • Page 189: Wd Warning Light

    Reduce the vehicle speed and have your ve- The 4WD warning light is located in the tachometer. the LOCK position. hicle checked by a NISSAN dealer or qualified The 4WD warning light comes on when the ignition workshop as soon as possible.

  • Page 190: Wd Mode Indicator Lights

    4WD mode indicator tempt to turn around. Your vehicle could tip or Your NISSAN is designed for both normal and off- light (AUTO). roll over. Always drive backwards and straight road use.

  • Page 191

    With its higher centre of gravity your • Accelerating quickly, sharp steering manoeuvres NISSAN is more affected by gusty side winds. or sudden braking may cause loss of control. Slower speeds ensure better vehicle control. •...

  • Page 192: Cruise Control (where Fitted), Precautions On Cruise Control

    The cruise control system will be automatically etc.) roads cancelled when there is a malfunction. Have the CAUTION system checked by a NISSAN dealer or quali- fied workshop. On manual transmission models, do not shift into N (Neutral) without depressing the clutch pedal •...

  • Page 193: Cruise Control System Operations

    4. Take your foot off the accelerator pedal. 2 km/h or 1 MPH for M9R diesel models CRUISE CONTROL SYSTEM OPERATIONS • The vehicle will maintain the set speed. Push and hold the RES (resume) 1 switch up- wards or the SET switch 2 downwards.

  • Page 194: Speed Limiter

    SPEED LIMITER • If the vehicle slows down more than approxi- The speed limiter allows you to set the desired ve- mately 12 km/h (8 MPH) below the set speed. hicle speed limit. While the speed limiter is acti- vated, you can perform normal braking and accel- Resuming a previous cruising speed eration, but the vehicle will not exceed the set speed.

  • Page 195: Speed Limiter Operations

    For 1.5 diesel (K9K) models only: SPEED LIMITER OPERATIONS When driving less than 30 km/h (20 MPH), it will not The speed limiter can be set at the following speeds: be possible to set the speed limit. Minimum Engine type Maximum speed When the speed limit is set, the SET indicator speed...

  • Page 196

    4 and have the system meter and the speed will be stored in the speed lim- on an uphill gradient, place the gear lever in the checked by a NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop. iter memory. 1st (Low gear) position.

  • Page 197

    • Automatic transmission or Continuously vari- able transmission models: Fully depress the brake pedal and move the se- lector lever to the P (Park) position. WARNING Make sure that the selector lever has been pushed as far forward as it can go and cannot be moved without depressing the button on the se- lector lever handle.

  • Page 198: Trailer Towing, Operating Precautions

    Apply the handbrake (where • fitted) on the trailer. Parking on a steep slope is It is advisable to contact a NISSAN dealer or NOTE not recommended. qualified workshop for towing details, before The Stop/Start System is designed to prevent...

  • Page 199: Trailer Brakes, Trailer Detection (where Fitted), Tyre Pressure, Installation Of Coupling Device

    When towing a trailer, inflate the vehicle tyres to the DEVICE maximum recommended COLD tyre pressure, as indicated on the tyre placard (for full loading). Make NISSAN recommends that the coupling device for sure the trailer tyre pressures are correct. trailer towing be installed under the following condi- tions: CAUTION •...

  • Page 200

    NSD348 I 5–seater Rear overhang of coupling device: 5–seater 925 mm (36.4 in) II 7–seater 7–seater 977 mm (38.5 in) 5-37 Starting and driving...

  • Page 201: Vehicle Security, Power Steering System

    Have the unattended. the EPAS system may contribute to the illumi- system checked by a NISSAN dealer or qualified • nation of the warning light. If the warning light Do not leave valuables on view to tempt a thief.

  • Page 202: Brake System, Anti-lock Braking System (abs), Brake Precautions

    BRAKE SYSTEM The brake system has two separate hydraulic cir- hill gradient. Overheated brakes may reduce brak- ANTI-LOCK BRAKING SYSTEM (ABS) cuits. If one circuit malfunctions, you will still have ing performance and could result in loss of vehicle braking ability with two wheels. control.

  • Page 203: Electronic Stability Programme (esp) System

    If the ABS warning light illuminates during the self- tive Brake Limited Slip (ABLS) system works when test or while driving, have the vehicle checked by a one of the driving wheels is spinning on a slippery NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop. 5-40 Starting and driving...

  • Page 204

    This is normal and are not NISSAN-approved or are extremely indicates that the ESP system is working properly. deteriorated, the ESP system may not oper- – When driving with snow chains.

  • Page 205: Cold Weather Driving

    COLD WEATHER DRIVING NOTE ELECTRONIC STABILITY WARNING PROGRAMME (ESP) OFF SWITCH The ESP system cannot be switched off when • Whatever the conditions, drive with caution. the ESP system is operating and the “SLIP” indi- Accelerate and decelerate with great care. If cator light ( ) is blinking.

  • Page 206: Appearance And Care, Engine Coolant, Tyre Equipment, Special Winter Equipment

    NISSAN recommends the use of MUD & SNOW SPECIAL WINTER EQUIPMENT or ALL SEASON tyres on all four wheels. Please consult a NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop...

  • Page 207

    NOTE 5-44 Starting and driving...

  • Page 208: In Case Of Emergency

    In case of emergency In case of emergency Spare tyre..............Engine overheat............6-12 Temporary-use spare tyre ........Tow truck towing ............. 6-13 Flat tyre ..............Towing precautions ..........6-13 Stopping the vehicle ........... Recommended towing for two-wheel drive Changing flat tyre (Models with spare wheel, (2WD) models ............

  • Page 209: Flat Tyre

    SPARE TYRE FLAT TYRE • Avoid driving over obstacles. Also, do not take In case of a flat tyre, follow the instructions as de- TEMPORARY-USE SPARE TYRE the vehicle through an automatic car wash. scribed below: • STOPPING THE VEHICLE Avoid driving sharp turns and abrupt braking.

  • Page 210: Getting The Tools And Spare Wheel, Blocking The Wheels

    6. Turn off the engine. Place suitable blocks 1 in front of and behind the 5–seater: wheel diagonally opposite the flat tyre A to prevent 1. Open the back door. 7. Open the bonnet (for details, see “Bonnet the vehicle from moving when it is on the jack. release”...

  • Page 211: Removing The Wheel

    7–seater: Removing wheel cover (where fitted) 1. Open the back door. 2. Remove both sides and centre floor boards WARNING Take care when removing the wheel cover as the 3. Remove tonneau cover (where fitted) 2 and cover may detach suddenly. floor cover 3 .

  • Page 212

    If you loose the wheel lock key, 3. Fit the groove of the jack head between the two see your NISSAN dealer for a duplicate with the 6. Carefully raise the vehicle until the tyre clears the notches as shown.

  • Page 213: Installing The Wheel, Stowing The Wheel And Tools

    Such items can become danger- NOTE ous projectiles in an accident or sudden stop. Before installation, align NISSAN logo (centre 5–seater cap) with the wheel nuts/or perpendicular to 1. Securely store the wheel with the flat tyre, the...

  • Page 214

    7–seater • When you ask for a service at a NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop, make sure 1. Store the tools in the specified areas. NCE143Z to keep the lock key in the vehicle.

  • Page 215

    Do not use the emergency tyre puncture repair kit under the following conditions. Contact a Take the emergency tyre puncture repair kit out of NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop or profes- the boot. The repair kit consists of the following sional road assistance.

  • Page 216

    Repairing tyre After repairing tyre tyre valve 1. Shake the sealant bottle well. See a NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop for tyre 6. Insert its power plug to the power outlet B in repair/replacement as soon as possible. 2. Remove the bottle cap and the orange plug from the vehicle.

  • Page 217

    JUMP-STARTING • Never lean over the battery while jump-start- ing. • Never allow battery fluid to come into contact with eyes, skin, clothes or the vehicle’s painted surfaces. Battery fluid is a corrosive sulphuric acid which can cause severe burns. If the fluid comes into contact with anything, immediately flush the contacted area with plenty of water.

  • Page 218

    2,000 rpm. of the Stop/Start System. It is recommended that a Genuine NISSAN battery is fitted. For 10. Start the engine of your vehicle B in the nor- more information, contact a NISSAN dealer or mal way.

  • Page 219: Engine Overheat

    PUSH-STARTING ENGINE OVERHEAT CAUTION 4. Shift the gear lever (MT models) into the N (Neu- WARNING tral) position [AT or CVT models, move the se- • Three-way catalyst equipped models should • lector lever to the P (Park) position]. Never continue driving if the engine of your not be started by pushing the vehicle as the vehicle overheats.

  • Page 220: Tow Truck Towing, Towing Precautions

    To assure proper tow- level, install the reservoir cap. ing and to prevent accidental damage to your ve- hicle, NISSAN recommends that you have a service operator tow your vehicle. It is advisable to have the WARNING...

  • Page 221

    (forwards or back- NISSAN recommends that towing dollies be used wards), this may cause serious and expensive when towing your vehicle or that the vehicle be damage to the transmission.

  • Page 222: Towing Eye, Freeing The Vehicle From Sand, Snow Or Mud

    TOWING EYE Towing eye usage The towing eye should be used in the event that your vehicle becomes trapped in sand, snow or mud, and is unable to drive away without being pulled, use the towing eye. • Use the towing eye only, not other parts of the vehicle.

  • Page 223

    NOTE 6-16 In case of emergency...

  • Page 224: Appearance And Care

    Appearance and care Appearance and care Cleaning exterior............Monitor display’s maintenance (where fitted)..Washing............. Floor mats ............Removing spots..........Cleaning Glass........... Waxing ............... Plastic parts............Cleaning glass............ Seat belts ............Cleaning rear-view camera (where fitted) .... Corrosion protection..........Underbody ............Most common factors contributing to vehicle Care of wheels ...........

  • Page 225: Cleaning Exterior, Removing Spots

    • When contaminants such as soot, bird drop- When washing the vehicle, take care of the follow- cleaning products are available at a NISSAN dealer pings, tree sap, metal particles or insects get on ing: or any automotive accessory store.

  • Page 226: Cleaning Alloy Wheels, Chrome Parts

    • • Always follow the manufacturer’s instructions Do not use body wax on the transparent cam- NISSAN recommends that the road wheels be supplied with the wax. era cover. waxed to protect against road salt in areas where it is used during winter.

  • Page 227: Cleaning Interior, Floor Mats, Plastic Parts, Monitor Display's Maintenance

    PLASTIC PARTS • Small dirt particles can be abrasive and dam- The use of NISSAN floor mats can extend the life of Plastic parts can be cleaned with a mild soap solu- aging to leather surfaces and should be re- your vehicle carpet and make it easier to clean the tion.

  • Page 228: Corrosion Protection, Most Common Factors Contributing To Vehicle, To Protect Your Vehicle From Corrosion

    CORROSION PROTECTION The seat belts can be cleaned by wiping them with Corrosion will also accelerate in areas where the MOST COMMON FACTORS a sponge dampened in a mild soap solution. temperatures stay above freezing. CONTRIBUTING TO VEHICLE CORROSION Air pollution Allow the belts to dry completely in the shade before using them.

  • Page 229

    In the winter, the underbody must be cleaned periodically. For additional protection against rust and corrosion, which may be required in some areas, consult a NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop. Appearance and care...

  • Page 230

    NOTE Appearance and care...

  • Page 231: Table Of Contents

    Maintenance and do-it-yourself Maintenance and do-it-yourself Maintenance requirements ........Integrated keyfob/Intelligent Key battery Scheduled maintenance........replacement............8-19 Drive belts ............... 8-21 General maintenance.......... Where to go for service ........Spark plugs (Petrol engine models)......8-21 General maintenance ..........Air cleaner filter............8-21 Explanation of general maintenance items ...

  • Page 232

    Spare tyre ............8-33 Care of wheels ........... 8-34...

  • Page 233: Maintenance Requirements, General Maintenance, Where To Go For Service, Explanation Of General Maintenance Items

    WHERE TO GO FOR SERVICE essential to maintain your NISSAN’s good mechani- check for the cause or have a NISSAN dealer or cal condition, as well as its emission and engine qualified workshop do it promptly. In addition, you If maintenance service is required or your vehicle performance.

  • Page 234

    Engine drive belts*: When checking the tyres, make sure no wheel nuts longer to stop, contact a NISSAN dealer or qualified are missing, and check for any loose wheel nuts. workshop immediately. Keep the floor mat away Make sure that the drive belts are not frayed, worn, Tighten if necessary.

  • Page 235: Maintenance Precautions

    MAINTENANCE PRECAUTIONS Handbrake*: Windscreen wiper and washer*: When performing any inspection or maintenance work on your vehicle, always take care to prevent Confirm that your vehicle is held securely on a fairly Check that the wipers and washer operate properly serious accidental injury to yourself or damage to steep hill with only the handbrake applied.

  • Page 236: Engine Compartment

    ON posi- coverage. If in doubt about any servicing, have it tion. done by your NISSAN dealer or qualified work- • Never leave the engine or transmission re- shop.

  • Page 237: Engine Cooling System, Changing Engine Coolant, Checking Engine Coolant Level

    CAUTION CAUTION If the cooling system frequently requires coolant, • When adding or replacing engine coolant, be have it checked by a NISSAN dealer or qualified sure to use Genuine NISSAN engine coolant workshop. or equivalent. CHANGING ENGINE COOLANT •...

  • Page 238: Technical Information

    13. Stop the engine and check coolant level, allow 6. Install the hose and securely tighten the engine HR16DE, MR20DE, M9R or R9M to cool and refill up to the MAX level. block drain plug. engine 14. Check radiator lower hose for any signs of leak- 7.

  • Page 239: Engine Oil, Checking Engine Oil Level

    ENGINE OIL CHECKING ENGINE OIL LEVEL CAUTION The oil level should be checked regularly. Oper- ating with an insufficient amount of oil can dam- age the engine, and such damage is not covered by warranty. NDI1061 NDI1266 Euro 5 K9K engine R9M engine NDI983Z HR16DE or MR20DE engine...

  • Page 240: Changing Engine Oil

    0.5 litre per 1,000 km (621 miles), consult a 5. Open the bonnet. For details, see “Bonnet NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop. release” in the “3. Pre-driving checks and CHANGING ENGINE OIL NDI653Z adjustments”...

  • Page 241

    4. Open the bonnet. For details, see “Bonnet Drain plug tightening torques: release” in the “3. Pre-driving checks and HR16DE, MR20DE engine: adjustments” section. 34.3 N•m (3.5 kg-m, 25 ft-lb) K9K engine: 5. Remove the engine oil filler cap. 20 N•m (2.1 kg-m, 15 ft-lb) 6.

  • Page 242: Changing Engine Oil Filter

    5. Install the engine oil filler cap. wrench. Depending on the engine model, a spe- 6. Start the engine. cial cap type wrench may be required. See a NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop, if in doubt. 8-11 Maintenance and do-it-yourself...

  • Page 243

    7. After the engine has been warmed up, make sure 5. Wipe the oil filter cover entirely with a clean rag. M9R or R9M engine there are no leaks around the engine oil filter unit Installation: and the drain plug. Correct as required. 1.

  • Page 244: Draining Water, Protect The Environment

    (orange) comes on or flashes irregularly. For models with R9M diesel engine • Except for models with R9M diesel engine. Contact a NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop. Proceed as follows: 1. Connect a suitable drain hose 1 to the drain plug 2.

  • Page 245: Automatic Transmission Fluid (atf), Continuously Variable Transmission (cvt) Fluid, Bleeding The Fuel System

    • Using automatic transmission fluid other than NISSAN CVT Fluid NS2 will damage the CVT NDI917Z Genuine NISSAN ATF Matic Fluid J (or S) or transmission, which is not covered by the war- equivalent will cause deterioration in drive- ranty.

  • Page 246: Brake And Clutch Fluid, Checking Brake Pedal, Checking Handbrake

    “spongy” or the vehicle If fluid must be added frequently, the system should seems to take longer to stop, see a NISSAN dealer be thoroughly checked by a NISSAN dealer or quali- or qualified workshop.

  • Page 247

    WINDOW WASHER FLUID/HEADLIGHT CLEANER FLUID (where fitted) • Always use window washer fluid recom- mended by NISSAN dealer or qualified work- shop. NDI919Z WARNING Anti-freeze window washer is poisonous and should be stored carefully in marked containers out of the reach of children.

  • Page 248: Vehicle Battery

    Battery fluid is acid. If the battery fluid gets into your eyes or onto your skin, it • If battery replacement or check is required, con- could cause eyesight loss or burns. tact a NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop. Note operating Before handling the battery, read this instruction carefully to ensure correct and instructions safe handling.

  • Page 249

    NDI920Z battery or a malfunction of the Stop/Start Sys- tem. It is recommended that a Genuine NISSAN Maintenance free battery (Type B) battery is fitted. For more information, contact a NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop.

  • Page 250

    • Be careful not to touch a circuit board or a to be replaced. Contact a NISSAN dealer or quali- battery terminal. fied workshop. NISSAN GREEN PROGRAM An improperly disposed battery can harm the environment.

  • Page 251

    4. Install the lid in the reverse order of removal. 5. Operate the buttons to check its operation. Contact a NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop if you need assistance for battery replacement. 8-20 Maintenance and do-it-yourself...

  • Page 252: Drive Belts, Air Cleaner Filter

    War- schedule as shown in a separately provided War- ranty Information & Maintenance Booklet. ranty Information and Maintenance booklet. If replacement is required, see a NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop for servicing. NDI922Z Type B WARNING •...

  • Page 253: Wiper Blades, Front Window Wiper Replacement, Viscous Paper Type, Dry Paper Type (where Fitted)

    WIPER BLADES • Be careful when working on the engine with- CLEANING FRONT WINDOW WIPER out the air cleaner filter. REPLACEMENT If the windscreen or back door window is not clear VISCOUS PAPER TYPE after using the window washer or if a wiper blade chatters when running, wax or other material may be The filter element A should not be cleaned and...

  • Page 254: Back Door Window Wiper Replacement, Windscreen Washer Nozzle, Passenger Compartment

    FUSES BACK DOOR WINDOW WIPER WINDSCREEN WASHER NOZZLE PASSENGER COMPARTMENT REPLACEMENT NDI892Z NDI924Z If you wax the surface of the engine bonnet, be care- ful not to let wax get into the washer nozzle A . This 1. Lift the wiper arm. may cause clogging or improper windscreen washer 2.

  • Page 255

    If the new fuse opens again, after installing, NDI1089 have the electrical system checked and re- If the new fuse opens again, after installing, paired by a NISSAN dealer or qualified work- have the electrical system checked and re- CAUTION shop.

  • Page 256

    • Should the xenon headlight bulb need to be replaced, have it done ONLY by a NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop. Xenon headlight bulb replacement: CAUTION The following safety instructions must be ob-...

  • Page 257

    Contact with bulb and wires should therefore ment without removing the headlight assembly. be avoided and a safe distance of at least 30 Contact a NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop, if mm should be maintained. you need assistance for bulb replacement.

  • Page 258: Exterior Lights, Light Locations

    Room light (where fitted) High-mounted stop light *1 Number plate light Reading lights (where fitted) Rear fog light Rear combination light If replacement is required, contact a NISSAN dealer Reverse light or qualified workshop. Number plate light INTERIOR LIGHTS Rear fog light...

  • Page 259

    Replacing procedures NDI707 All other lights are either type A, B, C or D. When replacing a bulb, first remove the lens and/or cover. REMOVE NDI930 NDI931 INSTALL Front side light Front turn signal light 8-28 Maintenance and do-it-yourself...

  • Page 260

    NDI932Z NDI739Z Side turn signal light Room light — rear (where fitted) NDI740Z Room light/Map lights (where fitted) NDI933 Reading light — rear (where fitted) 8-29 Maintenance and do-it-yourself...

  • Page 261

    NDI1097 NDI934 NDI1035 Foot well light (where fitted) Luggage compartment light Number plate light 8-30 Maintenance and do-it-yourself...

  • Page 262: Wheels And Tyres, Tyre Inflation Pressure

    When changing or replacing tyres, be sure all four tyres are of the same type (i.e., summer, all season or snow) and construction. • A NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop may be able to help you with information about NDI1036 tyre type, size, speed rating and availability.

  • Page 263: Tyre Rotation, Snow Chains

    All season tyres SNOW CHAINS NISSAN specifies all season tyres on some models to provide good performance for use all year around, Use of snow chains may be prohibited in some ar- including snowy and icy road conditions. All season eas.

  • Page 264: Tyre Wear And Damage, Four-wheel Drive (4wd) Models, Changing Tyres And Wheels, Wheel Balance

    Have the tyres checked and balanced characteristics and/or interference with the brake accident and injury. If in doubt, consult a frequently by a NISSAN dealer or qualified work- discs. Such interference can lead to decreased NISSAN dealer or the tyre manufacturer.

  • Page 265: Emergency Tyre Puncture Repair Kit

    The repair kit must be used for temporarily fixing a minor tyre puncture. After using the repair kit, see a NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop as soon as possible for tyre inspection and repair/replacement.

  • Page 266: Technical Information

    Technical information Technical information Capacities and recommended fuel/lubricants ... Vehicle identification plate........Fuel recommendation ......... Vehicle identification number (VIN) (chassis Recommended SAE viscosity number....number).............. Air conditioning system refrigerant and Engine serial number .......... lubricant recommendations (where fitted).... Tyre placard ............Engine ..............

  • Page 267: Capacities And Recommended Fuel/lubricants

    See “Fuel recommendation” later in this section Engine oil (Refill) HR16DE & MR20DE engine: HR16DE 3–3/4 qt Genuine NISSAN engine oil *1 API SL or SM *1 MR20DE 3–7/8 qt ILSAC grade GF-3 or GF-4 *1 ACEA A1/B1, A3/B3, A3/B4, A5/B5, C2 or C3 *1...

  • Page 268

    R9M (with reservoir) 7 qt Reservoir 3/4 qt Differential gear oil 1/2 qt Genuine NISSAN Differential oil Hypoid Super GL5 80W90 or API GL5. viscosity Transfer gear oil 3/8 qt SAE 80W90 Manual transaxle gear oil 2 qt Genuine NISSAN gear oil or API GL4, viscosity SAE 75W80 6MT (MR20DE (2WD) or K9K) 1–3/4 qt...

  • Page 269

    Contact a NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop for servicing. If Genuine NISSAN low viscosity gear oil LV MT-1 75W is not available, Genuine NISSAN gear oil HQ Multi 75W-85 or gear oil meeting SAE 75W-85 API GL4 specifications may be used.

  • Page 270: Fuel Recommendation, Recommended Sae Viscosity Number

    75W80 or 75W85 (depending on the manual Below –7°C (20°F) . . . Winter type diesel fuel. transmission type) is preferable. If you are in any doubt, please consult a NISSAN • For transfer and rear differential: dealer or qualified workshop.

  • Page 271: Air Conditioning System Refrigerant And Lubricant

    The release of refrigerant into the atmosphere is not recommended. The new refrigerant HFC-134a (R- 134a) in your NISSAN vehicle will not harm the earth’s ozone layer. However it may contribute in a small part to global warming. NISSAN recommends that the refrigerant be recovered and recycled.

  • Page 272

    ENGINE WHEELS AND TYRES Unit: mm (in) Item Size Offset Model HR16DE MR20DE 16 x 6.5J Petrol, Petrol, Type Diesel, 4–cycle Diesel, 4–cycle Diesel, 4–cycle 4–cycle 4—cycle Steel 16 x 4T *1 4–cylinder 4–cylinder 17 x 4T *1 Road Cylinder arrangement 4–cylinder in–line 4–cylinder in–line 4–cylinder in–line in–line...

  • Page 273

    The laws and regulations for motor vehicle emission control and safety standards vary according to the country; therefore, vehicle specifications may differ. NISSAN is not responsible for any inconvenience when the vehicle is taken and registered into an- other country. The necessary modifications, transportation and registration are the owner’s...

  • Page 274: Engine Serial Number, Tyre Placard

    ENGINE SERIAL NUMBER TYRE PLACARD NTI170Z M9R engine NTI097Z NTI056Z HR16DE or MR20DE engine The cold tyre pressure is shown on the tyre placard fixed to the side of the driver’s side centre pillar. Note that this illustration is for LHD models. NTI193 R9M engine NTI099Z...

  • Page 275: Nats Immobilizer Radio Approval Number, Approval Numbers

    Intelligent Key (where fitted): e11*74/61*95/56*2014*2 – Manufacturer name: ALPS ELECTRIC CO., LTD NTI157Z – Model name: Your vehicle is equipped with the NISSAN step 8 TFWD1G63, TFWB1G614 immobilizer system and the approval number is – Made in U.K. e24*74/61*95/56*0103*00. NTI180Z •...

  • Page 276

    NOTE 9-11 Technical information...

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    NOTE 9-12 Technical information...

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    NOTE 9-13 Technical information...

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    NOTE 9-14 Technical information...

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    NOTE 9-15 Technical information...

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    NOTE 9-16 Technical information...

  • Page 282: Index

    Anti-hijack – unlock mode ............3-4 – Vehicle battery ............... 8-17 Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) .......... 5-39 Before starting the engine ............. 5-2 Anti-Theft System (NISSAN) ..........3-13 Bluetooth® ................4-44 Approval numbers ............... 9-10 – Bluetooth® mobile phone feature ........4-52 Armrest .................

  • Page 283: Table Of Contents

    – Checking handbrake ............. 8-15 – Glass ............... 7-3, 7-4 – Handbrake lever ............3-16 – Interior ................7-4 – Trailer brakes ..............5-36 – Plastic parts ..............7-4 Brightness control ............... 2-16 – Rear-view camera lens ............ 7-3 – Removing spots ...............

  • Page 284: Table Of Contents

    Display Engine – Vehicle information display ..........2-11 – Before starting the engine ..........5-2 Door locks ................3-9 – Changing engine coolant ..........8-6 – Changing engine oil ............8-9 – Back door ..............3-12 – Changing engine oil filter ..........8-11 –...

  • Page 285: Table Of Contents

    Gauges – NATS immobilizer radio approval number ....... 9-10 – Engine coolant temperature gauge ........2-2 – NISSAN Anti-Theft System (NATS) ....... 3-13 – Fuel gauge ..............2-2 Indicator lights ............... 2-3 – Meters and gauges ............2-2 Injured persons ..............1-9 Glove box ................

  • Page 286: Table Of Contents

    Super Lock system ............3-9 – NISSAN Anti-Theft System (NATS) ......... 3-2 – Unlocking with inside door handle ........3-10 – NISSAN Anti-Theft System (NATS) key ......3-2 – Remote keyless entry system ........... 3-3 – Using Intelligent Key system ..........3-7 Maintenance –...

  • Page 287: Table Of Contents

    Power window — Driver’s side (Reinitialisation procedure) ..............2-35 – Power windows ............. 2-34 Pre-tensioner seat belt system ..........1-12 NISSAN Anti-Theft System (NATS) ....... 3-2, 5-10, 5-7 Precautions – NATS immobilizer radio approval number ....... 9-10 – Audio operation precautions .......... 4-21 –...

  • Page 288: Table Of Contents

    Remote control system (integrated keyfob) ......3-3 – Alarm system ..............3-13 Repairing flat tyre ..............6-7 – NISSAN Anti-Theft System (NATS) ......3-13, 3-2 Roof rail ................2-32 Servicing air conditioner ..........4-17, 4-21 Running-in schedule .............. 5-2 Snow chains ............... 8-32 Spare tyre ................

  • Page 289: Table Of Contents

    – Jump-starting ............6-10, 8-19 Switch – Precautions when starting and driving ......5-3 – Defogger switch ............2-23 – Push-starting ..............6-12 – Fog light switch ............. 2-26 – Starting the engine ............5-11 – Headlight and turn signal switch ........2-24 Steering –...

  • Page 290: Table Of Contents

    – Driving with automatic transmission ...... 5-14, 5-17 Using Intelligent Key system ..........3-7 – Driving with continuously variable transmission (Models with manual shift) ..............5-14 – Driving with continuously variable transmission (Models without manual shift) ..............5-17 – Driving with manual transmission ........5-12 Vehicle identification ..............

  • Page 291

    – Power windows ............. 2-34 Winter (Special winter equipment) ........5-43 Wiper – Back door window wiper replacement ......8-23 – Front window wiper replacement ........8-22 – Rain sensor ..............2-22 – Rear window wiper and washer switch ......2-23 –...

  • Page 292

    PETROL STATION INFORMATION RECOMMENDED FUEL RECOMMENDED ENGINE OIL * R9M engine • Petrol engine HR16DE or MR20DE engine Genuine NISSAN engine oil • • ACEA C4 Low SAPS CAUTION Genuine NISSAN engine oil • * For further details, see “Capacities and recom- Do not use leaded petrol.

  • Page 293

    You can help prevent waste affecting the environ- ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERN Manufacturing phase ment by bringing your NISSAN to be recycled at our NISSAN GREEN PROGRAM NISSAN plants based in the UK and Spain already collection networks in your area. Our collection net-...

  • Page 294: Quick Reference

    Have your vehicle serviced by your NISSAN dealer and dehumidifying, drivers are more alert and have or a qualified workshop to ensure that it is main- better visibility when window demisting/defogging tained to its original standard.

  • Page 296

    SECURITY INFORMATION SECURITY INFORMATION As owner of this vehicle important codes have been supplied to you that may be required by your NISSAN dealer to duplicate keys or re- Radio security code pair the radio. (where fitted) Please fill in the allocated areas or attach stick- er(s) if available.

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