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T32-G4
Publication No.: OM15G-0T32E0E
Printed in France
OM15G-0T32E0E Nissan International SA - Switzerland T32-G4

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Foreword
Welcome to the growing family of new NISSAN owners. This vehicle is delivered to you with confidence. It is 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 MODIFICATION OF YOUR VEHICLE


REMINDERS FOR SAFETY! This vehicle should not be modified. Modifications could affect its performance,
safety or durability, and may even violate governmental regulations. In addition,
Follow these important driving rules to help ensure a safe and complete trip for damage or performance problems resulting from modifications may not be cov-
you and your passengers! ered under NISSAN warranties.
• NEVER drive under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
READ FIRST — THEN DRIVE SAFELY
• ALWAYS observe posted speed limits and never drive too fast for condi-
Before driving your vehicle, read this Owner’s Manual carefully. This will ensure
tions.
familiarity with controls and maintenance requirements, assisting you in the safe
• ALWAYS use your seat belts and appropriate child restraint systems. operation of your vehicle.
Preteen children should be seated in the rear seat.
Throughout this manual the following symbols and words are used:
• ALWAYS provide information about the proper use of vehicle safety fea-
tures to all occupants of the vehicle. WARNING
• ALWAYS review this Owner’s Manual for important safety information. Indicates the presence of a hazard that could cause death or serious per-
WHEN READING THE MANUAL sonal injury. To avoid or reduce the risk, the procedures described must be
followed precisely.
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. CAUTION

Throughout this manual, some illustrations may only show the layout for Left- Indicates the presence of a hazard that could cause minor or moderate per-
Hand Drive (LHD) models. For Right-Hand Drive (RHD) models, the illustrated sonal injury, or damage to your vehicle. To avoid or reduce the risk, the pro-
shape and location of some components may differ. cedures described must be followed carefully.

All information, specifications and illustrations in this manual are those in effect NOTE
at the time of printing. NISSAN reserves the right to change specifications or Indicates additional helpful information.
designs at any time without notice and without obligation.
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Chevrons or angle brackets are used to indicate texts on controls like buttons or
switches inside or on the vehicle.
Air bag warning labels:

The Blue Citizenship symbol indicates environmentally friendly information and


best practices.

“NEVER use a rearward facing child restraint on a seat protected by an ACTIVE


AIRBAG in front of it, DEATH or SERIOUS INJURY to the CHILD can occur.”
Be sure to read the “Airbag warning labels” description in the Safety section of
this manual; and the “Airbag label” description at the end of this manual.
ON-PAVEMENT AND OFF-ROAD DRIVING (4WD models)
This symbol means “Do not do this” or “Do not let this happen”. This vehicle will handle and manoeuvre differently from an ordinary passenger
vehicle, because it has a higher centre of gravity. As with other vehicles with fea-
tures of this type, failure to operate this vehicle correctly may result in loss of
Arrows in an illustration that are similar to these point to the front of the vehicle. control or an accident.
Be sure to read “On-pavement and off-road driving precautions” and “Four-
wheel drive (4WD)” in the “5. Starting and driving” section of this manual.
Arrows in an illustration that are similar to these indicate movement or action.

Arrows in an illustration that are similar to these call attention to an item in the
illustration.
[ ]:
Square brackets are used to indicate messages, keys, or items displayed on a
screen.
BATTERY DISPOSAL
CAUTION
An improperly disposed battery can harm the environment. Always confirm
local regulations for battery disposal.
Examples of the batteries that the vehicle contains:
• Vehicle battery
• Remote controller battery (for Intelligent Key and/or Remote keyless entry
system)
• Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) sensor battery
• 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.
Bluetooth® is a trademark owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
and licensed to Visteon Corporation and Robert Bosch
m GmbH.

iPod® is a trademark of Apple Inc.


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Contents Illustrated table of contents 0
Safety — seats, seat belts and supplemental restraint
system 1

Instruments and controls 2

Pre-driving checks and adjustments 3


Display screen, heater and air conditioner, and audio
system 4

Starting and driving 5

In case of emergency 6

Appearance and care 7

Maintenance and do-it-yourself 8

Technical information 9

Index 10
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Seats, seat belts and Supplemental Restraint Left-Hand Drive (LHD) model.............................. 0-10
System (SRS).......................................................... 0-2 Right-Hand Drive (RHD) model ........................... 0-11
Exterior front ............................................................ 0-3 Meters and gauges .................................................. 0-12
Exterior rear............................................................. 0-4 Engine compartment................................................ 0-13
Passenger compartment .......................................... 0-5 QR25DE engine model....................................... 0-14
Cockpit ................................................................... 0-6 MR16DDT engine model .................................... 0-14
Left-Hand Drive (LHD) model.............................. 0-6 MR20DD engine model ...................................... 0-15
Right-Hand Drive (RHD) model ........................... 0-8 R9M engine model ............................................. 0-16
Instrument panel ...................................................... 0-10
SEATS, SEAT BELTS AND SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM (SRS)

11. Child restraint anchor point (for top tether


strap child restraint) (P. 1-23)
12. Third row seats* (P. 1-7)
*: where fitted

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1. Supplemental front-impact air bags (P. 1-30) 6. Front seats (P. 1-2)
2. Seat belts (P. 1-10) 7. Supplemental side-impact air bags (P. 1-30)
3. Head restraints (P. 1-8) 8. Pre-tensioner seat belt system (P. 1-38)
4. Supplemental curtain side-impact air bags 9. Second row seats (P. 1-5)
(P. 1-30) — Child restraints (P. 1-15)
5. Child restraint anchor point (for top tether 10. ISOFIX child restraint system (for second row
strap child restraint)* (P. 1-15) seats) (P. 1-22)

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EXTERIOR FRONT

11. Parking sensor system* (P. 5-49)


— Park Assist (PA)* (P. 4-14)
12. Tyres
— Tyres and wheels (P. 8-34, 9-7)
— Flat tyre (P. 6-2)
— Tyre placard (P. 9-9)
13. Outside mirrors (P. 3-30)
14. Side view camera* (P. 4-6)
15. Side turn signal light (P. 2-41)
16. Doors
— Keys (P. 3-2)
— Door locks (P. 3-4)
— Intelligent Key system* (P. 3-9)
— Remote keyless entry system* (P. 3-7)
— Security system (P. 3-20)
*: where fitted

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1. Engine bonnet (P. 3-23) 6. Power windows (P. 2-47)


2. Windscreen wiper and washer 7. Front view camera* (P. 4-6)
— Switch operation (P. 2-43)
8. Recovery hook (P. 6-13)
— Window washer fluid (P. 8-17)
9. Headlights and turn signal lights (P. 2-35)
3. Headlight cleaner* (P. 2-41)
10. Fog lights* (P. 2-42)
4. Front camera* (P. 4-6, 2-33, 5-36)
5. Sunroof* (P. 2-49)

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EXTERIOR REAR

— Remote keyless entry system* (P. 3-7)


— Rear view camera* (P. 4-6)
9. Rear combination light (P. 8-25)
10. Fuel-filler lid (P. 3-28)
11. Child safety rear door locks (P. 3-6)
*: where fitted

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1. Rear window defogger (P. 2-46) 5. Roof rail* (P. 2-57)


2. Rear window wiper and washer 6. Parking sensor system* (P. 5-49)
— Switch operation (P. 2-45) — Park Assist (PA)* (P. 4-14)
— Window washer fluid (P. 8-17)
7. Rear fog light (P. 2-42)
3. High-mounted stop light
8. Back door (P. 3-24)
— Bulb replacement (P. 8-26)
— Intelligent Key system* (P. 3-9)
4. Antenna (P. 4-38)

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PASSENGER COMPARTMENT

11. Door armrest


— Power window switch (P. 2-47)
— Power door lock switch* (P. 2-6)
— Outside rearview mirror remote control
switch (Driver’s side) (P. 3-30)
12. Front cup holders (P. 2-53)
13. Heated seat switch* (P. 1-5)
14. Console box (P. 2-52)
15. Luggage room
— Storage (P. 2-54)
— Luggage hooks (P. 2-54)
— Tonneau cover* (P. 2-57)
— Power outlet (P. 2-51)
— Spare tyre (P. 6-2)
*: where fitted

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1. Inside rearview mirror (P. 3-29) 6. Sun visors (P. 2-58, 3-31)
2. Sunglasses holder (P. 2-52) 7. Room light* (P. 2-59)
3. Front map lights (P. 2-58) 8. Rear personal lights* (P. 2-59)
— Microphone (P. 4-56, P. 4-63)
9. Coat hook (Driver’s side) (P. 2-56)
4. Sunroof* (P. 2-49)
10. Rear armrest (Second row seats) (P. 1-7)
5. Cancel switch for ultrasonic and tilt sensors* — Rear cup holders (P. 2-53)
(P. 3-21)

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COCKPIT

5. Steering wheel (P. 3-29)


— Horn (P. 2-47)
6. Wiper and washer switch (P. 2-43)
7. Hazard indicator flasher switch (P. 6-2)
8. Steering-wheel-mounted controls (right side)
— Cruise control switches* (P. 5-41)
— Speed limiter switches* (P. 5-39)
— Bluetooth® Hands-Free Phone System
(without navigation)* (P. 4-56)
— Bluetooth® Hands-Free Phone System
(with navigation)* (P. 4-63)
9. Shift lever
— Xtronic Continuously Variable Transmission
(CVT) (P. 5-13)
— Manual Transmission (MT) (P. 5-16)
10. Electronic Stability Programme (ESP) OFF
switch (P. 5-27)
11. Headlight aiming control switch* (P. 2-37)
12. ECO switch* (P. 5-45)

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13. Headlight cleaner switch* (P. 2-41)
14. Parking sensor system OFF switch* (P. 5-50)
LEFT-HAND DRIVE (LHD) MODEL 4. Steering-wheel-mounted controls (left side) 15. Power back door switch* (P. 3-24)
— Audio control* (P. 4-54 or Navigation
1. Instrument brightness control (P. 2-3) system **) 16. Stop/Start OFF switch* (P. 5-21)
2. TRIP RESET switch (P. 2-2) — Vehicle information display control (P. 2-14) 17. Power back door main switch* (P. 3-24)
— Bluetooth® Hands-Free Phone System
3. Headlight and turn signal switch (P. 2-35)/Fog (without navigation)* (P. 4-56) 18. Push-button ignition switch (model with Intel-
light switch* (P. 2-42) — Bluetooth® Hands-Free Phone System ligent Key system)* (P. 5-8)
(with navigation)* (P. 4-63) 19. Ignition switch (model without Intelligent Key
system)* (P. 5-7)

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20. Parking brake (P. 3-31)
21. Hill descent control switch* (P. 5-32)
22. Four-Wheel Drive (4WD) mode switch*
(P. 5-22)
*: where fitted
**: See the separate Navigation System Owner’s
Manual (where fitted).

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6. Steering-wheel-mounted controls (right side)
— Cruise control switches* (P. 5-41)
— Speed limiter switches* (P. 5-39)
— Bluetooth® Hands-Free Phone System
(without navigation)* (P. 4-56)
— Bluetooth® Hands-Free Phone System
(with navigation)* (P. 4-63)
7. Wiper and washer switch (P. 2-43)
8. Power back door main switch* (P. 3-24)
9. Power back door switch* (P. 3-24)
10. Instrument brightness control (P. 2-3)
11. TRIP RESET switch (P. 2-2)
12. Electronic Stability Programme (ESP) OFF
switch (P. 5-27)
13. Four-Wheel Drive (4WD) mode switch*
(P. 5-22)
14. Shift lever
— Xtronic Continuously Variable Transmission
(CVT) (P. 5-13)
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— Manual Transmission (MT) (P. 5-16)
15. Parking brake (Switch type)* (P. 3-31)
RIGHT-HAND DRIVE (RHD) MODEL — Bluetooth® Hands-Free Phone System 16. Steering wheel (P. 3-29)
(with navigation)* (P. 4-63) — Horn (P. 2-47)
1. Hill descent control switch* (P. 5-32)
3. Hazard indicator flasher switch (P. 6-2) 17. Ignition switch (model without Intelligent Key
2. Steering-wheel-mounted controls (left side)
4. Headlight and turn signal switch (P. 2-35)/Fog system)* (P. 5-7)
— Audio control* (P. 4-54 or Navigation
system **) light switch* (P. 2-42) 18. Stop/Start switch* (P. 5-21)
— Vehicle information display control (P. 2-14) 5. Push-button ignition switch (model with Intel- 19. Parking sensor system OFF switch* (P. 5-50)
— Bluetooth® Hands-Free Phone System ligent Key system)* (P. 5-8)
(without navigation)* (P. 4-56) 20. ECO switch* (P. 5-45)

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21. Headlight aiming control switch* (P. 2-37)
*: where fitted
**: See the separate Navigation System Owner’s
Manual (where fitted).

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INSTRUMENT PANEL

8. Bonnet release handle (P. 3-23)


9. Steering wheel lock lever (P. 3-29)
10. Driver’s front-impact air bag (P. 1-30)/Horn
(P. 2-47)
11. Heater/air conditioner control (P. 4-24)
12. Auxiliary (AUX) input jack* (P. 4-54) and USB
connection port* (P. 4-53)
13. Power outlet (P. 2-51)
14. Defogger switch (P. 2-46)/Heated windscreen
button (P. 4-30)
15. Glove box (P. 2-52)
16. Fuse box cover* (P. 8-21)
*: where fitted
**: See the separate Navigation System Owner’s
Manual (where fitted).

JVC0663X

LEFT-HAND DRIVE (LHD) MODEL — Bluetooth® Hands-Free Phone System


(without navigation)* (P. 4-56)
1. Side vent (P. 4-23) — Bluetooth® Hands-Free Phone System
2. Meters and gauges (P. 2-2)/Clock (P. 4-40) (with navigation)* (P. 4-63)
3. Centre vent (P. 4-23) 5. Passenger’s front-impact air bag (P. 1-30)
4. Audio system* (P. 4-30) or Navigation 6. Fuse box cover (P. 8-21)
system** 7. Fuel-filler lid release handle (P. 3-28)
— Around view monitor* (P. 4-6)

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7. Glove box (P. 2-52)
— Fuse box (P. 8-21)
8. Heater/air conditioner control (P. 4-24)
9. Power outlet (P. 2-51)
10. Auxiliary (AUX) input jack* (P. 4-54) and USB
connection port* (P. 4-53)
11. Defogger switch (P. 2-46)/Heated windscreen
button (P. 4-30)
12. Steering wheel lock lever (P. 3-29)
13. Bonnet release handle (P. 3-23)
14. Fuel-filler lid release handle (P. 3-28)
15. Fuse box cover* (P. 8-21)
*: where fitted
**: See the separate Navigation System Owner’s
Manual (where fitted).

JVC0662X

RIGHT-HAND DRIVE (RHD) MODEL (without navigation)* (P. 4-56)


— Bluetooth® Hands-Free Phone System
1. Side vent (P. 4-23) (with navigation)* (P. 4-63)
2. Passenger’s front-impact air bag (P. 1-30) 4. Centre vent (P. 4-23)
3. Audio system* (P. 4-30) or Navigation 5. Meters and gauges (P. 2-2)/Clock (P. 4-40)
system**
— Around view monitor* (P. 4-6) 6. Driver’s front-impact air bag (P. 1-30)/Horn
— Bluetooth® Hands-Free Phone System (P. 2-47)

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METERS AND GAUGES

JVC0581X

1. Tachometer (P. 2-2) 6. Fuel gauge (P. 2-3)


2. Warning/indicator lights (P. 2-5)
3. Vehicle information display (P. 2-14)
— Odometer/twin trip odometer (P. 2-2)
4. Speedometer (P. 2-2)
5. Engine coolant temperature gauge (P. 2-3)

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ENGINE COMPARTMENT

NIC2487

QR25DE ENGINE MODEL 6. Window washer fluid reservoir (P. 8-17)


1. Engine coolant reservoir (P. 8-5) 7. Engine drive belts (P. 8-11)
2. Engine oil filler cap (P. 8-7) 8. Engine oil dipstick (P. 8-7)
3. Brake fluid reservoir (P. 8-14) 9. Radiator cap (P. 8-5)
— Vehicle overheat (P. 6-11)
4. Air cleaner (P. 8-16)
10. Fuse/fusible link box (P. 8-21)
5. Battery (P. 8-18)

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10. Battery (P. 8-18)
11. Fuse/fusible link box (P. 8-21)

JVC0813X

MR16DDT ENGINE MODEL 5. Engine coolant reservoir (P. 8-5)


1. Brake and clutch fluid reservoir (P. 8-14) 6. Window washer fluid reservoir (P. 8-17)
— RHD model 7. Engine drive belts (P. 8-11)
2. Engine oil filler cap (P. 8-7) 8. Engine oil dipstick (P. 8-7)
3. Brake and clutch fluid reservoir (P. 8-14) 9. Radiator cap (P. 8-5)
— LHD model — Vehicle overheat (P. 6-11)
4. Air cleaner (P. 8-16)

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*: For Manual Transmission (MT) Model

NIC2488

MR20DD ENGINE MODEL 6. Engine drive belts (P. 8-11)


1. Engine coolant reservoir (P. 8-5) 7. Radiator cap (P. 8-5)
— Vehicle overheat (P. 6-11)
2. Brake and clutch* fluid reservoir (P. 8-14)
8. Engine oil dipstick (P. 8-7)
3. Air cleaner (P. 8-16)
9. Engine oil filler cap (P. 8-7)
4. Fuse/fusible link box (P. 8-21)
10. Battery (P. 8-18)
5. Window washer fluid reservoir (P. 8-17)

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*: For Manual Transmission (MT) Model

JVC0640X

R9M ENGINE MODEL 5. Air cleaner (P. 8-16)


1. Engine coolant reservoir (P. 8-5) 6. Window washer fluid reservoir (P. 8-17)
2. Brake and clutch* fluid reservoir (P. 8-14) 7. Engine drive belts (P. 8-11)
— RHD model 8. Engine oil dipstick (P. 8-7)
3. Engine oil filler cap (P. 8-7) 9. Battery (P. 8-18)
4. Brake and clutch* fluid reservoir (P. 8-14) 10. Fuse/fusible link box (P. 8-21)
— LHD model

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1 Safety — seats, seat belts and supplemental
restraint system

Seats....................................................................... 1-2 Seat belt maintenance ........................................ 1-15


Front seats ......................................................... 1-2 Child restraints ........................................................ 1-15
Second row seats............................................... 1-5 Precautions on child restraint usage.................... 1-15
Third row seats (where fitted) ............................. 1-7 Universal child restraints for front seat and rear
Armrest .............................................................. 1-7 seats (except for Ukraine and Kazakhstan) .......... 1-16
Head restraints ........................................................ 1-8 ISOFIX child restraint system (for second row
Adjustable head restraint .................................... 1-8 seats) ................................................................. 1-22
Non-adjustable head restraint.............................. 1-8 Child restraint anchorage (for second row
Remove .............................................................. 1-8 seats) ................................................................. 1-23
Install.................................................................. 1-9 Child restraint installation using ISOFIX .............. 1-24
Adjust................................................................. 1-9 Child restraint installation using 3-point type
Seat belts ................................................................ 1-10 seat belt ............................................................. 1-26
Precautions on seat belt usage ........................... 1-10 Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) ..................... 1-30
Child safety ........................................................ 1-12 Precautions on Supplemental Restraint
Pregnant women ................................................ 1-13 System (SRS)..................................................... 1-30
Injured persons................................................... 1-13 Supplemental air bag systems ............................ 1-36
Centre mark on seat belts................................... 1-13 Pre-tensioner seat belt system ............................ 1-38
Three-point type seat belts.................................. 1-14 Repair and replacement procedure ..................... 1-39
SEATS

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FRONT SEATS
WARNING
• Do not drive and/or ride in the vehicle with WARNING
the seatback reclined. This can be danger-
Do not adjust the driver’s seat while driving so
ous. The shoulder belt will not be properly
that full attention may be given to vehicle opera-
against the body. In an accident, you and your
tion.
passengers could be thrown into the shoul-
der belt and receive neck or other serious Manual seat adjustment
injuries. You and your passengers could also
slide under the lap belt and receive serious WARNING
injuries.
After adjusting a seat, gently shake the seat to
• For the most effective protection while the confirm that the seat is locked securely. If the
vehicle is in motion, the seatback should be seat is not locked securely, it may move sud-
upright. Always sit well back in the seat and denly and could cause the loss of control of the
adjust the seat belt properly. (See “Seat belts” vehicle.
later in this section.)
CAUTION
When adjusting the seat positions, be sure not to
contact any moving parts to avoid possible inju-
ries and/or damages.

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Power seat adjustment

WARNING
Never leave children or adults who would nor-
mally require the support of others alone in the
vehicle. Pets should not be left alone either. They
could unknowingly activate switches or controls
and inadvertently become involved in a serious
accident and injure themselves.
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Operating tips:

Forward and backward: Seat lifter (where fitted): • The power seat motor has an auto-reset over-
load protection circuit. If the motor stops during
1. Pull up the adjusting lever j
1. the seat adjustment, wait 30 seconds, then reac-
2. Slide the seat to the desired position. tivate the switch.

3. Release the adjusting lever to lock the seat in • To avoid discharge of the battery, do not operate
position. the power seats for a long period of time when
the engine is not running.
Reclining:
1. Pull up the adjusting lever j
2.
2. Tilt the seatback to the desired position.
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3. Release the adjusting lever to lock the seatback
in position.
Pull up or push down the adjusting lever to adjust
The reclining feature allows the adjustment of the
the seat height until the desired position is achieved.
seatback for occupants of different sizes to help
obtain the proper seat belt fit. (See “Seat belts” later
in this section.)
The seatback may be reclined to allow occupants to
rest when the vehicle is parked.

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Lumbar support (where fitted):

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SSS1053Z

Forward and backward: Seat lifter (where fitted):


The lumbar support feature provides lower back
Move forward or backward the adjusting switch j
1
support to the driver.
to the desired position.
Push each side of the adjusting switch to adjust the
Reclining:
seat lumbar area until the desired position is
Move forward or backward the adjusting switch j
2 achieved.
to the desired position.
The reclining feature allows the adjustment of the
seatback for occupants of different sizes to help
obtain the proper seat belt fit. (See “Seat belts” later
in this section.) JVR0119XZ

The seatback may be reclined to allow occupants to


rest when the vehicle is parked. Pull up or push down the adjusting switch to adjust
the seat height until the desired position is achieved.

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Heated seats (where fitted) When the vehicle’s interior is warmed, or before SECOND ROW SEATS
you leave the vehicle, be sure to turn off the
switch. Adjustment
CAUTION
• The battery could run down if the seat heater
is operated while the engine is not running.
• Do not use the seat heater for extended peri-
ods or when no one is using the seat.
• Do not put anything on the seat which insu-
JVR0322XZ lates heat, such as a blanket, cushion, seat
cover, etc. Otherwise, the seat may become
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The front seats can be warmed by built-in heaters. overheated.
The switches located on the centre console can be • Do not place anything hard or heavy on the
Forward and backward (where fitted):
operated independently of each other. seat or pierce it with a pin or similar object.
This may result in damage to the seat heater. 1.
1. Pull up the adjusting lever j
1. Start the engine.
2. Select heat range. • Any liquid spilled on the heated seat should 2. Slide the seat to the desired position.
be removed immediately with a dry cloth. 1 to lock the seat in
3. Release the adjusting lever j
• For high heat, push the HI (High) side of the
• When cleaning the seat, never use petrol, thin- position.
switch j1.
ner, or any similar materials. Reclining (where fitted):
• For low heat, push the LO (Low) side of the
1. Pull the adjusting lever j
2.
switch j
2.
• The indicator light j
3 will illuminate when low 2. Tilt the seatback to the desired position.
or high is selected. 2 to lock the seat-
3. Release the adjusting lever j
3. To turn off the heater, return the switch to the back in position.
level position. Make sure the indicator light turns The reclining feature allows the adjustment of the
off. seatback for occupants of different sizes to help
The heater is controlled by a thermostat, auto- obtain the proper seat belt fit. (See “Seat belts” later
matically turning the heater on and off. The indi- in this section.)
cator light will remain on as long as the switch is
on.

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The seatback may be reclined to allow occupants to • Do not fold down the second row seats when • When operating the walk-in mechanism, be
rest when the vehicle is parked. occupants are in the second row seat area or sure that the second row seats are not occu-
any luggage is on the second row seats. pied by passengers and/or any objects to
avoid possible injuries and/or damage.
• Properly secure all luggage to help prevent it
from sliding or shifting. Do not place luggage • Do not operate the walk-in mechanism with
higher than the seatbacks. objects, drinks, etc. on the seat. This may
cause objects to break or cause the passen-
• When returning the seatbacks to the upright
ger room to be soiled.
position, be certain they are completely se-
cured in the latched position. If they are not
completely secured, passengers may be in-
jured in an accident or sudden stop.
JVR0449XZ
Walk-in mechanism (Three-row model):

Folding: The second row seats can tilt and slide for easy
entry/exit to/from the third row seats.
1. For vehicles not equipped with third row seat:
Pull up the lever j
1 and fold the seatback flat. WARNING
For vehicles equipped with third row seat: Pull After operating the walk-in mechanism, be sure
up the lever j 1 and pull the strap j
2 on the to return the seat to the rearmost position and
lower side of the outboard seats to fold the then tilt up the seatback until it latches.
seatback flat.
CAUTION
2. To return the seats to a seating position, push up
on the seatback until it latches in place. • When operating the walk-in mechanism, push
and hold the seatback and operate slowly. If
WARNING the seatback is tilted down quickly and then
allowed to slide, there is a risk that it could
• Never allow anyone to ride in the luggage area contact your face or other parts of your body,
or on the rear seats when they are in the fold- or pinch your hand or foot, causing injury.
down position. Use of these areas by passen-
gers without proper restraints could result in • When operating the walk-in mechanism, be
serious injury or death in an accident or sud- sure not to contact any moving parts to avoid
den stop. possible injuries and/or damage.

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THIRD ROW SEATS (where fitted) WARNING
Folding When the seat is returned to the normal seating
position, the head restraints must be returned to
the upright position to properly protect vehicle
occupants.
ARMREST
Pull the armrest down until it rests on the seat cush-
ion.

JVR0329XZ

To fold the third row seats flat for maximum cargo


capacity:
1. Make sure the head restraints are all the way
down.
2. Pull the strap j
1 to release the seat. JVR0337XZ
Second row seats
2.
3. Once released, push the seatback forward j
Fold down the armrest while pulling the strap (where
To return the third row seats to a seating position:
JVR0355X fitted) until it rests on the seat cushion.
Use the pull straps j1 to raise each seatback. Pull
back until the seatback latches into position. Make
1. Pull the lever j
1 to tilt down the seatback.
sure to properly raise each seatback to an upright
2. Slide the seat forward. and secured position.
3. When returning the seat to its original position,
slide the seat backward, tilt the seatback up and
then secure it in place.

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HEAD RESTRAINTS

– If your ear position is still higher than the rec- NON-ADJUSTABLE HEAD RESTRAINT
WARNING ommended alignment, place the head
Head restraints supplement the other vehicle restraint at the highest position.
safety systems. They may provide additional pro-
tection against injury in certain rear end colli-
• If the head restraint has been removed, ensure
that it is reinstalled and locked in place before
sions. Adjustable head restraints must be ad- riding in that designated seating position.
justed properly, as specified in this section.
Check the adjustment after someone else uses ADJUSTABLE HEAD RESTRAINT
the seat. Do not attach anything to the head re-
straint stalks or remove the head restraint. Do
not use the seat if the head restraint has been
JVR0203XZ
removed. If the head restraint was removed, re-
install and properly adjust the head restraint be-
fore an occupant uses the seating position. Fail- 1. Removable head restraint
ure to follow these instructions can reduce the
effectiveness of the head restraint. This may in- 2. Single notch
crease the risk of serious injury or death in a col- 3. Lock knob
lision.
SSS0992Z 4. Stalks
• Your vehicle is equipped with a head restraint
REMOVE
that may be integrated, adjustable or non-adjust-
1. Removable head restraint
able.
2. Multiple notches
• Adjustable head restraints have multiple notches
along the stalk to lock them in a desired adjust- 3. Lock knob
ment position.
4. Stalks
• The non-adjustable head restraints have single
locking notch to secure them to the seat frame.
• Proper Adjustment:
– For the adjustable type, align the head re-
SSS1037Z
straint so the centre of your ear is approxi-
mately level with the centre of the head re-
straint. Use the following procedure to remove the head
restraint.

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1. Pull the head restraint up to the highest position. ADJUST For non-adjustable head restraint
2. Push and hold the lock knob. Make sure the head restraint is positioned from the
stored position or any non-latch position so the lock
3. Remove the head restraint from the seat.
knob is engaged in the notch before riding in that
4. Store the head restraint properly in a secure designated seating position.
place so it is not loose in the vehicle.
Raise
5. Reinstall and properly adjust the head restraint
before an occupant uses the seating position.
INSTALL
SSS0997Z

For adjustable head restraint


Adjust the head restraint so the centre is level with
the centre of your ears. If your ear position is still
higher than the recommended alignment, place the SSS1035Z
head restraint at the highest position. Type A

To raise the head restraint, pull it up.


SSS1038Z

1. Align the head restraint stalks with the holes in


the seat. Make sure that the head restraint is fac-
ing the correct direction. The stalk with the ad-
justment notch j 1 must be installed in the hole
with the lock knob j2.
2. Push and hold the lock knob and push the head JVR0259XZ
restraint down.
SSS1037Z
3. Properly adjust the head restraint before an oc- Type B
cupant uses the seating position.
To raise the head restraint, push and hold the lock
knob. Then, pull it up.

Safety — seats, seat belts and supplemental restraint system 1-9


SEAT BELTS

Make sure the head restraint is positioned from the PRECAUTIONS ON SEAT BELT
stored position or any non-latch position so the lock USAGE
knob is engaged in the notch before riding in that
designated seating position. If you are wearing the seat belt properly adjusted
and sitting upright and well back in the seat, chances
Lower of being injured or killed in an accident and/or the
severity of injury may be greatly reduced. NISSAN
strongly encourages you and all of your passengers
to buckle up every time you drive, even if your seat-
ing position includes the supplemental air bag sys-
tems.

SSS1036Z

To lower, push and hold the lock knob and push the
head restraint down.
Make sure the head restraint is positioned so the
lock knob is engaged in the notch before riding in
that designated seating position.

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SSS0134AZ SSS0014Z

SSS0136AZ SSS0016Z

Safety — seats, seat belts and supplemental restraint system 1-11


WARNING dren should be properly restrained in the rear • It is essential to replace the entire assembly
seat and, if appropriate, in a child restraint after it has been worn in a severe impact even
• Seat belts are designed to bear upon the bony system. if damage to the assembly is not obvious.
structure of the body, and should be worn low
across the front of the pelvis or the pelvis, • Do not run the belt behind your back or under • Once the pre-tensioner seat belt has acti-
chest and shoulders, as applicable; wearing your arm. Always route the shoulder belt over vated, it cannot be reused. It must be replaced
the lap section of the belt across the abdomi- your shoulder and across your chest. The belt together with the retractor. Contact a NISSAN
nal area must be avoided. Serious injury may should be away from your face and neck, but dealer or qualified workshop.
not falling off your shoulder. Serious injury
occur if a seat belt is not worn properly.
may occur if a seat belt is not worn properly. • Removal and installation of the pre-tensioner
seat belt system components should be done
• Position the lap belt as low and snug as pos-
• No modifications or additions should be made by a NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop.
sible around the hips, not the waist. A lap belt
worn too high could increase the risk of inter- by the user which will either prevent the seat
belt adjusting devices from operating to re- CHILD SAFETY
nal injuries in an accident.
move slack, or prevent the seat belt assembly
• Do not allow more than one person to use the from being adjusted to remove slack. WARNING
same seat belt. Each belt assembly must only
be used by one occupant; it is dangerous to • Care should be taken to avoid contamination • Infants and children need special protection.
of the webbing with polishes, oils and chemi- The vehicle’s seat belts may not fit them prop-
put a belt around a child being carried on the erly. The shoulder belt may come too close to
occupant’s lap. cals, and particularly battery acid. Cleaning
may safely be carried out using mild soap and the face or neck. The lap belt may not fit over
• Never carry more people in the vehicle than water. The belt should be replaced if webbing their small hipbones. In an accident, an im-
there are seat belts. becomes frayed, contaminated or damaged. properly fitted seat belt could cause serious
or fatal injury.
• Never wear seat belts inside out. Belts should • All seat belt assemblies including retractors
not be worn with straps twisted. Doing so may and attaching hardware should be inspected • Always use an appropriate child restraint sys-
reduce their effectiveness. after any collision by a NISSAN dealer or quali- tem.
fied workshop. NISSAN recommends that all
• Seat belts should be adjusted as firmly as
seat belt assemblies in use during a collision
Children need adults to help protect them. They
possible, consistent with comfort, to provide need to be properly restrained. The proper restraint
the protection for which they have been de- be replaced unless the collision was minor depends on the child’s size.
signed. A slack belt will greatly reduce the and the belts show no damage and continue
protection afforded to the wearer. to operate properly. Seat belt assemblies not
in use during a collision should also be in-
• Every person who drives or rides in this ve- spected and, when necessary, replaced if ei-
hicle should use a seat belt at all times. Chil- ther damage or improper operation is noted.

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Infants and small children If the child’s seating position has a shoulder belt that CENTRE MARK ON SEAT BELTS
fits close to the face or neck, the use of a booster
seat (commercially available) may help overcome Selecting correct set of seat belts
this. The booster seat should raise the child so that
the shoulder belt is properly positioned across the
top, middle portion of the shoulder and the lap belt
is low on the hips. The booster seat should also fit
the vehicle seat. Once the child has grown so that
the shoulder belt is no longer on or near the face or
neck of the child, use the shoulder belt without the
booster seat. In addition, there are many types of
SSS0099Z child restraint systems available for larger children
that should be used for maximum protection.
SSS0671Z
NISSAN recommends that infants and small chil- PREGNANT WOMEN
dren be seated in a child restraint system. You
should choose a child restraint system that fits your NISSAN recommends that pregnant women use The centre seat belt buckle is identified by the CEN-
vehicle and the child, and always follow the manu- seat belts. The seat belt should be worn snug, and TER mark. The centre seat belt tongue can be fas-
facturer’s instructions for installation and use. always position the lap belt as low as possible tened only into the centre seat belt buckle.
around the hips, not the waist. Place the shoulder
Large children belt over your shoulder and across your chest. Never
run the lap/shoulder belt over your abdominal area.
WARNING Contact your doctor for specific recommendations.
• Never allow children to stand or kneel on any INJURED PERSONS
seats.
NISSAN recommends that injured persons use seat
• Never allow children in the cargo areas while belts. Contact your doctor for specific recommen-
the vehicle is moving. A child could be seri- dations.
ously injured in an accident or sudden stop.
Children who are too large for a child restraint sys-
tem should be seated and restrained by the seat
belts that are provided.

Safety — seats, seat belts and supplemental restraint system 1-13


THREE-POINT TYPE SEAT BELTS • The retractor is designed to lock during a Shoulder belt height adjustment
sudden stop or on impact. A slow pulling (where fitted)
motion permits the seat belt to move, and
allows you some freedom of movement in
the seat.
• If the seat belt cannot be pulled from its
fully retracted position, firmly pull the belt
and release it. Then smoothly pull the belt
out of the retractor.

SSS0292Z

SSS0351AZ

WARNING
Every person who drives or rides in this vehicle WARNING
should use a seat belt at all times. • The shoulder belt anchor height should be
adjusted to the position best for you. Failure
Fastening seat belts
to do so may reduce the effectiveness of the
SSS0467Z entire restraint system and increase the
WARNING chance or severity of injury in an accident.
The seatback should not be in a reclined position
any more than needed for comfort. Seat belts are
3. Position the lap belt portion low and snug on the • The shoulder belt should rest on the middle
hips as shown. of the shoulder. It must not rest against the
most effective when the passenger sits well back neck.
and straight up in the seat. 4. Pull the shoulder belt portion toward the retrac-

1. Adjust the seat. (See “Seats” earlier in this sec-


tor to take up extra slack. Be sure the shoulder • Be sure that the seat belt is not twisted in any
belt is routed over your shoulder and is snug way.
tion.) across your chest.
2. Slowly pull the seat belt out of the retractor and
• Be sure that the shoulder belt anchor is se-
cured by trying to move the shoulder belt an-
insert the tongue into the buckle until you hear
chor up and down after adjustment.
and feel the latch engage.
The shoulder belt anchor height should be adjusted
to the position best for you.

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CHILD RESTRAINTS

The belt should be away from your face and neck, • When the vehicle slows down rapidly. PRECAUTIONS ON CHILD
but not falling off your shoulder. RESTRAINT USAGE
To increase your confidence in the seat belts, check
To adjust, pull the release button j1 and move the the operation by grasping the shoulder belt and pull-
shoulder belt anchor to the proper position j 2 , so ing forward quickly. The retractor should lock and
that the belt passes over the centre of the shoulder. restrict further belt movement. If the retractor does
not lock during this check, contact a NISSAN dealer
Release the button to lock the shoulder belt anchor
or qualified workshop immediately.
into position.
Unfastening seat belts SEAT BELT MAINTENANCE
Periodically check that the seat belt and all the metal
Push the button on the buckle. The seat belt auto-
components, such as buckles, tongues, retractors,
matically retracts.
flexible wires and anchors, work properly. If loose
SSS0099Z
Belt hook (where fitted) parts, deterioration, cuts or other damage on the
seat belt webbing is found, the entire seat belt as-
sembly should be replaced. WARNING
If dirt builds up in the shoulder belt guide of the seat
belt anchors, the seat belts may retract slowly. Wipe
• Infants and small children should always be
placed in an appropriate child restraint while
the shoulder belt guide with a clean, dry cloth. riding in the vehicle. Failure to use a child
To clean the seat belt webbing, apply a mild soap restraint can result in serious injury or death.
solution or any solution recommended for cleaning • Infants and small children should never be
upholstery or carpet. Then wipe with a cloth and carried on your lap. It is not possible for even
allow the seat belts to dry in the shade. Do not allow the strongest adult to resist the forces of a
JVR0438XZ the seat belts to retract until they are completely dry. severe accident. The child could be crushed
between the adult and parts of the vehicle.
Seat belt can be hooked on the belt hook. Also, do not put the same seat belt around
both your child and yourself.
Checking seat belt operation
Seat belt retractors are designed to lock seat belt
• NISSAN recommends that the child restraints
be installed in the rear seat. According to ac-
movement: cident statistics, children are safer when prop-
• When the seat belt is pulled quickly from the erly restrained in the rear seat than in the front
retractor. seat.

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• Improper use or improper installation of a • Never install a rear-facing child restraint on UNIVERSAL CHILD RESTRAINTS FOR
child restraint can increase the risk or sever- the front passenger’s seat when the front pas- FRONT SEAT AND REAR SEATS
ity of injury for both the child and other occu- senger’s air bag is available. Supplemental
pants of the vehicle and can lead to serious front-impact air bags inflate with great force.
(except for Ukraine and Kazakhstan)
injury or death in an accident. A rear-facing child restraint could be struck
by the supplemental front-impact air bags in WARNING
• Follow all of the child restraint manufacturer’s
an accident and could seriously injure or kill In vehicles equipped with a side air bag system,
instructions for installation and use. When
your child. do not let any infants or small children sit in the
purchasing a child restraint, be sure to select
front passenger’s seat as the air bag may cause
one which will fit your child and vehicle. It may • If the seat belt in the position where a child
serious injury in case of deployment during a col-
not be possible to properly install some types restraint is installed requires a locking device
of child restraint in your vehicle. and if it is not used, injuries could result from lision.
a child restraint tipping over during normal NOTE
• The direction of the child restraint, either
vehicle braking or cornering.
front-facing or rear-facing, depends on the Child restraints approved to ECE Regulation NO.
type of the child restraint and the size of the CAUTION 44.04 are clearly marked with the categories such
child. Refer to the child restraint manufactur- as Universal, Semi-universal or ISOFIX.
Remember that a child restraint system left in a
er’s instructions for details.
closed vehicle can become very hot. Check the When selecting any child restraint, keep the follow-
• Adjustable seatbacks should be positioned to seating surface and buckles before placing your ing points in mind:
ensure full contact between child restraint and child in a child restraint.
seatback.
NISSAN recommends that infants and small chil-
• Choose a child restraint that complies with the
latest European safety standard, ECE Regula-
• After attaching a child restraint, test it before dren be seated in a child restraint. You should tion NO. 44.04.
you place the child in it. Push it from side to choose a child restraint that fits your vehicle and
side and tug it forward to make sure that it is always follow the manufacturer’s instructions for in- • Place your child in the child restraint and check
held securely in place. The child restraint stallation and use. In addition, there are many types the various adjustments to be sure the child re-
should not move more than 25 mm (1 in). If of child restraints available for larger children that straint is compatible with your child. Always fol-
the restraint is not secure, tighten the belt as should be used for maximum protection. low all of the recommended procedures.
necessary, or install the restraint in another • Check the child restraint in your vehicle to be
seat and test it again. sure it is compatible with vehicle’s seat belt sys-
tem.
• When the child restraint is not in use, keep it
secured with the ISOFIX child restraint sys- • Refer to the tables later in this section for a list of
tem or a seat belt to prevent it from being the recommended fitment positions and the ap-
thrown around in case of a sudden stop or proved child restraints for your vehicle.
accident.

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Mass group of child seat
Mass group Child’s weight
Group 0 up to 10 kg
Group 0+ up to 13 kg
Group I 9 to 18 kg
Group II 15 to 25 kg
Group III 22 to 36 kg

Examples of child seat types:


JVR0373XZ
Child safety seat categories II and III

JVR0371XZ
Child safety seat categories 0 and 0+

JVR0372XZ
Child safety seat categories 0+ and I

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Approved child restraint positions
The following restriction is applied when using child restraints varying by infants weight and installation
position.

Suitability
Front pas-
Mass group Front pas-
senger seat 2nd row 2nd row
senger seat 3rd row seat
(Air bag outer seat centre seat
(Air bag ON)
OFF)
0 <10 kg X X U*2 X X
0+ <13 kg X L*2 U/L*2 X X
I 9 - 18 kg X L*2 U*2 X X
II 15 - 25 kg X L*1*2 UF/L*1*2 X X
III 22 - 36 kg X L*1*2 UF/L*1*2 X X

X: Not suitable for child restraint system.


U: Suitable for universal category child restraint system approved for this weight group.
UF: Suitable for forward-facing universal category child restraint system approved for this weight group.
L: Suitable for particular child restraints given in the following table, or vehicle list of child restraint manufacturer.
*1: If you install a child seat, remove the head restraint.
*2: If you install a child seat on sliding seat, set to most rearward slide position.

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Permissible options for fitting an ISOFIX child restraint
Suitability
Mass group Front pas- 2nd row 2nd row 3rd row
senger seat outer seat centre seat seat
F ISO/L1 X X X X
Carry-cot
G ISO/L2 X X X X
0+ (<10 kg) E ISO/R1 X IL* X X
E ISO/R1 X IL X X
0+ (<13 kg) D ISO/R2 X IL* X X
C ISO/R3 X IL* X X
D ISO/R2 X IL* X X
C ISO/R3 X IL* X X
I (9 - 18 kg) B ISO/F2 X IUF X X
B1 ISO/F2X X IL*1/IUF X X
A ISO/F3 X IUF X X
II (15 - 25 kg) — — X IL*1 X X
III (22 - 36 kg) — — X IL*1 X X

X: Not suitable for child restraint system.


IUF: Suitable for universal category forward facing child restraint system approved for this weight group.
IL: Suitable particular ISOFIX category child restraint system (CRS) given in the below list or vehicle list of child seat
manufacturer.
IL*: Suitable particular ISOFIX category child restraint system (CRS) given in the vehicle list of child seat manufacturer.
*1: If you install a child seat, remove the head restraint.

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List of Universal recommended child restraints
Front passenger
2nd row centre
seat 2nd row outer seat 3rd row seat
seat
(Air bag OFF)
Maxi Cosi Cabrio Maxi Cosi Cabrio
0+ (<13 kg) — —
Fix Fix
Römer King plus Römer King plus — —
I (9 - 18 kg)
— Römer Duo plus — —
Römer Kid fix Römer Kid fix
II (15 - 25 kg) — —
(belt mounted) (belt mounted)
Römer Kid fix Römer Kid fix
III (22 - 36 kg) — —
(belt mounted) (belt mounted)

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List of Semi-universal recommended child restraints
Front passenger
2nd row centre
seat 2nd row outer seat 3rd row seat
seat
(Air bag OFF)
Maxi Cosi Cabrio Maxi Cosi Cabrio
Fix plus Fix plus — —
Easy Fix Easy Fix
0+ (<13 kg)
Maxi Cosi Cabrio
— Fix plus — —
Easy Fix Base
Maxi Cosi pearl
I (9 - 18 kg) — — —
plus family fix
Römer Kid fix
II (15 - 25 kg) — — —
(ISOFIX mounted)
Römer Kid fix
III (22 - 36 kg) — — —
(ISOFIX mounted)

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List of approved child restraints ISOFIX CHILD RESTRAINT SYSTEM
(for second row seats)
Name of CRS Fixture of CRS Facing position Category
Römer Baby safe
ISOFIX and sup-
0+ (<13 kg) plus SHR II+ Rear facing Semi-universal
port leg
ISOFIX base
ISO/F2X top
I (9 - 18 kg) Römer Duo plus *1 Front facing Universal
tether

*1: The fitting arm of the CRS (Child Restraint System) must be engaged with the ISOFIX lower anchor with the 2nd
row seatback in the rearmost position. Then the seatback should be notched forwards to give good support (0 — 3
notches from the rearmost position) (for models with sliding seats).
JVR0351XZ
ISOFIX label location

Your vehicle is equipped with special anchor points


that are used with ISOFIX child restraint systems.
ISOFIX lower anchor point locations
The ISOFIX anchor points are provided to install
child restraints in the second row outboard seating
positions only. Do not attempt to install a child
restraint in the centre seating position using the
ISOFIX anchors.

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to use a vehicle seat belt to secure the child re- • The child restraint top tether strap may be
straint. Check your child restraint for a label stating damaged by contact with the tonneau cover
that it is compatible with the ISOFIX child restraints. (where fitted) or items in the luggage area.
This information may also be in the instructions pro- Remove the tonneau cover from the vehicle
vided by the child restraint manufacturer. or secure it and any luggage. Your child could
be seriously injured or killed in a collision if
ISOFIX child restraints generally require the use of
the top tether strap is damaged.
a top tether strap or other anti-rotation devices such
as support legs. When installing ISOFIX child re- Anchorage location
straints, carefully read and follow the instructions in
SSS0637Z this manual and those supplied with the child re-
ISOFIX lower anchor location straints. (See “Child restraint installation using
ISOFIX” later in this section.)
The ISOFIX anchors are located at the rear of the
seat cushion near the seatback. A label is attached CHILD RESTRAINT ANCHORAGE (for
to the seatback to help you locate the ISOFIX an- second row seats)
chors.
Your vehicle is designed to accommodate a child
ISOFIX child restraint anchor restraint system on the second row seat. When in-
attachments stalling a child restraint system, carefully read and
follow the instructions in this manual and those sup-
plied with the child restraint system.

WARNING
• Child restraint anchorages are designed to
withstand only those loads imposed by cor-
rectly fitted child restraints. Under no circum-
stances are they to be used for adult seat
belts, harnesses or for attaching other items
SSS0644Z or equipment to the vehicle. Doing so could
Anchor attachment damage the child restraint anchorages. The
child restraint will not be properly installed
ISOFIX child restraints include two rigid attach- using the damaged anchorage, and a child
ments that can be connected to two anchors lo- could be seriously injured or killed in a colli-
JVR0447X

cated in the seat. With this system, you do not have Type A
sion.

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• Do not secure a child restraint in the centre Installation on rear outboard seats
rear seating position using the ISOFIX lower
anchors. The child restraint will not be se-
cured properly.
• Inspect the lower anchors by inserting your
fingers into the lower anchor area and feeling
to make sure there are no obstructions over
the ISOFIX anchors, such as seat belt web-
bing or seat cushion material. The child re-
JVR0448XZ straint will not be secured properly if the
Type B (example) ISOFIX anchors are obstructed. SSS0646AZ

Anchorages are located as illustrated. • Child restraint anchorages are designed to Steps 1 and 2
withstand only those loads imposed by cor- Front-facing:
Position the top tether strap over the top of the rectly fitted child restraints. Under no circum-
seatback and secure it to the tether anchorage that stance are they to be used for adult seat belts, Be sure to follow the manufacturer’s instructions for
provides the straightest installation. Tighten the harnesses or for attaching other items or the proper use of your child restraint. Follow these
tether strap according to the manufacturer’s instruc- equipment to the vehicle. Doing so could steps to install a front-facing child restraint on the
tion to remove any slack. damage the child restraint anchorages. The second row outboard seats using ISOFIX:
CHILD RESTRAINT INSTALLATION child restraint will not be properly installed 1. Position the child restraint on the seat j
1.
USING ISOFIX using the damaged anchorage, and a child
could be seriously injured or killed in a colli- 2. Secure the child restraint anchor attachments to
sion. the ISOFIX lower anchors j 2.
WARNING
3. For Europe (Mass group I-F2X, II, III):
• Attach ISOFIX child restraints only at the
The back of the child restraint should be secured
specified locations. For the ISOFIX lower an-
chor locations, see “ISOFIX child restraint sys- against the vehicle seatback. The head restraint
tem (for second row seats)” earlier in this sec- should be removed to obtain the correct child
tion. If a child restraint is not secured properly, restraint fit. Store the head restraint in a secure
your child could be seriously injured or killed place. Be sure to install the head restraint when
in an accident. the child restraint is removed. (See “Head
restraints” earlier in this section, “Universal child
• Do not install child restraints that require the restraints for front seat and rear seats (except for
use of a top tether strap to seating positions Ukraine and Kazakhstan)” earlier in this section)
that do not have a top tether anchor.

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For Europe (except for Mass group I-F2X, II, seat cushion and seatback. Adjustable Rear-facing:
III): seatbacks should be positioned to ensure full
contact between child restraint and seatback.
For Ukraine and Kazakhstan:
5. If the child restraint is equipped with a top tether
The back of the child restraint should be secured
strap, route the top tether strap and secure the
against the vehicle seat back. If necessary, ad-
tether strap to the tether anchor point. (See
just or remove the head restraint to obtain the
“Child restraint anchorage (for second row
correct child restraint fit. If the head restraint is
seats)” earlier in this section.)
removed, store it in a secure place. Be sure to
install the head restraint when the child restraint 6. If the child restraint is equipped with other anti-
is removed. If the seating position does not have rotation devices such as support legs, use them
SSS0649AZ
an adjustable head restraint and it is interfering instead of the top tether strap following the child
Steps 1 and 2
with the proper child restraint fit, try another seat- restraint manufacturer’s instructions.
ing position or a different child restraint. (See Be sure to follow the manufacturer’s instructions for
“Head restraints” earlier in this section, “Univer- the proper use of your child restraint. Follow these
sal child restraints for front seat and rear seats steps to install a rear-facing child restraint on the
(except for Ukraine and Kazakhstan)” earlier in second row outboard seats using ISOFIX:
this section.)
1. Position the child restraint on the seat j
1.
2. Secure the child restraint anchor attachments to
the ISOFIX lower anchors j 2.

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Step 7

7. Test the child restraint before you place the child


in it j
5 . Push the child restraint from side to side
and tug it forward to make sure that it is held
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securely in place.
Step 4
8. Check to make sure that the child restraint is
4. Shorten the rigid attachment to have the child
properly secured prior to each use. If the child SSS0756AZ
restraint firmly tightened; press downward j 3
restraint is loose, repeat steps 3 through 7. Step 3
and rearward j 4 firmly in the centre of the child
restraint with your knee to compress the vehicle

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3. Shorten the rigid attachment to have the child CHILD RESTRAINT INSTALLATION Installation on rear outboard seats (for Europe
restraint firmly tightened; press downward j 3 USING 3-POINT TYPE SEAT BELT (except for Mass group II and III)):
and rearward j 4 firmly in the centre of the child
Installation on rear outboard seats (for
restraint with your hand to compress the vehicle Installation on rear seats - without
Ukraine and Kazakhstan):
seat cushion and seatback. automatic locking mode
Adjust the head restraint to its highest position.
4. If the child restraint is equipped with a top tether Front-facing:
(See “Head restraints” earlier in this section,
strap, route the top tether strap and secure the
“Universal child restraints for front seat and rear
tether strap to the tether anchor point. (See
seats (except for Ukraine and Kazakhstan)” ear-
“Child restraint anchorage (for second row
lier in this section.)
seats)” earlier in this section.)
5. If the child restraint is equipped with other anti-
rotation devices such as support legs, use them
instead of the top tether strap following the child
restraint manufacturer’s instructions.

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Step 1

Be sure to follow the manufacturer’s instructions for


the proper use of your child restraint. Follow these SSS0493AZ
steps to install a front-facing child restraint on the Step 3
rear seats using 3-point type seat belt without auto-
3. Route the seat belt tongue through the child re-
matic locking mode:
straint and insert it into the buckle j
2 until you
1. Position the child restraint on the seat j
1. hear and feel the latch engage.
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Step 6 2. Installation on rear outboard seats (for Europe 4. To prevent slack in the seat belt webbing, it is
(Mass group II and III)): necessary to secure the seat belt in place with
6. Test the child restraint before you place the child
Remove the head restraint. (See “Head locking devices attached to the child restraint.
in it j
5 . Push the child restraint from side to side
and tug it forward to make sure that it is held restraints” earlier in this section, “Universal child
securely in place. restraints for front seat and rear seats (except for
Ukraine and Kazakhstan)” earlier in this section.)
7. Check to make sure that the child restraint is
properly secured prior to each use. If the child
restraint is loose, repeat steps 3 through 6.

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6. Test the child restraint before you place the child
in it j
5 . Push the child restraint from side to side
and tug it forward to make sure that it is held
securely in place.
7. Check to make sure that the child restraint is
properly secured prior to each use. If the child
restraint is loose, repeat steps 3 through 5.
Rear-facing:

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Step 5 Step 2

5. Remove any additional slack from the seat belt; 2. Route the seat belt tongue through the child re-
press downward j 3 and rearward j 4 firmly in straint and insert it into the buckle j
2 until you
the centre of the child restraint with your knee to hear and feel the latch engage.
compress the vehicle seat cushion and seatback
3. To prevent slack in the seat belt webbing, it is
while pulling up on the seat belt. Adjustable
necessary to secure the seat belt in place with
seatbacks should be positioned to ensure full
locking devices attached to the child restraint.
contact between child restraint and seatback. SSS0759AZ
Step 1

Be sure to follow the manufacturer’s instructions for


the proper use of your child restraint. Follow these
steps to install a rear-facing child restraint on the
rear seats using 3-point type seat belt without auto-
matic locking mode:
1. Position the child restraint on the seat j
1.

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Step 4
Step 6

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4. Remove any additional slack from the seat belt; Installation on front passenger’s seat
press downward j 3 and rearward j 4 firmly in
the centre of the child restraint with your hand to
compress the vehicle seat cushion and seatback
while pulling up on the seat belt.

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For Europe (Mass group II and III)

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Step 5

5. Test the child restraint before you place the child


in it j
5 . Push the child restraint from side to side
and tug it forward to make sure that it is held
securely in place.
6. Check to make sure that the child restraint is
properly secured prior to each use. If the child SSS0300AZ
restraint is loose, repeat steps 3 through 5. For Europe (except for Mass group II and III) and for Ukraine and Kazakhstan

WARNING by the supplemental front-impact air bags in


an accident and could seriously injure or kill
• Never install a rear-facing child restraint on your child.
the front passenger’s seat when the front pas-
senger’s air bag is available. Supplemental • Never install a child restraint with a top tether
front-impact air bags inflate with great force. strap on the front seat.
A rear-facing child restraint could be struck

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• NISSAN recommends that a child restraint be
installed on the rear seat. However, if you
must install a child restraint on the front pas-
senger’s seat, move the passenger’s seat to
the rearmost position.
• Child restraints for infants must be used in
the rear-facing direction and therefore must
not be used on the front passenger’s seat
when the front passenger’s air bag is avail-
able. SSS0627Z SSS0360CZ

• Failure to use the seat belts will result in the Steps 2 and 3 Step 5

child restraint system not being properly se- 1.


2. Move the seat to the rearmost position j 5. Route the seat belt tongue through the child re-
cured. It could tip over or otherwise be unse- straint and insert it into the buckle j
3 until you
cured and cause injury to the child in a sud- 3. For Europe (Mass group II and III):
hear and feel the latch engage.
den stop or collision. Remove the head restraint j 2 . (See “Head
6. To prevent slack in the seat belt webbing, it is
Front-facing: restraints” earlier in this section, “Universal child
necessary to secure the seat belt in place with
restraints for front seat and rear seats (except for
Be sure to follow the manufacturer’s instructions for locking devices attached to the child restraint.
Ukraine and Kazakhstan)” earlier in this section.)
the proper use of your child restraint. Follow these
steps to install a front-facing child restraint on the For Europe (except for Mass group II and III):
front passenger’s seat using 3-point type seat belt For Ukraine and Kazakhstan:
without automatic locking mode:
Adjust the head restraint j 2 to its highest posi-
1. Turn off the front passenger’s air bag using the tion. (See “Head restraints” earlier in this sec-
front passenger air bag switch. (See “Supple- tion, “Universal child restraints for front seat and
mental Restraint System (SRS)” later in this sec- rear seats (except for Ukraine and Kazakhstan)”
tion.) Place the ignition switch in the “ON” posi- earlier in this section.)
tion and make sure that the front passenger air
bag status light (OFF) illuminates. 4. Position the child restraint in the seat. SSS0647BZ
Step 7

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SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT
SYSTEM (SRS)

7. Remove any additional slack from the seat belt; 9. Check to make sure that the child restraint is PRECAUTIONS ON SUPPLEMENTAL
press downward j 4 and rearward j 5 firmly in properly secured prior to each use. If the child RESTRAINT SYSTEM (SRS)
the centre of the child restraint with your knee to restraint is loose, repeat steps 6 through 8.
compress the vehicle seat cushion and seatback This Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) section
while pulling up on the seat belt. contains important information concerning the driv-
er’s and passenger’s supplemental front-impact air
bags, supplemental side-impact air bags, supple-
mental curtain side-impact air bags and pre-ten-
sioner seat belts.
Supplemental front-impact air bag
system
This system can help cushion the impact force to
the head and chest area of the driver and/or front
passenger in certain frontal collisions. The supple-
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mental front-impact air bag is designed to inflate on
Step 8 (for Europe (Mass group II and III))
the front where the vehicle is impacted.
Supplemental side-impact air bag
system
This system can help cushion the impact force to
the chest area of the driver and front passenger in
certain side-impact collisions. The supplemental
side-impact air bag is designed to inflate on the side
where the vehicle is impacted.
Supplemental curtain side-impact air
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Step 8 (For Europe (except for Mass group II and III) and for
Ukraine and Kazakhstan This system can help cushion the impact force to
8. Test the child restraint before you place the child the head of the driver and passengers in front and
in it j
6 . Push the child restraint from side to side rear outboard seating positions in certain side-im-
and tug it forward to make sure that it is held pact collisions. The supplemental curtain side-im-
securely in place. pact air bag is designed to inflate on the side where
the vehicle is impacted.

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The SRS is designed to supplement the accident
protection provided by the driver’s and passenger’s
seat belts and is not designed to substitute for
them. The SRS can help save lives and reduce seri-
ous injuries. However, inflating air bags may cause
abrasions or other injuries. Air bags do not provide
protection to the lower body. Seat belts should al-
ways be correctly worn and the occupants should
always be seated a suitable distance away from the
steering wheel and instrument panel. (See “Seat
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belts” earlier in this section.) The air bags inflate
quickly in order to help protect the occupants. The
force of the air bags inflating can increase the risk of
injury if the occupants are too close to, or are
against, the air bag modules during inflation. The air
bags will deflate quickly after deployment.
The SRS operates only when the ignition switch
is in the ON position.
When the ignition switch is in the ON position,
the SRS air bag warning light illuminates for
about 7 seconds and then turns off. This indi-
cates that the SRS air bag system is operational. SSS0132AZ

(See “SRS air bag warning light” later in this sec-


tion.)
• The seat belts and the supplemental front-im-
pact air bags are most effective when you are
WARNING sitting well back and upright in the seat. The
• The supplemental front-impact air bags ordi- front-impact air bags inflate with great force.
If you and your passengers are unrestrained,
narily will not inflate in the event of a side
impact, rear impact, rollover, or lower sever- leaning forward, sitting sideways, or out of
ity frontal collision. Always wear the seat belts position in any way, you and your passengers
to help reduce the risk or severity of injury in are at greater risk of injury or death in an acci-
accidents. dent. You and your passengers may also re-
ceive serious or fatal injuries from the supple-

Safety — seats, seat belts and supplemental restraint system 1-31


mental front-impact air bag if you are up
against it when it inflates. Always sit back
against the seatback and as far away as prac-
tical from the steering wheel or instrument
panel. Always use the seat belts.

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WARNING

SSS0007Z • Never let children ride unrestrained or extend


their hands or face out of the window. Do not
attempt to hold them in your lap or arms.
Some examples of dangerous riding positions
are shown in the illustrations.

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• Children may be severely injured or killed • The seat belts and the supplemental side-im-
when the supplemental front-impact air bags, pact air bags and supplemental curtain side-
supplemental side-impact air bags, or supple- impact air bags are most effective when you
mental curtain side-impact air bags inflate if are sitting well back and upright in the seat.
they are not properly restrained. The supplemental side-impact air bags and
supplemental curtain side-impact air bags in-
• Never install a rear-facing child restraint sys-
flate with great force. If you and your passen-
tem on the front seat. An inflating supplemen-
gers are unrestrained, leaning forward, sitting
tal front-impact air bag could seriously injure
sideways, or out of position in any way, you
or kill your child. (See “Child restraints” ear-
and your passengers are at greater risk of
lier in this section.) SSS0159Z
injury or death in an accident.
• Do not allow anyone to place their hands, legs,
or face near the supplemental side-impact air
bags and supplemental curtain side-impact
air bags on the sides of the seatback of the
front seats or near the side roof rails. Do not
allow anyone sitting in the front seats or rear
outboard seats to extend their hands out of
the windows or lean against the doors. Some
examples of dangerous riding positions are
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shown in the illustrations.
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• When sitting in the rear seats, do not hold
onto the seatback of the front seats. If the
supplemental side-impact air bags and
WARNING supplemental curtain side-impact air bags in-
flate, you may be seriously injured. Be espe-
• The supplemental side-impact air bags and cially careful with children, who should always
supplemental curtain side-impact air bags or- be properly restrained.
dinarily will not inflate in the event of a front
impact, rear impact, rollover, or lower sever- • Do not use seat covers on the front seatbacks.
ity side collision. Always wear the seat belts They may interfere with the supplemental
to help reduce the risk or severity of injury in side-impact air bag inflations.
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Pre-tensioner seat belt system The label(s) warn you not to fit a rear-facing child SRS air bag warning light
restraint system on the front passenger seat as such
The pre-tensioner seat belt system activates in con- a restraint system used in this position could cause
junction with the supplemental front-impact air bag. serious injury to the infant in case of air bag deploy-
Working with the seat belt retractor and anchor, it ment during a collision.
helps tighten the seat belt the instant the vehicle
becomes involved in certain types of collisions, help-
ing to restrain front seat occupants. (See “Pre-
tensioner seat belt system” later in this section.)
Air bag warning labels
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The SRS air bag warning light, displaying in


the meter, monitors the circuits for the air bag sys-
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Air bag warning label
tems, pre-tensioner seat belt systems and all related
wiring.
The label j
1 warns:
When the ignition switch is in the ON position, the
“NEVER use a rearward facing child restraint on a SRS air bag warning light illuminates for about 7
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seat protected by an ACTIVE AIR BAG in front of it, seconds and then turns off. This indicates that the
DEATH or SERIOUS INJURY to the CHILD can SRS air bag systems are operational.
occur.”
Warning labels about the supplemental air bag sys- If any of the following conditions occur, the air bag
tem are placed in the vehicle as shown in the illus- In vehicles equipped with a front-impact passenger and/or pre-tensioner seat belt systems need servic-
tration. air bag system, use a rear-facing child restraint sys- ing:
tem only on the rear seats.
The warning label j 1 is located on the surface of • The SRS air bag warning light remains on after
the driver’s and/or passenger’s sun visor. When installing a child restraint system in your ve- approximately 7 seconds.
hicle, always follow the child restraint system manu-
The warning label j
2 (where fitted) is located on the facturer’s instructions for installation. For additional • The SRS air bag warning light flashes intermit-
side of the passenger’s side body panel. information, see “Child restraints” earlier in this sec- tently.
tion. • The SRS air bag warning light does not illumi-
nate at all.

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Under these conditions, the air bag and/or pre-
tensioner seat belt systems may not operate prop-
erly. They must be checked and repaired. Contact a
NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop immediately.

Safety — seats, seat belts and supplemental restraint system 1-35


9. Pre-tensioner seat belt retractors (where fit-
ted)
10. Lap outer pre-tensioner (where fitted)
11. Satellite sensors (where fitted)

WARNING
• Do not place any objects on the steering wheel
pad, on the instrument panel, and near the
front door finishers and the front seats. Do
not place any objects between any occupants
and the steering wheel pad, on the instru-
ment panel, and near the front door finishers
and the front seats. Such objects may become
dangerous projectiles and cause injury if a
supplemental air bag inflates.
• Immediately after inflation, several supple-
mental air bag system components will be hot.
Do not touch them: you may severely burn
yourself.
• No unauthorised changes should be made to
any components or wiring of the supplemen-
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tal air bag systems. This is to prevent acci-
dental inflation of the supplemental air bags
SUPPLEMENTAL AIR BAG SYSTEMS 5. Supplemental air bag diagnosis sensor unit or damage to the supplemental air bag sys-
tems.
1. Crash zone sensor 6. Supplemental curtain side-impact air bag infla-
2. Supplemental front-impact air bag modules
tors (where fitted) • Do not make unauthorised changes to your
vehicle’s electrical system, suspension sys-
7. Supplemental curtain side-impact air bag
3. Front passenger air bag switch (where fitted) tem, front end structure, and side panels. This
modules (where fitted)
could affect proper operation of the supple-
4. Supplemental side-impact air bag modules 8. Satellite sensors (where fitted) mental air bag systems.
(where fitted)

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• Tampering with the supplemental air bag sys- although it may inflate if the forces in another type of When the ignition switch is placed in the ON posi-
tems may result in serious personal injury. collision are similar to those of a higher severity fron- tion, the front passenger air bag status ON and
Tampering includes changes to the steering tal impact. It may not inflate in certain frontal colli- OFF lights illuminate and then turn off or remain on
wheel and the instrument panel by placing sions. Vehicle damage (or lack of it) is not always an depending on the front passenger air bag status.
materials over the steering wheel pad and indication of proper supplemental front-impact air
above, around or on the instrument panel or bag system operation. • When the ignition switch is placed in the ON
position and the front passenger air bag is ac-
by installing additional trim materials around Front passenger air bag status light: tive, the front passenger air bag status OFF light
the supplemental air bag systems.
will turn off after about 7 seconds.
• Work around and on the supplemental air bag
The front passenger air bag status ON light
systems should be done by a NISSAN dealer
will illuminate and then turn off after 1 minute
or qualified workshop. The SRS wiring should
when the front passenger air bag switch is in the
not be modified or disconnected. Unautho-
ON position.
rised electrical test equipment and probing
devices should not be used on the supple- • When the ignition switch is placed in the ON
mental air bag systems. position and the front passenger air bag is inac-
tive, the front passenger air bag status ON light
• The SRS wiring harness connectors are yel-
will turn off after about 7 seconds.
low and/or orange for easy identification. JVR0374XZ
OFF light The front passenger air bag status OFF light
When the air bags inflate, a fairly loud noise may be
will illuminate and remain on as long as the
heard, followed by the release of smoke. This smoke
front passenger air bag switch is in the OFF
is not harmful and does not indicate a fire. Care
position.
should be taken not to inhale it, as it may cause irri-
tation and choking. Those with a history of a breath- If the front passenger air bag status light operates in
ing condition should get fresh air promptly. a way other than described above, the front passen-
ger air bag may not function properly. Have the sys-
Supplemental front-impact air bag tem checked, and if necessary repaired, by a
system NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop promptly.
The driver’s supplemental front-impact air bag is
located at the centre of the steering wheel. The pas-
JVR0264XZ
senger’s supplemental front-impact air bag is lo-
ON light
cated at the instrument panel above the glove box.
The front passenger air bag status light is located
The supplemental front-impact air bag system is de-
on the instrument panel.
signed to inflate in higher severity frontal collisions,

Safety — seats, seat belts and supplemental restraint system 1-37


Front passenger air bag switch: 2. Open the glove box and insert the mechanical Vehicle damage (or lack of it) is not always an indi-
key into the front passenger air bag switch. cation of proper supplemental side-impact air bag
system operation.
3. Push and turn the key to the ON position.
4. Place the ignition switch in the ON position. The Supplemental curtain side-impact air
front passenger air bag status ON light will bag system
illuminate. The supplemental curtain side-impact air bag is lo-
5. After 1 minute, the front passenger air bag status cated at the roof rails.
ON light will turn off. The supplemental curtain side-impact air bag sys-
Supplemental side-impact air bag tem is designed to inflate in higher severity side col-
JVR0365XZ lisions, although it may inflate if the forces in another
system type of collision are similar to those of a higher se-
The front passenger air bag can be turned off with verity side impact. It may not inflate in certain side
the front passenger air bag switch located in the collisions. Vehicle damage (or lack of it) is not al-
glove box. ways an indication of proper supplemental curtain
side-impact air bag system operation.
To turn off the front passenger air bag:
PRE-TENSIONER SEAT BELT
1. Place the ignition switch in the OFF position.
SYSTEM
2. Open the glove box and insert the mechanical
key into the front passenger air bag switch. For WARNING
the mechanical key usage, see “Mechanical key”
in the “3. Pre-driving checks and adjustments”
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• The pre-tensioner seat belt cannot be reused
section. after activation. It must be replaced together
The supplemental side-impact air bag is located at with the retractor and buckle as a unit.
3. Push and turn the key to the OFF position. the outside of the front seats’ seatbacks. • If the vehicle becomes involved in a collision
4. Place the ignition switch in the ON position. The The supplemental side-impact air bag system is de- but the pre-tensioner is not activated, be sure
front passenger air bag status OFF light signed to inflate in higher severity side collisions, to have the pre-tensioner system checked
will illuminate and remain on. although it may inflate if the forces in another type of and, if necessary, replaced by a NISSAN
To turn on the front passenger air bag: collision are similar to those of a higher severity side dealer or qualified workshop.
impact. It may not inflate in certain side collisions.
1. Place the ignition switch in the OFF position.

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• No unauthorised changes should be made to REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT When maintenance work is required on the vehicle,
any components or wiring of the pre-tensioner PROCEDURE information about the air bags, pre-tensioner seat
seat belt system. This is to prevent accidental belts and related parts should be pointed out to the
activation of the pre-tensioner seat belt or person performing the maintenance. The ignition
WARNING
damage to the pre-tensioner seat belt sys- switch should always be in the LOCK position when
tem. • Once the air bags have been inflated, the air working under the bonnet or inside the vehicle.
bag modules will not function and must be
• Work around or on the pre-tensioner seat belt
replaced. The air bag modules must be re-
system should be done by a NISSAN dealer or
placed by a NISSAN dealer or qualified work-
qualified workshop. The SRS wiring should
shop. The inflated air bag modules cannot be
not be modified or disconnected. Unautho-
repaired.
rised electrical test equipment and probing
devices should not be used on the pre-ten- • The air bag systems should be inspected by a
sioner seat belt system. NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop if there
is any damage to the front end portion of the
• If you need to dispose of the pre-tensioner
vehicle.
seat belt system, or scrap the vehicle, contact
a NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop. Cor- • If you need to dispose of the SRS or scrap the
rect pre-tensioner disposal procedures are vehicle, contact a NISSAN dealer or qualified
set forth in the appropriate NISSAN Service workshop. Correct disposal procedures are
Manual. Incorrect disposal procedures could set forth in the appropriate NISSAN Service
cause personal injury. Manual. Incorrect disposal procedures could
cause personal injury.
The pre-tensioner is encased with the front seat
belt’s retractor and anchor. These seat belts are The air bags and pre-tensioner seat belts are de-
used the same as conventional seat belts. signed to activate on a one-time-only basis. As a
reminder, unless the SRS air bag warning light is
When the pre-tensioner seat belt activates, a fairly
damaged, the SRS air bag warning light remains
loud noise may be heard, followed by the release of
illuminated after inflation has occurred. The repair
smoke. This smoke is not harmful and does not indi-
and replacement of the SRS should be done only by
cate a fire. Care should be taken not to inhale it, as
a NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop.
it may cause irritation and choking. Those with a his-
tory of a breathing condition should get fresh air
promptly.

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2 Instruments and controls

Meters and gauges .................................................. 2-2 Turn signal switch............................................... 2-41


Speedometer and odometer ............................... 2-2 Fog light switch ....................................................... 2-42
Tachometer ........................................................ 2-2 Front fog lights (where fitted) .............................. 2-42
Engine coolant temperature gauge...................... 2-3 Rear fog light ...................................................... 2-42
Fuel gauge ......................................................... 2-3 Wiper and washer switch ........................................ 2-43
Instrument brightness control.............................. 2-3 Windscreen wiper and washer switch................. 2-43
Xtronic Continuously Variable Transmission Rain-sensing auto wiper system (where fitted)..... 2-44
(CVT) position indicator (where fitted)................. 2-4 Rear window wiper and washer switch ............... 2-45
Warning lights, indicator lights and audible Headlight cleaner switch (where fitted) ............... 2-46
reminders ................................................................ 2-5 Defogger switch ...................................................... 2-46
Checking bulbs .................................................. 2-6 Horn ........................................................................ 2-47
Warning lights .................................................... 2-6 Windows ................................................................. 2-47
Indicator lights .................................................... 2-10 Power windows .................................................. 2-47
Audible reminders............................................... 2-13 Sunroof (where fitted) .............................................. 2-49
Vehicle information display ....................................... 2-14 Automatic sunroof and sunshade ........................ 2-49
How to use the vehicle information display .......... 2-14 Power outlets .......................................................... 2-51
Startup display.................................................... 2-14 Storage ................................................................... 2-52
Settings.............................................................. 2-14 Glove box ........................................................... 2-52
Vehicle information display warnings and Console box ....................................................... 2-52
indicators............................................................ 2-22 Sunglasses holder .............................................. 2-52
Oil control system (for diesel engine model) ........ 2-28 Cup holders ....................................................... 2-52
Trip computer ..................................................... 2-29 Soft bottle holders .............................................. 2-53
Clock and outside air temperature ...................... 2-31 Card holder ........................................................ 2-54
Driver Attention Alert (where fitted) ..................... 2-32 Luggage hooks................................................... 2-54
Traffic Sign Recognition (TSR) (where fitted) ...... 2-33 Luggage compartment (where fitted) .................. 2-54
Headlight and turn signal switch............................... 2-35 Coat hook .......................................................... 2-56
Headlight switch ................................................. 2-35 Tonneau cover (where fitted) .............................. 2-57
Headlight aiming control ..................................... 2-37 Roof rail (where fitted) ............................................. 2-57
Battery saver system........................................... 2-41 Sun visors ............................................................... 2-58
Headlight cleaner (where fitted) .......................... 2-41 Interior lights............................................................ 2-58
Interior light switch ............................................. 2-58 Rear personal lights (where fitted)....................... 2-59
Console light ...................................................... 2-58 Vanity mirror light................................................ 2-59
Map lights........................................................... 2-58 Luggage room light............................................. 2-59
Room light (where fitted)..................................... 2-59 Battery saver system........................................... 2-59
METERS AND GAUGES

SPEEDOMETER AND ODOMETER Distance to empty (dte — km or mile): Changing twin trip odometer display:

Speedometer The distance to empty (dte) j1 provides you with an Push the TRIP RESET switch j 3 (located on the
estimation of the distance that can be driven before instrument panel) to change the display as follows:
refuelling. The dte is constantly being calculated,
based on the amount of fuel in the fuel tank and the ODO → TRIP A → TRIP B → ODO
actual fuel consumption. Resetting twin trip odometer:
The display is updated every 30 seconds. Push the TRIP RESET switch j 3 for more than 1
The dte mode includes a low range warning feature. second to reset the trip odometer to zero.
If the fuel level is low, the warning is displayed on TACHOMETER
the screen.
When the fuel level drops even lower, the dte dis-
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play will change to “———”.

The speedometer indicates the vehicle speed (km/h


• If the amount of fuel added is small, the distance
to empty shown just before the ignition switch is
or MPH). placed in the “OFF” position may continue to be
Distance to empty (dte — km or displayed.
mile)/Odometer • When driving uphill or rounding curves, the fuel
in the tank shifts, which may momentarily change
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the display.
Odometer/Twin trip odometer:
The tachometer indicates the engine speed in revo-
The odometer/twin trip odometer is displayed in the lutions per minute (rpm). Do not rev the engine
vehicle information display when the ignition switch into the red zone j1.
is in the ON position.
The red zone varies with models.
The odometer j 2 displays the total distance the
vehicle has been driven.
JVI0771XZ The twin trip odometer j
2 displays the distance of
individual trips.

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ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE engine. (See “Engine overheat” in the “6. In There is a small reserve of fuel in the tank when the
GAUGE case of emergency” section for immediate ac- fuel gauge reads the empty (0) position.
tion required.)
INSTRUMENT BRIGHTNESS
FUEL GAUGE CONTROL

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The engine coolant temperature gauge indicates the JVI0640XZ JVI0644XZ


engine coolant temperature.
The engine coolant temperature is normal when the The fuel gauge indicates the approximate fuel level
gauge needle points within the zone j 1 shown in in the tank when the ignition switch is in the ON
the illustration. position.

The engine coolant temperature will vary with the The gauge may move slightly during braking, turn-
outside air temperature and driving conditions. ing, accelerating, or going up and down hills due to
movement of fuel in the tank.
CAUTION
The low fuel warning appears on the vehicle
• If the gauge indicates the engine coolant tem- information display when the fuel level in the tank is
perature is near the hot (H) end of the normal getting low. Refuel as soon as it is convenient, pref-
range, reduce vehicle speed to decrease the erably before the gauge reads 0 (empty). JVI0661MZ
temperature.
The arrow, , indicates the fuel-filler lid is lo-
• If the gauge is over the normal range, stop cated on the right side of the vehicle. The instrument brightness control switch can be op-
the vehicle as soon as safely possible and let erated when the ignition switch is in the ON posi-
the engine idle. CAUTION tion. When the switch is operated, the vehicle infor-
mation display switches to the brightness adjust-
• If the engine is overheated, continued opera- Refuel before the gauge reads the empty (0) po-
sition. ment mode.
tion of the vehicle may seriously damage the

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Push the + side of the switch j A to brighten the
meter panel lights and instrument panel lights. The
bar j
1 moves to the + side.
Push the - side of the switch j
B to dim the lights.
The bar j
1 moves to the − side.
The vehicle information display returns to the normal
display when the instrument brightness control
switch is not operated for more than 5 seconds.
XTRONIC CONTINUOUSLY
VARIABLE TRANSMISSION (CVT)
POSITION INDICATOR (where fitted)
The Xtronic CVT position indicator indicates the shift
lever position when the ignition switch is in the ON
position.

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WARNING LIGHTS, INDICATOR LIGHTS AND AUDIBLE REMINDERS

Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) warn- Supplemental Restraint System (SRS)


High beam indicator light
ing light air bag warning light
Electronic Stability Programme (ESP) Hill descent control system on indicator
Brake warning light (red)
warning light light*
Water-in-fuel-filter warning light (diesel Hill Start Assist system on indicator
Charge warning light
engine model) light

Electric power steering warning light Dipped beam indicator light Malfunction Indicator Light (MIL)

Electronic parking brake system warn-


Door lock indicator light* Rear fog light indicator light
ing light (yellow)

Electronic parking brake warning light ECO mode system indicator light* Security indicator light

Four-Wheel Drive (4WD) AUTO indica-


Small light indicator light
Forward emergency braking system tor light (4WD model)
warning light* Four-Wheel Drive (4WD) LOCK indica-
High beam assist indicator light*
tor light (4WD model)

Low tyre pressure warning light* Front fog lights indicator light* Trailer direction indicator light

Malfunction warning light (red) (diesel


Front passenger air bag status light Turn signals/hazard indicator lights
engine model)

Glow plug indicator light (diesel engine Electronic Stability Programme (ESP)
Seat belt warning light
model) off indicator light

Master warning light * where fitted

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CHECKING BULBS If the ABS warning light illuminates while the engine Low brake fluid warning indicator:
is running, or while driving, it may indicate the ABS When the ignition switch is placed in the ON posi-
With all doors closed, apply the parking brake, fas- is not functioning properly. Have the system
ten the seat belts and place the ignition switch in the tion, the brake warning light illuminates, and then
checked by a NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop turns off (models equipped with electronic parking
ON position without starting the engine. Where fit- promptly.
ted, the following lights will illuminate: , brake system).
, (red). If an ABS malfunction occurs, the anti-lock function If the brake warning light illuminates while the en-
is turned off. The brake system then operates nor- gine is running, or while driving, and the parking
Where fitted, the following lights will illuminate briefly mally, but without anti-lock assistance. (See “Brake
and then turn off: , , , , , , brake is released, it may indicate the brake fluid
system” in the “5. Starting and driving” section.) level is low.
, , , , , (red),
Brake warning light (red) When the brake warning light illuminates while driv-
(yellow).
ing, stop the vehicle safely as soon as possible.
If any lights fail to illuminate, it may indicate a burned- WARNING Stop the engine and check the brake fluid level. If
out bulb or an open circuit in the electrical system. the brake fluid level is at the minimum mark, add
Have the system checked, and if necessary re- • If the brake fluid level is below the minimum brake fluid as necessary. (See “Brake fluid” in the
paired, by a NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop mark on the brake fluid reservoir, do not drive “8. Maintenance and do-it-yourself” section.)
promptly. the vehicle until the brake system has been
checked by a NISSAN dealer or qualified If the brake fluid level is sufficient, have the brake
Some indicators and warnings are also displayed on workshop. system checked by a NISSAN dealer or qualified
the vehicle information display between the speedo- workshop promptly.
meter and tachometer. (See “Vehicle information • Even if you judge it to be safe, have your ve-
Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) warning
display” later in this section.) hicle towed because driving it could be dan-
indicator:
gerous.
WARNING LIGHTS When the parking brake is released and the brake
• Depressing the brake pedal without the en- fluid level is sufficient, if both the brake warning light
Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) gine running and/or with a low brake fluid and the Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) warning
warning light level could increase the stopping distance and light illuminate, it may indicate the ABS is not func-
require greater pedal travel distance and ef- tioning properly. Have the brake system checked,
When the ignition switch is in the ON position, the
fort. and if necessary repaired, by a NISSAN dealer or
Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) warning light illumi-
nates and then turns off. This indicates the ABS is qualified workshop promptly. (See “Anti-lock Brak-
The brake warning light indicates a low brake fluid ing System (ABS) warning light” earlier in this sec-
operational.
level of the brake system and/or an Anti-lock Brak- tion.)
ing System (ABS) malfunction.

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Charge warning light If the electric power steering warning light illumi- When the ignition switch is placed in the ON posi-
nates while the engine is running, it may indicate the tion, the electronic parking brake warning light illu-
When the ignition switch is in the ON position, the electric power steering system is not functioning minates. When the engine is started and the parking
charge warning light illuminates, and then turns off. properly and may need servicing. Have the electric brake is released, the warning light turns off.
This indicates the charging system is operational. power steering system checked by a NISSAN dealer
If the parking brake is not fully released, the elec-
or qualified workshop.
If the charge warning light illuminates while the en- tronic parking brake warning light remains on. Be
gine is running, or while driving, it may indicate the When the electric power steering warning light illu- sure that the electronic parking brake warning light
charging system is not functioning properly and may minates with the engine running, the power assist to has turned off before driving (see “Parking brake” in
need servicing. the steering will cease operation but you will still the “3. Pre-driving checks and adjustments” sec-
have control of the vehicle. At this time, greater tion).
When the charge warning light illuminates while driv- steering efforts are required to operate the steering
ing, stop the vehicle safely as soon as possible. If the electronic parking brake warning light illumi-
wheel, especially in sharp turns and at low speeds.
Stop the engine and check the alternator belt. If the nates or flashes while the electronic parking brake
alternator belt is loose, broken or missing, the charg- (See “Electric power steering system” in the system warning light (yellow) illuminates, it
ing system needs repair. (See “Drive belt” in the “5. Starting and driving” section.) may indicate that the electronic parking brake sys-
“8. Maintenance and do-it-yourself” section.) tem is not functioning properly. Have the brake sys-
Electronic parking brake system tem checked, and if necessary repaired, by a
If the alternator belt appears to be functioning cor- warning light (yellow) NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop promptly.
rectly but the charge warning light remains illumi-
The electronic parking brake system warning light or Forward emergency
nated, have the charging system checked by a
functions for the electronic parking brake system.
NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop promptly.
When the ignition switch is placed in the ON posi-
braking system
CAUTION tion, the light illuminates for a few seconds. If the warning light (where
warning light illuminates at any other time, it may fitted)
Do not continue driving if the alternator belt is
loose, broken or missing. indicate that the electronic parking brake system is When the ignition switch is in the ON position, the
not functioning properly. Have the brake system forward emergency braking system warning light
Electric power steering warning checked, and if necessary repaired, by a NISSAN illuminates and then turns off.
light dealer promptly.
This light illuminates when the forward emergency
When the ignition switch is in the ON position, the Electronic parking brake braking system is set to OFF on the vehicle informa-
electric power steering warning light illuminates. Af- warning light tion display.
ter starting the engine, the electric power steering
warning light turns off. This indicates the electric The electronic parking brake warning light indicates
power steering system is operational. that the electronic parking brake system is operat-
ing.

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If the light illuminates when the forward emergency Depending on a change in the outside temperature, • If the light illuminates while driving, avoid sud-
braking system is ON, it may indicate that the sys- the low tyre pressure warning light may illuminate den steering manoeuvres or abrupt braking,
tem is unavailable. See “Forward emergency brak- even if the tyre pressure has been adjusted prop- reduce vehicle speed, pull off the road to a
ing system (where fitted)” in the “5. Starting and erly. Adjust the tyre pressure to the recommended safe location and stop the vehicle as soon as
driving” section for more details. COLD tyre pressure again when the tyres are cold, possible. Driving with under-inflated tyres may
and reset the TPMS. permanently damage the tyres and increase
Low tyre pressure warning light the likelihood of tyre failure. Serious vehicle
(where fitted) If the low tyre pressure warning light still continues
damage could occur and may lead to an acci-
to illuminate after the resetting operation, it may indi-
When the ignition switch is in the ON position, the dent and could result in serious personal in-
cate that the TPMS is not functioning properly. Have
low tyre pressure warning light illuminates and then jury. Check the tyre pressure for all four tyres.
the system checked by a NISSAN dealer or quali-
turns off. This indicates that the low tyre pressure Adjust the tyre pressure to the recommended
fied workshop.
warning system is operational. COLD tyre pressure shown on the tyre plac-
For additional information, see “Tyre Pressure Moni- ard to turn the low tyre pressure warning light
This light illuminates if there is low tyre pressure or toring System (TPMS) (where fitted)” in the “5. Start- off. If you have a flat tyre, replace it with a
a tyre pressure warning system malfunction. ing and driving” section. spare tyre as soon as possible.
The Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) moni-
tors the tyre pressure of all tyres except the spare.
TPMS malfunction: • After adjusting the tyre pressure, be sure to
If the TPMS is not functioning properly, the low tyre reset the TPMS. Otherwise, the TPMS will not
Low tyre pressure warning: pressure warning light will flash for approximately 1 warn of low tyre pressure.
If the vehicle is being driven with low tyre pressure, minute when the ignition switch is placed in the ON • When a spare tyre is mounted or a wheel is
the low tyre pressure warning light will illuminate. position. The light will remain on after the 1 minute. replaced, the TPMS will not function and the
Have the system checked by a NISSAN dealer or low tyre pressure warning light will flash for
When the low tyre pressure warning light illuminates, qualified workshop. approximately 1 minute. The light will remain
you should stop and adjust the tyre pressure to the
For additional information, see “Tyre Pressure Moni- on after the 1 minute. Contact your NISSAN
recommended COLD tyre pressure shown on the
toring System (TPMS) (where fitted)” in the “5. Start- dealer or qualified workshop as soon as pos-
tyre placard. Use a tyre pressure gauge to check
ing and driving” section. sible for tyre replacement and/or system re-
the tyre pressure. The low tyre pressure warning
setting.
light may not automatically turn off when the tyre
pressure is adjusted. After the tyre is inflated to the WARNING • Replacing tyres with those not originally speci-
recommended pressure, reset the tyre pressures fied by NISSAN could affect the proper opera-
registered in your vehicle and then drive the vehicle
• If the light does not illuminate with the igni-
tion of the TPMS.
tion switch placed in the ON position, have
at speeds above 25 km/h (16 MPH). These opera-
the vehicle checked by a NISSAN dealer as
tions are required to activate the TPMS and turn off
soon as possible.
the low tyre pressure warning light.

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CAUTION Master warning light • Key battery low warning (where fitted)
• The TPMS is not a substitute for the regular
When the ignition switch is in the ON position, the
• Battery Voltage Low Charge Battery warning
tyre pressure check. Be sure to check the tyre
pressure regularly. master warning light illuminates if any of the follow- • Headlight system fault warning (where fitted)

• If the vehicle is being driven at speeds of less


ing are displayed on the vehicle information display. • Chassis control system fault warning (where fit-
• Steering lock release malfunction indicator ted)
than 25 km/h (16 MPH), the TPMS may not
operate correctly. • No Key detected warning (where fitted) • Second row seat belt warning (where fitted)
• Be sure to install the specified size of tyres to • Key ID incorrect warning (where fitted) • Other warning
all four wheels correctly.
• Shift to Park warning (Xtronic (CVT) Continu- See “Vehicle information display” later in this sec-
Malfunction warning light (red) ously Variable Transmission models) tion.
(diesel engine model) Seat belt warning light
• Door/back door open warning
When the ignition switch is placed in the ON posi-
tion, the malfunction warning light illuminates in red.
• Low fuel warning When the ignition switch is in the ON position, the
This means that the system is operational. After • Release parking brake warning front seat belt warning light on the meter illuminates.
starting the engine, the warning light turns off. The light will continue to illuminate until the driver’s
• Engine start operation indicator (Xtronic (CVT)
and/or passenger’s seat belts are fastened. (See
For the orange Malfunction Indicator Light (MIL), Continuously Variable Transmission models)
“Seat belts” in the “1. Safety — seats, seat belts
see “ Malfunction Indicator Light (MIL)” later in this
section for details.
• Key System Fault warning (where fitted) and supplemental restraint system” section.)

If the malfunction warning light (red) illuminates con-


• Low Tyre Pressure warning (where fitted) When the vehicle speed exceeds 15 km/h (10
MPH), the light will blink and the chime will sound
tinuously while the engine is running, it may indicate • Tyre pressure system fault (where fitted)
unless the front seat belt is securely fastened. The
an engine control system malfunction. Have your
vehicle inspected by a NISSAN dealer or qualified
• CVT System Fault warning (Xtronic (CVT) Con- chime will continue to sound for about 95 seconds
tinuously Variable Transmission models) until the seat belt is fastened. (See “Seat belts” in
workshop. You do not need to have your vehicle the “1. Safety — seats, seat belts and supplemental
towed to the dealer. • Low oil pressure Stop vehicle warning (where
restraint system” section.)
fitted)
CAUTION For second row seats, see “Vehicle information dis-
Continuing vehicle operation without proper ser-
• 4WD system fault warning (where fitted)
play warnings and indicators” later in this section.
vicing of the engine control system could lead to • 4WD High Temp. Stop vehicle warning (where
poor driveability, reduced fuel economy, and fitted)
damage to the engine control system, which may • Tyre size incorrect warning (where fitted)
affect the vehicle’s warranty coverage.

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Supplemental Restraint System The warning light blinks when the ESP system is Door lock indicator light
(SRS) air bag warning light operating. (where fitted)
When the ignition switch is in the ON position, the When the warning light blinks while driving, the driv- The door lock indicator light, located on the instru-
Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) air bag warn- ing condition is slippery and the vehicle’s traction ment panel, illuminates when all the doors are
ing light illuminates for about 7 seconds and then limit is about to be exceeded. locked.
turns off. This indicates the SRS air bag system is If the ESP warning light illuminates while the engine
operational. is running or while driving, it may indicate that the
• With the ignition switch in the ON position, the
door lock indicator light will illuminate and stay
If any of the following conditions occur, the SRS air ESP system is not functioning properly and may on when the doors are locked using the power
bag system and/or pre-tensioner seat belt need ser- need servicing. Have the system checked, and if door lock switch.
vicing. Have the system checked, and if necessary necessary repaired, by a NISSAN dealer or quali-
repaired, by a NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop fied workshop promptly. If a malfunction occurs, the • With the ignition switch in the OFF or LOCK
ESP function is turned off, but the vehicle is still driv- position, the door lock indicator light will operate
promptly.
able. (See “Electronic Stability Programme (ESP) as follows:
• The SRS air bag warning light remains illumi- system” in the “5. Starting and driving” section.) – When the doors are locked with the power
nated after about 7 seconds.
Water-in-fuel-filter warning light door lock switch, the door lock indicator light
• The SRS air bag warning light flashes intermit-
(diesel engine model) will illuminate for 30 minutes.
tently.
– When the doors are locked by pushing the
If the water-in-fuel-filter warning light illuminates
• The SRS air bag warning light does not come on
while the engine is running, contact a NISSAN
LOCK button (on the integrated keyfob or
at all. Intelligent Key) or the request switch (Intelli-
dealer or qualified workshop as soon as possible.
gent Key system equipped models), the door
Unless checked and repaired, the SRS air bag sys-
CAUTION lock indicator light will illuminate for 1 minute.
tem and/or pre-tensioner seat belt may not function
properly. (See “SRS air bag warning light” in the Continuing vehicle operation without properly The door lock indicator light turns off when any door
“1. Safety — seats, seat belts and supplemental draining could cause serious damage to the en- is unlocked.
restraint system” section.) gine.
For locking or unlocking doors, see “Door locks” in
Electronic Stability Programme INDICATOR LIGHTS the “3. Pre-driving checks and adjustments” sec-
(ESP) warning light tion.
Dipped beam indicator light
When the ignition switch is in the ON position, the
Electronic Stability Programme (ESP) warning light The dipped beam indicator light illuminates when
illuminates and then turns off. the headlight low beam is on. (See “Headlight
switch” later in this section.)

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ECO mode system indicator Front fog lights indicator light that the high beam assist system is operational. (See
light (where fitted) (where fitted) “High beam assist (where fitted)” later in this sec-
tion.)
The ECO mode indicator light illuminates when the The front fog lights indicator light illuminates when
ECO mode system is turned on. the front fog lights are on. (See “Front fog lights High beam indicator light
(where fitted)” later in this section.)
(See “ECO mode system (where fitted)” in the The high beam indicator light illuminates when the
“5. Starting and driving” section. / Front passenger air headlight high beam is on. The indicator turns off
Four-Wheel Drive (4WD) AUTO bag status light when the low beam is selected. (See “Headlight
indicator light (4WD model) The front passenger air bag status light ( ) lo- switch” later in this section.)
cated on the instrument panel will illuminate when Hill descent control system on
When the ignition switch is in the ON position, the
the front passenger air bag is turned off with the indicator light (where fitted)
Four-Wheel Drive (4WD) AUTO indicator light illu-
front passenger air bag switch. When the front pas-
minates and then turns off. When the ignition switch is placed in the ON posi-
senger air bag is turned on, the front passenger air
When selecting 4WD AUTO mode while the engine bag status light ( ) will illuminate. tion the hill descent control system on indicator light
is running, the 4WD AUTO indicator light illumi- illuminates briefly and then turns off. This indicates
For more details, see “Front passenger air bag sta- that the hill descent control system is operational.
nates. (See “Four-Wheel Drive (4WD) (where
tus light” in the “1. Safety — seats, seat belts and
fitted)” in the “5. Starting and driving” section.) The light illuminates when the hill descent control
supplemental restraint system” section.
Four-Wheel Drive (4WD) LOCK system is activated.
Glow plug indicator light (diesel
indicator light (4WD model) engine model) If the hill descent control switch is on and the indi-
When the ignition switch is in the ON position, the cator light blinks, the system is not engaged.
When the ignition switch is in the ON position, the
Four-Wheel Drive (4WD) LOCK indicator light illu- If the indicator light does not illuminate or blink when
glow plug indicator light illuminates and turns off
minates and then turns off. the hill descent control switch is on, the system may
after the glow plugs have warmed up.
When selecting 4WD LOCK mode while the engine not be functioning properly. Have the system
If the glow plugs have already warmed up, the glow checked by a NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop.
is running, the 4WD LOCK indicator light illumi-
plug indicator flashes briefly and then turns off.
nates simultaneously with the 4WD AUTO indicator For additional information, see “Hill descent control
light illuminating. (See “Four-Wheel Drive (4WD) High beam assist indicator light system (where fitted)” in the “5. Starting and driving”
(where fitted)” in the “5. Starting and driving” sec- (where fitted) section.
tion.)
The indicator light illuminates when the headlights
CAUTION come on while the headlight switch is in the AUTO
Do not drive on dry hard surface roads in the position with the high beam selected. This indicates
LOCK mode.

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Hill Start Assist system on may indicate that the engine control system is not If security system is malfunctioning, this light will
indicator light (where fitted) functioning properly and may need servicing. Have remain on while the ignition switch is in the ON posi-
the vehicle checked, and if necessary repaired, by a tion. (See “Security system” in the “3. Pre-driving
The light illuminates when the conditions of the hill NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop promptly. checks and adjustments” section for additional in-
start assist system are satisfied when the vehicle is formation.)
stopped on a hill. If the MIL blinks (where fitted) while the engine is
running, it may indicate a potential malfunction in the Small light indicator light
Then, the light blinks when the brake pedal is re- emission control system. In this case, the emission
leased, which indicates that the hill start assist sys- control system may not function properly and may The light illuminates when the headlight switch is
tem is activated. need servicing. Have the system checked, and if turned to the position.
For additional information, see “Hill Start Assist necessary repaired, by a NISSAN dealer or quali-
system” in the “5. Starting and driving” section. fied workshop promptly. Trailer direction indicator light
Precautions:
Malfunction Indicator Light (MIL) The light will illuminate whenever an additional elec-
To reduce or avoid possible damage to the engine trical load is detected by the direction indicator sys-
CAUTION
control system when the MIL blinks: tem.
• Continuing vehicle operation without proper
• Avoid driving at speeds above 70 km/h (43 For additional information, see “Trailer towing” in
servicing of the engine control system and/or
MPH). the “5. Starting and driving” section.
Xtronic (CVT) Continuously Variable Trans-
mission could lead to poor driveability, re- • Avoid sudden acceleration or deceleration. Turn signals/hazard indicator
duced fuel economy, and damage to the en- lights
gine control system and/or Xtronic CVT sys-
• Avoid going up steep uphill grades.
tem, which may affect the vehicle’s warranty • Avoid carrying or towing unnecessary loads. The turn signals/hazard indicator lights blink when
the turn signal switch or hazard indicator flasher
coverage.
Rear fog light indicator light switch is turned on. (See “Turn signal switch” later
• Incorrect setting of the engine control system in this section or “Hazard indicator flasher switch” in
may lead to non-compliance of local and na- The rear fog light indicator light illuminates when the the “6. In case of emergency” section.)
tional emission laws and regulations. rear fog light is on. (See “Fog light switch” later in
this section.) Electronic Stability Programme
When the ignition switch is in the ON position, the (ESP) off indicator light
Malfunction Indicator Light (MIL) illuminates. After Security indicator light
When the ignition switch is in the ON position, the
starting the engine, the MIL turns off. This indicates Electronic Stability Programme (ESP) off indicator
that the engine control system and/or Xtronic CVT The security indicator light blinks when the ignition
switch is in the LOCK, OFF position. This function light illuminates and then turns off.
system is operational.
indicates the security system* equipped on the ve- The ESP off indicator light illuminates when the ESP
If the MIL illuminates while the engine is running, it hicle is operational. (* immobilizer) off switch is pushed to the OFF position.

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When the ESP off switch is pushed to the OFF When the buzzer sounds, be sure to check both the For more information, see “Stop/Start System
position, the ESP system is turned off. vehicle and the Intelligent Key. (See “Intelligent Key (where fitted)” in the “5. Starting and driving” sec-
system (where fitted)” in the “3. Pre-driving checks tion.
For details, see “Electronic Stability Programme
and adjustments” section.)
(ESP) system” in the “5. Starting and driving” sec-
tion. Light reminder chime
AUDIBLE REMINDERS The chime will sound if the driver’s side door is
opened while the headlight switch is in either the
Brake pad wear warning or position and the ignition switch is in
The disc brake pads have audible wear warnings. the OFF or LOCK position.
When a brake pad requires replacement, it will make
Be sure to turn the light switch to the OFF or AUTO
a high pitched scraping sound when the vehicle is in
(where fitted) position when you leave the vehicle.
motion. This scraping sound will first occur only
when the brake pedal is depressed. After more wear Parking brake reminder chime
of the brake pad, the sound will always be heard
The chime will sound if the vehicle is driven at more
even if the brake pedal is not depressed. Have the
than 4 km/h (2 MPH) with the parking brake ap-
brakes checked as soon as possible if the wear
plied. Stop the vehicle and release the parking
warning sound is heard.
brake.
Have the system checked, and if necessary re-
paired, by a NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop Stop/Start System reminder buzzer
promptly. (See “Brakes” in the “8. Maintenance and (where fitted)
do-it-yourself” section.) The engine will shift to the normal stopped state if
Intelligent Key buzzer (where fitted) any of the following operations is made during Stop/
Start System activation, and the Stop/Start System
The Intelligent Key buzzer sounds if any one of the buzzer will sound if:
following improper operations is found.
• The driver’s seat belt is unfastened and the driv-
• The ignition switch is not returned to the LOCK er’s door is open (MT models).
position when locking the doors.
• The vehicle engine bonnet is open.
• The Intelligent Key is left inside the vehicle when
Close the bonnet or the driver’s door, or fasten the
locking the doors.
seat belt then restart the engine using the ignition
• Any doors are not closed securely when locking switch.
the doors.

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VEHICLE INFORMATION DISPLAY

HOW TO USE THE VEHICLE For more information on warnings and indicators,
INFORMATION DISPLAY see “Vehicle information display warnings and
indicators” later in this section.
To control what items display in the vehicle informa-
tion display, see “Settings” later in this section.
SETTINGS
The setting mode allows you to change the informa-
tion displayed in the vehicle information display:
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• [Driver Assistance] (where fitted)

The vehicle information display j


1 is located be- JVI0887XZ
• [Clock]
tween the tachometer and the speedometer. It dis- • [Display Settings]
plays such items as: The vehicle information display can be changed us- • [Vehicle Settings]
• Vehicle settings ing the switches and <ENTER> j 1 located on
• [Maintenance]
the steering wheel.
• Trip computer information
j1— - navigate through the items in vehicle • [Alert]
• Driver Assistance (where fitted) information display • [Tyre Pressures] (where fitted)
• Speed limiter information (where fitted) j2— - go back to the previous menu
• [Units]
• Cruise control system information (where fitted) STARTUP DISPLAY • [Language] (where fitted)
• Intelligent Key operation information (where fit- When the ignition switch is placed in the ON posi-
• [Factory Reset]
ted) tion, the screens that display in the vehicle informa-
tion display include: Driver Assistance (where fitted)
• Audio information (where fitted)
• Navigation - turn by turn (where fitted) • Trip computer To change the status, warnings or turn on or off any
of the systems/warnings displayed in the [Driver As-
• Indicators and warnings • Fuel economy
sistance] menu, use the switch j 1 to select

• Tyre pressure information (where fitted) • Warnings and the <ENTER> j 1 to change a menu item:

• Chassis Control
Warnings will only display if there are any present. • [Driving Aids]

• Other information • [Driver Attention]

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• [Traffic Sign] • [Front Sensor] • [Engine Brake] (where fitted)
• [Parking Aids] – Front parking sensor ON/OFF – For more details, see “Active Engine Brake
(Xtronic Continuously Variable Transmission
• [Chassis Control] • [Rear Sensor]
(CVT) model)” in the “5. Starting and driving”
Driving Aids: – Rear parking sensor ON/OFF section.
To change the status, warnings or turn on or off any • [Display] Clock
of the systems/warnings displayed in the [Driving
Aids] menu, use the switch j1 to select and – Parking sensor display ON/OFF For models without navigation or audio system:
the <ENTER> j 1 to change a menu item: • [Volume] Set Clock:
• [Lane] – Parking sensor buzzer volume [Low]/[Med.]/ The clock settings can be changed using the
– Lane Departure Warning (LDW) ON/OFF [High] j1 and the <ENTER> j 1 buttons.

• [Blind Spot] • [Range] 12H/24H:

– Blind Spot Warning (BSW) ON/OFF – Parking sensor detection range [Far]/[Mid.]/ The time setting can be selected from 12 hour and
[Near] 24 hour formats.
• [Emergency Brake]
For more details, see “Around view monitor (where For models with navigation or audio system:
– Emergency Brake ON/OFF fitted)” in the “4. Display screen, heater and air con- To set the clock, see “Clock” in the “4. Display
Driver Attention: ditioner, and audio system” section. screen, heater and air conditioner, and audio
[Driver Attention] ON/OFF Chassis Control: system” section, “SETUP button” in the “4. Display
screen, heater and air conditioner, and audio
Traffic Sign: To change the status, warnings or turn on or off any
system” section, or “Audio main operation” in the
of the systems/warnings displayed in the [Chassis
[Traffic Sign] ON/OFF “4. Display screen, heater and air conditioner, and
Control] menu, use the switch j 1 to select
audio system” section in this manual or the separate
Parking Aids: and the <ENTER> j 1 to change a menu item:
Navigation Owner’s Manual.
To change the status or turn on or off any of the sys- • [Trace Control]
Display Settings
tems displayed in the [Parking Aids] menu, use the
– For more details, see “Active Trace Control”
switch j
1 to select and the <ENTER> j 1 to The meter settings allows the customer to choose
in the “5. Starting and driving” section.
change a menu item: from the various meter selections.
• [Moving Object] The meter settings can be changed using the
– Moving Object Detection (MOD) ON/OFF j1 and the <ENTER> j 1 buttons.

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Contents Selection: [Display]: • [Trip CO2 Saving]
The items that display when the ignition switch is The Trip CO2 saving and engine stop time mode
placed in the ON position can be enabled/disabled. shows the CO2 saving and engine stop time
To change the items that are displayed, use the since the last reset. The CO2 saving and engine
j1 to scroll and the <ENTER> j 1 to select a stop time can be reset by pushing <ENTER>
menu item. j1.
Body Colour: • [Total CO2 Saving]
The colour of the vehicle that displays in the vehicle The Total CO2 saving and engine stop time
information display when the ignition switch is mode shows:
placed in the ON position can be changed.
JVI0665XZ – The estimated CO2 exhaust emissions pre-
1. Use the switch j
1 until [Body Colour] is vented.
selected, and press <ENTER> j 1.
This setting allows the customer to enable/disable – The engine stop time that the engine has been
2. Select the body colour using the switch j
1 the ECO pedal guide function. stopped by the Stop/Start System.
and press <ENTER> j 1.
1. Use the switch j
1 to select [Display]. NOTE
ECO Mode Settings (where fitted):
1 to select [Pedal Guide]
2. Press the <ENTER> j The Total CO2 saving and engine stop time
This setting allows the customer to change the ECO or [Fuel Econ.]. values cannot be reset and show accumu-
mode system settings.
For more details, see “ECO mode system (where lated Stop/Start System information since
Use the switch j
1 until [ECO Mode Settings] fitted)” in the “5. Starting and driving” section. the vehicle was built.
is selected, and press <ENTER> j 1.
Stop/Start (where fitted): ECO Drive Report (where fitted):
[Eco Glow]: [Display]:
To change the status, warnings or turn on or off any
This setting allows the customer to enable/disable of the systems/warnings displayed in the [Stop/ This setting allows the customer to enable/disable
the ambient ECO indicator in the vehicle information Start] menu, use the switch j1 to select and the ECO Drive Report in the vehicle information dis-
display. the <ENTER> j 1 to change a menu item: play.
1. Use the switch j
1 to select [Eco Glow]. • [Display] 1. Use the switch j
1 to select [ECO Drive
2. Press the <ENTER> j 1 to turn ON/OFF the – Stop/Start display ON/OFF Report].
ambient ECO in the vehicle information display. 2. Press the <<ENTER>> j1 to turn ON/OFF the
ECO management display in the vehicle informa-
tion display.

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[View History]: Lighting: Turn Indicator:
This setting allows the customer to reset the past The [Lighting] menu has the following options: The [3 Flash On] overtaking feature can be set to be
history of the fuel economy and the best fuel ON or OFF. From the [Turn Indicator] menu, select
economy.
• [Welcome Light]
[3 Flash On]. Use the <ENTER> j 1 to turn this fea-
The welcome lighting can be set to be ON or ture ON or OFF.
Welcome Effect:
OFF. From the [Lighting] menu, select [Wel-
Unlocking:
You can choose whether or not to display the wel- come Light]. Use the <ENTER> j 1 to turn this
come screen when the ignition switch is placed in feature ON or OFF. There are the following options in the [Unlocking]
the ACC or ON position. You can also choose the menu:
following items to define how the welcome screen • [Int. Lamp Timer]
looks: The internal light timer can be set to be ON or
• [I-Key Door Lock]
OFF. From the [Lighting] menu, select [Int. Lamp When this item is turned on, the request switch
• [Dial and Pointer]
Timer]. Use the <ENTER> j 1 to turn this feature on the door is activated. From the [Unlocking]
• [Display Effect] ON or OFF. menu, select [I-Key Door Lock]. Use the
<ENTER> button to activate or deactivate this
Select [Welcome Effect] using the switch j
1 • [Auto Lights] function.
and press the <ENTER> j 1 to select this menu.
The sensitivity of the automatic lighting can be
Use the switch j
1 to navigate between the
adjusted. From the [Lighting] menu, select [Auto
• [Selective Unlock]
menu options and press the <ENTER> j 1 to turn When this item is turned on, and the door handle
Lights]. Use the switch j 1 and the
each function ON/OFF. request switch on the driver’s or front passen-
<ENTER> j 1 to select the required sensitivity.
Vehicle Settings The following options are available: ger’s side door is pushed, only the correspond-
ing door is unlocked. All the doors can be un-
The vehicle settings allows the customer to change – [On Earliest] locked if the door handle request switch is
settings for the following settings. pushed again within 1 minute. When this item is
– [On Earlier]
• Lighting – [Standard]
turned to off, all the doors will be unlocked when
the door handle request switch is pushed once.
• Turn Indicator – [On Later] From the [Unlocking] menu, select [Selective
• Unlocking
• [Headlight Off Delay] (where fitted)
Unlock]. Use the <ENTER> button to activate or
deactivate this function.
• Wipers
The duration of the automatic headlights can be
The vehicle settings can be changed using the changed from 0 to 180 seconds. From the [Light-
j1 , and the <ENTER> j 1 switches. ing] menu, select [Headlight Off Delay]. Use the
<ENTER> j 1 to change the duration.

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• [Answer Bk. Horn] (where fitted) Maintenance Filter (where fitted):
When the answer back horn is on the horn will This indicator appears when the customer set dis-
chirp and the hazard indicators will flash once tance comes for changing the oil filter. You can set
when locking the vehicle with the Intelligent Key or reset the distance for checking or replacing these
or remote keyless entry function. items. For scheduled maintenance items and inter-
vals, see a separate maintenance booklet.
Wipers:
Tyre:
• Speed Dependent (where fitted)
This indicator appears when the customer set dis-
The [Speed Dependent] feature can be activated tance comes for replacing tyres. You can set or
or deactivated. From the [Wipers] menu, select reset the distance for replacing tyres.
[Speed Dependent]. Use the <ENTER> j 1 to JVI0978XZ
turn this feature ON or OFF.
WARNING
• Rain Sensor (where fitted) 1. Service
The tyre replacement indicator is not a substitute
The [Rain Sensor] feature can be activated or 2. Filter (where fitted) for regular tyre checks, including tyre pressure
deactivated. From the [Wipers] menu, select checks. See “Changing tyres and wheels” in the
3. Tyre
[Rain Sensor]. Use the <ENTER> j1 to turn this “8. Maintenance and do-it-yourself” section.
feature ON or OFF. 4. Other Many factors including tyre inflation, alignment,
driving habits and road conditions affect tyre
• Reverse Link The maintenance mode allows you to set alerts for
wear and when tyres should be replaced. Setting
the reminding of maintenance intervals. To change
The [Reverse Link] wiper feature can be set to the tyre replacement indicator for a certain driv-
an item:
be ON or OFF. From the [Wipers] menu, select ing distance does not mean your tyres will last
[Reverse Link]. Use the <ENTER> j 1 to turn Select [Maintenance] using the switch j
1 and that long. Use the tyre replacement indicator as
this feature ON or OFF. press <ENTER> j 1. a guide only and always perform regular tyre
checks. Failure to perform regular tyre checks,
• Drip Wipe Service:
including tyre pressure checks could result in
The [Drip Wipe] feature can be set to be ON or This indicator appears when the customer set dis- tyre failure. Serious vehicle damage could occur
OFF. From the [Wipers] menu, select [Drip tance comes for changing the engine oil and filter. and may lead to a collision, which could result in
Wipe]. Use the <ENTER> j 1 to turn this feature You can set or reset the distance for checking or serious personal injury or death.
ON or OFF. replacing these items. For scheduled maintenance
items and intervals, see a separate maintenance Other:
booklet. This indicator appears when the customer set dis-
tance comes for checking or replacing maintenance
items other than the engine oil, oil filter and tyres.

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Other maintenance items can include such things 2. Press the <ENTER> j
1 to turn ON/OFF the • Tyre Pressure Unit
as air filter or tyre rotation. You can set or reset the alert.
distance for checking or replacing the items. • Calibrate
Phone (where fitted):
Target Front:
Alert This setting allows the customer to enable/disable
The [Target Front] tyre pressure is the pressure
This setting allows the customer to set alarms. the alert for navigation in the vehicle information dis-
specified for the front tyres on the tyre placard. (See
play.
Select [Alert] using the switch j
1 and press “Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) (where
<ENTER> j 1. 1. Use the switch j
1 to select [Phone]. fitted)” in the “5. Starting and driving” section and
“Tyre placard” in the “9. Technical information” sec-
Outside Temp. (where fitted): 1 to turn ON/OFF the
2. Press the <ENTER> j
tion).
alert.
This setting allows the customer to enable/disable Use the
Mail (where fitted): 1 and the <ENTER> j
j 1 buttons to
the alert for outside temperature in the vehicle infor-
select and change the value for the [Target Front]
mation display. This setting allows the customer to enable/disable tyre pressure.
1. Use the switch 1 to select [Outside
j the alert for navigation in the vehicle information dis-
play. Target Rear:
Temp.].
The [Target Rear] tyre pressure is the pressure
2. Press <ENTER> j
1 to turn the alert ON/OFF. 1. Use the switch j
1 to select [Mail].
specified for the rear tyres on the tyre placard. (See
Timer: 1 to turn ON/OFF the
2. Press the <ENTER> j “Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) (where
alert. fitted)” in the “5. Starting and driving” section and
This setting allows the customer to set an alert to
“Tyre placard” in the “9. Technical information” sec-
notify the driver that the set time has been reached. Tyre pressures (where fitted) tion).
1. Use the switch j
1 to select [Timer]. The settings in the [Tyre Pressures] menu are all
Use the 1 and the <ENTER> j
j 1 buttons to
related to the Tyre pressure monitoring system
1.
2. Press the <ENTER> j select and change the value for the [Target Rear]
TPMS (See “Tyre Pressure Monitoring System
tyre pressure.
3. To change the timer amount, use the switch (TPMS) (where fitted)” in the “6. In case of
j1 and the <ENTER> j 1 to save the selected emergency” section, “Tyre Pressure Monitoring Tyre Pressure Unit:
time amount. System (TPMS) (where fitted)” in the “5. Starting The unit for tyre pressure that displays in the vehicle
Navigation (where fitted): and driving” section and “Tyre Pressure Monitoring information display can be changed to:
System (TPMS) (where fitted)” in the “8. Mainte-
This setting allows the customer to enable/disable nance and do-it-yourself” section). • kPa
the alert for navigation in the vehicle information dis-
play. • Target Front • bar

1. Use the switch j


1 to select [Navigation]. • Target Rear • psi
• Kgf/cm2

Instruments and controls 2-19


Use the 1 and the <ENTER> j
j 1 buttons to
select and change the unit.
If necessary, refer to the following table to convert
between units.

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Calibrate: Units (where fitted)


The tyre pressure is affected by the temperature of The units that are shown in the vehicle information
the tyre; the tyre temperature increases when the display can be changed:
car is driven. To be able to accurately monitor the
tyre air leakage and to prevent false TPMS warnings • Distance/Fuel
due to changes in temperature, the TPMS system
uses temperature sensors in the tyres to perform
• Tyre pressures

temperature compensation calculations. • Temperature

On rare occasions it may be necessary to recalibrate Use the 1 , and the <ENTER> j
j 1 switches to
the TPMS system reference temperature. This op- select and change the units of the vehicle informa-
eration should only be performed when the actual tion display.
tyre pressure has been adjusted, whilst the current Distance/Fuel:
ambient temperature is significantly different to the
The unit for the mileage that displays in the vehicle
current calibration temperature. (See “Tyre Pres-
information display can be changed to:
sure Monitoring System (TPMS) (where fitted)” in
the “5. Starting and driving” section). • km, l/100km
Use the j1 , and the <ENTER> j 1 switches to • km, km/l
start or cancel the calibration process. While the
calibration process is active, the message: [Reset-
• miles, MPG (UK)
ting tyre pressure system] will be displayed. Use the j1 and the <ENTER> j
1 switches to
select and change the unit.

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Tyre pressures: For models with navigation system, see “Vehicle
For more details, see “Tyre pressures (where fitted)” information and settings (models with navigation
earlier in this section. system)” in the “4. Display screen, heater and air
conditioner, and audio system” section.
Temperature:
For models without navigation system, see “Audio
The temperature that displays in the vehicle informa- system (where fitted)” in the “4. Display screen,
tion display can be changed from: heater and air conditioner, and audio system” sec-
• °C (Celsius) tion.

• °F (Fahrenheit) Factory Reset


1 to toggle choices.
Use the <ENTER> j The settings in the vehicle information display can
be reset back to the factory default. To reset the
Language (where fitted) vehicle information display:
The language of the vehicle information display can 1. Select [Factory Reset] using the switch
be changed to: j1 and press the <ENTER> j 1.
• English 2. Select [Yes] to return all settings back to default
• French by pressing the <ENTER> j 1.

• German
• Italian
• Portuguese
• Dutch
• Spanish
• Turkish
• Russian
Use the 1 , and the <ENTER> j
j 1 switches to
select and change the language of the vehicle infor-
mation display. The language of the centre display/
navigation can be changed independently of the ve-
hicle information display.

Instruments and controls 2-21


VEHICLE INFORMATION DISPLAY WARNINGS AND INDICATORS

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2-22 Instruments and controls


1. Engine start operation indicator 4. No Key detected warning For more details, see “Battery replacement” in the
(Xtronic (CVT) Continuously Variable (where fitted) “8. Maintenance and do-it-yourself” section.
Transmission models) This warning appears when the door is closed with 7. Engine start operation for Intelligent
This indicator appears when the shift lever is in the the Intelligent Key left outside the vehicle and the Key system indicator (where fitted)
P (Park) position. ignition switch in the ON position. Make sure that
This indicator appears when the Intelligent Key bat-
the Intelligent Key is inside the vehicle.
This indicator means that the engine will start by tery is running out of power and when the Intelligent
pushing the ignition switch with the brake pedal de- For more details, see “Intelligent Key system (where Key system and vehicle are not communicating nor-
pressed. You can start the engine directly in any fitted)” in the “3. Pre-driving checks and mally.
position of the ignition switch. adjustments” section.
If this indicator appears, touch the ignition switch
2. Engine start operation indicator 5. Shift to Park warning (Xtronic (CVT) with the Intelligent Key while depressing the brake
Continuously Variable Transmission pedal.
(Manual Transmission (MT) models)
This indicator means that the engine will start by
models) For more details, see “Intelligent Key battery
discharge” in the “5. Starting and driving” section.
pushing the ignition switch with the clutch pedal This warning appears when the ignition switch is
depressed. You can start the engine directly in any pushed to stop the engine with the shift lever in any 8. Key ID incorrect warning
position of the ignition switch. position except the P (Park) position. (where fitted)
You can also start the engine by pushing the ignition If this warning appears, move the shift lever to the P This warning appears when the ignition switch is
switch with the brake pedal depressed when the (Park) position or place the ignition switch in the ON placed from the LOCK position and the Intelligent
shift lever is in the N (Neutral) position. position. Key cannot be recognised by the system. You can-
3. Steering lock release malfunction An inside warning chime will also sound. not start the engine with an unregistered key. Use
the registered Intelligent Key.
indicator For more details, see “Intelligent Key system (where
fitted)” in the “3. Pre-driving checks and For more details, see “Intelligent Key system (where
This indicator appears when the steering lock can-
adjustments” section. fitted)” in the “3. Pre-driving checks and
not be released.
adjustments” section.
If this indicator appears, push or turn the ignition 6. Key battery low warning (where fitted)
switch while lightly turning the steering wheel right 9. Release parking brake warning
This indicator appears when the Intelligent Key bat-
and left. tery is running out of power. This warning appears when the vehicle speed is
For more details, see “Steering lock” in the “5. Start- above 4 km/h (2 MPH) and the parking brake is
If this indicator appears, replace the battery with a applied. Stop the vehicle and release the parking
ing and driving” section. new one. brake.

Instruments and controls 2-23


10. Low fuel level warning 13. Key System Fault warning 15. Tyre pressure system fault warning
This warning appears when the fuel level in the fuel (where fitted) (where fitted)
tank is getting low. Refuel as soon as it is conve- This warning appears if there is a malfunction in the This warning illuminates when there is a problem
nient, preferably before the fuel gauge reaches 0 Intelligent Key system. with the Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS).
(Empty). There will be a small reserve of fuel in the
tank when the fuel gauge needle reaches 0 (Empty). If this warning appears while the engine is stopped, If this warning comes on, have the system checked
the engine cannot be started. If this warning ap- by a NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop.
11. Door/back door open warning pears while the engine is running, the vehicle can be
For more details, see “Low tyre pressure warning
driven. However, contact a NISSAN dealer or quali-
This warning appears if any of the doors and/or the light (where fitted)” earlier in this section, “Tyre Pres-
fied workshop for repair as soon as possible.
back door are open or not closed securely. The sure Monitoring System (TPMS) (where fitted)” in
vehicle icon indicates which door or the back door 14. Low tyre pressure warning the “6. In case of emergency” section, “Tyre Pres-
is open on the display. (where fitted) sure Monitoring System (TPMS) (where fitted)” in
the “5. Starting and driving” section and “Tyre Pres-
12. Second row seat belt warning This warning ([Low tyre pressure] and a vehicle icon sure Monitoring System (TPMS) (where fitted)” in
(where fitted) - where fitted) appears when the low tyre pressure the “8. Maintenance and do-it-yourself” section.
warning light in the meter illuminates and low tyre
This second row seat belt warning appears after the
pressure is detected. The warning appears each 16. Low oil pressure Stop vehicle
ignition switch is placed in the ON position. If any of
the second row seat passenger seat belts is not fas-
time the ignition switch is placed in the ON position warning (where fitted)
as long as the low tyre pressure warning light re-
tened, a chime will sound and the seat icon illumi- This warning appears if low engine oil pressure is
mains illuminated. If this warning appears, stop the
nates in red to show which seat belt is not fastened. detected. If the warning appears during normal driv-
vehicle and adjust the pressure to the recommended
The seat icon illuminates in red until the correspond- ing, pull off the road in a safe area, stop the engine
COLD tyre pressure shown on the tyre placard.
ing second row seat passenger’s seat belt is fas- immediately and call a NISSAN dealer or qualified
tened. The warning will automatically turn off after For more details, see “ Low tyre pressure warning workshop.
approximately 35 seconds. light (where fitted)” earlier in this section, “Tyre Pres-
The low oil pressure warning is not designed to indi-
sure Monitoring System (TPMS) (where fitted)” in
For more details and precautions on seat belt us- cate a low oil level. Use the dipstick to check the oil
the “6. In case of emergency” section, “Tyre Pres-
age, see “Seat belts” in the “1. Safety — seats, seat level.
sure Monitoring System (TPMS) (where fitted)” in
belts and supplemental restraint system” section.
the “5. Starting and driving” section and “Tyre Pres- For more details, see “Engine oil” in the “8. Mainte-
sure Monitoring System (TPMS) (where fitted)” in nance and do-it-yourself” section.
the “8. Maintenance and do-it-yourself” section.

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CAUTION 19. 4WD system fault warning 22. Battery Voltage Low Charge Battery
Running the engine with the engine oil pressure (where fitted) warning
warning displayed could cause serious damage This warning appears when the four-wheel drive This warning appears when the battery voltage is
to the engine. (4WD) system is not functioning properly while the low and the battery needs to be charged.
17. Oil Level Low indicator (for diesel engine is running. Reduce vehicle speed and have
your vehicle checked by a NISSAN dealer or quali- 23. Shipping Mode On Push Storage
engine model) Fuse warning
fied workshop.
If the low level indicator is displayed, the engine oil This warning may appear if the extended storage
For more details, see “4WD warning” in the
level is low. If the low level reminder is displayed, fuse switch is not pushed in (switched on). When
“5. Starting and driving” section.
check the level using the engine oil dipstick. this warning appears, push in (switch on) the ex-
For more details, see “Oil control system (for diesel 20. 4WD High Temp. Stop vehicle tended storage fuse switch to turn off the warning.
engine model)” later in this section. warning (where fitted) For more details, see “Extended storage fuse
CAUTION This warning may appear while trying to free a stuck switch” in the “8. Maintenance and do-it-yourself”
vehicle due to increased oil temperature. The driv- section.
The oil level should be checked regularly using ing mode may change to Two-Wheel Drive (2WD).
the engine oil dipstick. Operating with an insuffi- If this warning is displayed, stop the vehicle with the 24. Headlight system fault warning
cient amount of oil can damage the engine and engine idling, as soon as it is safe to do so. Then if (where fitted)
such damage is not covered by the warranty. the warning turns off, you can continue driving. This warning appears if the LED headlights are mal-
18. Oil level sensor warning (for diesel For more details, see “4WD warning” in the functioning. Have the system checked by a NISSAN
engine model) “5. Starting and driving” section. dealer or qualified workshop.
If the oil sensor warning is displayed, the engine oil 21. Tyre size incorrect warning 25. Power will turn off to save the
level sensor may be malfunctioning. Contact a (where fitted) battery warning
NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop immediately.
This warning may appear if there is a large differ- This warning appears after a period of time if the
For more details, see “Oil control system (for diesel ence between the diameters of the front and rear shift lever has not moved from the P (Park) position
engine model)” later in this section. wheels and tyres. Pull off the road in a safe area, while the ignition is in the ON position for a certain
with the engine idling. Check that all the tyre sizes period of time.
are the same, that the tyre pressure is correct and 26. Power turned off to save the battery
that the tyres are not excessively worn.
warning
For more details, see “4WD warning” in the
This warning appears after the ignition switch is au-
“5. Starting and driving” section.
tomatically turned OFF to save the battery.

Instruments and controls 2-25


27. Turn off headlights warning 32. Chassis control system fault warning 36. ECO mode system indicator
This warning appears when the driver side door is This warning appears if the chassis control module (where fitted)
opened with the headlight switch is left ON and the detects an error in the chassis control system. Have The ECO mode indicator appears when the ECO
ignition switch is placed in the “OFF” or LOCK the system checked by a NISSAN dealer or quali- mode system is turned on.
position. Place the headlight switch in “OFF” or fied workshop.
“AUTO” (where fitted) position. For more details, see “ECO mode system (where
For more details, see “Chassis control” in the fitted)” in the “5. Starting and driving” section.
For more details, see “Headlight and turn signal “5. Starting and driving” section.
switch” later in this section. 37. System fault warning (where fitted)
33. Speed limiter indicator (where fitted)
28. Press brake pedal warning This warning appears when the Blind Spot Warn-
This indicator shows the speed limiter system sta- ing/Lane Departure Warning systems are not func-
This indicator appears in the following situations: tus. The status is shown by the colour. tioning properly.
• The driver tries to release the electronic parking For more details, see “Speed limiter (where fitted)” For more details, see “Blind Spot Warning (BSW)
brake manually without depressing the brake in the “5. Starting and driving” section. system (where fitted) ” in the “5. Starting and driving”
pedal. section and “Lane Departure Warning (LDW) sys-
34. Cruise indicator (where fitted)
tem (where fitted)” in the “5. Starting and driving”
• The vehicle is stopped on a steep hill and there
This indicator shows the cruise control system sta- section.
is a possibility of moving backward, even if the
electronic parking brake is applied. tus. The status is shown by the colour.
38. System fault warning (where fitted)
For more details, see “Cruise control (where fitted)”
29-30. Time for a driver break? indicator in the “5. Starting and driving” section. This warning appears when the Lane Departure
This indicator appears when the set [Time for a driver Warning system is not functioning properly.
break?] indicator activates. You can set the time for 35. CVT position indicator (Xtronic
For more details, see “Lane Departure Warning
up to 6 hours. (CVT) Continuously Variable (LDW) system (where fitted)” in the “5. Starting and
Transmission models) driving” section.
31. Low outside temperature warning
(where fitted) This indicator shows the automatic shift position. 39. System fault warning (where fitted)
This warning appears if the outside temperature is In the manual shift mode, when the transmission This warning appears when the Blind Spot Warning
below 3°C (37°F). The warning can be set not to be does not shift to the selected gear due to a trans- system is not functioning properly.
displayed. mission protection mode, the Xtronic CVT position
indicator will blink and a chime will sound. For more details, see “Blind Spot Warning (BSW)
system (where fitted) ” in the “5. Starting and driving”
For more details, see “Driving with Xtronic Continu- section.
ously Variable Transmission (CVT)” in the “5. Start-
ing and driving” section.

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40. Not available Clean Rear Camera 44. Stop/Start System indicator emergency braking system warning light (orange)
warning (where fitted) (where fitted) will illuminate and the [Not Available Front Radar
Obstructed] warning message will appear in the ve-
This warning appears if dirt, rain or snow accumu- This indicator shows the Stop/Start System status. hicle information display. If the [Not Available Front
lates on the rear camera and cannot be removed by Radar Obstructed] warning message appears, park
For more details, see “Stop/Start System (where
the automatic washer and blower. the vehicle in a safe location and turn the engine off.
fitted)” in the “5. Starting and driving” section.
For more details, see “Blind Spot Warning (BSW) Check to see if the sensor area of the front bumper
system (where fitted) ” in the “5. Starting and driving” 45. System fault warning (where fitted)
is blocked. If the sensor area of the front bumper is
section and “Lane Departure Warning (LDW) sys- This warning appears when the Driver Attention Alert blocked, remove the blocking material. Restart the
tem (where fitted)” in the “5. Starting and driving” system malfunctions. engine. If the warning light continues to illuminate,
section. have the forward emergency braking system
For more details, see “Driver Attention Alert (where
41. Not available Clean Rear Camera fitted)” later in this section. checked by a NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop.
warning (where fitted) 46. System fault warning (where fitted) 49. Not available High cabin
This warning appears if dirt, rain or snow accumu- temperature warning (where fitted)
This warning appears when the Traffic Sign Recog-
lates on the rear camera and cannot be removed by nition system malfunctions. This warning appears if the interior temperature of
the automatic washer and blower. the vehicle has reached such a high temperature
For more details, see “Traffic Sign Recognition that the sensor for the Traffic Sign Recognition and
For more details, see “Blind Spot Warning (BSW) (TSR) (where fitted)” later in this section.
system (where fitted) ” in the “5. Starting and driving” Lane Departure warning systems can no longer
section. 47. System fault warning (where fitted) function reliably. Once the interior temperature has
reached normal levels, the warning should disap-
42. CVT System Fault warning (Xtronic This warning appears when the forward emergency pear.
(CVT) Continuously Variable braking system malfunctions.
If the warning continues to display, have the system
Transmission models) For more details, see “Forward emergency braking checked by a NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop.
system (where fitted)” in the “5. Starting and driving”
This warning appears when there is a malfunction
section. 50. Parking Sensor System Fault
with the Xtronic CVT system. If this warning comes
on, have the system checked by a NISSAN dealer 48. Not Available Front radar obstructed warning (where fitted)
or qualified workshop. warning (where fitted) This warning illuminates when there is a problem
with the parking sensor system. If this warning
43. Navigation indicator (where fitted) If the sensor area of the front bumper is covered comes on, have the system checked by a NISSAN
This indicator appears when a corner point is com- with dirt or obstructed, making it impossible to de- dealer or qualified workshop.
ing. tect a vehicle ahead, the forward emergency brak-
ing system is automatically turned off. The forward

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OIL CONTROL SYSTEM (for diesel 1. Distance to oil change 4. Oil level sensor warning
engine model) The distance to oil change is displayed if the dis- If the oil sensor warning is displayed, the engine oil
tance to oil change is less than 1,500 km (930 miles). level sensor may be malfunctioning. Contact a
NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop immediately.
2. Oil replacement indicator
When the set mileage approaches, the engine oil
replacement indicator will appear on the display.
After the oil is changed, reset the distance to oil
change. The oil replacement indicator will not be
reset automatically. To reset this indicator, see
“Settings” earlier in this section.
The distance to oil change interval cannot be ad-
justed manually. The distance to oil change interval
is set automatically.
CAUTION
If the oil replacement indicator is displayed,
change the engine oil as soon as possible. Oper-
ating your vehicle with deteriorated oil can dam-
age the engine.
3. Low level reminder
If the low level indicator is displayed, the engine oil
level is low. If the low level reminder is displayed,
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check the level using the engine oil dipstick.
For more details, see “Engine oil” in the “8. Mainte-
When the ignition switch is in the ON position, en- nance and do-it-yourself” section.
gine oil information is displayed. CAUTION
Engine oil information informs the distance to oil The oil level should be checked regularly using
change, oil level indication and malfunction of oil the engine oil dipstick. Operating with an insuffi-
level sensor. cient amount of oil can damage the engine and
such damage is not covered by the warranty.

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TRIP COMPUTER

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1-2. Driving aids (where fitted) 4. Elapsed time and trip odometer (km • When driving uphill or rounding curves, the fuel
or mile) in the tank shifts, which may momentarily change
The driving aids mode shows the operating condi- the display.
tion for the following systems. Elapsed time:
6-7. Fuel economy (l (litre)/100 km,
• Lane Departure Warning (LDW) The elapsed time mode shows the time since the
km/l(litre) or MPG)
last reset. The displayed time can be reset by push-
• Blind Spot Warning (BSW)
ing the <ENTER> j 1 switch for longer than 1 sec- Current fuel consumption:
• Forward Emergency Braking (where fitted) ond. (The trip odometer is also reset at the same
The current fuel consumption mode shows the cur-
time.)
For more details, see “Blind Spot Warning (BSW) rent fuel consumption.
system (where fitted)” in the “5. Starting and driving” Trip odometer:
Average fuel consumption:
section, “Lane Departure Warning (LDW) system The trip odometer mode shows the total distance
(where fitted)” in the “5. Starting and driving” sec- The average fuel consumption mode shows the av-
the vehicle has been driven since the last reset.
tion and “Forward emergency braking system erage fuel consumption since the last reset. Reset-
Resetting is done by pushing the <ENTER> j 1
(where fitted)” in the “5. Starting and driving” sec- ting is done by pushing the <ENTER> j 1 switch for
switch for longer than 1 second. (The elapsed time
tion. longer than 1 second.
is also reset at the same time.)
3. Speed and Average speed (km/h or The display is updated every 30 seconds. For about
5. Distance to empty (dte — km or mile) the first 500 m (1/3 mile) after a reset, the display
MPH) shows “——”.
The distance to empty (dte) mode provides you with
The (digital) speed shows the current speed at an estimation of the distance that can be driven
which the vehicle is travelling. 8. Audio (where fitted)
before refuelling. The dte is constantly being calcu-
The average speed mode shows the average ve- lated, based on the amount of fuel in the fuel tank The audio mode shows the status of audio informa-
hicle speed since the last reset. Resetting is done and the actual fuel consumption. tion.
by pushing the <ENTER> j 1 switch for longer than The display is updated every 30 seconds. 9. Navigation (where fitted)
1 second.
The dte mode includes a low range warning feature. When the route guidance is set in the navigation
The display is updated every 30 seconds. The first If the fuel level is low, the warning is displayed on system, this item shows the navigation route infor-
30 seconds after a reset, the display shows “—--”. the screen. mation.
When the fuel level drops even lower, the dte dis- 10. Compass (where fitted)
play will change to “——”.
This display indicates the heading direction of the
• If the amount of fuel added is small, the display vehicle.
just before the ignition switch is placed in the
“OFF” position may continue to be displayed.

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11. “4x4-i” display (where fitted) 14. Driver Attention Alert system NOTE
When the [4x4-i] display is selected, you can view (where fitted) The Total CO2 or fuel saving and engine stop
the distribution ratio of the transmission torque to When the [Driver Attention] alert display is selected, time values cannot be reset and show accumu-
the front and rear wheels during driving. you can view your attention level as detected by the lated Stop/Start System information since the
system. vehicle was built.
12. Chassis control
For more details, see “Driver Attention Alert (where 16. Traffic Sign Recognition
When Active Trace Control, Active Engine Brake or
Active Ride Control system is operated, it shows
fitted)” later in this section. (where fitted)
the operating condition. It also shows operating con- 15. Stop/Start System (where fitted) The Traffic Sign Recognition (TSR) system provides
dition of Hill Start Assist or the Hill Descent Control. the driver with information about the most recently
The Stop/Start System mode shows the CO2 or detected speed limit.
For more details, see “Active Trace Control” in the fuel savings and the engine stop time.
“5. Starting and driving” section, “Active Engine For more details, see “Traffic Sign Recognition
Brake (Xtronic Continuously Variable Transmission For more details, see “Stop/Start System (where (TSR) (where fitted)” later in this section.
(CVT) model)” in the “5. Starting and driving” sec- fitted)” in the “5. Starting and driving” section.
tion, “Active Ride Control” in the “5. Starting and Trip CO2 or fuel saving and engine stop time:
CLOCK AND OUTSIDE AIR
driving” section, “Hill Start Assist system” in the TEMPERATURE
The trip CO2 or fuel saving and engine stop time
“5. Starting and driving” section and “Hill descent
mode shows amount of CO2 or fuel saved and the
control system (where fitted)” in the “5. Starting and
engine stop time since the last reset.
driving” section.
The CO2 or fuel saving and engine stop time can be
13. Tyre Pressures (where fitted) reset by pushing the <ENTER> switch j 1 in the
The tyre pressure mode shows the pressure of all Stop/Start menu.
four tyres while the vehicle is driven. For more details, see “Display Settings” earlier in
When the Low Tyre Pressure warning appears, the this section.
display can be switched to the tyre pressure mode Total CO2 or fuel saving and engine stop time:
by pushing the <ENTER> button j 1 to reveal addi- JVI0932XZ

tional details on the displayed warning. The total CO2 or fuel saving and engine stop time
mode shows:
The clock j 1 and outside air temperature j 2 are
• The estimated CO2 exhaust emissions displayed on the upper side of the vehicle informa-
prevented. tion display.
• The time that the engine has been stopped for by
the Stop/Start System.

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Clock It does this by monitoring driving style, and steering Attention level indicator:
behaviour, and it notes deviations from the normal
For clock adjustment, see “Clock” earlier in this pattern. If the system detects that driver attention is
section, “Vehicle information and settings (models decreasing, the system uses an audible and visual
with navigation system)” in the “4. Display screen, warning to suggest that the driver take a break.
heater and air conditioner, and audio system” sec-
tion and “ SETUP button” in the “4. Display screen,
WARNING
heater and air conditioner, and audio system” sec-
tion. This system is not designed to assist driving im-
paired due to fatigue, or other causes. Be atten-
Outside air temperature (°C or °F) tive at all times, and avoid driving when tired.
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in the range of −40 to 60°C (−40 to 140°F). of the vehicle, resulting in a serious accident.
The outside air temperature mode includes a low System operation When the [Driver Attention] display is selected, you
temperature warning feature. If the outside air tem- can view your attention level as detected by the sys-
perature is below 3°C (37°F), the warning j3 is dis- tem.
played on the screen (where fitted). For more details, see “Settings” earlier in this sec-
The outside temperature sensor is located in front of tion.
the radiator. The sensor may be affected by road or
NOTE
engine heat, wind directions and other driving con-
ditions. The display may differ from the actual out- • The attention level indicator consists of eight
side temperature or the temperature displayed on levels.
various signs or billboards.
• When stopping the engine, the system is re-
DRIVER ATTENTION ALERT JVI0991XZ set.
(where fitted) Turning the Driver Attention Alert system
If the system detects that driver attention is decreas-
The [Driver Attention] option can be used to activate on and off
ing, the message [Time for a driver break?] appears
or deactivate the Driver Attention Support feature. To activate or deactivate this function, see “Settings”
in the vehicle information display and a buzzer
This system is able to detect whether the driver is earlier in this section.
sounds when the vehicle is driven at speeds above
displaying a lack of attention, or is distracted.
60 km/h (37 MPH).
NOTE
The setting will be retained even if the engine is
restarted.

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System Malfunction displayed is based on a combination of navigation
system data and live camera recognition. TSR infor-
If the Driver Attention Alert system malfunctions, the mation is always displayed at the top of the vehicle
system warning message will appear in the vehicle information display, and optionally in the main cen-
information display and the function will be stopped tral area of the display screen.
automatically.
Action to take: WARNING
Stop the vehicle in a safe location, and then turn off The TSR system is only intended to be a support
and restart the engine. If the system warning mes- device to provide the driver with information. It is
sage continues to appear, have the system checked not a replacement for the driver’s attention to
by a NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop. traffic conditions or responsibility to drive safely.
TRAFFIC SIGN RECOGNITION (TSR) It cannot prevent accidents due to carelessness.
It is the driver’s responsibility to stay alert and
(where fitted) drive safely at all times.
System operation
The traffic recognition system displays the following
types of road sign:

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A
j Latest detected speed limit.
The Traffic Sign Recognition (TSR) system provides
the driver with information about the most recently B
j National speed limit
detected speed limit. The system captures the road JVI1004XZ C
j No speed limit information.
sign information with the multi-sensing front camera
unit j1 located on the windscreen in front of the D
j No-overtaking zone.
inside rearview mirror and displays the detected E
j End of no-overtaking zone.
signs in the vehicle information display. For vehicles
equipped with navigation system, the speed limit

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F Conditional speed limit, with the following
j – In areas not covered by the navigation sys- System Malfunction
available conditions: tem.
If the TSR system malfunctions it will be turned off
G
j Snow – If there are deviations in relation to the automatically and the system [Malfunction]/[System
navigation, for example due to changes in fault] warning message will appear in the vehicle
H
j Slip (rain 1)
the road routing. information display.
I
j Rain (rain 2)
– When overtaking buses or trucks with Action to take:
J
j Towing speed stickers.
If the TSR [Malfunction]/[System fault] message ap-
K
j Generic Turning the TSR system on and off pears, pull off the road at a safe location and stop
the vehicle. Turn the engine off and restart the en-
CAUTION Turning the TSR system on or off is done using the gine. If the TSR [Malfunction]/[System fault] mes-
[Settings] menu in the vehicle information display.
• The Traffic Sign Recognition (TSR) system is
For details, see “Vehicle information display” earlier
sage continues to appear, have the system checked
intended as an aid to careful driving. It is the by a NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop.
driver’s responsibility to stay alert, drive in this section.
safely, and observe all road regulations that Perform the following steps to enable or disable the
Maintenance
currently apply, including looking out for road TSR system: The TSR uses the same multi-sensing front camera
signs. unit that is used by the Lane Departure Warning
1. In the [Settings] menu, select the [Driver Assis-
(LDW) system, located in front of the inside rearview
• The Traffic Sign Recognition (TSR) system tance] key.
mirror. For maintenance of the camera, see “Cam-
may not function properly under the following
conditions: 2. Touch [Traffic Sign] to turn the system ON/OFF. era unit maintenance” in the “5. Starting and driving”
section.
– When rain, snow or dirt adheres to the System temporarily unavailable
windscreen in front of the TSR camera unit. If the vehicle is parked in direct sunlight under high
– When the headlights are not bright due to temperature conditions (over approximately 40°C
dirt on the lens or if the aiming is not ad- (104°F) and then started, the TSR system may be
justed properly. deactivated automatically. The [Not available High
cabin temperature] warning message will appear in
– When strong light enters the camera unit. the vehicle information display.
(For example, the light directly shines on
the front of the vehicle at sunrise or sun- Action to take:
set.) When the interior temperature is reduced, the TSR
– When a sudden change in brightness oc- system will resume operating automatically.
curs. (For example, when the vehicle en-
ters or exits a tunnel or under a bridge.)

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HEADLIGHT AND TURN SIGNAL
SWITCH

HEADLIGHT SWITCH m position The sensor senses the brightness level and con-
trols the autolight function. If the sensor is cov-
The position turns on the headlights in addition ered, it reacts as if it is dark, and the headlights
to the other lights. will illuminate.

AUTO position (where fitted) Headlight beam


When the ignition switch is in the ON position and
the headlight switch is in the AUTO position, the
headlights, front clearance lights, instrument panel
lights, rear combination lights and other lights turn
on automatically depending on the brightness of the
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surroundings.
Type A
The headlights will turn on automatically at twilight
or in rainy weather (when the windscreen wiper is
operated continuously).
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When the ignition switch is placed in the LOCK or Type A
OFF position, the lights will turn off automatically.

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Type B

NISSAN recommends that you consult the local


regulations concerning the use of lights.
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m position JVI0510XZ
Type B

The position turns on the front clearance, tail, To turn on the high beam, push the lever towards
CAUTION
number plate and instrument panel lights. the front position j
1.
Do not place any objects on top of the sensor j
A.
To turn off the high beam, return the lever to the
neutral position j
2.

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To flash the headlights, pull the lever towards the – When a light source similar to a headlight – When only one light on the oncoming ve-
rearmost position j
3 . The headlights can be flashed or tail light is in the vicinity of the vehicle. hicle or the leading vehicle is illuminated.
even when the headlights are not on.
– When the headlights of the oncoming ve- – When the oncoming vehicle or the leading
Where fitted, when the lever is pulled towards the hicle or the leading vehicle are turned off, vehicle is a two-wheeled vehicle.
rearmost position j 3 after the ignition switch is when the colour of the light is affected due
– Road conditions (incline, curve, the road
placed to the OFF or LOCK position, the headlight to foreign materials on the lights, or when
surface, etc.).
will turn on and stay on for 30 seconds. The lever the light beam is out of position.
can be pulled 4 times for up to 2 minutes. – The number of passengers and the amount
– When there is a sudden, continuous
of luggage.
High beam assist (where fitted) change in brightness.
The high beam assist system will operate when the – When driving on a road that passes over
vehicle is driven at speeds of approximately 40 km/h rolling hills, or a road that has level differ-
(25 MPH) and above. If an oncoming vehicle or ences.
leading vehicle appears in front of your vehicle when – When driving on a road with many curves.
the headlight high beam is on, the headlight will be
switched to the low beam automatically. – When a sign or mirror-like surface is re-
flecting intense light towards the front of
Precautions on high beam assist: the vehicle.
WARNING – When the container, etc. being towed by a
leading vehicle is reflecting intense light.
• The high beam assist system is a convenience
but it is not a substitute for safe driving opera- – When a headlight on your vehicle is dam-
tion. The driver should remain alert at all aged or dirty.
times, ensure safe driving practices and – When the vehicle is leaning at an angle
switch the high beam and low beam manually due to a punctured tyre, being towed, etc.
when necessary.
• The high beam or low beam may not switch
• The timing of switching the low beam and high
beam may change under the following situa-
automatically under the following conditions. tions.
Switch the high beam and low beam manu-
ally. – The brightness of the headlights of the on-
coming vehicle or leading vehicle.
– During bad weather (rain, fog, snow, wind,
etc.). – The movement and direction of the oncom-
ing vehicle and the leading vehicle.

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High beam assist operations: the system is not functioning properly. Have the sys- • Do not strike or damage the areas around the
tem checked by a NISSAN dealer or qualified work- ambient image sensor. Do not touch the sensor
shop. lens that is located on the ambient image sensor.
When the vehicle speed lowers to less than approxi- If the ambient image sensor is damaged due to an
mately 25 km/h (16 MPH), the headlight remains the accident, contact a NISSAN dealer or qualified
low beam. workshop.
To turn off the high beam assist system, turn the Daytime running light system
headlight switch to the position or select the
low beam position by placing the lever in the neutral Even if the headlight switch is C position, the day-
position. time running lights will come on after starting the
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Type A Ambient image sensor maintenance:
When the light switch is turned to the position,
the daytime running light will turn off.
HEADLIGHT AIMING CONTROL

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Type B
The ambient image sensor j 1 for the high beam
To activate the high beam assist system, turn the assist system is located in front of the inside rearview JVI0477XZ
headlight switch to the AUTO position j 1 and push mirror. To keep the proper operation of the high
the lever forward j2 (high beam position). The high beam assist system and prevent a system malfunc-
beam assist indicator light in the meter will illuminate tion, be sure to observe the following:
Manual type
while the headlights are turned on. The headlight aiming control operates when the ig-
If the high beam assist indicator light does not illu-
• Always keep the windscreen clean.
nition switch is in the ON position and the headlight
minate in the above condition, it may indicate that • Do not attach a sticker (including transparent is on to allow the headlight axis to be adjusted ac-
material) or install an accessory near the ambient cording to the driving condition.
image sensor.

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When driving with no heavy load/luggage or driving
on a flat road, select the normal position 0.
If the number of occupants and load/luggage in the
vehicle changes, the headlight axis may become
higher than normal.
If the vehicle is travelling on a hilly road, the head-
lights may directly shine on the rearview and outside
mirrors of a vehicle ahead or the windscreen of an
oncoming vehicle, which may obscure other drivers’
vision.
To adjust to the proper aiming height, turn the switch
accordingly. The higher the number, designated on
the switch, the lower the headlight axis.

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Select the switch position by referring to the following samples.

Second row seats (two row model):

Number of Number of
Switch
front seat rear seat Weight of load in luggage compartment (APPROX. kg (lb))
position
occupants occupants
2WD 4WD
MR16 MR20 QR25 R9M MR20 QR25 R9M
MT MT M-CVT CVT M-CVT CVT MT M-CVT M-CVT CVT M-CVT CVT MT
No
0 1 or 2
occupants No load
1 2 3
178
169 kg 102 kg 111 kg 65 kg 120 kg 64 kg 170 kg 117 kg 75 kg 152 kg 123 kg 252 kg
kg
2 2 3 (373 (225 (245 (143 (265 (141 (375 (258 (165 (335 (271 (556
(392
lb) lb) lb) lb) lb) lb) lb) lb) lb) lb) lb) lb)
lb)
371
363 kg 305 kg 318 kg 251 kg 318 kg 266 kg 365 kg 322 kg 269 kg 359 kg 332 kg 436 kg
No kg
3 1 (800 (673 (701 (553 (701 (587 (805 (710 (593 (792 (732 (961
occupants (818
lb) lb) lb) lb) lb) lb) lb) lb) lb) lb) lb) lb)
lb)

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Third row seats (three row model):

Number of Number of
Number of
Switch second third row
front seat Weight of load in luggage compartment (APPROX. kg ( lb ))
position row seat seat
occupants
occupants occupants
2WD 4WD
MR16 MR20 QR25 R9M QR25 R9M
MT MT M-CVT CVT M-CVT CVT MT M-CVT M-CVT MT
No No
0 1 or 2
occupants occupants
No No load
1 2 occupants 2
or 3
105 kg 95 kg 62 kg 61 kg 134 kg 57 kg 137 kg 142 kg 30 kg 141 kg
2 2 3 2
(232 lb) (209 lb) (137 lb) (135 lb) (295 lb) (126 lb) (302 lb) (313 lb) (66 lb) (311 lb)
475 kg 472 kg 509 kg 524 kg 515 kg 474 kg 525 kg
No No 438 kg 428 kg 420 kg
3 1 (1047 (1041 (1122 (1155 (1136 (1045 (1158
occupants occupants (966 lb) (944 lb) (926 lb)
lb) lb) lb) lb) lb) lb) lb)

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Automatic type • Pull the windscreen washer switch toward you. TURN SIGNAL SWITCH
The headlights are equipped with the automatic lev- – The headlight cleaner operates with the wind-
elling system. Headlight axis is controlled automati- screen washer operation. This operation acti-
cally. vates once each time either the ignition switch
or the headlight switch is turned off and on.
BATTERY SAVER SYSTEM
– After the first operation, the headlight cleaner
The light reminder chime will sound if the headlight operates once at every fifth operation of the
switch is in either the or position and windscreen washer.
when the driver’s door is opened with the ignition
switch in the OFF or LOCK position. See “Wiper and washer switch” later in this section.

If the ignition switch is placed in OFF or LOCK CAUTION JVI0857XZ


Type A
position while the headlight switch is in the or
position, the battery saver function will turn off
• Do not operate the washer if the window
washer fluid reservoir is empty.
the lights after opening the driver’s side door.
HEADLIGHT CLEANER (where fitted)

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Type B

CAUTION
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The turn signal switch will not be cancelled auto-
Headlight cleaner switch (where fitted)
matically if the steering wheel turning angle does
The headlight cleaner operates when the headlight not exceed the preset amount. After the turn or
is on and the ignition switch is in the ON position. lane change, make sure that the turn signal
switch is returned to its original position.
To operate the headlight cleaner:
• Push the headlight cleaner switch (where fitted)

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FOG LIGHT SWITCH

Turn signal FRONT FOG LIGHTS (where fitted) REAR FOG LIGHT
To turn on the turn signals, move the lever up j1 or The rear fog light should be used only when visibility
down j 2 to the point where the lever latches. When is seriously reduced (generally, to less than 100 m
the turn is completed, the turn signal cancels auto- (328 ft)).
matically.
To turn on the rear fog light, turn the headlight switch
Lane change signal to the or AUTO (where fitted) position, then
turn the fog light switch to the position. The
To turn on the lane change signals, move the lever rear fog light and indicator light on the meter
up j1 or down j 2 to the point where the light be- illuminate. The fog light switch will return to the
gins to flash.
position automatically.
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If the lever is moved back right after moving up j
1
Type A If the front fog lights (where fitted) are already turned
or down j 2 , the light will flash 3 times. on with the headlight switch in the position,
To cancel the flashing, move the lever to the oppo- you can turn on the rear fog light without first turn-
site direction. ing the headlight switch to the or AUTO (where
fitted) position.
To turn the rear fog light off, turn the fog light switch
to the position again.

JVI0954XZ
Type B

To turn on the front fog lights, turn the headlight


switch to the or or AUTO (where fitted)
position, then turn the fog light switch to the
position. The front fog lights and indicator light
on the meter illuminate. The fog light switch will
return to the position automatically.
To turn the front fog lights off, turn the fog light
switch to the position again.

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WIPER AND WASHER SWITCH

WARNING
In freezing temperatures, the washer fluid may
freeze on the windscreen and obscure your vi-
sion. Warm the windscreen with the defogger be-
fore you wash the windscreen.
CAUTION
• Do not operate the washer continuously for
longer than 30 seconds.
JVI0865XZ JVI0863XZ
• Do not operate the washer if the window Type B Type D
washer reservoir is empty.
The windscreen wiper and washer operate when
WINDSCREEN WIPER AND WASHER the ignition switch is in the ON position.
SWITCH Wiper operation
The lever position <AUTO> (Type A/Type C) j 1
operates the rain-sensing auto wiper system (where
fitted) (see “Rain-sensing auto wiper system (where
fitted)” later in this section).
The lever position (INT) j 1 (Type B/Type D)
JVI1214XZ operates the wiper intermittently.
Type C
• The intermittent operation can be adjusted by
turning the adjustment control knob, (longer) j
A
JVI1213XZ or (shorter) j
B.
Type A
• The speed of the intermittent operation varies
depending on the vehicle speed. (where fitted).
The lever position j
2 operates the wiper at low
speed.
The lever position j
3 operates the wiper at high
speed.

Instruments and controls 2-43


To stop the wiper operation, move the lever up to prevent an accident or damage when pulling RAIN-SENSING AUTO WIPER
the OFF position. up the wiper arm, be sure to observe the fol- SYSTEM (where fitted)
lowing precautions.
The lever position j
4 operates the wiper one sweep.
The lever automatically returns to its original posi- – Make sure the shift lever is in the P (Park)
tion. position (Xtronic CVT (Continuously Vari-
able Transmission) models).
If the windscreen wiper operation is interrupted
by snow or ice, the wiper may stop moving to – Make sure the shift lever is in the N (Neu-
protect its motor. If this occurs, turn the wiper tral) position, with the parking brake fully
switch to the OFF position and remove the snow applied (MT (Manual Transmission) mod-
or ice on and around the wiper arms. In approxi- els).
mately 1 minute, turn the switch on again to op-
– Never allow the passengers to operate the
erate the wiper. JVI0866XZ
windscreen wiper switch inadvertently.
Type A
Pulling up the wiper arm:
• Do not operate the windscreen wiper while
The wiper arm should be in the up position when the wiper arm is pulled up. The wiper arm may
replacing the wiper. be damaged.
To pull the wiper arm up to the service position, Washer operation
when the ignition switch is in the “OFF” position,
within 1 minute, push the lever j4 up twice (within To operate the washer, pull the lever toward the rear
0.5 seconds). The wiper operation stops in mid-op- of the vehicle j5 until the desired amount of washer
eration. fluid is spread on the windscreen.

To return the wiper arm to its normal position, place The headlight cleaner (where fitted) will also oper-
the wiper arm in the down position and then push ate with operation of the windscreen washer. See
JVI0997XZ
the lever j “Headlight cleaner (where fitted)” earlier in this sec-
4 up once. Type B
tion.
For more information on replacing the windscreen The rain-sensing auto wiper system can automati-
Wiper drip wipe system:
wiper blades, see “Wiper blades” in the “8. Mainte- cally turn on the wipers and adjust the wiper speed
nance and do-it-yourself” section. The wiper will also operate once about 3 seconds depending on the rainfall and the vehicle speed by
after the washer and wiper are operated. This op- using the rain sensor located on the upper part of
CAUTION eration is to wipe washer fluid that has dripped on the windscreen.
• This function can be operated even if the igni- the windscreen.
tion switch is in the ON position. However, to To activate or deactivate this function, see “Settings”
earlier in this section.

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To set the rain-sensing auto wiper system, push the • Using genuine wiper blades is recommended Wiper operation
lever down to the AUTO position j 1 . The wiper will for proper operation of the rain-sensing auto
sweep once while the ignition switch is in the ON wiper system. (See “Wiper blades” in the The switch position j
1 operates the wiper intermit-
position. “8. Maintenance and do-it-yourself” section tently.
for wiper blade replacement.) The switch position j
2 operates the wiper at low
The rain sensor sensitivity level can be adjusted by
speed.
turning the knob toward the front j 2 (High) or to- REAR WINDOW WIPER AND
ward the rear j3 (Low). WASHER SWITCH If the rear window wiper operation is interrupted
by snow or ice, the wiper may stop moving to
• High — High sensitive operation
protect its motor. If this occurs, turn the wiper
• Low — Low sensitive operation switch to the OFF position and remove the snow
To turn the rain-sensing auto wiper system off, push or ice on and around the wiper arms. In approxi-
up the lever to the OFF position, or pull down the mately 1 minute, turn the switch on again to op-
lever to the other. erate the wiper.

CAUTION Reverse synchronisation function:


When the windscreen wiper switch is on, moving
• Do not touch the rain sensor and around it
the shift lever to the R (Reverse) position will oper-
when the wiper switch is in the AUTO position
JVI0867XZ ate the rear window wiper.
and the ignition switch is in the ON position.
Type A
The wipers may operate unexpectedly and To activate or deactivate this function, see “Settings”
cause to an injury or a wiper damage. earlier in this section.
• When the windscreen glass is coated with wa- Washer operation
ter repellent, the speed of the rain-sensing
auto wipers may be higher even though the To operate the washer, push the lever toward the
amount of the rainfall is small. front of the vehicle j3 until the desired amount of
washer fluid is spread on the windscreen. The wiper
• Be sure to turn off the rain-sensing auto wiper will automatically operate several times.
system when you use a car wash.
• The rain-sensing auto wipers may not operate
if rain does not hit the rain sensor even if it is JVI0869XZ
raining. Type B

The rear window wiper and washer operates when


the ignition switch is in the ON position.

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DEFOGGER SWITCH

HEADLIGHT CLEANER SWITCH See “Window washer fluid” in the “8. Maintenance
(where fitted) and do-it-yourself” section for details on refilling the
reservoir tank.

NAA1546
Type A

SIC2255Z
Headlight cleaner switch (where fitted)

The headlight cleaner operates when the headlight


and turn signal switch is in the position and the
ignition switch is in the ON position.
To operate the headlight cleaner push the headlight
cleaner switch located on the driver’s side, lower
left side of the instrument panel.
CAUTION
JVI1009XZ

• Do not operate the cleaner continuously for Type B


more than 15 seconds. The defogger switch operates when the ignition
• Do not operate the cleaner if the washer fluid switch is in the ON position.
reservoir is empty or frozen. The defogger is used to reduce the moisture, fog or
NOTE frost on the rear window and outside door mirror
surface to improve the rear view.
• The headlight cleaner will automatically oper-
ate once every time the ignition switch is
placed in the ON position and the windscreen
washer switch is operated.

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HORN WINDOWS

When the defogger switch is pushed, the indicator POWER WINDOWS


light j
A illuminates and the rear window defogger
operates for approximately 15 minutes. After the WARNING
preset time has passed, the defogger will turn off
automatically. • Make sure that all passengers have their
hands, etc. inside the vehicle before operat-
To turn off manually, push the defogger switch again. ing the power windows.
CAUTION
• Never leave children or adults who would nor-
• When operating the defogger continuously, mally require the support of others alone in
be sure to start the engine. Otherwise, it may the vehicle. They could unknowingly activate
JVI0851XZ
cause the battery to discharge. switches or controls and inadvertently
become involved in an accident.
• When cleaning the inner side of the window, The horn switch operates regardless of the ignition
be careful not to scratch or damage the elec- switch position except when the battery is The power windows operate when the ignition
trical conductors on the surface of the win- discharged. switch is in the ON position.
dow. To open a window, push down the power window
When the horn switch is pushed and held, the horn
NOTE will sound. Releasing the horn switch will cease the switch.

When the rear defogger is turned on, the Stop/ horn sound. To close a window, pull up the power window
Start System (where fitted) will not be activated. switch.
Driver’s window switch

SIC4522Z

Instruments and controls 2-47


The driver’s switch, the main switch, can control all Automatic function Auto-reverse function:
windows.
Locking passenger’s windows: WARNING

When the lock button j


A is pushed in, the passen- There is a small distance just before the closed
ger’s windows cannot be operated. position which cannot be detected. Make sure
that all passengers have their hands, etc. inside
To cancel the passenger’s windows lock, push the the vehicle before closing the windows.
lock button j
A again.
The auto-reverse function enables a window to au-
Passenger’s window switch tomatically reverse when something is caught in the
window as it is closing by the automatic function.
SIC4524Z When the control unit detects an obstacle, the win-
dow will be lowered immediately.
The automatic function is available for the switch Depending on the environment or driving conditions,
that has an mark on its surface. the auto-reverse function may activate if an impact
The automatic function enables a window to fully or load similar to something being caught in the win-
open or close without holding the switch down or dow occurs.
up. If the window does not close
SIC4523Z
To fully open the window, push the power window automatically
switch down to the second detent and release the
If the power window automatic function (closing
switch. To fully close the window, pull the power
The passenger’s switch can control its correspond- only) does not operate properly, perform the follow-
window switch up to the second detent and release
ing window. ing procedure to initialise the power window sys-
the switch. The switch does not have to be held dur-
tem.
When the passenger’s windows lock button on the ing window operation.
driver’s switch is pushed in, the passenger’s switch 1. Place the ignition switch in the ON position.
To stop the window open/close operation during
cannot be operated. the automatic function, push down or pull up the 2. Close the door.
switch in opposite directions. 3. Open the window completely by operating the
power window switch.
4. Pull the power window switch and hold it to close
the window, and then hold the switch more than
3 seconds after the window is closed completely.

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SUNROOF (where fitted)

5. Release the power window switch. Operate the AUTOMATIC SUNROOF AND
window by the automatic function to confirm the WARNING
SUNSHADE
initialisation is complete. • In an accident you could be thrown from the
If the power window automatic function does not vehicle through an open sunroof. Adults
operate properly after performing the procedure should always use seat belts and children
above, have your vehicle checked by a NISSAN should always use seat belts or child restraint
dealer or qualified workshop. systems.
• Never allow anyone to stand up or extend any
portion of their body out of the opening while
the vehicle is in motion or while the sunroof is
closing.
CAUTION JVI0950XZ

• Remove water drops, snow, ice or sand from


the sunroof before opening. Sliding sunshade and sunroof
• Do not place any heavy objects on the sunroof When the sunroof switch is pushed to the OPEN
or surrounding area. position j
1 , the sunshade open fully. When a switch
is pushed again, the sunroof opens to the comfort
• Do not push or pull on the sunshade. Doing
mode position. When the switch is pushed again,
so can damage the sunshade.
the sunroof opens fully.
When the sunroof switch is pushed to the CLOSE
position j
2 , the sunroof will automatically close.
Push the switch again, and the sunshade will close.
When the sunroof switch is pushed to the OPEN
position j3 to the second detent, the sunshade
opens fully, and the sunroof opens to the comfort
mode position. When the switch is pushed again,
the sunroof opens fully. When the sunroof switch is
pushed to the CLOSE position j 4 to the second
detent, both the sunshade and sunroof close.

Instruments and controls 2-49


To stop the sunshade or sunroof during the opera- ing. When the control unit detects an obstacle, the If the sunroof does not operate properly after per-
tion, push the sunroof switch to either of the OPEN sunroof and sunshade will open immediately. forming the procedure above, have your vehicle
j1 , CLOSE j 2 or UP j 5 position. checked by a NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop.
Depending on the environment or driving conditions,
Tilting sunroof the auto-reverse function may activate if an impact
or load similar to something being caught in the
To tilt up the sunroof, push the sunroof switch to the sunroof and sunshade occurs.
up position j 5.
If the auto-reverse function activates consecutively
To tilt down the sunroof, push the switch to the up or the battery is discharged, the sunroof and sun-
position j5 or push the switch to the CLOSE posi- shade may not close properly. In this case, push
tion j2. and hold the switch to the CLOSE position j 2 to
When the sunroof is tilted up, push the switch to the close the sunroof.
CLOSE position to the second detent j 4 . The sun-
roof will tilt down and the sunshade will close.
If sunroof does not operate
If the sunroof and sunshade do not operate prop-
Comfort mode erly, perform the following procedure to initialise the
This is the position used when driving with the operation system.
sunroof open. When driving with the sunroof fully 1. If the sunroof and sunshade are open, close them
open, wind noise may be very loud. Use the comfort fully by repeatedly pushing the sunroof switch to
mode position when driving. the CLOSE j 2 position.
Auto-reverse function 2. Push and hold the sunroof switch to the CLOSE
j2 position for 10 seconds.
WARNING
3. After the sunroof and sunshade move slightly to
There are some small distances just before the the closed position and then move back a little,
closed position which cannot be detected. Make release the sunroof switch.
sure that all passengers have their hands, etc.
inside the vehicle before closing the sunroof and 4. Push and hold the sunroof switch to the CLOSE
sunshade. j2 position for over 6 seconds.

The auto-reverse function enables the sunroof and 5. Release the sunroof switch. The sunroof and
sunshade to automatically reverse when something sunshade will fully open and then fully close.
is caught in the sunroof and sunshade as it is clos- 6. Check if the sunroof switch operates normally.

2-50 Instruments and controls


POWER OUTLETS

• Before inserting or disconnecting a plug, be


sure that the electrical accessory being used
is turned OFF.
• When not in use, be sure to close the cap. Do
not allow water or any liquid to contact the
outlet.

JVI0878XZ JVI0879XZ
Instrument panel Cargo area

To use the power outlet, pull the cover as illustrated.


CAUTION
• The outlet and plug may be hot during or im-
mediately after use.
• This power outlet is not designed for use with
a cigarette lighter unit.
• Do not use with accessories that exceed a 12
volt, 120W (10A) power draw. Do not use
double adapters or more than one electrical
JVI0880XZ accessory.
Console box
• Use this power outlet with the engine running
to avoid discharging the vehicle battery.
• Avoid using when the air conditioner, head-
lights or rear window defogger is on.
• Push the plug in as far as it will go. If good
contact is not made, the plug may overheat or
the internal temperature fuse may blow.

Instruments and controls 2-51


STORAGE

WARNING
CONSOLE BOX WARNING
• The storage compartments should not be Keep the sunglasses holder closed while driving
used while driving so that the full attention to avoid obstructing the driver’s view and to help
may be given to vehicle operation. prevent an accident.
• Keep the storage lids closed while driving to CAUTION
help prevent injury in an accident or sudden
stop. • Do not use for anything other than sunglasses.

GLOVE BOX • Do not leave sunglasses in the sunglasses


holder while parking in direct sunlight. The
JVI0877XZ
heat may damage the sunglasses.
To open the sunglasses holder, push and release.
To open the console box lid, push up the knob j
A Only store one pair of sunglasses in the holder.
and pull up the lid. CUP HOLDERS
To close, push the lid down until the lock latches.
WARNING
SUNGLASSES HOLDER
The driver must not remove or insert cups into
the cup holder while driving so that full attention
JVI0888XZ
may be given to vehicle operation.
CAUTION
Open the glove box by pulling the handle.
Avoid abrupt starting and braking especially
when the cup holder is being used to prevent
spilling the contents. If the contents are hot, they
could scald you or your passengers.

JVI0619XZ

2-52 Instruments and controls


Front Second row seat Front and second row seat

JVI0872XZ JVI0874XZ JVI0884XZ


Front side

To keep a drink cold or warm, The second row seat cup holders are located in the The front and second row seat soft bottle holders
rear fold-down armrest. are located on the doors.
1. Place the drink in the cup holder.
2. Choose the or mode by operating the SOFT BOTTLE HOLDERS Third row seat (where fitted)
heater and air conditioner. CAUTION
3. Open the cup holder vent by pulling the knob up • Do not use bottle holder for any other objects
1.
j that could be thrown about in the vehicle and
possibly injure people during sudden braking
• The airflow coming from the drink holder vent is
or an accident.
the same temperature as the air conditioner. The
temperature cannot be set independently. • Do not use bottle holder for open liquid con-
tainers.
• When the heater or the air conditioner is working
in high temperature, the cooling function will not
work even if the cup holder vent is opened. JVI0875XZ

When the cooling or warming function is not neces-


sary, close the cup holder vent by pushing the knob
down j 2.

Instruments and controls 2-53


CARD HOLDER • Unsecured luggage can become dangerous NOTE
in an accident or sudden stop.
The diversity of the luggage compartment may
• Do not apply a total load of more than 10 kg be restricted depending on the equipment of
(22 lb) to a single hook. each vehicle.
LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT
(where fitted)
You can use the luggage compartment in diverse
ways using the flexible luggage board.

JVI0952XZ WARNING
Do not put objects heavier than 75 kg (165 lbs)
Slide a card into the card holder j
A. on the load floor while in the mid position. In the
upper position, objects heavier than 20 kg (10
LUGGAGE HOOKS lbs) should not be placed on the load floor.
CAUTION
• Do not push the front edge of the luggage
board forcibly. Doing so may cause the lug-
gage board to be tilted, resulting in personal
injury.
• Do not handle the luggage board forcibly as
this may deform it.

JVI0871XZ • While in the upper position, do not recline the


Luggage room
seatbacks.

WARNING
• Do not place cargo higher than the seatbacks.
In a sudden stop or collision, unsecured cargo
• Always make sure that the luggage is prop- could cause personal injury.
erly secured. Use the suitable ropes and
hooks.

2-54 Instruments and controls


JVI0941X JVI0942X

Three-stage mode 4. Pull off the inner board toward the rear of the Vertical mode
vehicle from j B.
1. Pull the outer board upward to about 30°. 1. Pull the outer board upward to 90°.
5. Push the inner board into j
C.
2. Pull the outer board toward the rear of the ve- 2. Push down the board until it stops.
hicle and then push it into the bottom of the lug-
gage under space.
3. Pull the inner board upward until it stops at posi-
tion jA.

Instruments and controls 2-55


Separation mode Luggage under space (where fitted) COAT HOOK

JVI0944XZ SIC3505Z
Two row model

To use the luggage under space, pull off the outer The coat hook is located above the rear side win-
board. dow (on the driver’s side).
CAUTION
Do not apply a total load of more than 1 kg (2 lb)
to the hook.

JVI0943X
JVI0945XZ
Three row model
1. Place the inner board on the upper position. (See
“Three-stage mode” earlier in this section.) To use the luggage under space, pull off the board.

2. Pull the inner board upward about 10 cm (4 in)


and pull up the outer board to 90°.
3. Push down the board until it stops.

2-56 Instruments and controls


ROOF RAIL (where fitted)

TONNEAU COVER (where fitted) The tonneau cover keeps the luggage compartment
contents hidden from the outside.
To use the tonneau cover, open the flap j1 , pull it
out j
2 and insert both sides to the guide j
3.
To remove the tonneau cover, stow the cover and
pull the holder j
4.

WARNING
• Never put anything on the tonneau cover, no JVI0889XZ
matter how small. Any object on it could cause
an injury in an accident or sudden stop.
Luggage can be carried on the roof by securing
• Do not leave the tonneau cover in the vehicle crossbars to the roof rail. Follow all crossbar manu-
with it disengaged from the holder. facturers instructions for installing and use of the
crossbars. The roof rail is designed to carry loads
• The child restraint top tether strap may be
(luggage plus crossbars) below 100 kg (221 lb).
damaged by contact with the tonneau cover
or items in the luggage area. Remove the ton- Overloading may cause damage to the vehicle.
neau cover from the vehicle or secure it in the CAUTION
luggage area. Also secure any items in the
luggage area. Your child could be seriously • Do not put or hang anything on or around side
pipes or plastic covers.
injured or killed in a collision if the top tether
strap is damaged. • For crossbar installation on a roof rail with
driving lights, contact a NISSAN dealer or
qualified workshop.

JVI0955X

Instruments and controls 2-57


SUN VISORS INTERIOR LIGHTS

CAUTION lights will also go off after a period of time


when the doors are open.
• Do not leave the light switch on when the
engine is not running for extended periods of CONSOLE LIGHT
time to prevent the battery from being dis-
charged.
• Turn off the lights when you leave the vehicle.
INTERIOR LIGHT SWITCH

JVI0627XZ

The console light will turn on whenever the clear-


ance lights or headlights are illuminated.
JVI0626XZ MAP LIGHTS

1 The interior light can be turned ON regardless


j
of door position. The light will go off after a
period of time unless the ignition switch is
SIC2872
placed in the ON position when any door is
opened.
1. To block out glare from the front, swing down the
2 The interior lights can be set to operate when
j
sun visor j
1.
the doors are opened. To turn off the interior
2. To block glare from the side, remove the sun lights when a door open, push the switch, the
visor from the centre mount and swing it to the interior lights will not illuminate, regardless of JVI0628XZ

side j2. door position. The lights will go off when the
ignition switch is placed in the ON position, or Push the button to turn the map lights on. To turn
the driver’s door is closed and locked. The them off, push the button again.

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ROOM LIGHT (where fitted) • Any door is opened and then closed with the VANITY MIRROR LIGHT
ignition switch in the LOCK position.
The interior light timer will be cancelled when:
• The driver’s door is locked.
• The ignition switch is placed in the ON position.
When the switch is in the OFF position j 3 , the
room light does not illuminate, regardless of any
condition.

SIC2063AZ
REAR PERSONAL LIGHTS SIC3869Z
(where fitted)
The room light has a three-position switch. To access the vanity mirror, pull the sun visor down
and flip open the mirror cover.
1 , the room
When the switch is in the ON position j
light illuminates. The vanity mirror light illuminates when the vanity
mirror cover is opened. When the cover is closed,
When the switch is in the DOOR position j 2 , the
the light will turn off.
room light illuminates when a door is opened.
The interior light timer will keep the room light on for LUGGAGE ROOM LIGHT
approximately 15 seconds when: The luggage room light illuminates when the back
door is opened. When the back door is closed, the
• The key is removed from the ignition switch with SIC3250Z
light will turn off.
the driver’s door closed. (model without Intelli-
gent Key system) BATTERY SAVER SYSTEM
To turn the rear personal lights on, push the switch.
• The ignition switch is placed in the OFF position. To turn them off, push the switch again. When the interior light stays on, it will automati-
(model with Intelligent Key system) cally turn off after a period of time when the igni-
• The doors are unlocked by pushing the UN- tion switch has been placed in the OFF position.
LOCK button (on the integrated keyfob or To turn on the light again, place the ignition
Intelligent Key) or the request switch (Intelligent switch in the ON position.
Key system equipped models), with the ignition
switch in the LOCK position.

Instruments and controls 2-59


The interior light will automatically turn off within a
period of time after the latest operation of the follow-
ing with the ignition switch in the OFF position:
• Opening or closing any door
• Locking or unlocking with a key, the power door
lock switch, or using the Intelligent Key system
• Pushing the ignition switch
The light will turn on again when any of the above
operations is performed after the light has turned off
automatically.

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3 Pre-driving checks and adjustments

Keys ........................................................................ 3-2 NISSAN Anti-Theft System (NATS)..................... 3-22


NISSAN Anti-Theft System (NATS*) key Bonnet..................................................................... 3-23
(where fitted) ...................................................... 3-2 Opening bonnet.................................................. 3-23
Intelligent Key (where fitted)................................ 3-2 Closing bonnet ................................................... 3-23
Door locks ............................................................... 3-4 Back door................................................................ 3-24
Super lock system (where fitted)......................... 3-4 Operating manual back door............................... 3-24
Locking with key................................................. 3-4 Operating power back door (where fitted)........... 3-24
Locking with inside lock knob ............................. 3-5 Auto closure (where fitted).................................. 3-27
Locking with power door lock switch .................. 3-6 Back door release lever ...................................... 3-27
Child safety rear door lock .................................. 3-6 Garage mode system ......................................... 3-28
Remote keyless entry system (where fitted).............. 3-7 Fuel-filler lid ............................................................. 3-28
Using remote keyless entry system ..................... 3-7 Opening fuel-filler lid ........................................... 3-28
Hazard indicator operation .................................. 3-8 Fuel-filler cap...................................................... 3-28
Intelligent Key system (where fitted) ......................... 3-9 Steering wheel......................................................... 3-29
Operating range ................................................. 3-11 Mirrors..................................................................... 3-29
Using Intelligent Key system................................ 3-11 Inside rearview mirror ......................................... 3-29
Warning signals.................................................. 3-14 Outside rearview mirrors..................................... 3-30
Troubleshooting guide ........................................ 3-16 Vanity mirror ....................................................... 3-31
Using remote keyless entry function .................... 3-18 Parking brake .......................................................... 3-31
Hazard indicator and horn operation.................... 3-19 Automatic operation............................................ 3-31
Security system ....................................................... 3-20 Manual operation ................................................ 3-32
Theft warning system (where fitted)..................... 3-20
KEYS

Your vehicle can only be driven with the keys spe- Your vehicle can only be driven with the NATS keys, When storing the key press the release button and
cific to your vehicle. A key number plate is supplied which are registered to your vehicle’s NATS com- push key to fold the key back into fob slot.
with your key. Record the key number and keep the ponents. As many as 4 NATS keys can be regis-
key number plate in a safe place, except in the ve- tered and used with one vehicle. The new keys must INTELLIGENT KEY (where fitted)
hicle, in case of the need to duplicate the keys. be registered by a NISSAN dealer or qualified work-
shop prior to use with the NATS of your vehicle.
The key can only be duplicated using an original key
Since the registration process requires erasing all
or the original key number. The key number is re-
memory in the NATS components when registering
quired when you have lost all of the keys and do not
new keys, be sure to take all NATS keys that you
have the original key to duplicate from. If the key is
have to the NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop.
lost, or you need extra keys, provide an original key
or the key number to a NISSAN dealer or qualified *: Immobilizer
workshop.
CAUTION
CAUTION
Do not allow the NATS key, which contains an SPA2502Z

Do not leave the keys inside the vehicle when electrical transponder, to come into contact with Type A
leaving the vehicle. water or salt water. This could affect the system
function.
NISSAN ANTI-THEFT SYSTEM
(NATS*) KEY (where fitted) Mechanical key

SPA2543Z
Type B

1. Intelligent Key (2)


JVP0277XZ JVP0298XZ
2. Mechanical key (in the Intelligent Key) (2)

To unfold the key from the fob, press the release 3. Key number plate (1)
1. NATS key (2)
button.
2. Key number plate (1)

3-2 Pre-driving checks and adjustments


Your vehicle can only be driven with the Intelligent – Do not place the Intelligent Key for an ex- Mechanical key
Keys, which are registered to your vehicle’s Intelli- tended period in a place where tempera-
gent Key system components and NISSAN Anti- tures exceed 60°C (140°F).
Theft System (NATS*) components. As many as 4
– Do not change or modify the Intelligent
Intelligent Keys can be registered and used with
Key.
one vehicle. The new keys must be registered by a
NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop prior to use – Do not use a magnet key holder.
with the Intelligent Key system and NATS of your – Do not place the Intelligent Key near equip-
vehicle. Since the registration process requires ment that produces a magnetic field such
erasing all memory in the Intelligent Key compo- as a TV, audio equipment, personal com-
nents when registering new keys, be sure to take all puters or mobile telephones.
Intelligent Keys that you have to the NISSAN dealer SPA2033Z

or qualified workshop. – Do not allow the Intelligent Key to come


into contact with water or salt water, and To remove the mechanical key, release the lock knob
*: Immobilizer do not wash it in a washing machine. This at the back of the Intelligent Key.
CAUTION could affect the system function.
To install the mechanical key, firmly insert it into the
• Be sure to carry the Intelligent Key with you. • If an Intelligent Key is lost or stolen, NISSAN Intelligent Key until the lock knob returns to the lock
Do not leave the vehicle with the Intelligent recommends erasing the ID code of that In- position.
Key inside. telligent Key. This will prevent the Intelligent
Key from unauthorised use to unlock the ve- Use the mechanical key to lock or unlock the doors
• Be sure to carry the Intelligent Key with you
hicle. For information regarding the erasing and glove box (where fitted). (See “Door locks” later
when driving. The Intelligent Key is a preci- in this section and “Storage” in the “2. Instruments
procedure, please contact a NISSAN dealer
sion device with a built-in transmitter. To avoid and controls” section.)
or qualified workshop.
damaging it, please note the following.
– The Intelligent Key is water resistant; how-
ever, wetting may damage the Intelligent
Key. If the Intelligent Key gets wet, imme-
diately wipe until it is completely dry.
– Do not bend, drop or strike it against an-
other object.
– If the outside temperature is below -10°C
(14°F) degrees, the battery of the Intelli-
gent Key may not function properly.

Pre-driving checks and adjustments 3-3


DOOR LOCKS

Locking the doors with the integrated keyfob, the LOCKING WITH KEY
WARNING Intelligent Key (where fitted) or the key will lock all
• Always look before opening any doors, to doors including the back door and activate the Su-
avoid an accident with oncoming traffic. per Lock System.

• Never leave children or adults who would nor- This means that none of the doors can be opened
mally require the support of others alone in from the inside in order to prevent theft.
the vehicle. They could unknowingly activate The system will be released when the door is un-
switches or controls and inadvertently locked with the integrated keyfob, Intelligent Key
become involved in a serious accident. (where fitted) or key.
SUPER LOCK SYSTEM (where fitted) The Super Lock System will not activate when the
JVP0289XZ
doors are locked with the power door lock switch.
WARNING
Emergency situations Model without Super Lock System
For Super Lock System equipped models, failure
to follow the precautions below may lead to haz- If the Super Lock System is activated due to a traf-
To lock the door, insert the key to the door key cyl-
ardous situations. Make sure the Super Lock Sys- fic accident or other unexpected circumstances
inder and turn the key to the front side of the vehicle
tem activation is always safely conducted. while you are in the vehicle:
j1.
• When the vehicle is occupied, never lock the • Place the ignition switch to the ON position, the
All doors including the back door will lock.
doors with the integrated keyfob or the Intel- Super Lock System will be released and all the
doors can be unlocked with the power door lock To unlock the door insert the key to the door key cyl-
ligent Key (where fitted). Doing so will trap
switch. You can then open the doors. inder and turn the key to the rear side of the vehicle
the occupants, since the Super Lock System
j2.
prevents the doors from being opened from • Remove the key from the ignition switch and un-
the inside of the vehicle. lock the door using the integrated keyfob or the All doors including the back door will unlock. In the
Intelligent Key (where fitted). The Super Lock selective door unlock mode, only the driver’s side
• Only operate the integrated keyfob or the In-
System will be released and you can open the door will unlock.
telligent Key (where fitted) lock button when
door.
there is a clear view of the vehicle. This is to Model with Super Lock System
prevent anybody from being trapped inside
the vehicle through the Supper Lock System To lock the door, insert the key to the door key cyl-
activation. inder and turn the key to the front side of the vehicle
j1.
All doors including the back door will lock and the
Super Lock System will activate.

3-4 Pre-driving checks and adjustments


To unlock the door insert the key to the door key cyl- Type A (for models without Super Lock Type B (for models with Super Lock
inder and turn the key to the rear side of the vehicle System) System)
j2.
All doors including the back door will unlock and the
Super Lock System will deactivate.
In the selective door unlock mode, only the driver’s
side door will unlock and Super Lock System will
deactivate for all doors.
When the key is in the ignition switch or the ignition
switch is pushed in (Intelligent Key equipped model),
turning the key cannot lock the doors.
SPA2726Z SPA2791Z
LOCKING WITH INSIDE LOCK KNOB
CAUTION To lock the front doors, push the inside lock knob to To unlock and open the door, pull the inside door
the lock position j1 , and then close the door while handle as illustrated.
When locking the doors using the inside lock
pulling the door handle.
knob, be sure not to leave the key in the vehicle. The doors cannot be opened by using the inside
To lock the rear doors, push the inside lock knob to door handle when the Super Lock System is acti-
the lock position j
1 and then close the door. vated.
Operating the driver’s side lock knob will lock or
unlock all the doors (where fitted).
To unlock, pull the inside lock knob to the unlock
position j
2.
When the driver’s door is locked, you do not need
to operate the inside lock knob. Just pull the inside
door handle to open the driver’s door.

Pre-driving checks and adjustments 3-5


LOCKING WITH POWER DOOR CAUTION CHILD SAFETY REAR DOOR LOCK
LOCK SWITCH • When locking the doors using the power door
lock switch, be sure not to leave the key in the
vehicle.
• When the Intelligent Key is left in the vehicle,
and you try to lock the door using the power
door lock switch after getting out of the ve-
hicle, all the doors will unlock automatically
after the door is closed.
To unlock, push the power door lock switch to the
JVP0279XZ
unlock position j
2.
NPA1371
Driver’s armrest With the ignition switch in the ON position, the door The child safety rear door locks help prevent rear
lock indicator light (located on the instrument doors from being opened accidentally, especially
panel) (where fitted) will illuminate and stay on. With when small children are in the vehicle.
the ignition switch in the OFF or LOCK position, the
door lock indicator light will illuminate for 30 When the levers are in the lock position j
1 , the
minutes. child safety rear door locks engage and the rear
doors can only be opened by the outside door
handles.
To disengage, move the levers to the unlock posi-
tion j
2.

SPA2804Z
Passenger’s armrest (where fitted)

Operating the power door lock switch (located on


the driver’s and front passenger’s doors) will lock or
unlock all the doors.
To lock the doors, push the power door lock switch
to the lock position j
1.

3-6 Pre-driving checks and adjustments


REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY
SYSTEM (where fitted)

The remote keyless entry system can operate all • Do not place the integrated keyfob for an ex- Locking doors
door locks (including the back door) using the inte- tended period in an area where temperatures
grated keyfob. The remote controller can operate at exceed 60°C (140°F). 1. Remove the ignition key.
a distance of approximately 1 m (3.3 ft) away from 2. Close all doors.
If an integrated keyfob is lost or stolen, NISSAN
the vehicle. The operating distance depends upon
recommends erasing the ID code of that integrated 3. Push the LOCK button j
2 on the inte-
the conditions around the vehicle.
keyfob from the vehicle. This may prevent the unau- grated keyfob.
As many as 4 integrated keyfobs can be used with thorised use of the integrated keyfob to unlock the
one vehicle. For information about the purchase and vehicle. For information regarding the erasing pro- 4. All doors will be locked. The door lock indicator
use of additional integrated keyfobs, contact a cedure, contact a NISSAN dealer or qualified work- light (located on the instrument panel) will
NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop. shop. illuminate for 1 minutes (where fitted).

The integrated keyfob will not function under the fol- For information regarding the replacement of a bat- 5. Operate door handles to confirm that the doors
lowing conditions: tery, see “Battery” in the “8. Maintenance and have been securely locked.
do-it-yourself” section. CAUTION
• When the distance between the integrated key-
fob and vehicle is more than approximately 1 m USING REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY After locking the doors using the integrated key-
(3.3 ft). SYSTEM fob, be sure that the doors have been securely
locked by operating the door handles.
• When the integrated keyfob battery is
discharged. Unlocking doors
• When the key is in the ignition switch. 1. Push the UNLOCK button j
3 on the inte-
CAUTION grated keyfob.
2. All doors will be unlocked.
• When locking the doors using the integrated
keyfob, be sure not to leave the key in the All doors will be locked automatically unless one of
vehicle. the following operations is performed within 30 sec-
onds or 1 minute after pushing the UNLOCK
• Do not allow the integrated keyfob, which
JVP0278XZ button j 3.
contains electrical components, to come into
contact with water or salt water. This could • Opening any doors.
affect the system function. 1
j Jackknife type key release button
• Inserting the key into the ignition switch.
• Do not drop the integrated keyfob. 2
j LOCK button
• Do not strike the remote controller sharply 3
j UNLOCK button
against another object.
4
j Battery indicator light

Pre-driving checks and adjustments 3-7


Selective door unlock mode: • Locking the doors with the integrated keyfob.
When you first receive the vehicle, the door unlock • Switching the interior light switch to the OFF
mode is set to unlock all the doors with one push of position.
the UNLOCK button j 3 . The door unlock
mode can be switched to the selective door unlock Battery indicator light
mode, which unlocks the passenger’s doors at the The battery indicator light j
4 illuminates when you
second push of the UNLOCK button j3. push any button. If the light does not illuminate, the
Selective door unlock mode: battery is weak or needs replacement. For informa-
tion regarding replacement of a battery, see
1. Push the UNLOCK button j
3 on the inte- “Battery” in the “8. Maintenance and do-it-yourself”
grated keyfob. section.
2. The driver’s door unlock. HAZARD INDICATOR OPERATION
3. Push the UNLOCK button j
3 on the inte- When you lock or unlock the doors, the hazard indi-
grated keyfob again. cator will flash as a confirmation.
4. All doors will be unlocked.
• LOCK: The hazard indicator flashes once.
To switch to the selective door unlock mode, per-
form the following procedure.
• UNLOCK: The hazard indicator flashes twice.

Push the LOCK j2 and UNLOCK but-


tons j
3 simultaneously for more than 5 seconds.
Perform the same procedure to deactivate the se-
lective door unlock mode.
Interior light timer (where fitted):
The interior light timer activates and the interior lights
illuminate for 15 seconds when a door is unlocked
and the interior light switch is in the DOOR position.
The interior lights can be turned off without waiting
for 15 seconds by performing one of the following
operations.
• Turning the ignition switch to the ON position.

3-8 Pre-driving checks and adjustments


INTELLIGENT KEY SYSTEM
(where fitted)

Hazard indicator mode


DOOR LOCK DOOR UNLOCK
Remote keyless entry system HAZARD - once HAZARD - twice

SPA2502Z
Type A

SPA2543Z
Type B

1. Intelligent Key (2)


2. Mechanical key (in the Intelligent Key) (2)
3. Key number plate (1)

Pre-driving checks and adjustments 3-9


The Intelligent Key is always communicating with Since the Intelligent Key is continuously receiving
WARNING the vehicle as it receives radio waves. The Intelligent radio waves, if the key is left near equipment which
• Radio waves could adversely affect electric Key system transmits weak radio waves. Environ- transmits strong radio waves, such as signals from
medical equipment. Those who use a pace- mental conditions may interfere with the operation a TV and personal computer, the battery life may
maker should contact the electric medical of the Intelligent Key system under the following become shorter.
equipment manufacturer for the possible in- operating conditions.
Because the steering wheel is locked electrically,
fluences before use.
• When operating near a location where strong unlocking the steering wheel with the ignition switch
• The Intelligent Key transmits radio waves radio waves are transmitted, such as a TV tower, in the LOCK position is impossible when the vehicle
when the buttons are pushed. The radio power station and broadcasting station. battery is completely discharged. Pay special atten-
waves may affect aircraft navigation and com- tion that the vehicle battery is not completely dis-
munication systems. Do not operate the Intel-
• When in possession of wireless equipment, such
charged.
as a mobile telephone, transceiver, and CB ra-
ligent Key while on an aeroplane. Make sure dio. As many as 4 Intelligent Keys can be used with one
the buttons are not operated unintentionally vehicle. For information about the purchase and use
when the unit is stored during a flight. • When the Intelligent Key is in contact with or
of additional Intelligent Keys, contact a NISSAN
covered by metallic materials.
The Intelligent Key system can operate all the door dealer or qualified workshop.
and the back door using the integrated keyfob func- • When any type of radio wave remote control is
CAUTION
tion or pushing the request switch on the vehicle used nearby.
without taking the key out from a pocket or purse. • When the Intelligent Key is placed near an elec- • Do not allow the Intelligent Key, which con-
The operating environment and/or conditions may tains electrical components, to come into con-
tric appliance such as a personal computer.
affect the Intelligent Key system operation. tact with water or salt water. This could affect
Be sure to read the following before using the Intel-
• When the vehicle is parked near a parking meter. the system function.
ligent Key system. In such cases, correct the operating conditions be- • Do not drop the Intelligent Key.
fore using the Intelligent Key function or use the
CAUTION mechanical key. • Do not strike the Intelligent Key sharply
against another object.
• Be sure to carry the Intelligent Key with you Although the life of the battery varies depending on
when operating the vehicle. the operating conditions, the battery’s life is approxi- • Do not change or modify the Intelligent Key.

• Never leave the Intelligent Key in the vehicle mately 2 years. If the battery is discharged, replace • Wetting may damage the Intelligent Key. If the
when you leave the vehicle. it with a new one. Intelligent Key gets wet, immediately wipe un-
til it is completely dry.
• When the outside temperature is extremely For information regarding replacement of a battery,
low, the Intelligent Key system may not func- see “Battery” in the “8. Maintenance and • Do not place the Intelligent Key for an ex-
tion properly. do-it-yourself” section. tended period in an area where temperatures
exceed 60°C (140°F).

3-10 Pre-driving checks and adjustments


• If the outside temperature is below −10°C OPERATING RANGE USING INTELLIGENT KEY SYSTEM
(14°F), the battery of the Intelligent Key may
not function properly.
• Do not attach the Intelligent Key with a key
holder that contains a magnet.
• Do not place the Intelligent Key near equip-
ment that produces a magnetic field, such as
a TV, audio equipment and personal comput-
ers.
If an Intelligent Key is lost or stolen, NISSAN recom-
SPA2074Z SPA2408Z
mends erasing the ID code of that Intelligent Key
from the vehicle. This may prevent the unauthorised
use of the Intelligent Key to operate the vehicle. For The Intelligent Key functions can only be used when The request switch will not function under the fol-
information regarding the erasing procedure, con- the Intelligent Key is within the specified operating lowing conditions:
tact a NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop. range from the request switch j 1.
• When the Intelligent Key is left inside the vehicle
For information regarding replacement of a battery, When the Intelligent Key battery is discharged or
see “Battery” in the “8. Maintenance and strong radio waves are present near the operating • When the Intelligent Key is not within the opera-
tional range
do-it-yourself” section. location, the Intelligent Key system’s operating
The Intelligent Key function can be disabled. For
range becomes narrower, and the Intelligent Key • When any door is open or not closed securely
may not function properly.
information about disabling the Intelligent Key func- • When the Intelligent Key battery is discharged
tion, contact a NISSAN dealer or qualified work- The operating range is within 80 cm (31.50 in) from
shop. each request switch j1.
• When the ignition switch is in the ON position

If the Intelligent Key is too close to the door glass,


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 and lock/unlock the doors.

Pre-driving checks and adjustments 3-11


unlocked but will not open. Release the door When you lock or unlock the doors or open the back
handle once and pull it again to open the door. door, the hazard indicator will flash and the outside
chime will sound (where fitted) as a confirmation.
Welcome light and farewell light function
When you lock or unlock the doors including the
back door, the clearance lights, tail lights and the
number plate light will illuminate for a period of time.
The welcome light and farewell light function can be
disabled. For information about disabling the wel-
SPA2407Z
come light and farewell light function, contact a
NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop.
• Do not push the door handle request switch with SPA2710Z
Locking doors
the Intelligent Key held in your hand as illustrated.
The close distance to the door handle will cause 1. Place the ignition switch in the OFF position.
the Intelligent Key system to have difficulty rec-
2. Carry the Intelligent Key with you.
ognising that the Intelligent Key is outside the
vehicle. 3. Close all doors.

• After locking the doors using the door handle A (driver’s


4. Push the door handle request switch j
request switch, make sure that the doors have or front passenger’s) or the back door request
been securely locked by operating the door switch jB.
handles. 5. All doors and the back door will be locked. The
• When locking the doors using the door handle door lock indicator light (located on the
request switch, make sure to have the Intelligent SPA2545Z instrument panel) will illuminate for 1 minutes
Key in your possession before operating the door (where fitted).
handle request switch to prevent the Intelligent When you carry the Intelligent Key with you, you can 6. Operate door handles to confirm that the doors
Key from being left in the vehicle. lock or unlock all doors by pushing the door handle have been securely locked.
request switch (driver’s or front passenger’s) j
A or
• The door handle request switch is operational
back door request switch j B within the range of Lockout protection:
only when the Intelligent Key has been detected
by the Intelligent Key system. operation. To prevent the Intelligent Key from being acciden-
tally locked in the vehicle, lockout protection is
• Do not pull the door handle before pushing the equipped with the Intelligent Key system.
door handle request switch. The door will be

3-12 Pre-driving checks and adjustments


• When the Intelligent Key is left in the vehicle and Unlocking doors handle to its original position will unlock the door. If
you try to lock the door using the driver’s inside the door does not unlock, after returning the door
lock knob after getting out of the vehicle, all the Switching door unlock mode: handle, push the door handle request switch to un-
doors will unlock automatically and a chime will To switch the door unlock mode from one to an- lock the door.
sound after the door is closed. other, see “Vehicle information display” in the “2. In-
All doors will be locked automatically unless one of
struments and controls” section.
• When the Intelligent Key is left in the vehicle the following operations is performed within 1 minute
while the driver’s door is opened and you try to Selective door unlock mode (where fitted): or 30 seconds after pushing the request switch while
lock the door using the power door lock switch 1. Carry the Intelligent Key with you. the doors are locked.
after getting out of the vehicle, an inside warning
chime will sound after the power door lock switch 2. Push the door handle request switch j
A or the • Opening any doors.
or the driver’s inside lock knob is operated. back door request switch j
B. • Pushing the ignition switch.
CAUTION 3. Driver’s door handle or back door request switch: If during the preset time period the UNLOCK
Only the corresponding door will be unlocked. button on the Intelligent Key is pushed, all doors will
The lockout protection may not function under
be locked automatically after the next preset time.
the following conditions: Front passenger’s door handle request switch:
Opening power back door (where fitted)
• When the Intelligent Key is placed on top of All doors (including the back door) will be un-
the instrument panel. locked. (Selective door unlock mode is not avail- 1. Carry the Intelligent Key.
• When the Intelligent Key is placed on the ton- able.) C.
2. Push the power back door opener switch j
neau cover (where fitted). 4. Push the door handle request switch again within 3. The back door will unlock and automatically
• When the Intelligent Key is placed inside of 5 seconds. open.
the glove box. 5. All doors will be unlocked. The hazard indicator flashes 4 times and the outside
• When the Intelligent Key is placed inside of 6. Operate the door handles to open the doors. chime sounds.
the door pockets.
All door unlock mode: To close the back door, push the power back door
• When the Intelligent Key is placed on or under
1. Carry the Intelligent Key with you.
button on the Intelligent Key, the power back door
the spare tyre area. switch on the instrument panel or the lower part of
2. Push the door handle request switch j
A or back the back door. (See “Back door” later in this sec-
• When the Intelligent Key is placed inside or
door request switch j
B. tion.)
near metallic materials.
3. All doors and the back door will be unlocked.
The lockout protection may function when the
Intelligent Key is outside the vehicle but is too If a door handle is pulled while unlocking the doors,
close to the vehicle. that door may not be unlocked. Returning the door

Pre-driving checks and adjustments 3-13


WARNING SIGNALS
The Intelligent Key system is equipped with a func-
tion that is designed to minimise improper opera-
tions and to help prevent the vehicle from being sto-
len. The warning buzzer sounds and the warning
light illuminates or the warning display appears on
the vehicle information display when improper op-
erations are detected.
CAUTION
When the buzzer sounds and the warning light
illuminates or the warning display appears, be
sure to check both the vehicle and the Intelligent
Key.

3-14 Pre-driving checks and adjustments


Pre-driving checks and adjustments 3-15
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

Symptom Possible cause Action to take


The Shift to Park warning appears on
the vehicle information display and the
When pushing the ignition switch to inside warning chime sounds continu- The shift lever is not in the P (Park) Shift the shift lever to the P (Park)
stop the engine ously or for a few seconds. (Xtronic position. position.
CVT (Continuously Variable Transmis-
sion) models)
When opening the driver’s door to get The inside warning chime sounds The ignition switch is in the OFF posi-
Close the door securely.
out of the vehicle continuously. tion.
The Key System Fault warning in the
meter blinks in yellow, the outside
The ignition switch is in the ON posi- Place the ignition switch in the OFF
chime sounds 3 times and the inside
tion. position.
warning chime sounds for a few
When closing the door after getting seconds.
out of the vehicle The Shift to Park warning appears on
the vehicle information display and the The ignition switch is in the OFF posi- Move the shift lever to the P (Park)
outside chime sounds continuously. tion and the shift lever is not in the P position and place the ignition switch
(Xtronic CVT (Continuously Variable (Park) position. in the OFF position.
Transmission) models)
When pushing the request switch or
The outside chime sounds for a few The Intelligent Key is inside the
the LOCK m button on the Intel- Carry the Intelligent Key with you.
seconds and all the doors unlock. vehicle.
ligent Key to lock the door
When closing the door with the inside The outside chime sounds for a few The Intelligent Key is inside the
Carry the Intelligent Key with you.
lock knob turned to LOCK seconds and all the doors unlock. vehicle or luggage room.
The Intelligent Key is inside the
Carry the Intelligent Key with you.
vehicle or luggage room.
When pushing the door handle The outside chime sounds for a few
A door is not closed securely. Close the door securely.
request switch to lock the door seconds.
The door handle request switch is Push the door handle request switch
pushed before the door is closed. after the door is closed.

3-16 Pre-driving checks and adjustments


Symptom Possible cause Action to take
Replace the battery with a new one.
The Key System Fault warning in the
The battery charge is low. (See “Battery” in the “8. Maintenance
meter blinks in green.
and do-it-yourself” section.)
When pushing the ignition switch to
start the engine The Key System Fault warning in the
meter blinks in yellow and the inside The Intelligent Key is not in the
Carry the Intelligent Key with you.
warning chime sounds for a few vehicle.
seconds.
It warns of a malfunction with the
The Key System Fault warning in the Contact a NISSAN dealer or qualified
When pushing the ignition switch electrical steering lock system or the
meter illuminates in yellow. workshop.
Intelligent Key system.

Pre-driving checks and adjustments 3-17


USING REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY Operating range CAUTION
FUNCTION It is possible to lock/unlock all doors including the After locking the doors using the Intelligent Key,
back door using the remote keyless entry system. be sure that the doors have been securely locked
The operating distance depends upon the condi- by operating the door handles.
tions around the vehicle. To securely operate the
Unlocking doors
lock and unlock buttons, approach the vehicle to
about 1 m (3.3 ft) from the door. When you first receive the vehicle, the door unlock
mode is set to unlock all the doors with one push of
The remote keyless entry system will not function
the UNLOCK button j B . The door unlock mode can
under the following conditions:
be switched to the selective door unlock mode
• When the Intelligent Key is not within the opera- (where fitted).
tional range. To change the door unlock mode from one to an-
SPA2349Z
Type A • When the Intelligent Key battery is discharged. other, see “Vehicle information display” in the “2. In-
struments and controls” section.
For information regarding the replacement of a bat-
tery, see “Battery” in the “8. Maintenance and All door unlock mode:
do-it-yourself” section. 1. Push the UNLOCK button j
B on the Intelligent
Locking doors Key.
1. Place the ignition switch in the OFF position and 2. All doors (including the back door) will be un-
carry the Intelligent Key. locked.
2. Close all doors (including the back door). Selective door unlock mode (where fitted):
3. Push the LOCK button j
A on the Intelligent Key. 1. Push the UNLOCK button j
B on the Intelligent
SPA2546Z Key.
Type B 4. All doors will be locked. The door lock indicator
light (located on the instrument panel) will 2. The driver’s door will be unlocked.
A LOCK button
j illuminate for 1 minutes (where fitted). 3. Push the UNLOCK button j
B on the Intelligent
B UNLOCK button
j Key again.
5. Operate the door handles to confirm that the
C Power back door button (where fitted)
j doors have been securely locked. 4. All doors (including the back door) will be un-
locked.

3-18 Pre-driving checks and adjustments


Automatic relock: HAZARD INDICATOR AND HORN
All doors will be locked automatically unless one of OPERATION
the following operations is performed within 30 sec-
When you lock or unlock the doors or the back door
onds or 1 minute after pushing the UNLOCK button
with the request switch or the remote keyless entry
jB on the Intelligent Key while the doors are locked. function, the hazard indicator will flash and the out-
If during this 30 seconds or 1 minute time period, side chime will sound as a confirmation.
the UNLOCK button j B on the Intelligent Key is
pushed, all doors will be locked automatically after The following descriptions show how the hazard
another 30 seconds or 1 minute. indicator will activate and the outside chime will
sound when locking or unlocking the doors or back
• Opening any door or back door. door.
• Pushing the ignition switch.
Opening or closing back door
(where fitted)
Opening:
1. Push the power back door button C for
j
more than 1 second.
2. The back door will automatically open.
The hazard indicator flashes 4 times and the outside
chime sounds.
Closing:
1. Push the power back door button C.
j
2. The back door will automatically close.
The hazard indicator flashes 4 times and the outside
chime sounds.
If the button jC is pushed while the back door
is being opened or closed, the back door will re-
verse.

Pre-driving checks and adjustments 3-19


SECURITY SYSTEM

Hazard indicator mode Your vehicle has either or both of the following se-
curity systems:
Operation DOOR LOCK DOOR UNLOCK
Intelligent Key system (using
• Theft warning

door handle or back door request HAZARD - once HAZARD - twice • NISSAN Anti-theft System (NATS)*
switch) The security condition will be shown by the security
Remote keyless entry system indicator light.
HAZARD - once HAZARD - twice
(using m or m button)
(* immobilizer)
THEFT WARNING SYSTEM
(where fitted)
The theft warning system provides visual and audio
alarm signals if parts of the vehicle are disturbed.
Security indicator light

SIC2045Z

The security indicator light, located on the meter


panel, operates whenever the ignition switch is in
the LOCK or OFF position. This is normal.

3-20 Pre-driving checks and adjustments


For models with ultrasonic sensor Theft warning system operation: Cancel switch for ultrasonic sensor:
How to activate system: The warning system will give the following alarm:
1. Close all windows and sunroof (where fitted). • The hazard indicator or headlight blinks and the
alarm sounds intermittently for approximately 30
2. Place the ignition switch in the OFF position. seconds. (The alarm will repeat 8 times.)
3. Carry the integrated keyfob or the Intelligent Key
with you and get out of the vehicle.
• The alarm automatically turns off after approxi-
mately 30 seconds. However, the alarm reacti-
4. Make sure the bonnet and the back door are vates if the vehicle is tampered with again.
closed. Close and lock all doors with the inte- The alarm is activated when:
grated keyfob, the Intelligent Key or the request JVP0311XZ
switch. • operating the door or the back door without us-
ing the integrated keyfob, the Intelligent Key or
If a door or the bonnet is open, the buzzer will The ultrasonic sensors j A (volumetric sensing), lo-
the request switch.
sound. The buzzer will stop when the door is cor- cated on the ceiling, detect movement in the pas-
rectly closed. • opening the bonnet. senger’s compartment. When the theft warning sys-
5. Confirm that the security indicator light comes • the volumetric sensing system (ultrasonic sen- tem is set to the armed position, it will automatically
switch on the ultrasonic sensor.
on. The security indicator light blinks rapidly for sors) is triggered (when it is activated).
approximately 20 seconds and then blinks slowly.
The system is now activated. If, during this 20-
• the power supply is disconnected. It is possible to exclude the ultrasonic sensors (for
example, when leaving pets inside the car or trans-
second time period, the door is unlocked by the How to stop alarm: porting the vehicle on a ferry).
integrated keyfob, the Intelligent Key or the re- • The alarm will stop by unlocking a door with the
To exclude the ultrasonic sensors:
quest switch, or the ignition switch is placed in request switch (where fitted) or the UNLOCK
the ON position, the system will not activate. button on the Intelligent Key. 1. Close all the windows.
Even when the driver and/or passengers are in • The alarm will stop if the ignition switch is placed 2. Place the ignition switch to the OFF position.
the vehicle, the system will activate with all doors in the ON position.
locked and the ignition switch off. Place the igni- 3. Push the cancel switch j B located on the ceil-
tion switch in the ON position to turn the system ing. The security indicator light will start flashing
off. rapidly.

If the system malfunctions, the short beep


sounds 5 times when the system is activated.
Have the system checked by a NISSAN dealer or
qualified workshop.

Pre-driving checks and adjustments 3-21


4. Close the doors, bonnet and back door. Lock 5. Start the engine. Be sure to bring all NATS keys that you have
them using the integrated keyfob, the Intelligent when visiting a NISSAN dealer or qualified work-
6. Repeat the steps above until all possible interfer-
Key or the request switch. The security indicator shop for service.
ences are eliminated.
light will start flashing faster and a buzzer will
sound once. If this procedure allows the engine to start, NISSAN
recommends placing the registered NATS key sepa-
The ultrasonic sensor is now excluded from the theft
rate from other devices to avoid interference.
warning system. All other functions of the system
remain activated until the theft warning system is Security indicator light
disarmed again.
NISSAN ANTI-THEFT SYSTEM (NATS)
The NISSAN Anti-Theft System (NATS) will not al-
low the engine to start without the use of the regis-
tered NATS key.
If the engine does not start using the registered
NATS key, it may be due to interference caused by:
• Another NATS key.
SIC2045Z
• Automated toll road device.
• Automated payment device. The security indicator light is located on the meter
• Other devices that transmit similar signals. panel. It indicates the status of NATS.

Start the engine using the following procedure: The light operates whenever the ignition switch is in
the LOCK, OFF or ÀCC position. The security indi-
1. Remove any items that may be causing the inter- cator light indicates that the security systems on the
ference away from the NATS key. vehicle are operational.
2. Leave the ignition switch in the ON position for If NATS is malfunctioning, this light will remain on
approximately 5 seconds. while the ignition switch is in the ON position.
3. Place the ignition switch in the OFF or LOCK If the light remains on and/or the engine does
position, and wait approximately 10 seconds. not start, contact a NISSAN dealer or qualified
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 again. workshop for NATS service as soon as possible.

3-22 Pre-driving checks and adjustments


BONNET

WARNING
• The bonnet must be closed and latched se-
curely before driving. Failure to do so could
cause the bonnet to fly open and result in an
accident.
• Never open the bonnet if steam or smoke is
coming from the engine compartment to
avoid injury.
JVP0288XZ

OPENING BONNET CLOSING BONNET


1. Pull the bonnet lock release handle j
1 located 1. While supporting the bonnet, return the support
below the instrument panel until the bonnet rod to its original position.
springs up.
2. Slowly lower the bonnet to about 20 to 30 cm (8
2. Locate the lever j 2 in between the bonnet and to 12 in) above the bonnet lock, then let it drop.
grille, and push the lever sideways with your fin-
3. Make sure it is securely latched.
gertips.
3. Raise the bonnet.
4. Remove the support rod and insert it into the slot
j3.
Hold the coated parts j A when removing or re-
setting the support rod. Avoid direct contact with
the metal parts, as they may be hot immediately
after the engine has been stopped.

Pre-driving checks and adjustments 3-23


BACK DOOR

The back door can be unlocked by: Power back door main switch
WARNING
• pushing the UNLOCK button on the key.
• Always be sure the back door has been closed
securely to prevent it from opening while driv- • pushing the back door request switch (where fit-
ing. ted).

• Do not drive with the back door open. This • pushing the door handle request switch (where
could allow dangerous exhaust gases to be fitted).
drawn into the vehicle. See “Exhaust gas (car- • pushing the power door lock switch to the un-
bon monoxide)” in the “5. Starting and driving” lock position.
section for exhaust gas.
To close the back door, pull down until it securely
• Do not leave children unattended inside the locks.
JVP0282XZ

vehicle. They could unknowingly activate


switches or controls. Unattended children OPERATING POWER BACK DOOR 1 Power open (hands-free operation)
j
could become involved in serious accidents. (where fitted)
2 Power open/close (switch operation)
j
• Always be sure that hands and feet are clear To operate the power back door, the shift lever must
3 Manual operation
j
of the door frame to avoid injury while closing be in the P (Park) position.
the back door. The power back door operation can be turned on or
The power back door will not operate if the battery
off with the power back door main switch on the
OPERATING MANUAL BACK DOOR voltage is low.
instrument panel.
When the power door main switch is pushed to the
OFF position j 3 (Type A) or j 2 (Type B), power
operation is available by using the power back door
button on the Intelligent Key.

JVP0281XZ

To open the back door, unlock it and push the


opener switch j
A . Pull up the back door to open.

3-24 Pre-driving checks and adjustments


Power open (switch operation) The hazard flashes 4 times and the outside chime
sounds when the back door starts opening.
NOTE
The back door can be opened by the power back
door switch j A or the power back door button
C even if the back door is locked. The back
j
door can be unlocked and opened independently
of the other doors, even when they are locked.
NIC2551 Power open (hands-free operation)
JVP0290XZ Power back door button - Key (where fitted)
Power back door switch — Instrument panel

JVP0286XZ
JVP0285XZ

JVP0283XZ Power back door switch — Back door


Back door opener switch When the back door is fully closed, the back door When the back door is fully closed, the back door
will fully open automatically by: will fully open automatically by hands-free operation.
1. Carry the Intelligent Key.
• pushing the power back door switch j A on the
instrument panel for more than 1 second 2. Put your hand or luggage near the hands-free
sensor j
E , as illustrated, for about 1 second.
• pushing the back door opener switch j
B
3. The back door will unlock and automatically
• pushing the power back door button j
C on the
open.
key for more than 1 second

Pre-driving checks and adjustments 3-25


The back door will open regardless of the lock sta- • All doors will lock while the hands-free sensor free sensor, place the power back door main
tus. is being used. switch to the j2 position or j
3 position.
The hands-free sensor will not function under the • If dirt attaches to the surface of the hands- • The hands-free sensor detects objects by in-
following conditions: free sensor, the sensor may not function. Wipe frared light. Never move the sensor. If the lo-
the sensor using a clean cloth. cation of the sensor, angle of the sensor or
• When the Intelligent Key is not carried with you.
direction of light irradiation change, it may
• When the back door is open. • If water is splashed to the area around the
lead to non-operation, incorrect detection or
hands-free sensor, it may cause a malfunc-
other operating malfunctions.
• When automatic operation of the back door is tion.
being performed.
• The operating range j
F of the hands-free sen- • If the automatic open/close operation is per-
formed consecutively, the safety mode acti-
• When the Power back door main switch is not in sor is within 80 mm (3.1 in) of the centre of
vates and the operation cannot be performed
position j1. the sensor.
for a certain period of time. In this case, wait
See, “Power back door main switch” earlier in
CAUTION for a while and then perform the operation.
this section.
The hazard flashes 4 times and the outside chime • The back door may open even if something Power close
other than your hand or luggage enters the
sounds when the back door starts opening. When the back door is fully opened, the back door
operating range of the hands-free sensor
when the Intelligent Key is carried with you. will fully close automatically by:

• Even if the Intelligent Key is carried with you, • pushing the power back door switch j
A on the
the back door cannot be opened when some- instrument panel
thing such as a leather glove which absorbs • pushing the power back door switch j
D on the
the light is put under the hands-free sensor. lower part of the back door
• The back door may not open, if the headlights, • pushing the power back door button j
C on the
sunlight or another light source shines directly key for more than 1 second
on the sensor, or an accessory such as a
frame is attached to the number plate, even if The hazard flashes 4 times and the outside chime
JVP0302XZ
your hand or luggage enters the operating sounds when the back door starts closing.
range of the hands-free sensor when the In- Reverse function
NOTE telligent Key is carried with you.
The power back door will reverse immediately if one
• The back door cannot be closed automati-
• When washing, waxing or maintaining your ve- of the following actions is performed during power
cally by using the hands-free sensor j
E. hicle, placing or replacing the body cover, or open or power close.
splashing water to the area around the hands-

3-26 Pre-driving checks and adjustments


• pushing the power back door switch j
A on the
WARNING
• Do not let children operate the back door.
instrument panel
BACK DOOR RELEASE LEVER
There is a small distance immediately before the
• pushing the power back door switch j
D on the
closed position that cannot be detected. Make
lower part of the back door
sure that all passengers keep their hands, etc.,
• pushing the power back door button C on
j clear from the back door opening before closing
the key. the back door.
The outside chime sounds when the back door starts Manual mode
to reverse.
If power operation is not available, the back door
Auto reverse function can be operated manually. Power operation may not
The auto-reverse function enables the back door to be available if multiple obstacles have been detected
automatically reverse when something is caught in in a single power cycle or if the battery voltage is JVP0280XZ

the back door as it is opening or closing. When the low. When the power back door main switch is in
control unit detects an obstacle, the back door will the OFF position, the back door can be opened
If the back door cannot be opened with the power
reverse and return to the full open or full close posi- manually by pushing the back door opener switch.
door lock switch due to a discharged battery, follow
tion. If the power back door opener switch is pushed
these steps.
during power open or close, the power operation
If a second obstacle is detected, the back door will be cancelled and the back door can be oper- 1. Fold the rear seats down. See “Folding” in the
motion will stop. The back door will enter the manual ated manually. “1. Safety — seats, seat belts and supplemental
mode. restraint system” section.
AUTO CLOSURE (where fitted)
A pinch sensor is mounted on each side of the back 2. Insert a suitable tool in the access opening. Move
door. If an obstacle is detected by the pinch sensor If the back door is pulled down to a partly open posi- the release lever to the right. The back door will
during power close, the back door will reverse and tion, the back door will pull itself to the closed posi- be unlatched.
return to the full open position immediately. tion.
3. Push the back door up to open.
NOTE Do not apply excessive force when the auto clo-
sure is operating. Excessive force applied may Contact a NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop as
If the pinch sensor is damaged or removed, the cause the mechanism to malfunction. soon as possible for repair.
power close function will not operate.
CAUTION
• The back door will automatically close from a
partly open position. To avoid pinching, keep
hands and fingers away from back door open-
ing.

Pre-driving checks and adjustments 3-27


FUEL-FILLER LID

GARAGE MODE SYSTEM WARNING


OPENING FUEL-FILLER LID
The back door can be set to open to a specific
height by performing the following: • Fuel is extremely flammable and highly explo-
sive under certain conditions. You could be
1. Open the back door using the request switch or burned or seriously injured if it is misused or
the Intelligent Key. mishandled. Always stop the engine and do
not smoke or allow open flames or sparks
2. Pull the back door down to the desired position
near the vehicle when refuelling.
and hold the back door (the back door will have
some resistance when being manually adjusted). • Fuel may be under pressure. Turn the cap a
3. While holding the back door in position, press half of a turn, and wait for any “hissing” sound
and hold the back door switch j to stop to prevent fuel from spraying out and
D located on the SPA2336Z
possibly causing personal injury. Then remove
back door for approximately 3 seconds or until 2
the cap.
beeps are heard. To open the fuel-filler lid, pull the fuel-filler lid release
The back door will open to the selected position set- • Use only an original equipment type fuel-filler handle.
ting. To change the position of the back door, re- cap as a replacement. It has a built-in safety
valve needed for proper operation of the fuel FUEL-FILLER CAP
peat steps 1-3 for setting the position of the back
door. system and emission control system. An in-
correct cap can result in a serious malfunc-
CAUTION tion and possible injury.
Do not set the height of the back door below
approximately 1/3 of the way to the floor using
garage mode. Even if you set the height below
approximately 1/3 of the way to the floor, the
height will automatically be set to approximately
1/3 of the way to the floor.
SPA2800Z

The fuel-filler cap is a ratcheting type. Turn the cap


anticlockwise j 1 to remove. Tighten the cap clock-
wise j 2 until ratchet clicks, more than twice, after
refuelling.

3-28 Pre-driving checks and adjustments


STEERING WHEEL MIRRORS

Put the fuel-filler cap on the cap holder j


A while
refuelling. WARNING

CAUTION Adjust the position of all mirrors before driving.


Do not adjust the mirror positions while driving
If fuel is spilled on the vehicle body, flush it away so that full attention may be given to vehicle op-
with water to avoid paint damage. eration.
INSIDE REARVIEW MIRROR
While holding the inside rearview mirror, adjust the
mirror angles until the desired position is achieved.
JVP0301XZ

Manual anti-glare type


WARNING
Never adjust the steering wheel while driving so
that full attention may be given to vehicle opera-
tion.
Pull the lock lever j
1 down and adjust the steering
wheel up, down, forward or rearward to the desired
position. Push the lock lever up securely to lock the
steering wheel in place.
SPA2143Z

Pull the adjusting lever j


1 when the glare from the
headlights of the vehicle behind you obstructs your
vision at night.
Push the adjusting lever j2 during the day for the
best rearward visibility.

Pre-driving checks and adjustments 3-29


Automatic anti-glare type OUTSIDE REARVIEW MIRRORS 2. Adjust each mirror by pushing the switch until
the desired position is achieved j
2.
WARNING Defogging
• Never touch the outside rearview mirrors The outside rearview mirrors will be heated when
while they are in motion. Doing so may pinch the rear window defogger switch is operated.
your fingers or damage the mirror.
Folding
• Never drive the vehicle with the outside rear-
Remote control type:
view mirrors folded. This reduces rear view
visibility and may lead to an accident.
SPA2162Z • Objects viewed in the outside mirror are
closer than they appear (where fitted).
The inside rearview mirror is designed so that it • The picture dimensions and distance in the
automatically changes reflection according to the outside mirrors are not real.
intensity of the headlights of the vehicle following
you.
Adjusting
The anti-glare system will be automatically turned on
when you place the ignition switch in the ON posi- JVP0134XZ

tion.
When the system is turned on, the indicator light j
B The outside rearview mirror remote control operates
will illuminate and excessive glare from the head- when the ignition switch is in the ACC or ON posi-
lights of the vehicle behind you will be reduced. tion.
Push the switch j A for 3 seconds to make the The outside rearview mirrors automatically fold when
inside rearview mirror operate normally and the indi- the outside rearview mirror folding switch is pushed
cator light will turn off. Push the switch again JVP0133XZ in. To unfold, push to the switch again.
for 3 seconds to turn the system on. CAUTION
Do not hang any objects on the mirror or apply The outside rearview mirror remote control operates
Continuously performing the fold/unfold opera-
glass cleaner. Doing so will reduce the sensitivity when the ignition switch is in the ACC or ON posi-
tion of the outside rearview mirror may cause the
of the sensor j C , resulting in improper opera- tion.
switch to stop the operation.
tion. 1. Turn the switch to select the left or right mirror
j1.

3-30 Pre-driving checks and adjustments


PARKING BRAKE

Manual control type: AUTOMATIC OPERATION


WARNING
The electronic parking brake is automatically ap-
• Never drive the vehicle with the parking brake
plied when the engine is turned off with the ignition
applied. The brake will overheat and fail to
switch (for MT model).
operate and will lead to an accident.
The electronic parking brake is automatically re-
• Never release the parking brake from outside
leased as soon as the vehicle starts while the accel-
the vehicle. If the vehicle moves, it will be
erator pedal is depressed.
impossible to push the footbrake pedal and
will lead to an accident. For Xtronic CVT model, the driver’s seat belt needs
to be fastened.
JVP0194XZ
• Never use the shift lever in place of the park-
ing brake. When parking, be sure the parking
brake is fully applied. WARNING
Fold the outside rearview mirror by pushing it to-
ward the rear of the vehicle. • Never leave children or adults who would nor- • The electronic parking brake will not be auto-
mally require the support of others alone in matically applied if the engine is stopped with-
VANITY MIRROR your vehicle. They could unknowingly release out using the ignition switch (for example, by
the parking brake and inadvertently become engine stalling).
involved in a serious accident. • Before leaving the vehicle, move the shift le-
ver to the 1 (1st) or R (Reverse) position (for
MT model) or P (Park) position (Xtronic CVT
model) and check that the electronic parking
brake warning light is illuminated to
confirm that the electronic parking brake is
applied. The electronic parking brake warning
light will remain on for a period of time after
the driver’s door is locked.
SPA1733Z
CAUTION
JVP0310XZ
To use the front vanity mirror, pull down the sun When parking in an area where the outside tem-
visor and pull up the cover. perature is below 0 °C (32 °F), do not apply the
The electronic parking brake can be applied or re- parking brake to prevent it from freezing.
leased automatically or by operating the parking
brake switch.

Pre-driving checks and adjustments 3-31


For safe parking, place the shift lever in the 1 NOTE • When pulling the electronic parking brake
(1st) or R (Reverse) position (MT model) or P switch up with the ignition switch in the OFF
(Park) position (Xtronic CVT model) and securely • A buzzer will sound if the vehicle is driven
or ACC position, the parking brake switch in-
without releasing the parking brake. See
block the wheels. dicator light will continue to illuminate for a
“Parking brake reminder chime” in the “2. In-
short period of time.
NOTE struments and controls” section.
• When towing a trailer
• To keep the electronic parking brake released While the electronic parking brake is applied
after the engine is turned off, place the igni- or released, an operating sound is heard from Depending on the weight of the vehicle and trailer
tion switch in the OFF position, depress the the lower side of the rear seat. This is normal and the steepness of the slope, there may be a ten-
brake pedal and push down the parking brake and does not indicate a malfunction. dency for the vehicle to move backwards when start-
switch before opening the driver’s door. ing from a standstill. When this occurs, you can use
• When the electronic parking brake is
the parking brake switch in the same way as a con-
• If a malfunction occurs in the electric parking frequently applied and released in a short pe-
ventional lever type parking brake.
brake system (for example, due to battery dis- riod of time, the parking brake may not oper-
charge), contact a NISSAN dealer or qualified ate in order to prevent the parking brake sys- Before starting on sloping roads when towing a
workshop. tem from overheating. If this occurs, operate trailer, be sure to read the following to prevent the
the electronic parking brake switch again af- vehicle from moving backward unintentionally.
MANUAL OPERATION ter waiting approximately 1 minute.
1. Pull and hold the parking brake switch while de-
The electronic parking brake will not be automati-
cally applied if the engine is stopped without using
• If the electronic parking brake must be ap- pressing the accelerator pedal and engaging the
plied while driving in an emergency, pull up clutch (MT models).
the ignition switch (for example, by engine stalling). and hold the parking brake switch. When you
In such a case, you have to apply the parking brake 2. Release the parking brake switch as soon as the
release the parking brake switch, the parking
manually. engine is delivering enough torque to the wheels.
brake will be released.
To apply: Pull the switch up j
1 . The indicator light
jA will illuminate.
• While pulling up the electronic parking brake
switch during driving, the parking brake is ap-
To release: With the ignition switch in the ON posi- plied and a chime sounds. The electronic
tion, depress the brake pedal and push the switch parking brake warning light in the meter and
down j 2 . The indicator light j
A will turn off. in the parking brake switch illuminate. This
does not indicate a malfunction. The elec-
Before driving, check that the electronic parking tronic parking brake warning light in the meter
brake warning light goes out. For additional and in the parking brake switch turn off when
information, see “ Electronic parking brake warning the parking brake is released.
light” in the “2. Instruments and controls” section.

3-32 Pre-driving checks and adjustments


NOTE

Pre-driving checks and adjustments 3-33


4 Display screen, heater and air conditioner,
and audio system

Safety precautions ................................................... 4-2 Manual air conditioner and heater ....................... 4-26
Centre multi-function control panel (models with Automatic air conditioner and heater ................... 4-28
navigation system) ................................................... 4-2 Servicing air conditioner ..................................... 4-29
How to use touch screen display ........................ 4-3 Heated Windscreen button (where fitted)................. 4-30
How to use brightness control/display on/off ThermaClear Heated Windscreen (where
button................................................................. 4-3 fitted).................................................................. 4-30
How to use ENTER/Scroll dial ............................ 4-3 Audio system (where fitted)...................................... 4-30
How to use BACK button ................................... 4-4 Audio operation precautions ............................... 4-30
Vehicle information and settings (models with Antenna.............................................................. 4-38
navigation system) ................................................... 4-4 FM-AM Radio with Compact Disc (CD) player
How to use INFO button..................................... 4-4 (Type A) ............................................................. 4-39
How to use SETUP button.................................. 4-4 FM-AM Radio with Compact Disc (CD) player
Around view monitor (where fitted)........................... 4-6 (Type B) ............................................................. 4-47
Available views ................................................... 4-7 NissanConnect App smartphone integration
Difference between predictive and actual (where fitted) ...................................................... 4-53
distances............................................................ 4-10 USB (Universal Serial Bus) connection port ........ 4-53
How to switch the display ................................... 4-11 AUX (Auxiliary) input jack .................................... 4-54
Camera aiding corner sensor function (where Steering wheel mounted controls for audio ......... 4-54
fitted).................................................................. 4-11 Disc/USB memory care and cleaning.................. 4-55
Moving Object Detection (MOD) function Car phone or CB radio (where fitted)....................... 4-55
(where fitted) ...................................................... 4-12 Bluetooth® Hands-Free Phone System (Type A)...... 4-56
Park Assist (PA) (where fitted) ............................ 4-14 Regulatory information ........................................ 4-56
How to adjust the screen .................................... 4-22 Control buttons and microphone......................... 4-57
Operating tips..................................................... 4-23 Bluetooth® settings ............................................ 4-57
Vents....................................................................... 4-23 Using the system ................................................ 4-59
Centre vents....................................................... 4-23 General settings ................................................. 4-62
Side vents .......................................................... 4-24 Bluetooth® Hands-Free Phone System (Type B)...... 4-63
Rear vents (where fitted)..................................... 4-24 Regulatory information ........................................ 4-63
Heater and air conditioner........................................ 4-24 Control buttons and microphone......................... 4-64
Operating tips (for automatic air conditioner)....... 4-25 Pairing procedure ............................................... 4-64
Phonebook ......................................................... 4-64 Ending a call....................................................... 4-65
Making a call ...................................................... 4-64 Bluetooth® settings ............................................ 4-65
Receiving a call................................................... 4-65 Telephone setup ................................................. 4-65
During a call ....................................................... 4-65
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS CENTRE MULTI-FUNCTION CONTROL PANEL (models with navigation
system)

WARNING
• Do not adjust the display controls, heater and
air conditioner controls or audio controls while
driving, so that full attention may be given to
vehicle operation.
• If you noticed any foreign objects entering the
system hardware, spilled liquid on the sys-
tem, or noticed smoke or fumes coming out
from the system, or any other unusual opera-
tion is observed, stop using the system imme-
diately and contact the nearest NISSAN dealer
or qualified workshop. Ignoring such condi-
tions may lead to an accident, fire or electric
shock.
• Do not disassemble or modify this system. If
you do, it may lead to an accident, fire, or
electric shock.
CAUTION
To prevent battery discharge, do not use the sys-
tem for extended periods of time when the en-
gine is not running. JVH0829X

1. Display screen (P. 4-3) 5. Brightness control/display on/off button


(P. 4-3)
2. For navigation system control buttons refer to
the separate Navigation System Owner’s 6. ENTER/Scroll dial (P. 4-3)
Manual.
7. BACK button (P. 4-4)
3. INFO button (P. 4-4)
8. SETUP button (P.4-4)
4. Power/VOLUME dial (P. 4-48)

4-2 Display screen, heater and air conditioner, and audio system
HOW TO USE TOUCH SCREEN Touch screen operation • Delete:
DISPLAY Deletes the last entered character with one
touch. Touch and hold the delete key to delete all
WARNING of the characters.
• The glass display screen may break if it is hit • OK:
with a hard or sharp object. If the glass screen
Completes the character input.
breaks, do not touch it. Doing so could result
in an injury. Touch screen maintenance
• To clean the display, never use a rough cloth, To clean the display screen, use a dry, soft cloth. If
alcohol, benzine, thinner or any kind of sol- additional cleaning is necessary, use a small amount
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vent or paper towel with a chemical cleaning of neutral detergent with a soft cloth. Never spray
agent. They will scratch or deteriorate the the screen with water or detergent. Dampen the
panel. Selecting items: cloth first and then wipe the screen.
• Do not splash any liquid such as water or car Touch an item to select. For example, to select the
HOW TO USE BRIGHTNESS
fragrance on the display. Contact with liquid [Treble] key, touch the [Treble] key on the screen.
Touch up/down arrow j 1 on the screen to display CONTROL/DISPLAY ON/OFF
will cause the system to malfunction.
the previous or the next page. BUTTON
To help ensure safe driving, some functions cannot
Adjusting items: Push the brightness control/display on/off [ ]
be operated while driving.
button to change the display brightness between
The on-screen functions that are not available while Touch the [+] or [-] j
2 key to adjust the settings of day mode and night mode. While the mode is being
driving will be “greyed out” or muted. an item. displayed, the brightness can be adjusted using the
Entering characters: scrolling dial.
Park the vehicle in a safe location and then operate
the navigation system. Touch the letter or number key on the keyboard Push and hold the brightness control/display on/off
screen. Options below are available when inputting [ ] button for more than 2 seconds to turn the
CAUTION
characters. display off. Push the button again to turn the display
• ALWAYS give your full attention to driving.
• 123/ABC: on.
• Avoid using vehicle features that could dis-
Changes the keyboard between numbers and HOW TO USE ENTER/SCROLL DIAL
tract you. If distracted, you could lose control
alphabets. Turn the ENTER/Scroll dial to select items on the
of your vehicle and cause an accident.
screen and to adjust the levels of setting items. Push
• Space:
the dial to confirm the selected item or setting.
Inserts a space.

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VEHICLE INFORMATION AND SETTINGS (models with navigation system)

HOW TO USE BACK BUTTON Vehicle information can be checked and various set- HOW TO USE SETUP BUTTON
tings can be adjusted on the display.
Push the BACK button to return to the previous
screen. Designs and items displayed on the screen may
vary depending on the models and specifications.
HOW TO USE INFO BUTTON
Push the INFO button to display the following infor-
mation on the display screen.
Available items:
• My Apps JVH0647XZ

• Traffic Messages Example

• Eco Score Push the SETUP button to view and adjust the fol-
lowing setting items.
My Apps
Available items:
Some application services can be used with this
system when linked to your smartphone. For details, • Audio
see “NissanConnect App smartphone integration
(where fitted)” later in this section.
• Navigation
• Telephone & Bluetooth
Traffic Messages
• System
Traffic Messages can be displayed on the display
screen when available. Refer to the separate Navi- – Display
gation System Owner’s Manual for details. – Clock
Eco Score – Language
The Eco Score feature analyses driving behaviour – Camera Display Settings (where fitted)
and provides an overall score.
– Temperature Unit
– Touch Click
– Beep Tones
– Factory Settings

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• Traffic Messages Navigation settings Clock:
• Radio Navigation settings can be changed. See Naviga- Select the corresponding keys to adjust the set-
tion System Owner’s Manual for details. tings.
Audio settings
Audio settings can be adjusted from the audio setup Telephone & Bluetooth settings • Time Format:
screen. Telephone & Bluetooth settings can be changed. The time setting can be selected from 12 hour
See “Bluetooth® Hands-Free Phone System and 24 hour formats.
1. Push the SETUP button.
2. Select the [Audio] key.
(Type B)” later in this section for details. • Date Format:
System settings The day, month and year display can be selected
3. Select the item you wish to adjust. from five formats.
Various system settings can be adjusted from the
Bass/Treble/Balance/Fade: system settings. • Clock Mode:
Touch the adjustment bar next to the corresponding
1. Push the SETUP button. Select the clock mode from Manual, Time Zone
keys on the display to adjust the tone quality and
and Auto.
speaker balance. 2. Select the [System] key.
When [Manual] is selected, you can set the clock
The levels of these features can also be adjusted 3. Select the item you wish to adjust.
mode manually from the [SET CLOCK MANU-
with the ENTER/Scroll dial. See “FM-AM Radio with Display: ALLY] screen.
Compact Disc (CD) player (Type B)” later in this
section for audio operations. Select the corresponding keys to adjust the set- Select [Auto] to automatically maintain the time
tings. using GPS.
Speed Sensitive Vol.:
Speed sensitive volume function increases the vol-
• Brightness: • Set Clock Manually:
ume of the audio system as the speed of the vehicle Adjusts the brightness of the display. Mode (AM/PM) (where fitted), Hours, Minutes,
increases. Choose the desired effect level from 0 Day, Month and Year can be set manually if
(OFF) to 5. The higher the setting, the more the vol-
• Display Mode:
[Manual] is selected in the Clock Mode setting.
ume increases in relation to vehicle speed. Adjusts to fit the level of lighting in the vehicle.
Touch the [Display Mode] key to cycle through • Daylight Savings Time:
AUX Level:
options of the mode (Day, Night and Auto). Turns the daylight savings time on or off.
This feature controls the volume level of incoming
sound when an auxiliary device is connected to the • Scroll Direction: • Time Zone:
system. Select the level from [Low] (Quiet), [Me- Adjusts the direction of the menu scroll. Choose Select the applicable time zone from the list.
dium], and [High] (Loud). either the up arrow or the down arrow.

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AROUND VIEW MONITOR
(where fitted)

Language: Radio settings


Select a language to be displayed on the screen. RDS and Traffic Announcement (TA) related set-
Camera Display Settings (where fitted): tings can be turned on or off. When this item is
turned on, the received traffic announcement infor-
See “How to adjust the screen” later in this section
mation will be tuned to automatically when received.
for details.
Traffic Announcement (TA) information can be re-
Temperature Unit:
ceived only in the area where the service is avail-
Select the temperature unit from °C and °F. able.
Touch Click: JVH0658XZ
Turns the touchscreen click feature on or off. When
turned on, a click sound will be heard every time a With the ignition switch in the ON position, push the
key on the screen is touched. CAMERA button or move the shift lever to the R
Beep Tones: (Reverse) position to operate the Around View Moni-
Turns the beep tones feature on or off. When turned tor. The monitor displays various views of the posi-
on, a beep sound will be heard as a pop-up mes- tion of the vehicle.
sage appears on the screen. Available views:
Factory Settings: • Bird’s-eye View
Select this key to return all settings to default. The surrounding view of the vehicle.
Traffic Messages settings • Front-side View
Traffic information guidance, announcement and The view around and ahead of the front passen-
warning settings can be adjusted. ger’s side wheel.
Traffic Announcement (TA) information can be re- • Front View
ceived only in the area where the service is avail-
able. The view to the front of the vehicle.
• Rear View
The view to the rear of the vehicle.
The system is designed as an aid to the driver in
situations such as slot parking or parallel parking.

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CAUTION
WARNING
Clean the camera lens with soft cloth to keep it
• The Around View Monitor is a convenient fea- free from dirt, snow, etc. Do not scratch the lens
ture but it is not a substitute for proper ve- when cleaning.
hicle operation because it has areas where
objects cannot be viewed. Always look out AVAILABLE VIEWS
the windows and check mirrors to be sure
that it is safe to move. WARNING
• The driver is always responsible for safety dur- • The distance guide line and the vehicle width
ing parking and other manoeuvres. line should be used as a reference only when
the vehicle is on a paved, level surface. The
• Do not use the Around View Monitor with the
distance viewed on the monitor is for refer-
outside mirror in the stored position, and
ence only and may be different than the ac-
make sure that the back door is securely
tual distance between the vehicle and dis-
closed when operating the vehicle using the
played objects.
Around View Monitor.
• The distance between objects viewed on the • Use the displayed lines and the bird’s-eye
Around View Monitor differs from the actual view as a reference. The lines and the bird’s-
eye view are greatly affected by the number
distance.
of occupants, fuel level, vehicle position, road
• The cameras are installed above the front condition and road grade.
grille, the outside mirrors and above the rear
number plate. Do not put anything on the • If the tyres are replaced with different sized
cameras. tyres, the predictive course line and the bird’s-
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eye view may be displayed incorrectly.
• When washing the vehicle with high-pressure
• When driving the vehicle up a hill, objects
There are some areas where the system will not dis- water, be sure not to spray it around the cam-
eras. Otherwise, water may enter the camera viewed in the monitor are further than they
play objects. When in the front or the rear view dis-
unit causing water condensation on the lens, appear. When driving the vehicle down a hill,
play, an object below the bumper or on the ground
a malfunction, fire or an electric shock. objects viewed in the monitor are closer than
may not be displayed j 1 . When in the bird’s-eye
they appear.
view, a tall object near the seam of the camera de-
tecting areas will not appear in the monitor j2. • Do not strike the cameras. They are precision
• Use the mirrors or actually look to properly
instruments. Doing so could cause a malfunc-
tion or cause damage resulting in a fire or an judge distances to other objects.
electric shock.

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• The vehicle width and predictive course lines • Red line j
1 : approx. 0.5 m (1.5 ft) • The displayed lines on the rear view will ap-
are wider than the actual width and course. pear slightly off to the right because the rear
• Yellow line j
2 : approx.1 m (3 ft)
view camera is not installed in the rear centre
Front and rear view • Green line j
3 : approx. 2 m (7 ft) of the vehicle.
• Green line j
4 : approx. 3 m (10 ft) NOTE
Vehicle width guide lines j
5: When the monitor displays the front view and the
Indicate the vehicle width when reversing. steering wheel turns about 90 degrees or less
from the neutral position, both the right and left
6:
Predictive course lines j predictive course lines j6 are displayed. When
Indicate the predictive course when operating the the steering wheel turns about 90 degrees or
vehicle. The predictive course lines will be displayed more, a predictive course line is displayed only
on the monitor when the steering wheel is turned. on the opposite side of the turn.
SAA1840Z The predictive course lines will move depending on Bird’s-eye view
Front view how much the steering wheel is turned and will not
be displayed while the steering wheel is in the
straight ahead position.
The front view will not be displayed when the vehicle
speed is above 10 km/h (6 MPH).

WARNING
• The distance between objects viewed in the
rear view may differ from the actual distance.
Objects in the monitor will appear visually op- SAA1841Z

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Rear view outside mirrors. The bird’s-eye view shows the overhead view of the
Guiding lines, which indicate the vehicle width and • On a snow-covered or slippery road, there vehicle which helps confirm the vehicle position and
distances to objects with reference to the vehicle may be a difference between the predictive the predicted course to a parking space.
body line jA , are displayed on the monitor. course line and the actual course line. The vehicle icon j 1 shows the position of the ve-
Distance guide lines: hicle. Note that the distance between objects viewed
in the bird’s-eye view differs from the actual dis-
Indicate distances from the vehicle body.
tance.

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The areas that the cameras cannot cover j
2 are Front-side view CAUTION
indicated in black.
• Do not scratch the camera lens when clean-
After the ignition switch is placed in the ON position, ing dirt or snow.
the nonviewable area j 2 is highlighted in yellow for
3 seconds after the bird’s-eye view is displayed. • The turn signal light may overlap with the side-
of-vehicle line. This is not a malfunction.
When the corner of the vehicle moves closer to an
object, the corner sensor indicators j 3 (where fit-
ted) appear. See “Parking sensor system (where
fitted)” in the “5. Starting and driving” section for
more information.
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WARNING
Guiding lines:
• Objects in the bird’s-eye view will appear fur-
ther than the actual distance because the Guiding lines that indicate the width and the front
bird’s-eye view is a pseudo view that is pro- end of the vehicle are displayed on the monitor.
cessed by combining the views from the cam-
eras on the outside mirrors, the front and the The front-of-vehicle line j
1 shows the front part of
rear of the vehicle. the vehicle.
The side-of-vehicle line j
2 shows the vehicle width
• Tall objects, such as a kerb or vehicle, may be
including the outside mirrors.
misaligned or not displayed at the seam of
the views. The extensions j3 of both the front j
1 and side j
2
lines are shown with a green dotted line.
• Objects that are above the camera cannot be
displayed. The corner sensor indicator j 4 (where fitted) will
appear when a corner of the vehicle moves closer to
• The view for the bird’s-eye view may be mis-
an object. The corner sensor indicator j 4 (where
aligned when the camera position alters.
fitted) can be turned off when the Front Sensor set-
• A line on the ground may be misaligned and is ting is turned off on the vehicle information display.
not seen as being straight at the seam of the See “Driver Assistance (where fitted)” in the “2. In-
views. The misalignment will increase as the struments and controls” section.
line proceeds away from the vehicle.

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DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PREDICTIVE B.
actual 1 m (3 ft) distance on the hill is the place j actual 1 m (3 ft) distance on the hill is the place j
B.
AND ACTUAL DISTANCES Note that any object on the hill is viewed in the moni- Note that any object on the hill is viewed in the moni-
tor further than it appears. tor closer than it appears.
Reversing on a steep uphill
Reversing on a steep downhill Reversing near a projecting object

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When reversing the vehicle up a hill, the distance


guide lines and the vehicle width guide lines are When reversing the vehicle down a hill, the distance The predictive course lines jA do not touch the
shown closer than the actual distance. For example, guide lines and the vehicle width guide lines are object on the display. However, the vehicle may hit
the display shows 1 m (3 ft) to the place j
A , but the shown further than the actual distance. For example, the object if it projects over the actual moving
the display shows 1 m (3 ft) to the place j
A , but the course.

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Reversing behind a projecting object HOW TO SWITCH THE DISPLAY The display automatically changes to the Around
View Monitor displaying front view/bird’s-eye view
when:
• The shift lever is in the D (Drive) position (Xtronic
CVT model) or the shift lever is out of the R
(Reverse) position (MT model), and the parking
sensor (where fitted) detects that the vehicle is
approaching an object.
The display will switch back to the previously dis-
played screen from the Around View Monitor screen
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• The shift lever is in the D (Drive) position (Xtronic
With the ignition switch in the ON position, push the CVT model) or the shift lever is out of the R
CAMERA button or move the shift lever to the R (Reverse) position (MT model), and the vehicle
(Reverse) position to operate the Around View Moni- speed increases above approximately 10 km/h
tor. (6 MPH).
The Around View Monitor can display two split • A different screen is selected.
views.
CAMERA AIDING CORNER SENSOR
If the shift lever is not in the R (Reverse) position, the
FUNCTION (where fitted)
available views are:
When the corner of the vehicle moves closer to the
• Front view/bird’s-eye view split screen object while the Around View Monitor is displayed,
JVH0211X • Front view/front-side view split screen an indicator is displayed and a tone is sounded by
the corner sensor function to warn the driver.
If the shift lever is in the R (Reverse) position, the
The position j C is shown further than the position available views are: The colour of the corner sensor indicator and the
jB in the display. However, the position j
C is actu- pattern of the tone vary according to the distance to
ally at the same distance as the position j A . The
• Rear view/bird’s-eye view split screen
the object.
vehicle may hit the object when reversing to the • Rear view/front-side view split screen
position j A if the object projects over the actual
moving course.
• Rear view

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Keep the corner sensors (located on the front and CAUTION • When the shift lever is in the R (Reverse) posi-
rear bumper fascia) free from snow, ice and large tion and the vehicle speed is below approximately
Keep the interior of the vehicle as quiet as pos-
accumulations of dirt. Do not clean the sensors with 8 km/h (5 MPH), the MOD system detects mov-
sible to hear the tone clearly.
sharp objects. If the sensors are covered, the accu- ing objects in the rear view. The MOD system
racy of the corner sensor function will be dimin- MOVING OBJECT DETECTION (MOD) will not operate if the back door is open.
ished. FUNCTION (where fitted) The MOD system does not detect moving objects in
The tone sound and the sensor indicator display can The Moving Object Detection (MOD) system can the front-side view. The MOD icon is not displayed
be turn on/off, and the volume of the tone sound and inform the driver of moving objects when driving out on the screen when in this view.
the sensor detection range can be adjusted. (See of garages, maneuvering into parking lots and in
“Driver Assistance (where fitted)” in the “2. Instru- other such instances. WARNING
ments and controls” section.)
The MOD system detects moving objects by using • The MOD system is not a substitute for proper
image processing technology on the image shown vehicle operation and does not prevent con-
WARNING
on the display. The rear view camera is equipped tact with the objects surrounding the vehicle.
• The corner sensor function is not designed to with the automatic washer function using window When maneuvering, always use the outside
prevent the object. washer fluid. mirror and inside rearview mirror and turn and
look to check the surroundings to make sure
• The colours of the corner sensor indicator and The MOD system operates in the following condi-
it is safe to manoeuvre.
the distance guide lines in the front/rear view tions when the camera view is displayed:
indicate different distances to the object.
• When the shift lever is in the P (Park) or N (Neu- • The system is deactivated at speeds above 10
km/h (6 MPH). It is reactivated at lower
• Inclement weather may affect the function of tral) position (Xtronic CVT model) or the shift
speeds.
the corner sensor system; this may include lever is out of the R (Reverse) position (MT
reduced performance or a false activation. model) and the vehicle is stopped, the MOD sys- • The system is not designed to prevent contact
tem detects the moving objects in the bird’s-eye with all objects.
• This function is designed as an aid to the driver
view. The MOD system will not operate if the
in detecting large stationary objects to help
outside mirror is moving in or out or if either door
• The MOD system is not designed to detect
avoid damaging the vehicle. The system will surrounding stationary objects.
is opened.
not detect small objects below the bumper,
When the MOD system detects a moving object
and may not detect objects that are too close • When the shift lever is in the D (Drive) position surrounding the vehicle, the yellow frame will be dis-
to the bumper or on the ground. (Xtronic CVT model) or the shift lever is out of played on the view where the objects are detected
the R (Reverse) position (MT model), and the
• If your vehicle sustains damage to the bumper
vehicle speed is below approximately 8 km/h (5
and a chime will sound once. While the MOD sys-
fascia, leaving it misaligned or bent, the sens- tem continues to detect moving objects, the yellow
MPH), the MOD system detects moving objects frame continues to be displayed.
ing zone may be altered causing inaccurate
in the front view.
measurement of obstacles or false alarms.

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The MOD icon j 3 is displayed in blue in the view • The MOD system performance will be limited
where the MOD system is operative. The MOD icon according to environmental conditions and
j3 is displayed in grey in the view where the MOD surrounding objects such as:
system is not operative.
– When there is low contrast between back-
If the MOD system is turned off, the MOD icon j
3 ground and the moving objects.
is not displayed.
– When there is blinking source of light.
The MOD system will activate automatically under
– When strong light such as another vehi-
the following conditions:
cle’s headlight or sunlight is present.
JVH0872XZ • When the shift lever is in the R (Reverse) posi-
– When there is dirt, water drops or snow on
bird’s-eye view tion.
the camera lens.
• When the CAMERA button is pushed to switch
– When the position of the moving objects in
from a different screen to the camera view on the
the display is not changed.
display.
• When vehicle speed decreases below approxi- • The MOD system might detect flowing water
droplets on the camera lens, white smoke
mately 8 km/h (5 MPH).
from the muffler, moving shadows, etc.
• When the ignition switch is placed in the OFF
• The MOD system may not function properly
position and then back to the ON position.
depending on the speed, direction, distance
The MOD system can be set to remain inactive in or shape of the moving objects.
the vehicle information display. (See “Driver Assis-
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tance (where fitted)” in the “2. Instruments and • If your vehicle sustains damage to the parts
front view/rear view where the camera is installed, leaving it mis-
controls” section.)
aligned or bent, the sensing zone may be al-
In the bird’s-eye view, the yellow frame j1 is dis-
tered and the MOD system may not detect
played on each camera image (front, rear, right, left) WARNING objects properly.
depending on where moving objects are detected.
The yellow frame j2 is displayed on view in the front
• Excessive noise (for example, audio system
• When the temperature is extremely high or
volume or open vehicle window) will interfere low, the screen may not display objects
view or rear view modes. with the chime sound, and it may not be heard. clearly. This is not a malfunction.
While the sensor is beeping, the MOD system does
not chime.

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Turning the MOD system on or off WARNING
Parallel parking
The MOD system is turned on or off using the ve- Displayed keys and icons:
hicle information display. See “Driver Assistance • PA is designed to support the driver’s steer-
ing wheel operation in a parking lot. It does
(where fitted)” in the “2. Instruments and controls”
not automatically lower the vehicle speed or
section.
avoid contact with objects. As when perform-
MOD malfunction ing ordinary parking manoeuvres, always look
out the windows and check with your own
When the orange MOD icon is displayed in the view,
eyes to be sure that the surrounding and road
the system is not functioning properly. This will not
conditions are safe for the manoeuvres be-
hinder normal driving operation but the system
fore operating the vehicle. Operate the ve-
should be inspected by a NISSAN dealer or quali-
hicle slowly during the parking manoeuvres. If
fied workshop.
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Camera maintenance near the vehicle, avoid making contact by us-


ing the brakes and performing other manoeu-
If dirt, rain or snow accumulates on the camera, the vres.
MOD system may not operate properly. Clean the
camera. • Do not touch the spoke of the steering wheel
while the PA is operating. It could cause inju-
The camera washer operates automatically when ries to hands or fingers. Keep neckties,
dirt is detected on the camera during driving. The scarves. etc. away from the steering wheel
washer then stops operation after a period of time. since they may get entangled and cause un-
PARK ASSIST (PA) (where fitted) expected accidents.
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This system will operate the steering wheel to park


the vehicle in the parking space set by the driver on
the bird’s-eye view screen (perpendicular mode), or
measured by parking sensors in the left/right side of
the front bumper (parallel mode). Screen guidance
for the shift lever operation is also provided during
the parking manoeuvres.

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Parallel parking operation 1 Starting the system:
j

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1
j :
Touch this key to activate the PA system.
• Drive forward at reduced speed.

2
j :
• Push the CAMERA button, and touch on
the display.
The green PA icon indicates that the PA is
NOTE
operating.
3 Cancel:
j • At a vehicle speed over 30 km/h (19 MPH),
the system will close and the display will dis-
Touch this key to cancel the PA operation. appear.
4
j : • If the bird’s-eye view is not displayed on the
front passenger side of the screen, push the
Touch this key to select perpendicular mode.
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CAMERA button until the bird’s-eye view is
5
j : displayed.
Indicates that an automated steering control is • At a vehicle speed over 10 km/h (6 MPH), the
operating. camera view will not display.
• Parallel parking mode is selected by default.

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2 Finding a parking space:
j 4 Moving the vehicle backward:
j 5 Finishing the parking operation:
j
When the vehicle is positioned in the parking space,
depress the brake and stop the vehicle. Touch the
[Cancel] key to terminate the PA system.
NOTE
• Make any necessary adjustments manually
and make turns in reverse as required. De-
pending on the situation, shift lever opera-
tions may be required several times for ma-
JVH0837XZ JVH0838XZ neuvering the vehicle into the parking space.
• If the vehicle reaches the approximate area of
• Slowly move the vehicle forward, and the system • Place the shift lever in the R (Reverse) position. the target parking space found, a chime will
will search for a parking space. sound. A message indicating that the PA op-
• Gently place hands on the steering wheel (the eration is finishing will appear on the display
• The system will indicate that a parking space has steering wheel will be operated automatically) and the PA operation will terminate automati-
been found. and slowly move the vehicle in reverse into the cally.
parking space by moderating the amount of pres-
NOTE sure you apply to the brake. Deactivation of PA:
• Use the turn signal switch to select the pre-
• Stop the vehicle completely when the vehicle The PA will deactivate under the following condi-
ferred side for parking. reaches the proper position to change the move- tions.
• The system cannot detect a parking space ment direction. Then change the shift lever for • When the steering wheel is operated manually.
that is not bordered by objects such as ve- forward or rearward movement. Repetitions of
hicles. this operation may be required for aligning the • When the shift lever is placed in the P (Park)
vehicle straight. position (Xtronic CVT model).
3 Moving the vehicle forward:
j
Slowly move the vehicle forward further to the posi- NOTE • When 5 seconds have passed since the shift
lever was placed and kept in the N (Neutral)
tion for reversing, and then stop the vehicle com-
pletely. The system will provide guidance using
• The system will guide the vehicle to a position position.
where a direction change is required.
chime, indicating that the vehicle has reached the • When the system judges that the conditions
proper position for starting the automatic steering • A warning chime will sound when the vehicle (such as worn out or low pressure tyres, road
operation. speed exceeds the speed limit for the PA op- conditions, etc.) are not suitable for correct
eration. course predictions.

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• When the vehicle speed exceeds approximately 8 Clearance guidelines (red):
j
7 km/h (4 MPH).
Indicates an approximate space required for
• When the parking operation by the driver devi- parking.
ates from the PA guidance to some extent.
9 Reverse starting position rectangle (green):
j
Perpendicular parking Indicates a position at which to make a turn in
Displayed keys and icons: reverse.
j
10 :

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Indicates that an automated steering control is
operating.

1
j :
Touch this key to activate the PA system.
2 Target parking rectangle (blue):
j
Indicates the target parking position.
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3
j :
The green PA icon indicates that the PA is
operating.
4 Cancel:
j
Touch this key to cancel the PA operation.
5 Start:
j
Touch this key to start the PA operation.
6
j :
JVH0910XZ Touch this key to select the parallel mode.
7
j :
Touch this key to adjust the location of the
target parking rectangle.

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Perpendicular parking operation 2 Setting the target parking position and
j
starting the operation:

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JVH0842XZ
NOTE
If the bird’s-eye view is not displayed on the 1. Slowly move the vehicle forward and stop ap-
front passenger side of the screen, push the proximately 1 m (3 ft) beside the parking space.
CAMERA button until the bird’s-eye view is Adjust the target parking rectangle (blue) posi-
displayed. tion by touching .
3. Touch to select the perpendicular parking NOTE
mode.
• Use the turn signal switch to select a pre-
ferred side for parking.
• The target parking rectangle needs to be
positioned near the actual parking space
JVH0840X before fine adjustments can be made by
touching . The instructions for vehicle
1 Starting the system and selecting parking
j movement during the adjustment are as
mode: follows.
1. Stop the vehicle near the space where you wish – Check the position of the lines and rect-
to park. JVH0911XZ angles with the actual parking space
on the screen while the vehicle is not in
2. Push the CAMERA button and touch on motion.
the display.

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– Move the vehicle at a low speed while • The steering wheel is in the straight position. NOTE
checking the surroundings for safety
with your own eyes. • The shift lever is in the positions for forward A warning chime will sound when the vehicle
movement, such as D (Drive) position (Xtronic speed exceeds the speed limit for the PA opera-
– Stop the vehicle again to make sure CVT model) or 1 (1st) position (MT model). tion.
that the vehicle position is in the right
3 Moving the vehicle forward:
j 4 Moving the vehicle backward:
j
place.
• Make sure that any objects are located out-
side the clearance guidelines (red). Other-
wise, the vehicle may hit the objects dur-
ing the manoeuvres. Refer to the following
examples.
Example of perpendicular parking:

JVH0843XZ JVH0844XZ

• Gently place hands on the steering wheel (the • Place the shift lever in the R (Reverse) position.
steering wheel will be operated automatically)
and slowly move the vehicle forward to the re- • Gently place hands on the steering wheel (the
steering wheel will be operated automatically)
verse starting position rectangle (green) by mod-
and slowly move the vehicle in reverse into the
erating the amount of pressure you apply to the
parking space by moderating the amount of pres-
JVH0719XZ brake.
sure you apply to the brake.
• Stop the vehicle completely when the vehicle 5 Finishing the parking operation:
j
1 : Good example
j reaches the reverse starting position rectangle
(green). When the vehicle is positioned in the parking space,
2 : Bad example
j depress on the brake and stop the vehicle. Touch
2. Touch the [Start] key on the screen.
• Depress the brake pedal and stop the vehicle the [Cancel] key to terminate the PA system.
completely when it approaches another vehicle
The PA operation can be started when the fol- or object, or when the vehicle reaches the re-
lowing conditions are met. verse starting position.

• The vehicle is completely stopped.

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NOTE 2. Touch the arrow on the screen for fine adjust- • When the system judges that the conditions
ments of the target parking rectangle (blue) posi- (such as worn out or low pressure tyres, road
• Make any necessary adjustments manually
tion. conditions, etc.) are not suitable for correct
and make turns in reverse as required. De-
course predictions.
pending on the situation, shift lever opera- Fine adjustments may be required at parking lots
tions may be required several times for ma- without parking lines or when the automatic fine • When the vehicle backs up to a position behind
neuvering the vehicle into the parking space. adjustments using the parking lines do not work. the place from which PA operation started.
• If the vehicle reaches the approximate area of Make sure that any objects are located outside • When the vehicle passes the reverse starting
the target parking space, a chime will sound. the clearance guidelines (red). position by over 2 m (7 ft).
A message indicating that the PA operation is
ending will appear on the display and the sys-
Operating tips: • When the vehicle speed exceeds approximately
7 km/h (4 MPH).
tem will terminate automatically. • When the target parking rectangle (blue) does
Adjusting the target parking position:
not fit in the actual parking space following the • When the parking operation by the driver devi-
correct procedure, check the surroundings and ates from the PA guidance to some extent.
adjust the location of your vehicle.
Safety notes
• Up to approximately 70 cm (27 in) of fine adjust-
ments can be made. WARNING
Deactivation of PA:
• Do not drive looking only at the screen. It could
The PA will deactivate under the following condi- cause unexpected accidents or cause the ve-
tions. hicle to contact surrounding objects.
• When the steering wheel is operated manually. • When assistance from the PA is no longer nec-
essary, turn off the PA by touching the Cancel
JVH0917XZ
• When the shift lever is placed in the P (Park)
key on the screen. If the PA remains on, the
position (Xtronic CVT model).
steering wheel may operate automatically and
When setting a target parking position, you can
make a fine adjustment of the target parking rect-
• When 5 seconds have passed since the shift may cause unexpected accidents.
lever was placed and kept in the N (Neutral)
angle (blue) position. position. • Make sure that there is enough space for
parking manoeuvres before starting to use the
1. Touch on the screen. • When reverse operations are conducted more PA.
than 10 times for steering corrections.
At parking lots with parking lines on the ground,
the PA system will search for the lines and make
• Keep in mind that the front of the vehicle may
swing out towards oncoming traffic while the
fine adjustments automatically. PA functions.

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CAUTION – When sudden start, sudden stop or sud- – Parking spaces with objects that absorb
den operation of the shift lever occurs. ultrasonic waves such as fabric and snow.
Do not use the PA under the following condi-
tions. – When the tyre pressure is too low or the – During snowfall or heavy rain.
tyre is worn out.
• On unpaved roads. – Near objects that emits ultrasonic waves
– When tyres are installed that are of a dif- such as horns of other vehicle, noise from
• On slippery roads such as snow-covered or
ferent size from the ones that were a motorcycle engine and large automobile
frozen roads.
equipped at the time of factory shipment. air brake, or sensors of surrounding ve-
• On uneven roads with slants, bumps, kerb-
• When using the parallel parking mode, it is
hicles.
stones, wheel tracks, etc.
not always possible for the system to find an – When the conditions surrounding the park-
• On curved roads. appropriate parking space and may indicate ing space change (i.e., another vehicle en-
parking spaces that are not suitable for park- ters the target parking space after you
• At mechanical parking facilities.
ing. Following are example conditions for pass it).
• Where parking or stopping is prohibited. which the system may not find a parking space Operating tips:
correctly.
• When tyre chains or a spare tyre are installed.
• The parking sensor will automatically turn on
– Parking spaces with objects located above
• When the vehicle is being towed.
the height range of parking sensors (i.e.,
when the PA is activated. When the PA opera-
tion ends, the status of the parking sensor will
• When the doors (including the back door) are overhanging loads, tail sections or loading return to the mode that it was in before the PA
not closed. ramps of goods vehicles). was activated.
• When transporting a load that protrudes from – Parking spaces that are partially occupied
• Depending on the situation, the shift lever opera-
your vehicle. by trailer drawbars. tions may be required several times.
• When the vehicle is laden with heavy loads. – Parking spaces that are littered or over- Malfunction:
grown.
NOTE A warning message will be displayed and the sys-
– Parking spaces where a kerb exists (caus- tem will terminate operation when a malfunction is
• Under the conditions listed below, there may
ing damage of the wheels and tyres). detected in the PA.
be instances in which surrounding objects or
vehicles cut into the vehicle pathway, or when – Parking spaces that are blocked by foli- When the warning message is displayed during the
the vehicle cannot be parked in the correct age, grass, paving, blocks, etc. PA operation, park the vehicle in a safe place and
spot following the PA operation, etc. restart the engine.
– Parking spaces bordered by an obstacle
– When the shift lever is operated while driv- (i.e., a tree, a post or a trailer).
ing.

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If the warning message is shown on the display HOW TO ADJUST THE SCREEN
repeatedly or if the PA cannot be operated after
restarting the engine, this may indicate a system Adjusting screen
malfunction. It should not hinder normal driving, but Operation with touch screen:
the vehicle should be inspected by a NISSAN dealer
1. Push the SETUP button.
or qualified workshop.
2. Select the [System] key.
Maintenance
3. Select the [Camera Settings] key.
Refer to “Camera maintenance” earlier in this sec-
tion for maintenance of the camera lens. 4. Select the item you wish to adjust.
Blockages like dirt, ice, and objects such as stick- • Display Mode:
ers and accessories installed within the detection Adjusts to fit the level of lighting in the vehicle.
range of the parking sensor may cause incorrect Touch the [Display Mode] key to cycle through
function of the PA. Clean the sensors regularly with options of the mode (Day, Night and Auto).
care, and do not scratch or damage them.
• Brightness:
Adjusts the brightness of the display.
• Contrast:
Adjusts the level of contrast.
• Colour:
Adjusts the level of the colour.
JVH0916X

Parking sensors are located on the bumpers: 6 on


the front bumper and 4 on the rear bumper.

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VENTS

Operation with buttons: after the CAMERA button has been pushed while CENTRE VENTS
the shift lever is in a position other than the R
(Reverse) position.
• The display of images on the screen may be
delayed after screens are switched. Objects in
the Around View Monitor may be distorted mo-
mentarily until the Around View Monitor screen
is displayed completely.
• When the temperature is extremely high or low,
the screen may not display objects clearly. This
JVH0649XZ
is not a malfunction. JVH0662XZ

To adjust the screen brightness when the Around


• When strong light directly shines on the camera,
objects may not be displayed clearly. This is not Open/close the vents by moving the control to ei-
View Monitor is displayed, push the display control/ a malfunction. ther direction.
display on/off button j1.
: This symbol indicates that the vents are
Adjust brightness to the preferred setting using the
• The screen may flicker under fluorescent light.
open. Moving the side control to this di-
This is not a malfunction.
ENTER/Scroll dial j 2. rection will open the vents.
OPERATING TIPS
• The colours of objects on the Around View Moni- : This symbol indicates that the vents are
tor may differ somewhat from those of the actual closed. Moving the side control to this di-
CAUTION object. rection will close the vents.
• Do not use alcohol, benzine or thinner to clean • Objects on the monitor may not be clear and the Adjust the air flow direction of the vents by moving
the camera. This will cause discoloration. To colour of the object may differ in a dark location the centre knob (up/down, left/right) until the de-
clean the camera, wipe with a cloth damp- or at night. This is not a malfunction. sired position is achieved.
ened with a diluted mild cleaning agent and
then wipe with a dry cloth.
• There may be differences in clearness between
each camera view of the bird’s eye view.
• Do not damage the camera as the monitor
• If dirt, rain or snow attaches to the camera, the
screen may be adversely affected. Around View Monitor may not display objects
• The screen displayed on the Around View Moni- clearly. Clean the camera.
tor will automatically return to the previous screen
when no operation takes place for 3 minutes
• Do not use wax on the camera window. Wipe off
any wax with a clean cloth that has been damp-
ened with a mild detergent diluted with water.

Display screen, heater and air conditioner, and audio system 4-23
HEATER AND AIR CONDITIONER

SIDE VENTS REAR VENTS (where fitted) WARNING


• The heater and air conditioner operate only
when the engine is running.
• Never leave children or adults who would nor-
mally require the support of others alone in
the vehicle. Pets should not be left alone ei-
ther. They could unknowingly activate
switches or controls and inadvertently
become involved in a serious accident and
JVH0663XZ JVH0879XZ injure themselves. On hot, sunny days, tem-
peratures in a closed vehicle could quickly
become high enough to cause severe or pos-
Open/close the vents by moving the control to ei- Open/close the vents by moving the control to ei- sibly fatal injuries to people or animals.
ther direction. ther direction.
: This symbol indicates that the vents are : This symbol indicates that the vents are • Do not use the recirculation mode for long
open. Moving the side control to this di- open. Moving the side control to this di- periods as it may cause the interior air to be-
rection will open the vents. rection will open the vents. come stale and the windows to fog up.
: This symbol indicates that the vents are : This symbol indicates that the vents are • Do not adjust the heating and air conditioning
closed. Moving the side control to this di- closed. Moving the side control to this di- controls while driving so that full attention may
rection will close the vents. rection will close the vents. be given to vehicle operation.
Adjust the air flow direction of the vents by moving Adjust the air flow direction of the vents by moving The heater and air conditioner operate when the
the centre knob (up/down, left/right) until the de- the centre knob (up/down, left/right) until the de- engine is running. The air blower will operate even if
sired position is achieved. sired position is achieved. the engine is turned off and the ignition switch is
placed in the ON position.
NOTE
• Condensation forms inside the air condition-
ing unit when the air conditioner (where fit-
ted) is running, and is safely discharged un-
derneath your vehicle.
Traces of water on the ground are therefore
normal.

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• Odours from inside and outside the vehicle OPERATING TIPS (for automatic air The sensors j 1 and j 2 , located on the instrument
can build up in the air conditioner unit. Odour conditioner) panel, help maintain a constant temperature. Do not
can enter the passenger compartment put anything on or around the sensors.
through the vents.
• When parking, set the heater and air condi-
tioner controls to turn off air recirculation to
allow fresh air into the passenger compart-
ment. This should help reduce odours inside
the vehicle.
For models with Stop/Start System:
While the engine is stopped by the Stop/Start Sys-
JVH0727XZ
tem, switching the airflow to the front defogger will
cause the engine to automatically restart.
While the engine is running, selecting airflow to the
front defogger will prevent the Stop/Start System
from automatically stopping the engine.
When the engine is stopped by the Stop/Start Sys-
tem, heater and air conditioner performance may be
reduced. To keep full heater and air conditioner per-
formance, restart the engine by pushing the Stop/
Start System OFF switch, or by placing the ignition
switch in the ON position. For more details see
“Stop/Start OFF switch” in the “5. Starting and JVH0728XZ

driving” section.
When the engine coolant temperature and outside
air temperature are low, the air flow from the foot
outlets may not operate. However, this is not a mal-
function. After the coolant temperature warms up,
the air flow from the foot outlets will operate nor-
mally.

Display screen, heater and air conditioner, and audio system 4-25
Air flow control:
Push the air flow control buttons to select the air
flow outlets. More than one air flow control button
can be selected at a time.
Air flows mainly from centre and side
m — vents.
Air flows mainly from the foot outlet.
m —
Air flows mainly from the front
JVH0827XZ
m — defogger.
MAX defogging/defrosting:
MANUAL AIR CONDITIONER AND Controls
HEATER Push the front defogger MAX button to turn on
Turning system on/off: the MAX defogging/defrosting mode and quickly
1. Fan speed control dial To turn on the system, turn the fan speed control defog/defrost the windscreen. When this mode is
2. Front defogger MAX button dial out of the OFF position. Turn the dial turned on, the A/C indicator light will turn on and the
anticlockwise to the OFF position to turn off the sys- air circulation will be fixed at the outside air circula-
3. A/C button tem. tion mode. The indicator light will also turn on.
4. Air recirculation button For the best performance, turn the temperature con-
Fan speed control:
trol dial to the maximum hot position and set the fan
5. Rear window defogger button (See Turn the fan speed control dial clockwise to speed at its maximum.
“Defogger switch” in the “2. Instruments and increase the fan speed.
controls” section.) Outside air circulation:
Turn the fan speed control dial anticlockwise
Push the air recirculation button. (The indica-
6. Temperature control dial to decrease the fan speed.
tor light will turn off.) The air flow is drawn from out-
7. Air flow control buttons Temperature control: side the vehicle.
For models with Stop/Start System: Turn the temperature control dial to set the desired Select the outside air circulation mode for normal
temperature. Turn the dial between the middle and heating or air conditioning operation.
The Stop/Start System will not activate when the the right position to select the hot temperature. Turn
front defogger is turned on. the dial between the middle and the left position to Air recirculation:
select the cool temperature. Push the air recirculation button. (The indica-
tor light will illuminate.)
The air will recirculate inside the vehicle.

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A/C (Air Conditioner) operation: 4. Turn the temperature control dial to the desired 4. Push the A/C button. (The indicator light will turn
Push the A/C button to turn on or off the air condi- position between the middle and the hot (right) on.)
tioner. When the air conditioner is on, the A/C indi- position.
5. Turn the temperature control dial to the desired
cator light on the button illuminates. Heating and defogging: position between the middle and the cool (left)
This mode heats the interior and defogs the win- position.
Heater operation
dows. A visible mist may be seen coming from the vents in
Heating:
1. Push the air recirculation button. (The indi- hot, humid conditions as the air is cooled rapidly.
This mode is used to direct heated air from the foot This does not indicate a malfunction.
cator light will turn off.)
outlets.
2. Push the and buttons. (The indicator Dehumidified heating:
1. Push the air recirculation button for normal
lights will turn on.) This mode is used to heat and dehumidify the air.
heating. (The indicator light will turn off.)
3. Turn the fan speed control dial to the de- 1. Push the air recirculation button. (The indi-
2. Push the button. (The indicator light will
sired position. cator light will turn off.)
turn on.)
4. Turn the temperature control dial to the desired 2. Push the button. (The indicator light will
3. Turn the fan speed control dial to the de-
position between the middle and the hot (right) turn on.)
sired position.
position.
3. Turn the fan speed control dial to the de-
4. Turn the temperature control dial to the desired
position between the middle and the hot (right) Air conditioner operation sired position.
position. The air conditioner system should be operated for 4. Push the A/C button. (The indicator light will turn
Ventilation: approximately 10 minutes at least once a month. on.)
This helps prevent damage to the air conditioner 5. Turn the temperature control dial to the desired
This mode directs outside air from the side and system due to the lack of lubrication.
centre vents. position between the middle and the hot (right)
Cooling: position.
1. Push the air recirculation button. (The indi-
cator light will turn off.) This mode is used to cool and dehumidify the air.

2. Push the button. (The indicator light will 1. Push the air recirculation button. (The indi-
turn on.) cator light will turn off.)

3. Turn the fan speed control dial to the de- 2. Push the button. (The indicator light will
sired position. turn on.)
3. Turn the fan speed control dial to the de-
sired position.

Display screen, heater and air conditioner, and audio system 4-27
cator light will turn on) allows the user to inde-
pendently change the driver and passenger
side temperatures with the corresponding
temperature control dial.
• To cancel the separate temperature setting,
push the <DUAL> button (the indicator light
will turn off) and the driver’s side temperature
setting will be applied to both the driver and
passenger sides.
JVH0828XZ A visible mist may be seen coming from the vents in
hot, humid conditions as the air is cooled rapidly.
AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONER AND For models with Stop/Start System: This does not indicate a malfunction.
HEATER The Stop/Start System will not activate when the MAX defrosting/defogging:
1. A/C (Air Conditioner) button front defogger is turned on. Push the front defogger MAX button to turn on
the MAX defogging/defrosting mode and quickly
2. Front defogger MAX button Turning the system on/off
defog/defrost the windscreen. When this mode is
3. Air recirculation button Push the <ON–OFF> button to turn on and off the turned on, the fan will be at its maximum speed, the
system. A/C indicator light will turn on, and the air circulation
4. Fan speed control button will be fixed at the outside air circulation mode.
Automatic operation (AUTO)
5. ON–OFF button Do not set the temperature too low when the front
The AUTO mode may be used year-round as the
6. Rear defogger button (See “Defogger defogger mode is on (the MAX indicator light
system automatically controls the air conditioner to
switch” in the “2. Instruments and controls” is illuminated), because doing so may fog up the
a constant temperature, air flow distribution and fan
section.) windscreen.
speed after the desired temperature is set manually.
7. <AUTO> button/Temperature control dial (for Cooling and dehumidified heating: Manual operation
left side seat)
1. Push the <AUTO> button (the indicator light will The manual mode can be used to control the heater
8. Air flow control buttons turn on). and air conditioner to your desired settings.
9. <DUAL> button/Temperature control dial (for 2. Turn the temperature control dial to set the de- Fan speed control:
right side seat) sired temperature. Push the fan speed control button ( side or
side) to manually control the fan speed.
• When the DUAL indicator light is not illumi-
nated, pushing the <DUAL> button (the indi-

4-28 Display screen, heater and air conditioner, and audio system
Air flow control: Select the outside air circulation mode for normal “Air conditioner system refrigerant and lubricant” in
Push one of the air flow control buttons to select or heating or air conditioning operation. the “9. Technical information” section.)
deselect the air flow outlets. More than one air flow Air recirculation: A NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop will be able
control button can be selected at a time. Push the air recirculation to service your environmentally friendly air condi-
button to circulate
— Air flows mainly from the centre and side the air flow inside the vehicle. (The indicator light will tioner system.
vents. turn on.) Air conditioner filter
— Air flows mainly from the foot outlet and
NOTE The air conditioner system is equipped with an air
partly from the defogger.
Even if the system is manually set to the air recir- conditioner filter. To make sure the air conditioner
— Air flows mainly from the front defogger
culation mode, when outside temperature and heats, defogs, and ventilates efficiently, replace the
outlets.
coolant temperature are both low, the system filter according the specified maintenance intervals
Temperature control: may automatically switch to the outside air circu- listed in a separate maintenance booklet. To replace
Turn the temperature control dial to set the desired lation mode. the filter, contact a NISSAN dealer or qualified work-
temperature. shop.
SERVICING AIR CONDITIONER
• When the DUAL indicator light is not illuminated, The filter should be replaced if the air flow decreases
pushing the <DUAL> button (the indicator light significantly or if windows fog up easily when oper-
WARNING ating the heater or air conditioner.
will turn on) allows the user to independently
change the driver and passenger side tempera- The air conditioner system contains refrigerant
tures with the corresponding temperature con- under high pressure. To avoid personal injury,
trol dial. any air conditioner service should be done only
by an experienced technician with the proper
• To cancel the separate temperature setting, push equipment.
the <DUAL> button (the indicator light will turn
off) and the driver’s side temperature setting will The air conditioner system in your vehicle is charged
be applied to both the driver and passenger with a refrigerant designed with the environment in
sides. mind.
Outside air circulation: This refrigerant will not harm the earth’s ozone
layer. However, it may contribute in a small part to
To turn on the outside air circulation mode, push the
global warming.
air recirculation button. (The indicator light will
turn off.) The air flow is drawn from outside the Special charging equipment and lubricant are re-
vehicle. quired when servicing your vehicle’s air conditioner.
Using improper refrigerants or lubricants will cause
severe damage to the air conditioner system. (See

Display screen, heater and air conditioner, and audio system 4-29
HEATED WINDSCREEN BUTTON AUDIO SYSTEM (where fitted)
(where fitted)

THERMACLEAR HEATED If damage occurs to the windscreen have the AUDIO OPERATION PRECAUTIONS
WINDSCREEN (where fitted) ThermaClear system checked by a NISSAN
dealer or qualified workshop. WARNING
• Rear window defogger and ThermaClear Do not adjust the audio system while driving so
Heated Windscreen performance may be re- that full attention may be given to vehicle opera-
duced or deactivated to preserve the battery. tion.
• NISSAN recommends using the ThermaClear
Radio
system to support defogging of the
windscreen. For more information, see • Radio reception is affected by station signal
“Heater and air conditioner” in the “4. Display strength, distance from radio transmitter, build-
screen, heater and air conditioner, and audio ings, bridges, mountains and other external influ-
NIC2550 system” section. ences. Intermittent changes in reception quality
Models with ThermaClear Heated Windscreen (where fitted) normally are caused by these external influences.
• During use of the ThermaClear system the
A ThermaClear Heated Windscreen On/Off
j Stop/Start System is unavailable. • Using a mobile phone in or near the vehicle may
influence radio reception quality.
To defog/defrost the windscreen glass, start the
engine and push the ThermaClear button j A . The • Some mobile phones or other devices may cause
indicator light will come on. Push the button again to interference or a buzzing noise to come from the
turn the ThermaClear system off. audio system speakers. Storing the device in a
different location may reduce or eliminate the
The ThermaClear system will turn off automatically noise.
after approximately 4 minutes — if the windscreen
clears before this time, push the button again to turn Compact Disc (CD) player
the ThermaClear system off. • During cold weather or rainy days, the player
NOTE may malfunction due to the humidity. If this oc-
curs, remove the CD from CD player and dehu-
• Before activating the ThermaClear system midify or ventilate the player completely.
make sure to remove excess snow/ice from
the windscreen • The player may skip while driving on rough roads.

• Electrical conductors embedded in the wind- • The CD player sometimes may not function when
screen provide the heating of the windscreen. the passenger compartment temperature is ex-
tremely high. Lower the temperature before use.
• Do not expose the CD to direct sunlight.

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• CDs that are of poor quality, or are dirty, • This audio system can only play prerecorded
scratched, covered with fingerprints, or that have CDs. It has no capabilities to record or burn
pin holes may not work properly. CDs.
• The following CDs may not work properly. USB (Universal Serial Bus) connection
– Copy control compact discs (CCCD) port
– Recordable compact discs (CD-R)
WARNING
– Rewritable compact discs (CD-RW)
Do not connect, disconnect or operate the USB
• This audio system can only play prerecorded device while driving. Doing so can be a distrac-
CDs. It has no capabilities to record or burn tion. If distracted you could lose control of your
CDs. vehicle and cause an accident or serious injury.
CAUTION
• Do not force the USB device into the USB
port. Inserting the USB device tilted or up-
side-down into the port may damage the port.
Make sure that the USB device is connected
correctly into the USB port (Some USB de-
vices come with a mark as a guide. Make
sure that the mark is facing the correct direc-
tion before inserting the device.).

SAA0480 • Do not grab the USB port cover (where fitted)


when pulling the USB device out of the port.
This could damage the port and the cover.
• Do not use the following CDs as they may cause
the CD player to malfunction. • Do not leave the USB cable in a place where
it can be pulled unintentionally. Pulling the
– 8 cm (3.1 in) discs cable may damage the port.
– CDs that are not round The vehicle is not equipped with a USB device.
– CDs with a paper label USB devices should be purchased separately as
necessary.
– CDs that are warped, scratched or have un-
usual edges.

Display screen, heater and air conditioner, and audio system 4-31
This system cannot be used to format USB devices. • An iPod nano (2nd Generation) will continue to • The playback of Bluetooth® audio will be paused
To format a USB device, use a personal computer. fast-forward or rewind if it is disconnected dur- under the following conditions. The playback will
ing a seek operation. be resumed after the following conditions are
In some areas, the USB device for the front seats
completed.
plays only sound without images for regulatory rea- • An incorrect song title may appear when the Play
sons, even when the vehicle is parked. Mode is changed while using an iPod nano (2nd – while using a hands-free phone
Generation)
This system supports various USB connection port – while checking a connection with a mobile
devices, USB hard drives and iPod players. Some • Audiobooks may not play in the same order as phone
USB devices may not be supported by this system. they appear on an iPod.
• The in-vehicle antenna for Bluetooth® communi-
• Partitioned USB devices may not play correctly. • Large video files cause slow responses in an cation is built in the system. Do not place the
iPod. The vehicle centre display may momen- Bluetooth® audio device in an area surrounded
• Some characters used in other languages (Chi-
tarily black out, but will soon recover. by metal, far away from the system or in a narrow
nese, Japanese, etc.) may not appear properly in
space where the device closely contacts the
the display. Using English language characters • If an iPod automatically selects large video files
body or the seat. Otherwise, sound degradation
with a USB device is recommended. while in the shuffle mode, the vehicle centre dis-
or connection interference may occur.
play may momentarily black out, but will soon
General notes for USB use:
recover. • While a Bluetooth® audio device is connected
Refer to your device manufacturer’s owner informa- through the Bluetooth® wireless connection, the
tion regarding the proper use and care of the de- Bluetooth® Audio player (where fitted) battery power of the device may discharge
vice. • Some Bluetooth® audio devices may not be quicker than usual.
used with this system. For detailed information
Notes for iPod use:
about Bluetooth® audio devices that are avail-
• This system is compatible with the Bluetooth®
iPod is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the AV profile (A2DP and AVRCP).
able for use with this system, contact a NISSAN
U.S. and other countries. dealer or qualified workshop. Bluetooth® is a trademark
owned by Bluetooth SIG,
• Improperly plugging in the iPod may cause a • Before using a Bluetooth® audio system, the ini- m Inc. and licensed to Visteon
checkmark to be displayed on and off (flicker- tial registration process for the audio device is Corporation and Robert
ing). Always make sure that the iPod is con- necessary. Bosch GmbH.
nected properly.
• Operation of the Bluetooth® audio system may
• An iPod nano (1st Generation) may remain in vary depending on the audio device that is con-
fast forward or rewind mode if it is connected nected. Confirm the operation procedure before
during a seek operation. In this case, please use.
manually reset the iPod.

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Compact Disc (CD)/USB device with • Multisession — Multisession is one of the meth- Playback order:
MP3/WMA ods for writing data to media. Writing data once
to the media is called a single session, and writ-
Terms: ing more than once is called a multisession.
• MP3 — MP3 is short for Moving Pictures Ex-
• ID3/WMA Tag — The ID3/WMA tag is the part
perts Group Audio Layer 3. MP3 is the most well of the encoded MP3 or WMA file that contains
known compressed digital audio file format. This information about the digital music file such as
format allows for near “CD quality” sound, but at song title, artist, album title, encoding bit rate,
a fraction of the size of normal audio files. MP3 track time duration, etc. ID3 tag information is
conversion of an audio track from CD can re- displayed on the Album/Artist/Track title line on
duce the file size by approximately 10:1 ratio the display.
(Sampling: 44.1 kHz, Bit rate: 128 kbps) with
virtually no perceptible loss in quality. MP3 com- * Windows® and Windows Media® are registered
pression removes the redundant and irrelevant trademarks and/or trademarks of Microsoft Corpo-
parts of a sound signal that the human ear ration in the United States of America and/or other
doesn’t hear. countries.

• WMA — Windows Media Audio (WMA) is a


compressed audio format created by Microsoft
as an alternative to MP3. The WMA codec offers
greater file compression than the MP3 codec,
enabling storage of more digital audio tracks in
the same amount of space when compared to
MP3s at the same level of quality.
• Bit rate — Bit rate denotes the number of bits NAA984
per second used by a digital music files. The size
and quality of a compressed digital audio file is
A Root folder
j
determined by the bit rate used when encoding
the file. B Folder
j
• Sampling frequency — Sampling frequency is C Audio file
j
the rate at which the samples of a signal are con- Music playback order of the CD with MP3/WMA is
verted from analog to digital (A/D conversion) as illustrated above.
per second.

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• The folder names of folders not containing MP3/
WMA files are not shown in the display.
• If there is a file in the top level of the disc, [Root
Folder] is displayed.
• The playback order is the order in which the files
were written by the writing software, so the files
might not play in the desired order.

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Specification chart (for CD player/Radio Type A):

Supported media CD, CD-R, CD-RW, USB2.0


ISO9660 LEVEL1, ISO9660 LEVEL2, Romeo, Joliet
* ISO9660 Level 3 (packet writing) is not supported.
Supported file systems
* Files saved using the Live File System Component (on a Windows Vista-based
computer) are not supported.
Version MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG2.5
MP3 Sampling frequency 8 kHz - 48 kHz
Bit rate 32 kbps - 320 kbps, VBR*4
Supported versions*1
Version WMA7, WMA8, WMA9 (except WMA9 Pro, WMA9 Lossless, WMA9 Voice)
WMA*3 Sampling frequency 32 kHz - 48 kHz
Bit rate 32 kbps - 192 kbps, VBR*4
ID3 tag VER1.0, VER1.1, VER2.2, VER2.3, VER2.4 (MP3 only)
Tag information (Song title and Artist name)
WMA tag (WMA only)
Folder levels Folder levels: 8, Folders:255 (including root folder), files: 512
01: ASCII, 02: ISO-8859-1, 03: UNICODE (UTF-16 BOM Big Endian), 04:
Displayable character codes*2 UNICODE (UTF-16 Non-BOM Big Endian), 05: UNICODE (UTF-8), 06:
UNICODE (Non-UTF-16 BOM Little Endian)
*1 Files created with a combination of 48 kHz sampling frequency and 64 kbps bit rate cannot be played.
*2 Available codes depend on what kind of media, versions and information are going to be displayed.
*3 Protected WMA files (DRM) cannot be played.
*4 When VBR files are played, the playback time may not be displayed correctly. WMA7 and WMA8 are not applied to VBR.

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Specification chart (for CD player/Radio Type B):

Supported media CD, CD-R, CD-RW, USB2.0


ISO9660 LEVEL 1, ISO9660 LEVEL2, Apple ISO, Romeo, Joliet
Supported file systems
*ISO9660 LEVEL 3 (packet writing) is not supported.
Version MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG2.5
MP3 Sampling frequency 8 kHz - 48 kHz
Supported Bit rate 8 kbps - 320 kbps, VBR
versions*1 Version WMA7, WMA8, WMA9
WMA*2 Sampling frequency 32 kHz - 48 kHz
Bit rate 48 kbps - 192 kbps, VBR
Tag information ID3 tag VER1.0, VER1.1, VER2.2, VER2.3 (MP3 only)
Folder levels Folder levels: 8, Max folders: 255 (including root folder), Files: 512 (Max. 255 files for one folder)
01: ASCII, 02: ISO-8859-1, 03: UNICODE (UTF-16 BOM Big Endian), 04: UNICODE (UTF-16 Non-
Displayable character codes*2
BOM Big Endian), 05: UNICODE (UTF-8), 06: UNICODE (Non-UTF-16 BOM Little Endian)
*1 Files created with a combination of 48 kHz sampling frequency and 64 kbps bit rate cannot be played.
*2 Available codes depend on what kind of media, versions and information are going to be displayed.

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Troubleshooting guide:

Symptom Cause and Countermeasure


Check if the disc was inserted correctly.
Check if the disc is scratched or dirty.
Check if there is condensation inside the player, and if there is, wait until the condensation is gone (about 1 hour) before
using the player.
If there is a temperature increase error, the CD player will play correctly after it returns to the normal temperature.
If there is a mixture of music CD files (CD-DA data) and MP3/WMA files on a CD, only the music CD files (CD-DA data)
Cannot play will be played.
Files with extensions other than “.MP3”, “.WMA”, “.mp3” or “.wma” cannot be played. In addition, the character codes
and number of characters for folder names and file names should be in compliance with the specifications.
Check if the disc or the file is generated in an irregular format. This may occur depending on the variation or the setting of
MP3/WMA writing applications or other text editing applications.
Check if the finalisation process, such as session close and disc close, is done for the disc.
Check if the disc is protected by copyright.
Poor sound quality Check if the disc is scratched or dirty or if the bit rate may be too low.
It takes a relatively long time If there are many folder or file levels on the MP3/WMA disc or if it is a multisession disc, some time may be required
before the music starts playing. before the music starts playing.
The writing software and hardware combination might not match, or the writing speed, writing depth, writing width, etc.,
Music cuts off or skips
might not match the specifications. Try using the slowest writing speed.
Skipping with high bit rate files Skipping may occur with large quantities of data, such as for high bit rate data.
Move immediately to the next song When a non-MP3/WMA file has been given an extension of “.MP3”, “.WMA”, “.mp3” or “.wma”, or when play is
when playing. prohibited by copyright protection, the player will skip to the next song.
The songs do not play back in the The playback order is the order in which the files were written by the writing software, so the files might not play in the
desired order. desired order.

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ANTENNA CAUTION
To avoid damaging or deforming the antenna, be
sure to remove the antenna under the following
conditions.
• The vehicle enters an automatic car wash.
• The vehicle enters a garage with a low ceiling.
• The vehicle is covered with a car cover.

JVH0666X

The antenna can be removed if necessary.


Hold the bottom of the antenna and remove by turn-
ing anticlockwise.
To install the antenna, turn the antenna clockwise
and tighten.

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11. Phone button
12. Power/VOL (Volume) dial
13. RPT (repeat) button
14. MIX button
15. Station memory buttons
16. A-Z button
17. MENU/ENTER dial
Anti-theft system (where fitted)
Use of a 4-digit radio PIN (Personal Identification
Number) code, known only to the vehicle owner,
effectively reduces the possibility of the audio unit
being stolen. Without the PIN code the audio unit
cannot be activated.
If force is used to try and remove the audio unit, the
Anti-theft system activates and the audio unit is
locked. The only way to unlock the audio unit is to
enter the radio code number shown on an identifica-
tion card supplied with the vehicle documentation.

JVH0830X NOTE
• The 4 digit radio code is shown on a card that
FM-AM RADIO WITH COMPACT 5. Seek/track (rewind) button you received with your vehicle documenta-
tion.
DISC (CD) PLAYER (Type A) 6. Seek/track (fast forward) button
1. DISP (Display) button 7. SETUP button
• Contact a NISSAN dealer or qualified work-
shop if you do lose the 4 digit radio code of
2. RADIO button 8. Back button the audio unit.
3. Day/Night button 9. CD eject button
4. TA button 10. MEDIA button

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Unlocking the unit: For example, if the radio code is 5169: for the Power/VOL dial:
If the battery supply to the vehicle is interrupted, the first digit, “5”, push the preset j
1 five times.
audio unit will lock. Power ON/OFF:
4. The second, third, and fourth digits of the radio
When the power is restored and the unit switched code must be entered in the same way, only now To turn on the audio system, push the
on, the display will show [Radio Code] and it will be using preset j
2,j 3 , and j4. Power/<VOL> dial.
unlocked when the codes have been entered cor- 2 once, j
For example, push j 3 six times, and The system will turn on in the mode, which was
rectly. 4 nine times.
j used immediately before the system was turned off.
Unlocking procedure: 5. Push the <MENU/ENTER> dial j 5 to confirm To turn off the audio system, push the
Read this section very carefully. It is important that the code. If you entered the code correctly the Power/<VOL> dial.
the instructions are followed precisely. unit will switch on.
Volume control:
To unlock the audio unit, proceed as follows: 6. If the code is entered incorrectly a notification
To control the volume, turn the Power/<VOL> dial.
message [Incorrect Pin], [Please re-enter Pin]
and the number of attempts left [Remaining Tries: Turn the Power/<VOL> dial clockwise to make the
xx] will be shown. sound louder.
After reading the message, push the <MENU/ Turn the Power/<VOL> dial anticlockwise to make
ENTER> dial j 5 to return to the entry screen and the sound quieter.
enter the correct radio code. SETUP button:
• If the wrong code is entered after the third at-
To configure Audio, Clock, Radio, or Language set-
tempt, the audio unit will lock for 60 minutes. The
display will show a count down timer from 60 to tings, perform the following procedure:
JVH0832XZ 0 (minutes). After 60 minutes enter the correct 1. Push the <SETUP> button.
radio code.
2. Turn the <MENU/ENTER> dial to select the set-
1. Place the ignition switch in the ACC or ON posi- • If the wrong code is entered after eight sets of ting item from the following:
tion. three entries, the audio unit will lock permanently.
Contact a NISSAN dealer or qualified workshop Audio ⇔ Clock ⇔ Radio ⇔ Language
2. [Radio Code] is displayed along with four nu-
for further details. 3. Push the <MENU/ENTER> dial.
merical zero digits.
3. Push preset j 1 the number of times correspond- Audio main operation After the desired levels have been set, push the
ing with the first digit of the radio code. The audio system operates when the ignition switch Back button repeatedly or push the <SETUP> but-
is placed in the ON or ACC position. ton.

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Audio adjustments: • Speed Vol. (Volume) menu push the <MENU/ENTER> dial. The minute dis-
play will start flashing. Turn the <MENU/ENTER>
Turn the <MENU/ENTER> dial to select Audio, and This mode controls the volume output from the
dial to adjust the minute and push the <MENU/
push the <MENU/ENTER> dial. speakers automatically in relation to vehicle
ENTER> dial to finish the clock adjustment.
speed.
Turn the <MENU/ENTER> dial to select the pre-
ferred audio setting item and the push the <MENU/ Adjusting the setting to 0 (zero) turns off the • ON/OFF
ENTER> dial. speed volume feature. The clock display can be turned on and off. When
[ON] is selected, the clock will be displayed.
Turn the <MENU/ENTER> dial clockwise or anti- • Bass Boost menu
(The clock will keep being displayed even after
clockwise to adjust the following items and push the
Turn on or off the Bass Boost feature which the power of the audio unit is turned off). When
<MENU/ENTER> dial to confirm.
emphasizes the lower audio frequencies. [OFF] is selected, the clock will not be displayed.
The items that can be set for Audio are shown be-
low: • Audio Default menu • Format
The audio unit has a saved preset settings as a Switch the clock display between 24-hour mode
• Sound menu
factory default. Select [Yes] to change all set- and 12-hour clock mode.
Bass: tings back to the factory preset settings. Select
Radio setting:
[No] to exit the menu keeping the current set-
Use this control to enhance or attenuate bass
tings. Turn the <MENU/ENTER> dial to select Radio and
response sound.
push the <MENU/ENTER> dial.
Clock setting:
Treble:
Turn the <MENU/ENTER> dial to select the pre-
Turn the <MENU/ENTER> dial to select the Clock
Use this control to enhance or attenuate the ferred radio setting item and then push the <MENU/
and push the <MENU/ENTER> dial.
treble. ENTER> dial.
Turn the <MENU/ENTER> dial to select the pre-
Bal. (Balance): The items that can be set for Radio are shown be-
ferred clock setting item and then push the <MENU/
low:
Use this control to adjust the balance of the vol- ENTER> dial.
ume between the left and right speakers.
The items that can be set for Clock are shown be- • TA (where fitted)
Fade: low: Set the Traffic Information to on or off. When
turned on, Traffic Information will interrupt the
Use this control to adjust the balance of the vol- • Set Time
currently playing music and inform the driver of
ume between the front and the rear speakers.
Select [Set Time] then adjust the clock as fol- any traffic information when it is received.
• AUX In menu lows:
• Ref. FM List
Use this control to adjust the volume output from The hour display will start flashing. Turn the
the auxiliary source. The list of FM stations that can be received will
<MENU/ENTER> dial to adjust the hour and
be updated.

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Language setting: Radio operation To change the radio bands, push the <RADIO> but-
ton until the desired band appears.
Turn the <MENU/ENTER> dial to select Language Frequency range and step change:
and push the <MENU/ENTER> dial. FM 1 → FM 2 → AM → FM 1
To change the frequency range and step specifica-
Select the appropriate language and push the tion of the radio, perform the following operations. When the <RADIO> button is pushed for more than
<MENU/ENTER> dial. Upon completion, the screen 1.5 seconds, the six stations with the strongest sig-
1. Turn on the audio system.
will automatically adapt the language setting. nals are stored in the preset (1 to 6) buttons of the
2. Push the <RADIO> button and select AM or FM band. During the search, a notification message ap-
Day/Night button:
mode. pears on the display and the sound is muted until the
Push the Day/Night button to switch the display operation is complete. Once completed, the radio
3. Push and hold the <SETUP> button for more
brightness between the daytime and nighttime selects preset button.
than 3 seconds.
modes. Seek/track buttons:
4. After the 3 seconds, keep holding the <SETUP>
The switches on the audio unit will also illuminate in button and turn the <MENU/ENTER> dial anti-
Push or button briefly to manually change
the nighttime mode. clockwise until you hear 3 clicks, clockwise until
the frequency.
Phone button: you hear 3 clicks, and then anticlockwise until
you hear 3 clicks. To adjust the broadcasting station frequency auto-
For operation on how to use phone button, see matically, push and hold the or button.
5. Turn the <MENU/ENTER> dial until [Region] is
“Bluetooth® Hands-Free Phone System (Type A)” When the system detects a broadcasting station, it
highlighted, and push the <MENU/ENTER> dial.
later in this section.