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The Nissan company has been around since 1933 and during a brief time in 2014 was the largest auto-manufacturer in the world. This company has several sub-brands underneath it such as Infiniti, Datsun and its performance car wing Nismo. Further down, you can find copies of the official owner’s manuals for most of the modern cars produced by Nissan.


Browse by Nissan Model (22 in total)

370Z

Replacing the 350Z in 2009, the 370Z was Nissan's flagship 2-seater sports car before the 400Z took its place in 2021. You can find the car in 2 versions, the Coupe (hardtop) or Roadster (with retractable soft top)

400Z

On the Nissan 400Z owner's manuals page you can find all of the PDFs we store for that particular car.

Altima

The Altima was brought in during the early 1990s as the company's replacement for the Bluebird line. Since then the car has grown from a compact classification to a mid-size one and is available in a wide array of trims

Ariya

On the Nissan Ariya owner's manuals page you can find all of the PDFs we store for that particular car.

Armada

Built on the same platform as the Pathfinder and the Frontier, the Armada is classed as a full-size SUV. Inside of the car is a wide range of cutting-edge technology with buyers having many trims to choose from based on budget

Frontier/Navara

This Frontier model is known as the Navara in some regions outside of the USA. It began production in the mid-1980s and over the years has morphed from a very utilitarian vehicle into the stylish model it is today

Juke

2010 saw the introduction of the Juke, a subcompact crossover SUV built using the chassis taken from the Renault Clio. In North America, the Juke was replaced by the Kicks line but continued to sell elsewhere across the world

Kicks

2016 saw the introduction of the Kicks model from Nissan, a subcompact crossover SUV built on the same platform as the Micra and Versa Sedan. In North America and India, the Kicks replaced the Juke line

Leaf

The Nissan Leaf was the best-selling electric-powered car for many years before the Tesla Model 3 stole away the title in 2020. It's classed as a compact 5-door car in terms of size and continues to push the limits or what is possible in terms of battery-range

Maxima

The Maxima was one of the first models to be sold under the Nissan brand after the company moved away from being called Datsun. Modern versions of the car are built on the same platform as the Quest and Altima

Micra

Nissan launched the Micra in the early 1980s as the company's flagship supermini. Underneath the car is the same chassis as the Renault Clio. Buyers do have a wide choice of trims for the car based on budget and features

Murano

Built on the Altima platform, the Nissan Murano is classed as a mid-size crossover SUV. Sales of the car started in 2002 and in 2011 a convertible version called the CrossCabriolet was introduced for just 3 years

Pathfinder

Originally the Pathfinder was launched in the mid-1980s as a compact SUV before growing into a mid-size one. In 2012 the model lost its off-road equipment making it a mid-size crossover SUV with much better fuel economy

Pulsar

The Pulsar name has been used by Nissan for various different subcompact and compact cars all over the world since the 1970s. These manuals are for the modern C13 version that shares its chassis with the Note and Renault Clio

Qashqai

2006 saw the introduction of the Qashqai, a compact crossover SUV built on the same platform as the Rogue and Sentra. Nowadays the model is built using the chassis from the X-Trail and in the USA is called the Rogue Sport

Rogue (incl. Sport)

In 2007 the first Rogue models rolled off the production line, a compact crossover SUV with many cutting-edge technologies. Many other cars in the Nissan and Renault range use this as their platform including the Sentra

Sentra

Originally the Sentra was a rebadged Sunny for the export market, launched in 1982. It replaced the Sunny in 2006 and has grown from a subcompact to a compact car in the years since. The modern model shares its platform with the Rogue

Titan

Engineered for the North American market, the Titan is a full-size pickup truck that was first introduced in 2004. With each new generation the model's choice of custom options expands and now includes high-tech transmissions to aid fuel-economy

Versa Note

Outside of the USA, the Versa Note is simply known as the Note. It is classed as a supermini in most regions although in some it is classed as a mini-MPV. Sales of the car began in 2004 and the car is now in its third-generation of design

Versa Sedan

Built on the same platform as the Micra, Pulsar and Kicks model, the Versa Sedan is a subcompact car that went on sale in 2006. The hatchback version of the car is known in many territories as the Note

X-Trail

In 2000 Nissan launched the X-Trail, a compact crossover SUV built using the same chassis as the Primera and Sentra. Modern examples of the SUV share their underpinnings with the Qashqai and Renault Megane

Xterra

This Xterra is a compact SUV that ran from the rear 1999 all the way through to 2015 when it was discontinued due to falling sales. It was a rugged offroad capable SUV that offered value for money over a luxurious finish

About Nissan

At the end of the 20th century Nissan, Renault and Mitsubishi formed an alliance in order to compete with the larger manufacturers who were dominating the markets.

Over the decades the company has released many models with cutting-edge technology at a great value price.

The most popular models that most people will know the brand by including the Micra, the Juke and the GT-R.

Nissan is also known for making a range of pickup trucks and SUVs that are popular across the world. Nowadays you can find the Nissan Frontier pickup truck in many used or new car lots.

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