To view the recommended CRS for a specific vehicle seating position, first specify the desired model year, vehicle seating configuration, and type of CRS. Then, click on the seating position icon below. The listed CRS which then appear are recommended by Nissan for best installation and fit.
This guide is designed to help you select and properly install a child restraint system (CRS) compatible with your vehicle. To compile this list of recommended CRS, our safety engineers fitted numerous CRS in all appropriate modes of use including rear-facing, forward-facing, and booster. Always refer to the manufacturer's instructions provided with the CRS and your vehicle's Owner's Manual when installing. You may also find the accompanying General Installation Tips helpful.
When properly installed, the CRS noted below have proven to fit properly in the specified seating position. CRS with a weight limit of 40 pounds or less for a particular mode of use were evaluated using the LATCH (Lower Anchors and Tethers for CHildren) System only (where available). CRS with a weight limit greater than 40 pounds were evaluated using both the LATCH System (where available) and the vehicle's seat belt (not used simultaneously).
If you choose to use a CRS that is not shown on this list, it is strongly recommended that you get the CRS checked by a certified Child Passenger Safety Technician (CPST) to ensure its compatibility and that it is properly installed. Please visit www.safekids.org to find a child seat check event or technician near you.
CRS with a weight limit of 40 pounds or less for a particular mode of use were evaluated using the LATCH (Lower Anchors and Tethers for CHildren) System only (where available). CRS with a weight limit greater than 40 pounds were evaluated using the LATCH System (where available) and the vehicle's seat belt (not used simultaneously).
Car seat installation tips
When installing a Child Restraint System (CRS), always follow the instructions provided by the CRS manufacturer and your Nissan vehicle’s owner’s manual. You may also find the following tips helpful for installing your CRS.
Failure to properly install a Child Restraint System (CRS) can result in injury to your child. Though CRS instruction manuals act as a guide, when it comes to properly installing your child safety seat, there are a few common mistakes you'll want to avoid.
Even though Nissan checked hundreds of car seats for you, every individual manufacturer has more detailed information regarding their products. Reach out to a CRS manufacturer for more details about your safety seat and for their installation tips.